IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NANHI KALI

Our precious WOOPers like you
have helped us create 238,131
school days
for young girls.

For every 500 points YOU earn, a girl sees one more school day!



Meet some of the Girls supported by your WOOP points

Here are a few stories of our brilliant girls finally getting a chance on an education they have always deserved!

  • The Inspiring Journey Of Indu

    BoyaIndu is a class V Nanhi Kali from UPS Mellacheruvu of GadwalMandal, Mahabubnagar. Her parents are daily wage laborers. She has an older brother, who is currently studying in class X. When Indu, was a…

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  • Story Of A Girl Who Lost Her Parents, But Not Her Hope

    V Kokila is a class VIII Nanhi Kali studying in the ADW Higher Secondary School in Virugambakkam, Chennai. Her father passed away due to an illness and shortly after, her mother committed suicide. She lives…

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  • Arina – The All Rounder Student

    Arina Khan, an effervescent Nanhi Kaliof Marvali Urdu School in Chembur East, Mumbai studies in IVth standard. He father runs a tea stall and her mother is a housewife. She has 2 siblings, an elder…

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  • A Story Of A Mother, Who Made A Lot Of Sacrifices To Ensure Her Child’s Gets Educated.

    Nagaveni is class IV Nanhi Kali from Mahabubnagar. She lives with her mother who is a daily wage labourer, younger sister and grandmother in the Maldakal village. Nagaveni used to earlier live with her family…

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  • Determination And Focus Has Helped Saloni Achieve Academic Success.

    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…

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  • Nanhi Kali Has Helped A Family Provide Their Daughter The Best Education And Support.

    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…

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