Nothing liberates and empowers a person to self-sufficiency quite like an education. Without an education the cycle of poverty remains inevitable. According to UIS data India is home to over 20% of the world’s out-of-school-children and accounts for 20% of the world’s gender gap in elementary education. Adding to this is the staggering dropout rate among the rural children as they are often needed by their parents to work in the fields to support their family income. Our programmes promote education as a right and conducts adult literacy, non-formal educational programmes to the women, men, school dropouts, child labourers and street children and leads them to the path of progress.