Educate a girl to secure her future.
The Story of Indira

Waking up early every morning to assist her mother to sweeping rooms, folding beds, and cooking isn’t not such trouble for Indira, 13 years-old. After making quick some housekeeping she can’t wait to rush school and sit next her beloved classmates as Lavanya, Raja and Prameela, in the village of Mangalagiri, Andhra Pradesh.

In India Dalits girls like Indira must too often endure social inequalities and marginalitation, in addition  to gender and caste discrimination. With 28% of women having never attended school and a further 22% having only some primary school education, Dalit and Tribal women have higher rates of exclusion from education.






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