Quality Educational Institute
There are only two government schools in the village: an elementary school for girls and a middle school for boys. Due to a lack of funds and proper supervision, the majority of children lose interest and drop out of school in order to enter the workforce at a young age. For generations, a comprehensive number of children have opted to join either the armed forces or take non-skilled low-paying labor jobs, which do not lift their families above the poverty line. FMF is working on a long-term project to open a high school for boys and girls to ensure that every child has access to quality education and a fair chance of getting a decent job to help financially uplift his/her family. This project requires support from local politicians and other influential individuals.