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Donations in India are 50% deductible under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Our 80G Tax Number is No: DIT (E) BLR/80G(R)/665/AAATI3576P/ITO (E)-1/Vol 2008-09.

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  • Bank Name: HDFC bank
  • Branch Name: Kasturba Road Branch
  • A/c name: India Literacy Project
  • A/c No: 00091000059611
  • IFSC Code: HDFC0000009
  • A/c type: Savings

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India Literacy Project,
27, 3rd Floor, Narayani Apartments,
2nd Cross, Ramakrishnappa Layout Geddalahalli,
Sanjaynagar,Bangalore -560094.

Over 7000 families find themselves at the edge of starvation with Government orders to stay-in-place

Updates from the field

Thanks to your support so far!

April 10

View of a brick kiln colony, Thiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu/p>

April 08

Truck full of food and supplies kits going to help migrant workers families in Thiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu

April 07

Sample of groceries and provisions going into each kit

April 07

Loading grocery and provision kits in vans for distribution, Thiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu

April 07

Packaging bags of rice and provisions in kits, Thiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu

April 07

Distributed cooked food (Rice, Dal and Allu Chokka) to 1000 people in Chulayichak, Shabarinagar, Jalalpur Nahar Musahari and Leprosy colony Khagaul.

April 05

Distributed food for 1000 people in 4 villages in Bihar

April 04
Ircds staffs demonstrating hand wash to the brick kiln workers today

ILP partner IRCDS demonstrating hand wash to the brick kiln workers

April 01

ILP and migrant workers

India Literacy Project has been supporting the education of children of migrant laborers of  Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu to ensure that the displaced children get access to schools. The district is dotted with brick kilns, where migrant laborers from different parts of Tamil Nadu and some as far away as Odisha work long hours to fulfill the unending demand for bricks. ILP  has worked over 6 years across multiple blocks in this district to drive policy changes to allow children to be enrolled in schools in both the source and destination villages their parents migrate to and from.

With the Covid-19 virus, all work has come to a standstill. These migrant laborers have no work or money and over 7000 families find themselves at the edge of starvation with Government orders to stay-in-place. These laborers are away from their native villages, this makes access to the Government services hard.

$25 (₹ 2,000/-) will help ILP provide a family of four basic provisions for one month.

ILP is requesting its very generous and caring donors to help out in this moment of need. ILP will continue to work on the long-term goal of children’s education as we deal with this crisis.

Please consider supporting the families of these brick kiln workers.

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We are making all our resources such as classroom and career material, guides and more available as open-source to be used by Schools, Non-Profits and Individuals, alike.

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