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At least 35 million children aged 6 – 14 years do not attend school and in nearly 60% of schools, there are less than two teachers to teach Classes I to V.

​अक्षर (Akshar) is a national level program initiated by Fauji ke Alfaaz, which is committed to provide basic education to the underprivileged  children.

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अक्षर (Akshar) is a national level program initiated by Fauji ke Alfaaz, which is committed to provide basic education to the underprivileged children. Wheather you are working on health, women empowerment, employment generation etc., for all these education is the best place to start. 





33 Million Children in India are engaged in Child Labor.

In nearly 60% of the schools, there are less than tow teachers to teach classes I to V.

25 Million children are at risk of acute hunger.

1 in 4 school going children have dropped out of school.

More than 50% of girls fail to enroll in school; those that do are likely to drop out by the age of 12.

Fauji ke Alfaaz's अक्षर (Akshar) initiative includes education for underprivileged children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labor, children of poorest of the parents, children infected with diseases, street and runaway children with some disabilities, disaster struck children ans slum children. Special emphasis is given to girl and women education. 

In it's first year of establishment i.e., 2018 Fauji ke Alfaaz aims to give direct benefit to at least 1000 underprivileged children from the mission अक्षर.

​However, mission अक्षर would be dedicated to upto 12th standard studies. Nevertheless, another mission of Fauji ke Alfaaz, 'वर्णमाला' (Varn-maala) would be dealing with the studies  of underprivileged children at graduation level.

10 advantages of Education

Poverty Reduction

Health Benfits

Reduce gender based violence

Higher Income

Promotes Equality

Discourage Crime

Reduces child marriage

Reduce maternal death rates



Economic Growth