Bright students from poor families, is the only language spoken by those with scholarships for students. But how do we decide that a student is not bight enough to pursue his/her post primary education? Polycom Development Project has chosen to go for the “Students willing to pursue their post primary education from poor families. This project gives girls who are very eager to pursue their education and opportunity to study, by connecting them with friends and well wishers willing to support them.
18 years old, Living with her grandmother, lost both parents
18 years old, lost both parents, living with an aunt.
16 years old, lost both parents, living with a very old grandmother
16 years old, both parents alive but very needy. Father serious drunkard, mother
17 years old, single parent, mother doing laundry for neighbours.
15 years old, mother dead, father not supportive, very needy.
18 years old, both parents dead
17 years old single mother, both has no work, just a small peasant.
Both parents dead