SOJHRO with its team prioritizing Education as most premiere goal for development as many people in developing countries cannot find the money to pay for school fees, books and other learning materials, school uniforms or transport to school. As a result, their children do not go to school or they drop out. Girls are particularly often the ones who lose out.
In countries where school fees have been abolished, enrolment rates have risen markedly.
Furthermore, numerous families rely on the income their children contribute. The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that some 152 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 years have to work, so they often have no time left for school.
In most developing countries, education budgets fall short of requirements. High levels of public debt, poor governance, corruption and a lack of organizational and managerial skills are further obstacles hampering the universal provision of quality education.
SOJHRO for accomplishing this task working along with strategy to compensate the parents as they could facilitate the child in well manner.