EDUCATION, Transforming lives

SIF strongly believes that every child should have access to quality education irrespective of class, creed, gender, religion and caste. Education plays a pivotal role in improving the quality of life and helps in the progress of individual, society, and nations. Since quality education influences every aspect of human life, we came up with different programs that aim to uplift the educational standards of children from underserved communities.

We conduct door-to-door awareness campaigns to sensitize the parents about the need to enroll children, particularly girls and school drop-outs in schools. We prioritize girls’ education as we believe an educated girl can influence and transform the lives of her future generation. Through various interventions, we are committed to putting the poor children in the orbit of higher education and career advancement and our strong belief is that every child must be in school and should have access to quality education.

We enrolled a large number of children in the government run welfare hostels with a view to keep them in a safe and secure environment, so that they can focus on their studies. We engage with parents, communities and civil society organizations to fulfil the educational aspirations of poor children.

We helped children understand the power of education and ensured they reach their full potential for a brighter future with the help of our different programs concerning education and livelihood.

We partnered with the Government’s Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Program to promote universal elementary education across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Over 10,000 children were reached out in our endeavor to advance social justice and equality through access to universal education

Synergy India Foundation contributed Rs 30.60 lakh towards construction of two storied buildings for the Government’s Girls and Boys High schools at Trimulgherry, Hyderabad, in 2009. Computer labs, libraries, science laboratories, office rooms etc., facilities were provided in both boys and girls’ institutions and are being well maintained


  • Enrolment of school-aged children and school dropouts, particularly girls
  • Adoption of Schools
  • Upgradation of new school buildings Improving infrastructural facilities in government schools
  • Distribution of textbooks and notebooks to poor children in slum areas
  • Active engagement with parents and community members
  • Sensitization of parents and community members on importance of education

Every Contribution goes a long way