illiteracy is the longest standing epidemic in India. Only education brakes the chain of poverty, degradation and child labor

More than 140 million children in India grow up without any education. Families are poor and illiterate and India has a lack of schools in the urban areas. Travel distance is a restriction and as they can’t afford the extra risk of infection the children are kept out of school. The number of need is high and the availability is low. The social development has a long way to go which can’t be easily settled by the Indian government.