Shanga is an association formed by a group of friends, which you can become part of. It is a personal and selfless non-profit initiative whose objective is to provide education for children from an isolated region of India whom, due to their geographical location, can't count with education from their government.
Our mission is to give access to basic education (10 academic years) and nourishment to children that come from economically challenged families. We don't have big means nor a defined infrastructure. What we basically hope to accomplish is to offer help as directly as possible without losing money on bureaucratic or structural costs.
It all began by chance. Someone asked her medication, then received a petition that thousands of Western tourists. In their eagerness to help. Neneta Herrero finished visiting a group of villages in the region. In one, children who showed him how his school had been entirely destroyed. Neneta decided to build a new one.
In 2004 he started the project of building the school, "Mary Soliña." Neneta Smith and a group of friends created the NGO Sangha (friend, language bank), which undertook to purchase the land, to complete the formalities in India and to channel the aid it receives in Spain. He now has 290 members (most of Cangas, Moana and Vigo) and 340 schoolchildren. The school recently expanded with the construction of a second building and installing electricity.
ShangaIndia, 2010 C.I.F: G36500031
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