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We manage Free School and Orphan's home in Buddagaya. This school is For Poor and Orphan Children.
Our School has total 111 Students and 11 Orphan's.
Buddagaya is most important Bussist Place.but This area is Most Poor State in india. So Goverment
doesn't Support to our School.
Our School is Supported By local People and Volunteers.
Please Visit to AOZORA SCHOOL!!!
Always We welcome to Visiters and Volunteers!!
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AO ZORA CHILDREN WELFARE SCHOOL
UNDER AO ZORA CHILDREN EDUCATIONAL WELFARE TRUST
SUJATA VILLAGE (BAKROUR), BODHGAYA, BIHAR,
PIN CODE:- 824231, INDIA
1.To help to poor, street and orphans children.
2.To help children break the cycle of proverty by:
Offering a free and good quality education to all poor children From surrounding villages regardless of their sex or caste.
3.By taking in forgotten orphans and offering them food and shelter.
Many Many children are suffering, They are beaging near the cities and temple.
Because they have problem. They are not getting enough food. They don’t have good education. They need every time good care.
Children will meet you and tell you we are poor!”
They have never traveled, do not watch movies, have no education. They know that they are poor.
They simply know it because they are facing it everyday:
“ My village has no school, no doctor, no electricity and no water. During the winter people get very sick and no body is available to treat them.
During the summer mosquitoes are very dangerous and finally, the rainy season the house cave in because roof is old and broken.
- Suraj, 06 years old.
We are 05 children at home but I have no father. My sister and brother they are working with my mother in a small tea shop. In the evening we’ve ony earned 80 rupees(1.5 euro) ---- Khushboo-- 10 years old.
Finding access to education, medical care or even to simple nutrition is a constant struggle for children who continually face a lack of opportunities.
Bodhgaya is located in The state of Bihar. It is the least developed part of India. Suffering from the misfortune of unstable government, out of 90 million people living here. Millions of families live under the proverty line, struggling with a monthly income of only 18 euros( around 1000 rupees).
The illiteracy rate is also very high, reaching even 50%, which is equal to as many as 45 millions people. Sadly, women are the primary victims of illiteracy, this being for two main reason: firstly, education is so expansive that parents prefer their daughters, however young, to work in the fields.
Secondly, as a result of arranged marriages, young wives will likely be required to stay at home taking care of household chores. Because of unaffordable medical costs(doctors are too far, treatment is too expensive). People are unable to cure themselves and as a result cannot survive. 50 orphans have already been identified in the surrounding villages.
Our school name has been given by two people from Japan.
MR. Tmura Kei From Tokyo, Japan & Ms. Fukuyama Saori , Nagoya, Japan.
AO Zora children welfare school welcomes around 125 schoolars from 5 years to 14 years old. At present time divided into six section according to their level. We do not distrminate between religion, sex or caste. In the school mostly children comes from lower and ‘ untouchable ‘ caste. More than 50% of students are girls.
Eleven orphans children aged from 6 years to 12 years old are permanent residents within the school.
Our school was initially established in the year 2006 by Nikesh Kumar sinha. With the kind intention of helping children break the cycle of proverty, he personally conducted surveys researching, in accordance with the children’s need, which was the best track to follow to achieve long term development to all communites in Bihar.
Education appeared as being the most fruitful way to realize his dream. Thus, with his personal saving, Nikesh set up Ao Zora children welfare school in Sujata village, near Bodhgaya. Bodhgaya is a highly spiritual city. Considered the single most important palace of pilgrammage for Buddhist from all ovwer the world. This is the palace where the lord Buddha has got enlighment, 255o years ago. As a result, many shrines and monastries were built to international donors, surrounding oldest and most famous Mahabodhi Temple.
Today, the school is run only on donations, which are made by people, primary westerns and Japanes. Thus far these donations have allowed us to countinue our project. The government of Bihar does not give the school either humane or financial support.
Our school is providing education about all general subject. Right now We are providing ony primary education for all kind of poor and street children.
Our school is project is working for all communities.
The generalsubject are:
- General knowledge
- Spiritual and Buddhist knowledge
- Drawing & painting
- Social science
- Moral science
The technical subjects are:
- Initiation to medicine
- Indian music
- Agriculture and hoticulture
- Help to widow
- Installation and maintenances of water pumps
Unfortunately, the development of our cause is limited because we remain dependant on donations. Still today more than 100 children, from the villages within fifteen kilometers from our school, do not receive any education.
Nearly 50 orphans have thus far been identified; the luckiest are those staying in already overcrowed families’ palaces.
TO HELP US
If you would like to be part of our school projects, your support can be help to educate to children. Your support is more than welcome.
From your own home or even by being visiting us here, you can help us!
In order to keep us educating as many children as possible, we need human resources,
School materials, but also donation to pay teachers and to make building etc.
We would be very happy to welcome you and are open to any suggestions regarding our school’s development. We would also very grateful if you can pass the word about our school to your family and friends. You are most welcome in the school
Ao Zora children Welfare School
( Under Ao Zora children educational Welfare Trust)
At:- Bakrour( Sujata village)
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India
Pin – 824231
Phone No. 0091-9234727161
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