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1. Shanghai Migrants' Children


In China, many farmers from the countryside have to migrate from far away rural villages to towns and cities looking for jobs because of pressing economic needs. They are known as migrant workers. The population of these migrant workers have grown from early migrating individuals to whole migrating families. Children of migrant workers have no roots nor formal urban registration. Their growth and educational needs have drawn our deep concern. In 2007, CRRS started subsidizing migrant workers' children in Shanghai, hoping to help them improve their quality of life and meet their educational needs. The period of subsidy was two years. 


2. Urgent Support


Offer helps to students who are suffering severely from diseases or accidents.