Positive Thoughts

"Never forget Three Type of people in your life. 1. Who helped you in your difficult time. 2. Who left you in your difficult times. 3. Who put you in difficult time "


Education can address some of societies’ deeply rooted inequalities. These inequalities condemn millions of children, particularly girls, to a life without quality education – and, therefore, to a life of missed  opportunities. Education also fosters a positive outlook and allows us to believe in ourselves. Human Development Index ranking 126/177 (2006-hdi report) states that Education is very important in the present day life, and no one should be deprived of it.

Education makes man a right thinker, and helps to make right and informed choices.  One is more productive, can earn better wages, protect one’s health and have a voice in the society. The power of education extends across generations.


  •  Total adult literacy rate (%), 2000–2007* is 65.38% (Male 75.85%, Female  54.16%) – average world literacy 80%  (UNICEF report 2008) 
  •  Primary school net enrollment/ attendance (%), 2000–2007* is 83 % (UNICEF report2008)
  •  Children reaching grade V - 59.8 %(2000/01) (Census 2001)
  •  Gross Enrollment Ratio girls (Class 6-8) 56% (department of education – Government of India)

 In this direction, MaFo is providing opportunities and supporting underprivileged sections to go back to school or pursue higher education.

           MaFo believes that quality education should be accessible to all.