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Parijat Academy provides free education for underprivileged children in Assam, India.

A rural revitalization program offering free medical care, reforestation, and education for the poor.

is a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations.

Supporting research to find a cure for various cancers

Sponsor a Child’s Education and Well-being

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.

Background

The Gift of Education and Welbeing

Why was this programme was created?

It was created to solve a core challenge, which is,  to support children who have a single parent and/or whose parents are on very low income.

What is their current situation?

To Solve a Core Challenge

Their parent’s current reality is that they are:

A) Financially instable - no regular income

B) They are labourers who earn far less than a $1.00 a day.

C) Type of work ranges from working  as a labourer in a quarry to selling tea.

D) Too old to work or suffering from ill health.

We believe that we can offer our service in a compassionate way that not only gives the child well-being at school, but also at home. We have, therefore created a unique programme  which will help these children to a maximum level in their childhood by receiving the following support package for an entire year:


1) School items: New school uniform, school bag, books, shoes and writing materials.


2) Education in: Maths, Assamese, Hindi, English, Science, Arts and Crafts, Computers, Traditional Dancing etc


3) Supplement Package: Collected from school which will be given every month for a whole year:


                                              5kg of uncooked rice,

                                              Vegetables

                                              1kg sugar

                                              1kg salt

                                              Spices

                                              Packet of biscuits

                                              1kg uncooked Channa (Chick Peas)

                                              1kg uncooked Dal (Lentals)

                                              Blanket (one time gift)

                                              Bar of soap


4) This supplement can support a small family of 3 to 4 people for up 5 days - useful when they are not earning      anything!

What is a compassionate model of support?

How did this programme come about?

It  was suggested by our supporters and Uttam Teron is totally excited with this Programme as he understands what this support will mean to the students and their families.  Taking all the facts into consideration, Lordsai.com has came up with a compassionate model of support…

Time Frame Analysis of Possibilities



What will happen immediately?


Your support will definitely make an impact in their current economic condition:

Increase the child's well-being at school and at home.

A happy home bestows a better level of concentration at school.


Your gift of education will place the child in a safe

 and secure environment rather than the child ending up

 doing child-labour in a farm, tea plantation etc hence

exposing them to human traffickers!


Your gift of education will open doors to a better life.


What will happen in the short term?


They will learn the following subjects:

Maths, English, Assamese, Hindi, Science, Arts and Crafts, Computer Technology,

Traditional Dancing, sewing, also human values such as compassion and kindness.



What will happen in the medium term?


As the children acquire skills and knowledge, they will be exposed to a careers advisors

to further their future, so they can either to go to college or work for an employer.



What will happen in the long term?


After college there is a possibility to go to university

to pursue a professional career or start a business.


Ultimately, your gift will give them the best thing ever, that is, the power to be self-sufficient

and their future generation will also be blessed to receive an education - breaking free from

the cycle of poverty.


A complete shift in the next generation!

How will this support benefit the child with respect to time?

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 donation. You will receive a receipt from Parijat Academy and photographs showing you the gift of food given to them on a monthly basis, blanket, uniform, and school equipment.

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Name: Jasmita Rabha

Class: 2    DOB: 03-07-2006

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a daily wage worker.

Note:

Name: Resma Thapa

Class: 3    DOB: 15-07-2005

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a daily wage worker.

Note:

Name: Krishnagini Tumung

Class: 3    DOB: 09-06-2006

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a daily labourer.

Note:

Name: Aradhana Kumari

Class: 3    DOB: 21-4-2002

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a labourer, mother is a housewife.

Note:  She live 1km from Parijat Academy and  loves art.

Name: Himani Boro

Class: 1   DOB: 01-03-2007

Parent’s Occupation:

Note:

Name: Madhusmita Teron

Class: 2    DOB: 16-09-2007

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a daily wage earner.

Note:

Name: Jayanta Pathak

Class: 1    DOB: 10-01-2007

Parent’s Occupation: Mother is a labourer whenever she can get work.

Note: .Father passed away.  Jayanta lives 2km from school.

Name: Sanjita Boro

Class: 3    DOB: 06-04-2006

Parent’s Occupation: Mother is a  labourer whenever she can get work.

Note: Father passed away.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

“The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it” ~ Mother Teresa

Name: Jobarani Boro

Class: 3 (Age 9)

Parent’s Occupation: Labourer (father)

Note: Mother passed away due to illness

Name: Sangeeta Teron

Class: 9 (Age15)

Parent’s Occupation: Domestic Helper/Labourer (Mother)

Note: Father passed away two years ago due  to illness.

Name: Rupali Barman

Class: 7 (Age 13)

Parent’s Occupation: Labourer (Mother)

Note: Father passed away when she was young.

Name: Barnali Ingti

Class: 10 (Age 16)

Parent’s Occupation: Labourer at a stone quarry/ domestic labour (Mother)

Note: Father passed away when she was young - Barnali’s has heart problem

Name: Nayanmoni Rongshal

Class: 10 (Age 16)

Parent’s Occupation: Casual Labourer (Mother)

Note: Father passed away three years ago.

Name: Robita Phangsho

Class: Class 6 (Age 12)

Parent’s Occupation: Father  works as daily  Labour. Mother is a house-wife

Note: Somedays  the father can't find labour work so he makes bamboo basket and sell in the local market.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” ~ Sir Winston Churchill

Children already sponsored - Previous donors please make your  payments here:

Giving the children food supply every month, a blanket for those cold nights,
A school bag, school items, a uniform and a education.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

Name: Kanika  Boro

Class: 1    DOB: 26-11-2007

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a labourer, mother is a housewife.

Note:

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

Name: Jutika Boro

Class: 9     DOB: 11-06-2001

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a  farmer, mother is a housewife.

Note: She lives 2km from Parijat Academy and loves dancing.

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

Name: Moni Thapa

Class: 1     DOB: 09-09-2007

Parent’s Occupation: Father is daily labourer.

Note:

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.

Name: Nisha Teron

Class: 6     11 years old

Parent’s Occupation: Father is a farmer and  mother is a housewife.

Note: Father's doesn't have a fix income. He also collects firewood for income

It cost as little as Rs1000/month or £10.00/month for 12 months or a one time payment of £120.00 for an entire year.