Sangeeta lives in small village with her family where education is something out of the ordinary. There were no schools in her village and no one in her village knew what it was like to be educated. But Sangeeta had a dream to study. She wanted to learn and discover what it was like to become an educated person.
When PEP gave the opportunity to receive education by building a school in her village, she was over joyed.
Her parents supported her and helped her to fulfill her dreams she pursued by sending her to school.
When Sangeeta entered a school for the first time, she was scared and had no confidence. She couldn’t speak in front of her class and she was very reluctant to take even small challenges of presenting and reading. But as PEP teachers helped her, she began to progress wonderfully. She tried to take up challenges in her class and made efforts to speak in front of her fellows. The encouragement of her parents and teachers helped her to experience the beautiful skills she had. Now, Sangeeta is the most brilliant student in her class and she can perform any task with great confidence and assurance.
School gave Sangeeta the hope to build her future and the opportunity to create her dreams.
Through learning in school, Sangeeta became a role model not only for her class but also an example for her community. Many children in Sangeeta’s village have started going to school because of the encouragement that Sangeeta’s progressed showed. Her parents are the most proud parents of the village. They believe that a school can help break the cycle of poverty and give hope for an educated future.
Sangeeta has a dream, that a school in every village would open doors of opportunities to a better tomorrow.
There are many PEP students just like Sangeeta who remind us why we exist as an organization, and why schools can change lives and give hope.
Primary Education Project wants to ensure that the children have everything in order to promote education in their villages.
We believe in the change that can be brought through building a school.