Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust's primary schools provide children in disadvantaged rural and tribal areas with access to quality education in an interactive and joyful environment. Children are enabled to join mainstream schools, having become confident, independent learners. Access to education in these areas is limited: because it is often locally unavailable, because of domestic and economic pressures forcing children to work, and because it has traditionally not been accorded value. Nearly half of rural children in our area are out of school, and literacy levels are around just 33%. Education is the only ladder for these rural children to climb out of poverty. Children passing out of the school would have received a good quality education with English and computer literacy and holistic development, which would enable them to realize their full potential in any field they choose.