According to the 2011 census, about 69% of the population, or 800+ million Indians live in about 6 lakh (600,000) villages. Education in villages across India has been often neglected, due to which, the people living in these village do not receive high-quality education and work opportunities, and are trapped in a cycle of poverty and deprivation.
We would like to break this entrapment and spread the wings of knowledge across Indian villages we have worked with till date. With your help we look forward to growing this number significantly.
Kothapalem village is located in Gunthur district. It has 412 households, a population of approximately 1,671 residents, 1 government high school, 1 private school and 1 anganwadi center. Balram Odugu from the United States has adopted the entire high school in this village.
Nimmapally village is located in Siricilla has 166 kids. More info coming soon…
This is an area in Nizamabad with 120 kids who will be benefited by our foundation. More info coming soon…
Gopalnagar is not a village but the name of an area located in Siricilla. This is one of the most backward places in the region and EArtH foundation aims at helping all 134 kids and their families live a happy life. More info coming soon…
Nakshatranagar, located in Guntur district, is 18 kms from Repalle.
School strength is 121
Anganwadi 2 centers
Nallamadugula village is located in Prakasam district. It has 460 households, a population of approximately 1,570 residents, 1 government high school (strength of 51 and 2 teachers), 2 primary schools and 3 anganwadi centers. EArtH Foundation has adopted a primary school and anganwadi centers in a section of the village that has the most underprivileged inhabitants. Sushmita Jakkireddy from the United States has adopted the entire village.
Kakandi is a village situated in Maharashtra’s Nanded district. It consists of 350 households and has a population of 6,000. The village is equipped with two private high schools, one government school, and four Anganwadi centers. The government school offers education from grades 1 to 7 and has a total of 223 students. The school has five teachers and seven classrooms but lacks a playground.
Rahegaon is a small village situated in the Nanded district of Maharashtra. The population of the village stands at 1,000 individuals, making it a tight-knit and closely interconnected community. Rahegaon is equipped with a single government school and one Anganwadi center. The government school serves as the primary educational institution for the children in the village. The school has a dedicated team of four teachers who work diligently to provide quality education to the 111 students enrolled there. Despite having a limited number of teachers, they strive to ensure that each student receives proper attention and guidance.
The government school is comprised of four rooms, serving as classrooms for the students. These rooms act as the learning spaces where students gather to acquire knowledge and develop their skills. The teachers utilize these classrooms to conduct engaging and interactive lessons, catering to the diverse needs of the students.
Babulgaon, a charming village situated in Maharashtra’s Nanded district, is home to 250 households and a population of around 3,000 residents. The village takes great pride in its educational infrastructure, which includes a government school and three Anganwadi centers, catering to the educational needs of the local community.
The government school in Babulgaon is staffed with a dedicated team of eight teachers who work tirelessly to provide quality education to the 211 students enrolled in the school. With their expertise and commitment, these teachers ensure that every student receives proper attention and guidance to enhance their learning experience.
Enrollment up by 101% in initial EArtH adopted govt schools
(initial 8 villages)
Total kids in our adopted schools including pre-school is ~3200