KAF-SCHOOL FOR HOPE :
"Education is not just a need but a tool to alleviate poverty"
Education poverty is unique in that it plays a key role in a mutually reinforcing relationship with income poverty. Income poverty doesn't allow people to make adequate investments in education. Similarly, low or zero levels of investment in education accentuate income poverty. Simply put, education has a direct correlation with income. The higher the level of education, the less likely the person is to fall below poverty line.
This is because education imparts skills and knowledge associated with higher wages. Education also positively impacts other areas of poverty such as shelter, water, sanitation and promotes better utilisation of healthcare facilities.
Right to Education: a phrase that, in today's India, carries a more moral connotation than a legal one.
Let's take a step back and broadly define poverty as the deprivation of opportunities that enhance human capabilities to lead an acceptable standard of life.
While commonly regarded from an economic perspective, poverty doesn't simply mean a lack of money. It can be a poverty of a shelter, a poverty of health, a poverty of education or a poverty of any other basic need.
The higher the level of education, the less likely the person is to fall below poverty line. This is because education imparts skills and knowledge associated with higher wages. ... Educating girls in particular makes them more likely to take control of decisions relating to fertility, family welfare, health.
KAF School for Hope programme validates above said values of education for poor childrens and want to make change of crore of lives with formal and vocational education method which undergo formal steps of education with offered skill based learning process makes a children self reliant citizen.