"Literacy is the bridge from misery to hope.”
— Kofi Annan
About 1000 students study in Telugu and English Medium in one high school, an upper primary school and six primary schools in Burgula. Prior to our involvement in Burgula, there were no toilets, and not enough classrooms, desks and chairs in the schools. Some children walked 2-3 kilometers daily to school. We have improved the infrastructure and quality of education. Our actions are inspired by Mandela who said “education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
Our key accomplishments include:
Please go to One Day in the Life of a Burgula School Kid to learn more about the impact our programs have had in the lives of Burgula's residents.
“Mass illiteracy is India’s sin and shame and must be liquidated,” said Mahatma Gandhi. We are confident that this generation of kids will be equipped with the most powerful tool called ‘literacy’ which will eventually change misery to hope for the villagers.