Growing up in poverty limits one's opportunities, but Opus III is determined to encourage the youth in some of the poorest communities of Jaipur to dream big.
The Belgian NGO Opus III, and their Indian partner organization, Drydan Social Welfare Society focus mainly on education, as they believe it is the key to development and raising people out of poverty. They provide education to over 1200 children in Jaipur.
Jyoti Sahkya, 9th class.
"I want to help establish a just country where everybody is equal in the eye of the law. Our teachers advise us to keep away from all evil and they always try to make us a good person."
Kamlesh Gurjar, 8th class.
"I want to be an engineer so that I may discover something new, so I can help build up our country."
Alka Verma, 6th class.
"I want to be a teacher and be helpful in the raising of children. Our school is outstanding. I received a new life from it."
Akash Kadera, 6th class.
"I want to be an officer to make my parents proud. I want to protect others, and be responsible for the extinction of evil from society."
Akash Kumar, 9th class.
"I want to be a doctor and give my service to poor people. I will treat them without cost. I want to make my parents proud."
Kachan Chouahan, 9th class.
"I want to be an officer because I want to establish a good society without crime and injustice. I want to work on ending terrorism in the nation."