Most of the Parents prefer for their kids to accompany them on their daily jobs and learn the skills of farming, poultry and other trades to ensure that once they grow up, they will be able earn their livelihood. According to them, formal education is a luxury that they cannot afford and do not even think it is worth the investment because learning how to earn livelihood is more important than anything else.
When it came to the Girls of the Garbhanga Forest Village area, their plight was even worse than that of boys. They were victims of Gender In-Equality, Child Marriage, Exploitation and other Social Challenges. Girls and Woman in these regions do not have a voice of their own and are unaware of their rights. They have continued to stay uneducated and have been exploited for generations.
The Girls in this region did not just need support with education but a platform by which they could be given equal opportunity and the support needed to become independent and self empowered.