Voice of Nation Foundation
We aim at improving the well being and providing relief to the marginalized and underprivileged sections of people of Bangalore, with the motto of the betterment of lives and installing courage and positivity amongst people.


India has the largest number of child labours under the age of 14 in the world. Although poverty is often cited as the cause underlying child labour, Other factors such as discrimination, social exclusion, as well as the lack of quality education or existing parents‟ attitudes and perceptions about child labour and the role and value of education need also to be considered. 60% or more girls dropped out before completing their five years of primary education. There are also concerns relating to teacher training, the quality of the curriculum, assessment of learning achievements and the efficiency of school management. Given the scarcity of quality schools, many children drop out before completing five years of primary education. The world has recognized India as an economic superpower. Urban India is shining. At the same time teeming millions living in the slum area are struggling for two ends to meet. They have been deprived of eating the fruits of this progress. This is Bharat. There is a difference between urban India and poor Bharat.


We Voice Of Nation Foundation by the “Sushikshana learning centre” Project try to bridge this gap by providing quality education to poor slum children. To eliminate poverty education is the only tool by which people can earn more, know how to raise the standard of living and have a vision of better life. Why are children not coming to school? Many surveys have been conducted to know the causes. Some of the reasons are poverty, ignorance of the parents, not understand the importance of education etc. but one of the reasons why students are not coming to school is, there is no joy of learning. Education is not interesting and useful. To bridge the gap between urban India and poor Bharat, we have implemented a unique idea: introduce the “Sushikshana learning centre” Project to supplement the inadequate education inputs offered to pupils in the slum areas of Bengaluru. The idea is to bring school and various other amenities like audio-visual aids, library, laboratory and computers to urban deprived kids. By arranging these and other various educational programs, we try to raise the educational standard of the students and enrolling more and more children in the schools. They must learn how to live a better life, inculcate higher value in their life and thus become the better citizen of our country and have a global outlook. The latest UNESCO report on education entitled “Learning to be” says, the physical, intellectual, emotional and ethnic integration of the individual into complete man is a broad definition of the fundamental aim of education.” We try to impart this kind of education through our “Sushikshana learning centre” Project

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We take pride in being responsive, making a difference at a critical point in underprivileged children’s lives. We have been doing this since 2017, working with volunteers and change enablers, and we envisage continuing doing so for the ‘long haul’ – supporting all future generations of our country