Better educated girls tend to grow to be healthier women, earn higher incomes, have fewer children, marry at a later age, and enable better health care & education for their children, and eventually help lift households, communities, and nations out of poverty.
500+ girls enrolled for vocational training
Girls’ education is also about ensuring that they learn vocational skills to effectively compete in the labor market, adapt to a changing world and contribute to their communities.
100+ girls in University
GIRLS IN UNIVERSITY
97% of the girls opted for higher education over marriage after finishing school at FFLV.
Regular Awareness Programs
To bring about a change in the society takes more than just educating a girl. Making her aware of her rights, her surroundings & empowering her from within is essential for her long term goals.
Over 6 million meals distributed
Feeding hundreds of poor women and children everyday since 1991 because no one deserves to go hungry, especially children.
Over 8000 trees planted
A single mature tree can release enough oxygen back into the atmosphere to support two human beings.
5308 Tonnes of trash removed
Increasing number of tourists in Vrindavan bring problems such as littering & pollution. FFLV moves over a ton of trash each day from the streets.
Eco friendly transport
11 bullock carts carrying hundreds of girls to school each day from over 10 different villages. A beautiful way to stay connected to the environment.