In rural areas in particular, many parents traditionally keep their daughters at home and marry them off early. The education of girls is a central key for the sustainable social, political and economic development of a country. After all, educated girls marry later, have fewer children and learn how to prevent illness. Their children are healthier, better nourished and attend school more often. Education is one of the most effective solutions in the fight against poverty and population growth.
Not every child needs the same amount of support and the awarding of scholarships depends on various factors. The economic situation of the family, abilities and talents as well as the will to learn are central elements.
It may be that one child needs a full scholarship due to the parents' economic situation and another child only needs partial support. The bundling of donations in one fund allows for efficient and effective support. You're not just helping one child, but a group of children.