Seven children from the poorest families in the village of Dharmapur in north-eastern India will go to school if we help them. We provide scholarships for them to study, to live in a dormitory, to get a job and break the chain of poverty in which their families live.
The Polish Medical Mission supports volunteers who help children from the Chakma tribe from the village of Dharmapur in the state named Arunachal Pradesh. Dharmapur residents are often poor and discriminated against in terms of access to education, work and health due to unfavorable geographical location, lack of infrastructure and unregulated political situation. Marysia Strzemieczna and Dorota Jaguś have visited Dharmapur many times as part of health education projects and mobile clinic. They know the villagers well and know that what they need most is the education of their children. The program is implemented in consultation with the village council, which oversees the selection of children covered by grants - most of them are orphaned or marginalized families without family support.
With your help, we can donate money to seven children: three boys: Chameya, Ajit, Udayananda and four girls: Reema, Susheel, Suparna and Oshina. Children have attended Jude School in Diyun from 2016, which in addition to a high level of education provides accommodation and food - often better than in their own homes. The annual cost of education and boarding for one child is about 2 000 PLN.
How can you help?
Deposit to account number 62 1240 2294 1111 0000 3718 5444, with the note HELP FOR ARUNACHAL
We accept both one-off payments and one-on-one support.