Strive2Thrive Edu

Project India

Country Profile

India is a country that has a plethora of unique traditions and an eventful history. Traditions like Diwali and Holi are only two of the many colorful traditions that Indian culture entails.

However, India is also the second most populous country in the world, with over 1.3 billion people. Because of this, India faces overpopulation problems which also include high levels of poverty and pollution. The high levels of poverty mean that many kids unfortunately do not have adequate access to technology, and thus education. The pollution in India also means that many poverty stricken families suffer from breathing problems, which means that many people are unfit to work. This ultimately means that there is a shortage of essential workers like teachers. Unfortunately, many of these children cannot afford to go to school and are living in quite poor conditions. We strive to provide them with proper educational resources and other essentials. Oftentimes, in these areas children are taught in a very old fashion where memorization is key. We try to give these children more knowledge on transferable skills and teach them things they can use to help them in real life. 

Our Service

UN Sustainable Development Goal: 

Strive2Thrive Edu is happy to cover 3 UN Sustainable Development Goals in Project India. For goal 3, we help children living in slum areas to have better access to proper health and hygiene education so that they can be more informed about how they can have a happier and healthier life. For goal 4, we help orphans, children, and adults from rural areas have access to free live online classes, providing them with new classes like computer science and business skills while helping them succeed in school with tutoring and assignment help. For project India, we realize that there are major economic gaps among families, so we understand the value of helping the less privileged in order to reduce inequalities (goal 10) and giving them an equal opportunity to succeed in school and life. With many teachers speaking the English, Hindi, or Telugu language we are easily able to conduct in the following areas: Maharashtra, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, and Assam. 

India