Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Social Good - Savethem.net - Help give computers to poor Indian children

Started by Maneesh Sethi in 2010, the objective was to raise money to build a school in Upil Badi, a tiny village in rural India. With help from people across the globe, Maneesh managed to raise over $5000 to build the school and teach the kids invaluable technology skills that will provide them access to a future they never would have dreamt of before. The aim was to help give computers and education to poor Indian children

Currently, he is working on building a health care center in northern Cameroon that gives 14000 people access to basic health care..The health care center will be located in the north of Cameroon. This region has the problem that the infrastructure over there is very bad. This automatically leads to bad health care. In fact, most of the deaths in this region are due to preventible diseases.

For more details and how you can help / support this initiative, refer http://savethem.net/

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