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Nagercoil, India
Joined February 2019

St. John Vianney’s girls’ HSS, Empowerment of village girls through free and quality education. preventing girl drop-outs from school education from 1st to 12th class. Providing quality education.

Presence in: India
Focus: Education, Gender-based violence, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Livelihoods
  • Our organization is a non profit government aided higher secondary school which tries to provide free and primary education to poor girls. Our goal is to develop the total personality of girl children through quality education from 1st class to 12th class in vernacular language(Tamil). We try to build social transformation by creating God consciousness by imparting human values and produce good citizens of India. We also  try to empower the village girls through quality education and try to give admission to all who come to us beyond their caste, religion and region, thus we prevent girl drop-outs from school education from 1st to 12th So, students from 30 rural villages around our school get enrolled in our school every year. We impart the awareness of educational right to rural girls who are financially poor and have no access to education and have no schools and no transportation around their villages. This has been our service for the past 85 years in this area.

People Associated With This Organization

Rev.Sr.vasanthi mary BRINDA

Joined February 2019
Interests: Education, Family, Gender-based violence, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Labor & Employment, Livelihoods
i am the Headmistress(headteacher) of this St.john vianney's girls' Higher secondary school, India, for 8 years. I am a trained educator for deaf children also. I have been helping them in the school, Little Flower School for the deaf, Chennai, India, for 10 years as an educator and Principal. I have 23 years of experience in the field of education. I am passionate in helping the deaf children and in educating the girls as they are very much discriminated in the Indian society in education and in employment.(wage) . i am really trying my best to make our children of their human rights for education and rights to be on their legs in the society. So far i have been part of more than 1000 deaf students and their education. And i have formed more than 10,000/- girls, their personality, through education. I have extended 100% commitment in my service to the backward children/girls of the rural Indis. STill passionate to continue if possible. thanking you
Rev.Sr.vasanthi mary BRINDA is the network champion (main point of contact) for ST JOHN VIANNEYS GIRLS HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL.

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