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2019 - 2nd Qtr Highlights

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Vidya Poshak – Program Updates 2nd Quarter (July – Sep 2019) Vidya Poshak, India is a registered Non-Government Organization (NGO), serving education community from 2001. We strongly believe Education is the solution for Ending Poverty. When we invest in a Young, economically challenged meritorious youth for a few years, we can break the poverty cycle of a family forever
Nurture Merit – Updates Vidya Poshak strongly believes Education is the solution for Ending Poverty. When we invest in a Young, economically challenged meritorious youth for a few years, we can break the poverty cycle of a family forever.
During the Year 2019-20 we have selected 400 new students for our support along with the existing 1000 students for renewal. As of Sep 2019 we have already provided financial support to 700+ students with a financial support of INR 60.0 Lakhs. We are in process of raising funds to support the remaining 700 student before Nov 2019. Back to School - Flood Relief Program in Belgaum Children…

2019 1-Qtr Highlights

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Vidya Poshak – 1st Quarter Updates (Apr – June 2019) Vidya Poshak, India is a registered Non-Government Organization (NGO), serving education community from 2001. We strongly believe Education is the solution for Ending Poverty. When we invest in a Young, economically challenged meritorious youth for a few years, we can break the poverty cycle of a family forever.
Program Location 10 districts of North Karnatala Program Name 1.Nurture Merit Financial Support 2.Library Services 3.Residential Bridge Camps

Key Highlights 2018

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Nurture Merit
Nurture Merit Program is a well-designed, structured and focused program to support bright students coming from economically challenged families to continue their post 10th education to enable them to be graduate and thus relating a meaningful employment or self-employment.  In 2018, a total amount of INR 83 lakhs was disbursed as financial assistance to 1279 students.
Statistical details 2600+ houses visited by volunteers across 68 talukas to identify deserving students64% of the beneficiaries were girls90% of students supported are from rural regions of 10 districts of KarnatakaDuring the year 331 students were trained through 7 Residential Bridge camps till December, 2018 and 4 more are planned for the 4th quarter of the academic year 2018-19.5000 rural youths made use of the 5 Libraries/Knowledge resource centers located at Hubli, Bijapur, Belgaum, Sirsi & Davangere