Mumbai, India (PressExposure) January 12, 2012 -- Tarang is a non profit organization which is based in Mumbai, India. The main focus of Tarang is slum education and this non-profit organization has already developed number of free educational programs for the slum children of Mumbai. Offering quality education for slum children costs a considerable amount of money for this non-profit organization as one can easily guess. Tarang depends totally on the contributions of the benefactors not only from India but also from the other parts of the world. As the mission of Tarang is a noble one, there are many benefactors supporting the programs of this non-profit organization. There are many people that are interested in social service in India but not everyone gets the opportunity and time to offer social service because of the various other commitments of life. Such people happily join hands with Tarang by supporting this non-profit organization's education programs.
Tarang is a very down to earth non-profit organization with vast experience in dealing with the under privileged children in the slums of Mumbai. All the educational programs offered by this non-profit organization are specially tailored to suit the specific conditions of Mumbai.
Tarang gladly welcomes help from well wishers and benefactors. Tarang believes that education is every child's birth right and to make sure that every child enjoy this birth right, Tarang puts in a lot of efforts. Among the top educational programs offered by Tarang are Project Daayitwa, Project Lakshya, Project Skisha and Project Aadhar. Tarang is motivated by the organization's own mission, which is to educate every child on this planet.
Tarang goes beyond offering just the basic education to the slum children of Mumbai. This non-profit organization strives hard to make every single child into highly self reliant individuals. Tarang has identified that one of the main reasons for India's poverty and in particular the poverty of the slum dwellers in Mumbai is the lack of educational opportunities. So Tarang tries to eradicating the problem by addressing the root cause. Tarang firmly believes that it is possible to improve the standard of life by improving the literacy rate. As young children are bread winners of the family, parents are hesitant to send the children to school. It becomes highly important for this educational non-profit organization to counsel the parents first before reaching the children. Tarang engaged in one of the noblest missions of educating the poor children of Mumbai continues to face many challenges.
Benefactors that like to join hands with Tarang and to help the educational programs of Tarang can contact this non-profit organization to learn how help can be extended to this organization.