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Everyday, thousands of women engage with brands they like on WOOP and create funds to support the education for young girls. 500 WOOP points help sponsor 1 day of school through ‘Nanhi Kali’, India’s leading NGO for Girl Child Education.

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School days created: 946

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School days created: 1345

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Zakira A

School days created: 888

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Nisha Pais

School days created: 946

Stroller
Amazon Vouchers Worth ₹10,077
Anjali Shivam

School days created: 1345

Philips Avent Electric Breast Pump
3 Months Supply Of Huggies Diapers
Zakira A

School days created: 888

Samsung Mobile Phone
Amazon & Hopscotch Vouchers Worth ₹2,970

500 WOOP points help sponsor one day of school for young girls

Our goal is to create 20 Lac school days!

0 out of 2,000,000 achieved

Boya Indu, Class 5

Mahabubnagar

"When Indu, was a year and half old, she was diagnosed with polio, even though she was given all polio dosages. After treatment in Hyderabad, she was provided artificial shoes to help her walk."

Kokila, Class 8

Chennai

"V Kokila works hard in school so as to excel in her academics. Although she is fond of singing, she also takes part in drama and sports activities in school and the Academic Support Centre. Shea aspires to be a teacher."

Arina Khan, Class 4

Mumbai

"Arina is a leader of attendance committee as her attendance in school and in ASC is the highest. And she plans to become a language teacher. Apart from academics, the NK program is providing her support for her to excel in other extra curricular activities."

Nagaveni, Class 4

Telangana

"Nagaveni is a keen and attentive learner and has managed to attain 92% attendance at school and 80% at the ASC and performed impressively in her annual examinations. Her mother expresses her heartfelt gratitude to project Nanhi Kali for all the support."

Saloni, Class 5

Gurgaon

"Saloni is an active Nanhi Kali studying in class 5 in GPS Sihi, Gurgaon. She lives with her parents and 4 siblings. Her father works in a factory and her mother takes up odd jobs to make the ends meet. She helps her mother in household chores as well."

Sravani, Class 4

Hyderabad

"Sravani, is a class IV Nanhi Kali from GPS New Moosaram Bagh in Saidabad, Hyderabad. She stays with her parents and two siblings. Sravani’s family earns Rs. 300 per day which is hardly sufficient to meet the household requirements."

Santra, Class 6

Ratlam

"However, through project Nanhi Kali, the team was able to explain the benefits and relevance of educating their daughter. Santra has now become a regular to school and she has also succeeded in bringing more girls into the project. The project has helped Santra in developing an interest towards education."

Ujala, Class 5

Varanasi

"Despite all this, Ujala is quite a sincere and regular student in the school and Academic Support Centre. There is considerable improvement in her academic performance after she became a Nanhi Kali. She says Nanhi Kali has given her the opportunity to improve academically wthout paying."

Ishrat, Class 6

New Delhi

"Ishrat is a class VI Nanhi Kali studying at the Government Senior Secondary School in Libaspur, Delhi and lives in Bhalaswa JJ- 2 along with her parents and five siblings. Her father works as a vegetable vendor."

Dhapi, Class 6

Govardha

"Dhapi’s father is a vegetable vendor and her mother also helps him. With an annual income of Rs. 75,000 approximately they struggle to meet the basic needs of the family including the education of Dhapi and her two sisters. Despite all of this they support Dhapi."

Utkarsha, Class 3

Tinhewadi

"Utkarsha is a Nanhi Kali of class III from the Government Primary School Tinhewadi, Chakan. She is the only child and resides in Tinhewadi in Pune District."

Kavitha, Class 4

Tamil Nadu

"Kavitha is a Nanhi Kali who studies in IVth Standard in PUM Varaganapalli Middle School in Kelamangalam mandal. Her father is a construction worker. She has two brothers and one sister."

Neha, Class 3

Kolkata

"Neha Halder, a young and energetic Nanhi Kali studies in class 3 of Adi Mahakali Pathshala in Kolkata. Her father Ashis Halder is an unskilled labourer who works as a daily wage worker while her mother Pampa Halder takes care of the family."

Ruby, Class 8

Chennai

"This is the story of Nanhi Kali Ruby from Chennai.She studies in VIII standard Ruby’s father works as a Coolie. Ruby has battled the problem of mental illness from a very young age and this has caused reading disability."

Mehek, Class 6

Noida

"After enrolling for Nanhi Kali, Mehek showed improvement in academics. Later, her family moved to Char Murthi which was 6 kms away from the school. Mehek’s father decided to stop sending her to the ASC."

Amrutha, Class 4

Mumbai

"Amruta lives in Mumbai with her parents, sister and two brothers. Her parents are uneducated and her father earns a daily wage by doing odd jobs for a carpenter. Amruta’s parents sent her to the Government school in Mankurd and she became a Nanhi Kali when she was in Standard 4."

A Nirmala, Class 5

Srinivasapuram

"A Nirmala hails from a poor family living in Thally district, where her father is a coolie with meagre income. Nirmala studies in the 5th standard in PUMS also known as Dinnur school."

Kalpana, Class 5

Kanhanpuri

"Kalpana Salam is a Nanhi Kali of village Kanhanpuri of Narharpur block. Hailing from a tribal village, Kalpana’s family has very poor income. Both her parents are daily wage workers and she two siblings, with her being the eldest."

Kasturi, Class 10

Utkoor

"Kasturi is a Nanhi kali pursuing her 10th standard studies from Zilla Parishad Government school, Mahbubnagar. She hails from a family of 5 with her father running a barber shop and her mother working as a daily wage labourer."

T. Nagalakshmi, Class 3

Kootur

"T. Nagalakshmi is a 3rd standard girl who comes from low income household. Apart from economic challenges, Nagalakshmi is also physically challenged, as both her right hand and leg have certain birth defects."

Jyothi, Class 4

Tadoor

"A nanhi kali hailing from Tadoor, Mahabubnagar; T. Jyoti has an inspiring story that highlights her passion for learning. Coming from a family with meagre income, Jyoti started learning without a formal school enrollment by attending classes along with her brother."

Nandini & Arathi, Class 1

Bengaluru

"Nandini & Arathi are little girls seeking education in Bangalore and hailing from Nepal. Their inability to converse in kannada and their poor family background were both major drawbacks for them to complete their studies in the city."

Reena, Class 5

Sagpuru

"Little Reena Vadhera from Sagpura Government High School; had a dream to study and to follow her passion for her favourite game Tennikoit. Losing her mother at a young age, left Reena with a number of household responsibilities."

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WOOP!!! This is the first-ever platform that listens to women’s opinions. I really can’t explain this in a few words. They give us some missions to complete. If you completed the mission then you will get rewarded for sure. Doesn’t this sound cool? You can earn money by simply completing some easy missions and you can help to create school days. It’s basically for those girls who cannot afford to study so WOOP helps them to study. Think ladies, your valuable time is making a school day for a girl and also helps you earn money and win so many gifts! I got to know about this from my sister and I have been recommending WOOP to everyone since. In today’s day and age, people are rarely responding to your messages but WOOP respond to and solves my issues within 24 hrs. You guys are doing an ace job literally. Blessings and love with you always!

Brilliant initiative ?? Education is a human right that should be given to all humans equally regardless of their gender, religion or nationality. Premised on the fact that education is a right and not a privilege, they are on their way to making sure that every girl gets her rights. I really appreciated your work and honesty! Because of you guys, millions of girls have the opportunity to develop their full potential and able to follow their dreams!?stay blessed. #woopindiananhikali lots of love and appreciation ??

WOOP is a great platform in today’s progressive India to be able to help girls who are denied even the basic right to education due to various unacceptable reasons. We not only gain knowledge about good health but also win rewards, in return making it a win-win situation :). I have found all the products and campaigns very much suitable for women, mothers, new mommies & kids; Keeping all their needs in mind! The best part of it is that we can help girls get education day by day by simply giving little time every day from our busy schedule and be a part of such a great social cause! It gives a feeling of satisfaction in the end.

WOOP!!! This is the first-ever platform that listens to women’s opinions. I really can’t explain this in a few words. They give us some missions to complete. If you completed the mission then you will get rewarded for sure. Doesn’t this sound cool? You can earn money by simply completing some easy missions and you can help to create school days. It’s basically for those girls who cannot afford to study so WOOP helps them to study. Think ladies, your valuable time is making a school day for a girl and also helps you earn money and win so many gifts! I got to know about this from my sister and I have been recommending WOOP to everyone since. In today’s day and age, people are rarely responding to your messages but WOOP respond to and solves my issues within 24 hrs. You guys are doing an ace job literally. Blessings and love with you always!

Brilliant initiative ?? Education is a human right that should be given to all humans equally regardless of their gender, religion or nationality. Premised on the fact that education is a right and not a privilege, they are on their way to making sure that every girl gets her rights. I really appreciated your work and honesty! Because of you guys, millions of girls have the opportunity to develop their full potential and able to follow their dreams!?stay blessed. #woopindiananhikali lots of love and appreciation ??

WOOP is a great platform in today’s progressive India to be able to help girls who are denied even the basic right to education due to various unacceptable reasons. We not only gain knowledge about good health but also win rewards, in return making it a win-win situation :). I have found all the products and campaigns very much suitable for women, mothers, new mommies & kids; Keeping all their needs in mind! The best part of it is that we can help girls get education day by day by simply giving little time every day from our busy schedule and be a part of such a great social cause! It gives a feeling of satisfaction in the end.

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