Innovation in a Crisis
As you know the world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic and it's no different in India. As schools closed due to the global pandemic, Miriam School, in its effort to break the cycle of poverty through education, realized that if its students were to continue in their education, each student would need the technological resources to continue their education online. By providing a $60.00 smart mobile device, Miriam School can ensure that each of its students has access to a quality education. In light of this, Miriam School hopes to raise $12,000 in order to provide devices for each of its two hundred students.
Who we are:
Miriam School has been serving the destitute and poor children from its inception in 1973 when Bishop Ernest & Rachel Komanapalli had founded the organization. The school started as a Primary School then grew into a High School to educate children in the Amalapuram children’s home and the poor children of Amalapuram. Thousands of children have graduated secondary education through this institution. Joshua Komanapalli is the person directing the school and charting the vision for sustainable education.