Hi respected members.... I m azaharuddin khan from india... live in a small city..i am here to represent indian poor students for education .
Education doesn't have a one-size-fits-all solution.
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We are a charity for helping poor students in mu are to help getting better education..
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Going to school — and not dropping out — is absolutely essential to building a future free from poverty.
By helping kids finish secondary school, they are in a much better position to take advantage of opportunity and find employment in the future.
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A good education is a child’s best chance to escape poverty. When you fund a monthly Education Pass, you ensure that kids will receive help through one of Children International’s tutoring or computer skills classes.
A young woman proves she's no one's property, then sets out to buy her own
A disturbing memory haunts 27-year-old Shanaz when she compares herself to other young women in her community. She pictures her cousin, just 16 years old. One moment her face is aglow with love. Then the young woman's expression changes from hope to horror as flames shoot out from a kerosene stove. Shanaz hears her cousin's final gasps of air as she helplessly attempts to flee the claustrophobic home that had been locked from the outside.
"It was a dowry death," Shanaz explains. Her cousin's parents couldn't afford to provide the customary gift of money or property that is passed to the groom's family at the time of the wedding. "His family didn't accept her," she says, "and she was burned to death."
Stories like that — shocking to most — aren't unusual in India. A woman dies from a dowry-related death every hour, according to the country's National Crime Records Bureau. Those who aren't murdered or driven to suicide might be starved, beaten or locked inside the family's home.
"I've always observed in the community that girls would get married by the time they were 15, then have no say or control over their lives … have kids, get beaten by their husbands ..." Shanaz shares.
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