Child Welfare & Education Society
NGO at Bhopal
From The President's Desk
Over decades, the power of education in empowering and transforming communities has been an enduring insight. However, the Indian girl child, considered below her male counterparts, is deprived of this gift, furthering the false belief that girls are not worthy of literacy. The educated women of today will ensure that both their sons and daughters receive education, and other opportunities equally, preventing circumstances that lead to child exploitation. With the considerable amount of girl child illiteracy, quality education needs to be fought for. This is why girl child education is critical for India, and must become a mission that civil society, volunteers, and the common public must unite to fight for.
Smt. Kanchan Verma