Tribal villages are very often far from schools and parents, who are mostly illiterate, do not always understand the importance of education for their children. Staying in our fostership homes therefore facilitates access to public school for these 130 young people from 8 to 20 years old.

In Hunsur, in southern India, the youngsters in our fostership home benefit from a full care (accommodation, meals, hygiene, medical follow up, school fees) as well as school support, sports and cultural activities at the end of the day and during weekends.

Our objective is to facilitate access education for these young Adivasis and enable them to pursue higher education or to follow vocational training.

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