Educating Her

Our Impact!

09/02/2022: Helping Aspiring Doctor – When Sri Lakshmi lost her Husband during pandemic, all her dreams got shattered, her only daughter Suguna needed financial support to start her MBBS college, Educating her extremely proud to work with Suguna to get her MBBS admission by raising rupees 2 Lakhs Fifty thousand and be part of her dream of becoming Doctor.

06/04/2022 – School Kids Education:  Sumasri a House maid in Hyderabad was struggling to pay their daughters school education and has decided to convert them to house maid’s but “Educating Her” team took right action in team sponsoring about 4 Lakh 40 Thousand rupees for kids school education, school dress, school supplies, both kids are now continuing their education for last 2 years.


03/01/2022 – Data Science Students Education: Computer science students of RBVRR College in Hyderabad were about to get dropped out of college as they couldn’t afford to pay their college fees due to their economic situation, we raised rupees 4 Lakshs 80 thousand to sponsor their education for one year and college supplies, Educating Her wishes these aspiring graduates a bright future a head.

11/20/2021 – Milk Supply to Buhoma school kids : Buhoma aid aims at supporting vulnerable, needy individual and groups of people which includes the sick in the hospitals, old people, needy children in schools ,orphans, disabled, the poor in deep villages, extended polygamy families among others, sponsored, we sponsored milk for Buhoma school kids by raising $1240, motivating them to come to school for better education with food.

07/15/2021 – Girls School Education : Yashodha a single-mom who works as a cook in house’s in Bangalore raising 2 kids, Shwetha and Krithika, these girls are studying classes 7 and 8 respectively at Sun Glory High School, Magadi road, Bangalore, during pandemic Yashodha couldn’t afford to pay her kids school fees, with the help of educating her team in Hyderabad, we raised about rupees 4.5 Lakhs to sponsor girls education for one year, school dress, school supplies and groceries, both Shwetha and Krithika are back to school pursuing their education, Educating Her team is extremely proud for helping such kids.

05/04/2021 – Covid-19 Oxygen Drive : Educating Her team, is working hard on the logistics for concentrators as we face restrictions/rules imposed on our supplier by the ED (Enforcement Directorate) we are now on wait list and while we take the requests we can’t confirm availability yet, we already committed our allocated funds for current batch supply of the concentrators. We are closely monitoring the situation and work out the best possible way. We are still mobilizing the funds and shall reserve concentrators as the situation ease out.

05/04/2021 – Covid-19 Vaccine Drive : Educating Her team, is working hard on the logistics for vaccines, Govt of India now limited supply of Vaccines to private hospitals and this month they are prioritizing Vaccine only to Govt hospitals with age restriction in place. Our Educating Her team is mobilizing funds and would be supplying basic needs basket of one month supplies of (Rice, pulses, masks, sanitizers, gloves) to old-age homes in South India, our team is also helping with to and from transportation to vaccine centers for old and poor families.

02/01/2021 – 03/30/2021 – Girls Education : Educating Her Team worked with local schools in South India, explored the situation of lack of school supplies and have committed to donate to school infrastructure and supplies on recurring basis.

01/01/2021 – Girls Education : In partnership with Malala Fund Organization executed fund raising events with local volunteers in Redmond and Bothell areas.


Gender inequality is a major cause and effect of hunger and poverty: it is estimated that 60 percent of chronically hungry people are women and girls. (Source: WFP Gender Policy and Strategy.)

On average, women make up about 43 percent of the agricultural labour force in developing countries. Evidence indicates that if these women had the same access to productive resources as men, they could increase yields on their farms by 20 to 30 percent, raising total agricultural output in these countries by 2.5 to 4 percent. This would reduce the number of hungry people in the world by around 12 to 17 percent.

Almost 70 percent of employed women in South Asia work in agriculture, as do more than 60 percent of employed women in sub-Saharan Africa. This highlights the importance of developing policies and programmes that address their needs, interests and constraints.

Less than 20 percent of the world's landholders are women. Women represent fewer than 5 percent of all agricultural landholders in North Africa and West Asia, while in sub- Saharan Africa they make up an average of 15 percent.

Women in sub-Saharan Africa collectively spend about 40 billion hours a year collecting water. Per week, women in Guinea collect water for 5.7 hours, compared to 2.3 hours for men; in Sierra Leone women spend 7.3 compared to 4.5 hours for men; and in Malawi this figure is 9.1 compared to 1.1 hours. This significantly impacts women's employment opportunities.