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Parijat Academy provides free education for underprivileged children in Assam, India.
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Parijat Academy was founded in 2003 with the goal of educating the community to improve the quality of life in Assam’s impoverished semi-rural villages. The main school currently has over 520 students from Nursery through to Class 10 studying at Pamohi, a village approximately 10km from Guwahati. Another 50 children are being educated at a village site in the Garbhanga Forest which is a 3 hours walk (17km) to Parijat Academy.
In addition to children’s education, Parijat Academy provides vocational programmes too. In the future, Parijat also aims to support the community by developing appropriate healthcare and disability services.
No fees are charged for the education and other services provided by Parijat Academy. Funding is derived solely from individual donations and contributions from small charitable foundations. Parijat means “Heavenly Flowers” in Assamese.
Why the fruit programme was created:
The Fruit Programme has been initiated by lordsai.com.
These Fruit Snacks will benefit the children by: providing vitamins, energy, and
to boosting their immune system, therefore less sickness and an increase in attendance.
Creates better economic and social conditions in the local region:
Strengthens community spirit and social responsibility:
Parents, students and volunteers can offer selfless service to serve the fruits.
Senior students can learn about social responsibility and get a chance to serve the younger students.
How is Parijat Academy supported financially?
Parijat Academy continues to rely on impromptu donations from individuals and small charitable organisations.
Note, when you donate to this noble cause you create a shift for a better life not only for the students, but also for the generations to follow - just think about that!
Why is Lordsai.com supporting Parijat Academy?
We were approached by Mr Uttam Teron, Founder of Parijat Academy and requested if we could help their school by supporting various projects and spread the awareness of their needs. We feel blessed to be able to serve such a noble cause.
Mr Teron has very limited funds to support the Academy’s day to day running and he therefore needs help.
Supports 522 children to develop physically and mentally
Supports Local Farmers and Labourers to grow the fruits:
Mangoes, bananas, peaches etc
Supports Local Businesses:
To supply the seasonal fruits.
Students learn about Social Responsibility
Students learn to serve one another.
“"Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.” ~ Mother Teresa
If you wish to donate to this beautiful cause then you can pay by Paypal, Visa or Mastercard. Please note that lordsai.com will forward 100% of your giving.
The children of Parijat Academy are beacons of light in the darkness of poverty. The pervasive effects of poverty have limited these children invariably. Many of the children survive on a diet of rice and grains. Due to financial inability many of these children never get to experience the nutritious benefits of fruit and protein rich foods.
The fruit program will provide the children of Parijat with the opportunity to experience nutritious fruit that they otherwise would not be able to access.
Can you imagine living without ever being able to afford to buy a banana or mango?
These fruit are native to India, yet many of the children of Parijat Academy have never tasted such delicious fruit. Poverty should not determine a child’s destiny. And with your help we can rewrite the destiny of Parijat Chidren. Not only with the fruit provide them with health benefits, it will also be a delicious treat for them to look forward to. Just 6 rupees or 6p can make a difference in the life of a child. - Derrika Hunt
Will you join us and help the children of Parijat Academy?