Parents from below poverty
line families are caught up in the struggle to make ends meet
and educating the child comes far below in their list of
Cost of quality education is
far beyond the reach of a below poverty line household.
For most of the children, an
atmosphere conducive for learning does not exist at their
The prevalent system in
schools does not bridge the wide gap that exists between a
first generation learner and children from affluent section of
society in terms of education.
First generation learners
often get isolated in a regular school setting in terms of
social status, wealth and general proficiency.
A holistic, self-contained
system of education does not exist at present and a sizable
part of activities are left to be done outside the school,
which a child from below poverty line household has absolutely
no means to achieve.
Education under the present
system is a long drawn process; extending for a period of
about 18 years, spreading across various stages. The advantage
gained or lost at each stage has a cumulative effect on the
final outcome, and dropout can occur at any stage. Hence, in
general, there is a risk involved for a below poverty line
parent to invest for 18 long years for a child’s education as
they are not sure of the returns.
When education is not pursued
diligently, it is not just that progress is arrested, it is; a
whole generation is denied their rightful place in shaping the
destiny of a nation and left vulnerable to abuse.
Zamar Vision and the corresponding Mission is an endeavor to
live close to these children and build bridges
The Vision &
The Vision and Mission of the Trust is only towards the upliftment of the
Less privileged children those who are drawn from the neglected part of the
society, to give them Free Quality English Medium Education and food
till they become self-reliant worthy citizens.
"... Share your food with the hungry, provide the wanderer
with shelter, clothe the naked and satisfy the needs of the oppressed" (Isaiah 58: 6-12)
To identify the children and build a
rapport with them