We’ve found the best way to fight illiteracy is through accessible education opportunities. Children from impoverished backgrounds receive free tuition, books, and uniforms, in addition to a free daily meal and basic medical care.


Children advance through an accredited Indian curriculum in English with the help of a talented teaching staff. Many graduates continue on to universities or technical schools.
 

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Children advance through an accredited Indian curriculum in their native language, with the help of a talented teaching staff. Many graduates continue on to universities or technical schools.

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Children from impoverished villages learn the basics of English, math, and life skills, in preparation for placement at a formal K-12 school.

 

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At-risk children and children with medical disabilities receive special care and education that prepare them to lead successful and self-sufficient lives. Schools include the Calcutta Blind School and Home for Boys.
 

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Young adults earn advanced degrees from our Teachers Training School, School of Nursing, College of Nursing, and Theological College and continue on to make positive contributions in health care, teaching, and ministry.

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