PROGRAMMES FRAMEWORK
AND STRATEGIES

Our programme framework has been custom designed keeping in mind the areas and themes we work in, with the ultimate goal of transforming lives of children from marginalised communities through access to quality education.

Contextual Padagogy for Education

Child Friendly Space For Learning

Evidence Based Engagement with Govt. and Other Stake Holders

Community Engagement to Access Educational Services

Improved Access to Quality Education to Children of Marginalized Communities

PROGRAMMES

Our 6 unique pilot programmes are based in diverse locations throughout India. We work with children from 49 most marginalised communities to help them become educated, self-sufficient and successful individuals through holistic development.

Mother-Tongue based Multi-lingual Education in Inter-state border areas

29,422 children are benefitting from the materials developed in 8 tribal languages being used in 10 districts in 7 states.

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Inclusive Education for children from the most backward (Musahar) community

15,621 children from the Musahar Community have been empowered through education.

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Integral Education for Adolescent girls

2000 girls between the age of 14 to 18 years will be empowered to release their full potential through career guidance and IT & life-skills training by March 2016.

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Child Rights and Child Protection for Children in Quarry areas

29,422 children are benefitting from the materials developed in 8 tribal languages being used in 10 districts in 7 states.

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Child Rights and Child Protection for Children in Conflict Areas

9681 children from conflict areas of Gujarat, Jharkhand and Orrisa have been supported through psycho-social counselling, while also providing them with proper education.

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Early Childhood Education

6261 children from the age group 0-6 years, are now enrolled in schools and are receiving proper education.

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ENGAGEMENT WITH THE GOVERNMENT
AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS

The coming in of Right to Education Act provides a big opportunity for plugging in implementation and policy gaps in elementary education across groups in India. Engagement with the Government is one prominent mode through which these gaps can be made visible and decisions influenced.

There is need to break through the homogenized and centralized approaches in education by lobbying for contextual approaches that can realize the learning potential of marginal groups.

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