101 BGVK Starts Support Class for Migrant Children in Ahmednagar

Ahmednagar, 2024: Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra (BGVK) has started a new support class for migrant children in the Savedi Gaon area of Ahmednagar district. 29 children from the migrant community regularly attend this class.

Migrant children often have trouble with their education because they have to move homes a lot. This can cause gaps in their learning. BGVK's new support class aims to help these children by making their education more steady and continuous.

These support classes play a very important role for migrant children. They ensure the children can keep learning without too many disruptions. The classes also provide a welcoming and caring environment for the students.

The parents of the children are very happy about this initiative. BGVK plans to slowly enroll these students in regular schools, so they can continue their education without any breaks.

BGVK's efforts are also supported by the Salesian Mission. Together, they are working hard to give migrant children the educational opportunities they deserve.

This new support class marks the start of an important initiative to help migrant children in Ahmednagar. By giving these students a stable and nurturing learning environment, BGVK is empowering them to succeed and reach their full potential.

The organization's dedication to supporting migrant children's education is a testament to its commitment to creating a more inclusive society. As the program grows, it is expected to have a lasting positive impact on the lives of migrant children in the region.