Project Sitara Foundation is a student-led not-profit organisation working towards enabling children from underserved communities in Karnataka, India to become self-sufficient. It was recognised as a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in accordance with the Indian Trusts Act 1882.
In the last two years, Sitara has predominantly worked with orphan children, visually impaired children and children of migrant workers in Karnataka. Our two-fold system enables us to serve as education providers for children that do not have access to meaningful education, as well as get hands-on with our 21st century skill building curriculum to become better citizens as each day passes by. We leverage local language and offer tech and non-tech solutions to make education truly inclusive and accessible.
The entire organisation is run by young adults aged between 16 - 25 years, who are passionate about fixing gaps in the education space that they have either faced first-hand or seen children and/or educators face.