What We Do

What We Do

Education

There are significant disparities in access to secondary education as far as income, gender, social groups and geography are concerned. There is a need to expand the capacity of the secondary school system across India.

For example, only 16% of India’s education budget is spent on secondary education for primary education (K., Biswal, 2011: Secondary education in India: development policies, programs and challenges).

Environment

There are significant disparities in access to secondary education as far as income, gender, social groups and geography are concerned. There is a need to expand the capacity of the secondary school system across India.

For example, only 16% of India’s education budget is spent on secondary education for primary education (K., Biswal, 2011: Secondary education in India: development policies, programs and challenges).

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Skill Development

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There are significant disparities in access to secondary education as far as income, gender, social groups and geography are concerned. There is a need to expand the capacity of the secondary school system across India.

For example, only 16% of India’s education budget is spent on secondary education for primary education (K., Biswal, 2011: Secondary education in India: development policies, programs and challenges).

Disaster Relief

There are significant disparities in access to secondary education as far as income, gender, social groups and geography are concerned. There is a need to expand the capacity of the secondary school system across India.

For example, only 16% of India’s education budget is spent on secondary education for primary education (K., Biswal, 2011: Secondary education in India: development policies, programs and challenges).

Support Quality Education

We are seeking funding partners and donors who share our vision for education equity in India and are able to support us in our mission to build sustainable pathways to quality education for children studying in underserved public school communities in India. We share the value of forging long-lasting and meaningful equations with all our supporters and look forward to building a strong collective of people who want to make a difference, through philanthropy and social giving.

If you wish to strengthen our work with financial support, go to our Donate page and make an online contribution into the Edufever account. All donations qualify for a tax exemption receipt from our end.

If you’re keen to support our projects through in-kind donations or through peer fundraising, feel free to reach out to us at partner@edufever.com