Realizing the significant number of females not receiving an education to be a factor in the lack of attention to healthcare, we decided to advocate for female rights and education beginning in more rural parts of India. From 2008-2012, we set up scholarships for students who couldn’t afford an education, but realizing that the need is much greater than what we could afford with individual scholarships, we got back to the drawing board.
In 2012, we incorporated the organization and received 501(C)3 status in the US and inaugurated our first grammar school in the state of Bihar in 2013. By December 2015, we now have 4 successful schools with classes being held daily for children in villages in 3 different states.
To date, we have provided medical aid to over 10,000 individuals through our medical camps which take place yearly in the villages where the schools are located. Our aspiration is to provide children, especially females, with a proper education to give them an even playing field when entering this digital age. Soon, our female students will be able to enter society with an educated mind, progressive attitude, and the capability to support themselves and their families.