VOP Project Raj

Bangladesh

Child Impact partnered with Discovery Mountain to help Raj and his friends in Bangladesh

It is difficult for Raj and children like him in Bangladesh to attend school and obtain the supplies needed because they live in one of the most densely populated and the poorest countries in the world. Nearly 1 in 4 people live below the poverty line. Add to that the devastating flood that hit the already challenged country of Bangladesh in 2017, and Raj’s going to school became nearly impossible. 

The flood affected more than 8 million people, wiping out crops and vegetables. Feeding lunch to students at mission schools became a top priority and a primary concern for parents and teachers to find food. This meant there were no funds left for necessary school supplies.

Children like Raj worked hard to help their families overcome the effects of this devastating flood. They are still feeling the aftermath of the devastating flood, especially now with the pandemic.

Raj and his friends studying at mission schools in Bangladesh need our help.

With a $5 donation you would help to provide the following necessary school items:

  • Uniforms
  • Textbooks
  • Notebooks
  • Pens and Pencils

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