With a smiling face a local housewife Rajkumari Devi, the mother of three children said, “I would really like to see my children get out of this slum. We are very happy to have seen the kids getting education.”
With equal zeal and zest, partners are associated with the most marginalized tribal communities in Jharkhand where literacy rates are an unbelievable 6% compared to a national average of 55% and the female literacy standing at just 2.5%. This itself recommends a long-term measure to fight poverty apart from low literacy. Now the entire scene seems to have undergone a sea change where schools are coming up with a steep increase in the attendance rates. Healthcare facilities are at the deer step and potable water is pouring in like anything. Contrary to what prevailed a couple of years back, more than 2,500 children keep attending primary and secondary schools. It would help the educated adults get job generating avenues.