Kashmir Students Launch “We Are Here” NGO to Assist Underprivileged Peers
A group of students from various parts of Kashmir have come together to form an NGO called “We Are Here” aimed at providing free educational assistance and guidance to underprivileged students in the valley. With over 30 active volunteers, the organization aims to uplift and support the weaker section of society, including orphaned students.
The NGO’s upcoming event will be the distribution of donated books to students after the conclusion of annual board exams in March-April. The organization will provide study materials, including used books and notes, to those who are unable to afford them. The main goal is to ensure that every student in Kashmir has access to adequate study materials and guidance to succeed in their studies.
Since its formation in 2020, “We Are Here” has already helped numerous students from various districts, including Budgam, Pulwama, Srinagar, and Shopian. The volunteers are actively inviting others to join the noble cause to reach even more underprivileged students in the valley.
Aqib Muhammad Bhat who’s the Chairperson of the NGO from Budgam spoke about the mission of the team, saying, “The main mission of our team is to uplift and benefit the weaker section of our society, which are underprivileged and orphan students.” The organization’s efforts have been met with positive results, and they hope to continue making a positive impact on the education of underprivileged students in Kashmir.
The founding members of “We Are Here” believe that education is a fundamental right and should be accessible to all, regardless of socio-economic background. They aim to break down barriers to education and provide underprivileged students with the resources and support they need to succeed.
The organization’s efforts have already made a significant difference in the lives of many students, and they hope to continue their impact in the coming years. The students behind this initiative hope to inspire others to take action and make a difference in their communities, showing that even the youngest members of society can have a positive impact.
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