OBLF - One Billion Literates Foundation.

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    Tax Status: 12A,  80G,  FCRA

OBLF - One Billion Literates Foundation.

#72, Cunningham Apartments
5, Edward Road, 
Bangalore, Karnataka, 
India -560052

Our Mission

Imparting basic English Language & Computer skills to children attending Rural Government Primary schools to enable them to gain meaningful employment on reaching adulthood and empowering rural women by training & employing them to impart the above skill

Work and Achievements

One Billion Literates Foundation strives to bridge the urban-rural divide by providing quality education to rural children through use of latest technology. Children attending rural Government Primary schools are taught basic English Language and Computer skills, to give them an equal opportunity for gaining meaningful employment on reaching adulthood. 

  • OBLF – a Registered Charitable Trust, was founded in 2010, with 80G exemption, 12 A Certificate and FCRA Registration.
  • Goal - To enable underprivileged children to gain meaningful employment on reaching adulthood.
  • Path - Teaching English and computer skills to children of Rural Government Primary schools.
  • Strategy – To train and employ Rural women from the same communities to impart the above skills.
  • Impact – Currently we are impacting the lives of over 1000 rural children in 25 rural govt primary schools.
  • Modus Operandi -  
    • Sign MOU with State Education Department.
    • Adopt Rural Govt. Primary schools with available infrastructure.
    • Involve community through employment of local women.
  • USP - Cost per child less than Rs.3K p.a. & Management costs well under 5 %.
    • Measurable Outcomes of the impact of our intervention.  
  • Target – To impact about 2500 children in 2017-18 

For FCRA donations, please directly contact Ruby Kamdin - Director at ruby.kamdin@gmail.com or call on 919632600650

Fund Utilisation Statement

The Funds generated will be utilised for more than doubling our beneficiaries in 2017-18 from 1000 to 2500 rural children and 30 rural women to over 60 rural women, by running our program in over 40 rural Government primary schools

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