A man named Basavaraj who works as a clerk in MPHS Government High School in Kalaburagi's Maktampura, Karnataka is sponsoring education for not just one or two but 45 girls. Yes, you heard it right!
Sadly, Basavaraj had lost his daughter Dhaneshwari last year due to some serious health problem.
Basavaraj stated to ANI, “From this year I have started paying the fees of poor girls who study in this school.”
One of the students of MPHS Government High School named Fathima stated, “We belong to poor families and the fees which we can't pay is paid by our Basavaraj sir in memory of his late daughter. We wish his daughter rests in peace.”
This is really a noble deed done by Sasavaraj in the memory of his late daughter. We hope many people come forward and sponsor funds for girls’ education.
Girl education goes beyond getting them into school. It is additionally about guaranteeing that young girls learn and feel safe while in school; finish all levels of education with the aptitudes to viably contend in the work showcase; take in the socio-enthusiastic and fundamental abilities important to explore and adjust to an evolving world; settle on choices about their own particular lives; and add to their networks and the world.
Girls' training is a key improvement need. Better taught girls have a tendency to be more beneficial, take an interest more in the formal work advertise, procure higher livelihoods, marry at the right age, and empower better medicinal services and training for their kids, should they move toward becoming moms. All these factors combined can help lift households, communities, and nations out of poverty.
As per UNESCO estimates, 130 million young ladies between the age of 6 and 17 are out of school and 15 million young ladies of grade school age—half of them in sub-Saharan Africa—will never enter a classroom.
So all the people out there, we request you to educate your girls and also help the ones who are in need but can’t afford to educate their girls.