The government policies and laws may promise many rights to the underprivileged children and make attempts to eliminate or reduce disparity, but it is a fact that many children are devoid of the right to education
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If we want to see the children of all classes, even from poor households to be literate and aware of their basic health, hygiene and grow up as educated citizens, we must come forward to teach them. It is our social responsibility to share our wealth of knowledge and learning with the less privileged section of the society.
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We might argue that there are NGO’s, semi-government bodies and many Non profit organizations dedicated for this purpose.
However it is true that the educated mass of the society which includes the students, the educated house-wives, working professionals and college going students can play a vital role in educating the underprivileged children. Every individual’s contribution can bring about a significant positive change in the current state of illiteracy.
The collective power of each contribution from each individual’s insignificant acts is immense and can help fill the gaps in education provided by formal schools. Most underprivileged children either miss school education or attend schools where teachers are under trained. They are mostly constrained by finances in low income households which can hardly manage to earn them bread and shelter. Children of rickshawalas, labourers, maids and other groups on society who do not have access to quality education can be benefited if we are ready to educate them.
If the privileged sections of the society voluntarily come forward to contribute to this noble cause, an enormous change could be brought in quality of life of underprivileged children.
At least providing functional education to the children so that they have the reading and writing skills to help them cope up with everyday needs can make a positive difference in their lives.
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Not only children, but also adults who remained illiterate due to poverty and are earning their livelihood by doing meager jobs can be taught or educated. This can help them become more aware of their rights and not be cheated or befooled by upper sections of the society. Also educated or literate mothers can bring a positive difference in the lives of the children they bring up.