Children are a country’s future. For a developing country like India, the growth of poor children is critical to the country’s progress, and their education is the foundation of that success. However, children’s education cannot be achieved without ensuring the family’s well-being — a child can only attend school on a regular basis if the family, particularly the mother, is healthy and empowered; the family has decent livelihood options and a steady income.
Recognizing this, Fly Foundation has taken a lifecycle approach to addressing the needs of less privileged children, their families, and the larger community, beginning in the corridors of education with intensive programs focused on family health, livelihood, and community engagement.
The Fly Foundation believes that lasting change will not occur until civil society members are actively involved in the development process. Individuals are encouraged and invited to register for volunteer opportunities.