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SDA Burmese School

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SDA School provides education for Burmese children in New Delhi
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SDA Burmese School

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Burmese children in exile who live in India often have limited access to schools due to financial reasons or language barier and therefore are unable to receive adequate education. Education serves a crucial role in raising the next generation to establish a civil society and democracy in Burma.

SDA Burmese school offers classes from kindergarden to 8th grade in one of the neighborhoods of New Delhi where many Burmese families reside. The SDA school has been growing since its establishment in 2002 and for the coming 2014 - 2015 academic year, it hopes to enroll 100 children. 

In 2014, the BCP microgrant is helping the SDA school to secure a more reliable power supply by purchasing an inverter that will enable the school to use baterry power during the frequent power outages and thus continue to have enough light for the classroom work at all times.                                        

Your contribution will cover the cost of a new inverter, supplement teachers' salaries and enable the school to purchase new desks and benches.

Additional Information

Name of Organization SDA Burmese School
About the Organisation

SDA Burmese School was established on July 4th 2002, aiming to promote education for the Burmese refugees in India. The school offers classes from pre-school to 8th grade of primary school. In 2014, the school plans to serve at least 100 children.

Total Costs INR 40,000 (approx. CZK 13,000 /EUR 475 / 650 USD)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 13,000
Total Number of Shares 26
Location Sitapuri, New Delhi
Timeframe 2014
Progress Update

BCP team visited the school in March 2014 and met students completing the final exams of the 2013-2014 school year as well as the principal of the school. BCP team could personally verify that the school operates as described in the project.

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