Tejaswi Kannada Primary School, Tejaswi Nagar, Dharwad, Karnataka, India
The school serves 375 underprivileged children whose parents work as masons, carpenters, dailywage workers, and vegetable vendors surviving on a meagre Rs. 15,000 – Rs. 30,000 per year. The school charges about Rs. 250 per year and at least 20% parents end up not paying. The school staff is paid by the government but the rest of expenses are borne by the school trust.
The Domino EffectRotary Club, Banashankari, Bangalore, readily offered their services for this project. They monitored the construction diligently. The inauguration of the new facilities and hand-over were conducted on time and within budget.
POWER (People’s Organization for Wasteland and Environment Regeneration), a Bijapur based non-profit organization joined hands with OSAAT and oversaw the fund transfer and construction.
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