Continuing Education and Assistance


GoodWeave has freed nearly 3,600 children from weaving looms, providing each with the educational and other opportunities needed to embark on a new path in life. After being reunited with their families whenever possible, rescued children—most of whom have never seen the inside of a classroom—are offered a fully sponsored education through grade 10 or the age of 18, whichever comes first.

GoodWeave matches each rescued child with an educational program, depending on whether they need to be close to home or at a boarding school. Children start with intensive literacy and math training to prepare them for formal education, which includes language training, social studies, math and science. Children also enjoy recreational activities and extracurricular pursuits in music and art.

Part of Solution

  • Ending Child Labor in the Rug Industry

  • Photos

    • Hamro ghar 2012