Ariel was founded on the premise that low levels of primary school enrollment and high levels of absenteeism within underprivileged communities stems from not just financial constraints, but also behavior and habits. If you develop a school-going habit at age four, the child is more likely to go to school regularly at age six or seven, when most children enter first grade in Bangladesh.
Ariel is also found on the premise that girls from poor families often get the short end of the stick when it comes to investment in health and education. Ariel seeks to correct this imbalance. Field research in Rayer Bazar also indicated that low-income parents, given the option, generally preferred to send their young daughters to girls-only schools.
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