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School Program

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    17,500 BDT Per Month


Funding a child’s education is essentially helping them build their entire life. A quality education at a young age ensures that the child will have access to basic needs such as food, shelter, and income later in life. It also helps unlock the full potential of children, so they grow up to be confident adults and the best versions of themselves. Below is a structure of the best organizations to sponsor a child.

XYZ School is a non-profit social educational program. It is systematized by the XYZ Organization. The XYZ Organization was established in xyz. Now it is building a rural school for rural children.


Bangladesh > Dhaka > Sherpur > Jhenaigati > Gajni Abokash (Hill Areas).

What We Do:

Enabling smooth transition into mainstream primary schools and increasing student retention rates.

From 3 to 5 years old-held in a Nursery School; readiness has to do with whether the child is on track developmentally, and potty training is a big lactor, so a child can start as early as 3 years old. Preschool education is important and beneficial for any child attending nursery school because it gives the child a head start through social interactions. Through cognitive, psychosocial and physical development-based learning a child in preschool will learn about their environment and how to verbally communicate with others. Children who attend Preschool learn how the world around them works through play and communication. We are ensuring this process.

We are going to manage this educational project with our experienced personnel.

The areas of development:

  • Personal, social, economic and emotional development
  • Communication (including sign language), talking and listening
  • World knowledge and World Understanding
  • Creative and aesthetic development
  • Mathematical awareness
  • Physical development
  • Physical health
  • Play
  • Teamwork
  • Self-help skills
  • Social skills
  • Scientific thinking
  • Literacy


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