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Chain Philanthropy

a startup idea shared by Sazzad Hossain on 11/16/2013

We hope to be able to solve many problem concurrently and unleashing the maximum potential of an individual. We propose to start a self-sustaining school where most of the teachers would be talented but needy college( University) students and they would teach the orphan, poor and needy children basic literacy and practical skills ranging from agriculture, culinary skills to computer programming. The " teacher" would receive financial aid to pay their college(university) tuition fees and scholarship for further studies for their contribution to the school. The "students" would have to contribute a shift (4-6 hours a day) working for the school owned business such as poultry farm, restaurants for getting their basic necessities such as free education, food and accommodation.

Chain Philanthropy

education

Philanthropy

poverty

practical skills

social work

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