Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) August 23, 2011 -- Mumbai, Maharashtra - Many NGOs come to India to engage in social service in India and to serve the people of India in a variety of ways. There are also many NGOs in India catering to various needs of the poor in country. Among the Indian NGOs, Tarang has a very specific mission and this India social service organization offers quality education for slum children. Tarang has identified slum education as the organization's top mission because this educational NGO identifies illiteracy as the major contributing factor for India's poverty.
Sociologists identify many reasons for the country's current poverty situation but researches and reports alone will not do any good to the country. India needs the services of many more 'Tarangs' to address various aspects of poverty. There is lot more help required even along the lines of slum education. Unfortunately, most of the brilliant outreach programs of educational institutions like Tarang do not see the daylight because of the financial limitations. Despite such challenges Tarang managed to launch number of programs for the slum children of Mumbai. Some of the top projects of Tarang include Project Daaitwa / Night School, Project Lakshya / Weekend Study, Project Shiksha / School Establishment and Project Aadhar / Support Education.
This educational NGO in Mumbai has already helped hundreds of poor slum children in Mumbai. More can be helped with additional support from the well wishers that continually help this organization. Tarang can certainly do many more good things if more hands could join this NGO. India's educational need is an ongoing need and therefore NGOs like Tarang have to put in tireless efforts to see some noticeable change in the society. Tarang which has started as a small spark in Mumbai with a few like minded people today is a well established NGO with well defined educational programs. This NGO continues to come up with new educational projects for the slum children of Mumbai. For more information about this organization and its welfare schemes please visit http://www.tarang.org/.