Did you know that if a child’s mother can read, that child is twice as likely to survive past age 5? Educating a girl creates a ripple effect of positivity on the health, well-being and economic empowerment of the world. Let’s give our girls the education they deserve and it’ll help ensure that all children are cared for and given the best life possible! ow.ly/PwIs2 

Education is the key to broadening your horizons and opening up the possibilities of your life. Every child deserves access to education and the chance to follow their dreams. Kitechild knows that this is the right for every child, even if they were born into poverty or any difficult life situation. That’s why our sustainable projects like our greenhouses in Kenya and our chicken farms in India are designed to generate income that will fund educational costs. This world can be an amazing place, if we all work together! 

The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go. -Dr. Seuss

We met Tika during our research trip to India last year. She’s a spunky girl who has dreams of becoming a teacher, and her favorite color is pink. In general, orphan and vulnerable children living in orphanages are often portrayed as sad and hopeless cases, but this is simply not true. They are bright, funny, loving kids, no different from your own children, your nieces, nephews, neighbors, brothers, and sisters. It’s time the world starts seeing them as such, and realizing there is a lot to gain from investing in their well-being and potential. Join us! kitechild.org #change #ngo #impact #giveback #makeadifference #care #cute #happy #pink #teacher #hopes #dreams #theydeservemore #bethechange #inspire #thinkoutsidethebox #philanthropy #children #funny #silly #india #work