What You Don’t Know About The Education In India

Did you know that approximately 12 Million kids do not go to school in India (Unesco, 2014)? Even though there are government schools, the reasons behind school dropouts are cruel.

Mrityunjay "Matun" Mondal, the coordinator of Amader Eskul
Mrityunjay “Matun” Mondal, the coordinator of Amader Eskul

We spent a week in Amader Eskul school run by Finnish voluntary organization Canelipuu Ry in West Bengal, India and had a very eye-opening interview with Mrityunjay “Matun” Mondal, the coordinator of the school. Matun tells us why so many kids are not going to school in India and the surprising way how this school is preventing the dropouts. Matun also shares his dream for the future and what brings him happiness.

It costs less than 100 € per year to educate a kid, so this let’s you wondering, why aren’t we helping more.

In this voluntary run school it costs less than 100 € per year to educate a kid, so this let’s you wondering, why aren’t we helping more. If you want to help, visit www.canelipuu.com for more details.

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