A Christian School Blesses Children In India
Tripura Missions School
World Outreach is dedicated to bringing the Gospel to the unreached. And that also includes children. Can you imagine the impact of Christian education in the life of a child from an unreached community?
Take a moment to meet *Sushmita and *Renuka from the Tripura Missions school in N.E. India. The school offers Christian English education to the local Bengali and Tripuri tribal communities.
*Sushmita is nine years old and walks 6km to get to Tripura Missions School – crossing a river and a railway track along the way. She plays competitive sports and dreams of becoming a pilot one day. As her parents cannot fully support her studies, the school would like to offer her partial sponsorship. Sushmita has shown a strong improvement in her school results and is keen to see other young girls in her village attend the school as well.
*Renuka is six years old and attends Kindergarten. Renuka is a quiet and calm girl. She has just lost her father after he climbed up a coconut tree to pick a coconut for her and fell out of the tree. Renuka is now cared for by her grandfather who is only able to do small-scale subsistence farming. He is, however, determined for Renuka to continue her schooling in order to equip her for the future. The school management is seeking funds so that she can continue with her studies despite her family’s tragic loss.
In an area lacking in schools, the Tripura missions school offers hope to children like Sushmita and Renuka, and to their parents and villages, for education to bring a better future.
However, funding is scarce as school fees are kept affordable. If you would like to sponsor education for children like Sushmita and Renuka, your contribution would make a significant difference.
Learn more about Tripura Mission School and what the specific needs are here.
How you can help?
Make a donation to sponsor children to attend Tripura Missions School.
Your donation will allow more children like Sushmita and Renuka to attend school.