Village Children

The Kanji Project funds field workers to work with children in rural villages and to set up children’s parliaments. As a community voice, the children’s parliaments are working to change the environment they live in.

Empowering Children

The Kanji Project provides funding for homework tuition clubs and children’s parliaments in twenty villages around the Kanji area.

The children’s parliaments encourage social activities and bonding as a group.

Having fun

The parliaments empower children to speak up and change things in their village, such as better sanitation, mosquito control measures and street lights.

The children’s parliaments funded by The Kanji Project, encourage children to discuss local issues that affect them.

Discussing issues

Children from different castes are encouraged to intermingle, important in building tolerance and friendship. We would like to expand these opportunities for the village children.

The Kanji Project provides funding for homework clubs in the rural villages where children can receive help and guidance in the evenings after school and an opportunity to support each other.

Homework clubs