Looking for teacher/organisation that teaches illiterate Indian adults to read/write

#1 Apr 24th, 2012, 04:46
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Hello,
I am looking for anyone who can help me find a person or organisation in Goa that teaches Indian adults to read and write. I want to sponsor an Indian girl of 17 years of age who spends the tourist season in Anjuna, Goa selling jewelry on the beaches and returns to her home province of Karnataka during the off-season, therefore ideally I am looking for something that would be easy to get to from Anjuna. The idea is that I will bear all financial implications, so I am not looking for a charity that would take her in, but looking for some sort of adult education organisations.
Any suggestions are welcome!
Thank you,
Malinda
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#2 Apr 26th, 2012, 14:33
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Passing on a pointer that I found on Google that may help you. Try contacting them through "Contact Us" on the website.

http://www.tataliteracy.com/tata_solution_overview.htm#
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Thank you! I did not get a chance to see this till now. Appreciate the help. We are currently planning another trip to India, this time flying to Delhi, visiting Agra, and Jaipur by train , then making our way down to Goa again. Any tips on what to not miss in Delhi? Also, are there any noteworthy places to stop at between Jaipur and Goa (not Mumbai). Thank you!
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My suggestions could be more pertinent if you mention your interests & if you have been to Delhi earlier & what all you have already seen.

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