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How Much Does It Cost To Sponsor A Girl?

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How Much Does It Cost To Sponsor A Girl?

When it comes to giving back to society, one of the best ways we can take up is to donate online and send a child back to school. When you gift donation, you not only helps bring up backward communities but can also help educate girl children in India. Send a girl child back to school. Donate online to end all violence against girl children in India. Gift donation through World Vision India. Because when you educate a girl, you empower the entire country.

 

We work with families and communities to eliminate negative attitudes and practises towards the girl child and work to strengthen their roles in improving the status of the girl child. Girl child education is encouraged through enrolments in school and tuition centres, provision of cycles, trainings on menstrual hygiene management and construction of toilets in schools.

 

Donate online and send girl children back to school. Gift donation to World Vision India and help us end all crimes against girl children in India.

 

Furthermore, when you donate online, Girl Power groups and Men care groups, community members are empowered to advocate for the rights of girls and women. They also act as watchdogs who are able to take action against trafficking, child marriage and other gender-based violence in the communities along with the local law enforcement agencies

 

Send a girl child back to school with just Rs. 1000 a month. Gift donation to enable girl children break free from the patterns of the society.

 

For a 13-year-old from South 24 Parganas district in West Bengal, India, the marriage alliance, with a 23-year-old, was a security contract agreed upon by her parents. All it took was a phone call to the Hena Girl Power group that completely changed the trajectory of her life.

 

Donate online to not only educate girl children but also ensure that they do not become victims of social evils. Gift donation now and send a girl child back to school.

 

“I got a distress call from the girl. She was in tears because she had been taken to another village. A few days ago, her father told her that he was thinking of arranging her marriage, but she refused to get married. Her parents knew that it would be difficult to conduct a wedding in our village as people were quite aware and reported such events. So, they decided to do the marriage ceremony elsewhere,” says 18-year-old Mousumi, the leader of the Hena Girl Power Group.

 

The young girl had made a frantic call to Mousumi and informed her about what was happening. The Hena girl-power group immediately called the Child helpline number (1098). Following which Childline visited the family along with the police and a member of the Village Level Child Protection Committee (VLCPC), formed by World Vision India. Together they counselled the family and took a written statement from them that they would not get their daughter married before the age of 18.

 

Gift donation to ensure justice in the lives of girls in India. Donate online now.

 

The girl thanked Mousumi’s group for saving her life and dreams of becoming a teacher someday. Her future could have taken a different direction if Mousumi hadn’t responded. Saving the lives of children gives Mousumi and her group a sense of purpose and makes them happy. From February 2020 until March 2021, the group has handled 16 cases out of these, 8 cases were of child marriage during the pandemic.

Empower and encourage girls to become emboldened to face challenges. Send girl child back to school. 

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