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Gopali Youth Welfare Society, Gopali
Educate A Child

According to UNESCO, in the world today there are about 1 billion non-literate adults. - This 1 billion is approximately 26 percent of the world's adult population. - Women make up two-thirds of all non-literates. - 98 percent of all non-literates live in developing countries. - In the least developed countries, the overall illiteracy rate is 49 percent. - 52 percent of all non-literates live in India and China. - Africa as a continent has a literacy rate of less than 60 percent. - In Sub-Saharan Africa since 1980, primary school enrollment has declined, going from 58 percent to 50 percent. - In all developing countries, the percentage of children aged 6-11 not attending school is 15 percent. In the least developed countries, it is 45 percent.(UNESCO 1998) We are running this campaign help these kind of childrens so that they can be the productive source of knowledge in our society.

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Gopali Youth Welfare Society, Gopali

Gopali Youth Welfare Society is a registered voluntary non-governmental organisation run by IIT Kharagpur students along with some faculty members with the support of local members from Gopali. This NGO at IIT Kharagpur was established in 2002 with a mission to improve the living standard of the people of Gopali, a village near IIT Kharagpur campus (around 5km from it). It was registered in 2004 under the West Bengal Societies registration act of 1961 with Reg. No S/IL/23893. This is an act of social service by IIT Kharagpur students with a motivation of returning something back to the society. Even before GYWS being a listed non governmental organisation, it has been advancing with the twin objectives of making the youth and society aware of and ensuring socio-economic welfare for underprivileged and weaker sections of the society. Through its programs of free education, women empowerment, social awareness campaigns and vocational training, this example NGO has seen many lives changed for better

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