Captivating Village Project Gives Library Books

In this quarter, the Ramauli school was provided with library books and sports materials to support the holistic development of students. The principal expressed her gratitude towards the organization for the books and the sports material. He shared that the library acts as a bridge to eliminate the gap between a student’s curiosity to know more and what they are taught in school. As the storehouse of knowledge, the students can find plenty of books to gain knowledge outside of their curriculum. Sports are also equally important for them for their holistic development, which gives refreshment for them to reenergize too. This will play a vital role in shaping their future to be a whole person.

 One of the students that is grateful for these new resources is Shanta Maya. She is a scholar of the Captivating Village Project and she expresses gratitude towards the organization. In the recent follow-up, she expressed her thankfulness for the library. She shared that the library offered free classes where one could learn a new skill or craft, or explore career development opportunities.

“Library provided a quiet study space for students which is important for students like me. I cannot afford new books even though reading is my passion. In the library, I can read all I want.” 

Shanta expressed her happiness for all the support in her life which is beyond her dreams. This was only possible with the help of Captivating International.


HELP US CREATE MORE IMPACT

Ramauli is just one of 18 villages being reached in 2023 through the Captivating Village Program initiative. Every time $5,000 funding is secured from a generous donor (or group of donors) means another village program can be planned and implemented. Our team then keeps you updated on the difference you are making possible. Interested in learning more? Contact our CEO directly, andrewc@captivating.org for more details. He’d love to hear from you.

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