SES focuses on improving the girl’s education; especially those in the backward communities can access quality education. Education is an important tool that enables girls to participate in decisions that affect their lives and in improving their social status.

Education is the key to a better society, a better country, a better world.

Girls also face major challenges that impact their ability to stay in school through adolescence. For one, poverty often reduces young girl’s school attendance. Girls are compelled to stay home and domestic work. Females also face domestic violence; physical assault can keep females away from the classroom. Child marriage is another challenge for girl education. 15 million girls are married before age of 18 each year. We promote gender equality because our constitution entitled in fundamental rights.

We provide knowledge and technical support while working through the formal school systems as well as through the integrated programs. Following the enactment of the Right to Education Act by the Government and strengthen the school management committee.

 “Education for each child should be the number one priority. Families should realize that houses and cars are much less important than a child’s education.”

– Narendra Modi