The Blue House Project is a non-profit organization founded to support disadvantaged families living in tents in the desert of Pushkar (Rajasthan - India). Through Education, Employment and Primary Life Needs we help these families to escape the intergenerational cycle of poverty. We send over 50 children belonging to lower castes to the local school. In our project center 'the Blue House', we provide tuition and lunch after school. In addition, we employ the parents and supply basic life needs such as monthly food and shelter.
The project is founded and run by Dutch student Jaira Sona and Pushkar locals Javari and Sunil. Read more about our story.
The project is largely funded by the sale of silver jewelry from Pushkar
and products handmade by the mothers of our school children.
100% of the profit of the handmade products made by the mothers of our schoolchildren is given to the woman who made the product. This is the families' main form of income.
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