Girls’s Project

Education at school and university

Girls from India’s poor population rarely have the opportunity to obtain a qualifying school-leaving certificate, attend college or study – and ultimately find a qualified and lucrative job.

The cost of a sound education is high.

A particular aim of our organisation is therefore to give girls in the rural region of northern India access to school education and vocational training, college and university.

We organise the placement of girls and young women in schools, apprenticeships and universities and pay the fees, accommodation and travel costs.

We also provide support in all organisational matters.

As part of our “Girls’ Education at School and University” project, one of our high school graduates has succeeded in starting a law degree at university. She is thus embarking on a professional career that is unique for a girl from the region.

Another graduate is currently learning her dream job as a tailor. With this profession, which is in demand and recognised in her environment, she will be able to develop a basis for a self-determined life.