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Mizo charity group sponsors school children

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AIZAWL, April 24 - Zo Ri-mawi International, a Mizoram-based charity group, has launched a children�s education sponsorship programme.

The sponsorship programme was inaugurated by Tobias Bende of Germany last month. The charity group has begun sponsoring economically poor students, one each from five schools � Government Rev Thianga Primary School, Government KM High School, Government Salem Middle School, Presbyterian English School Thingsulthliah and Edventist English School � from the current academic session 2019-2020, the organisation vice president, C Luri, said. She also said that the organisation would bear all the educational expenses of the students.

Initially, the organisation will give sponsorship to the students � some of them in primary schools � till Class XII, she said, adding, if there are promising students they would be aided till graduation.

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Mizo charity group sponsors school children

AIZAWL, April 24 - Zo Ri-mawi International, a Mizoram-based charity group, has launched a children�s education sponsorship programme.

The sponsorship programme was inaugurated by Tobias Bende of Germany last month. The charity group has begun sponsoring economically poor students, one each from five schools � Government Rev Thianga Primary School, Government KM High School, Government Salem Middle School, Presbyterian English School Thingsulthliah and Edventist English School � from the current academic session 2019-2020, the organisation vice president, C Luri, said. She also said that the organisation would bear all the educational expenses of the students.

Initially, the organisation will give sponsorship to the students � some of them in primary schools � till Class XII, she said, adding, if there are promising students they would be aided till graduation.

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