We hope children will never know. Join us in a mission to help India's children read.
As several regions across India is recovering from the recent floods, there are several schools who have lost hundreds and thousands of reading material, some schools have lost entire libraries. This campaign is a small endeavour to provide them with some joyful reading material as they build back their schools. We aim to raise money for 5,000 books and distribute it directly to the schools affected by the floods. We have identified 5 schools and are in the process of adding more schools to the list. Let's come together to give #BookRelief
Azad India Foundation is raising funds to establish 20 libraries in Kishanganj government schools.The children require books to improve their reading and learning skills apart from curriculum textbooks. Help us to instill reading habits among young learners for life.
We are NGO working on Quality Education cause of Tribal kids. Under our 'Library In Every Class' project we give storybooks to school children from rural/tribal area in a customized Library bag which can be hanged on any classroom wall for easy book access and reducing infrastructure need. We need story books for 1st to 10th std students in MARATHI language. Pl help us reach to max children from remote rural and tribal schools.
We are setting up libraries in 10 Zilla Parished Schools in rural Maharashtra. Selected most of the schools are located in Marathwada region, which is less developed region in Maharashtra. Schools does not have separate libraries and hence children do not have access to read non-academics books which they really like to read. Books published by Pratham Books are more engaging and colorful books which instills a love of reading and help to improves reading skills.
We are two Gandhi fellows supporting our proactive government stakeholders – BRC - Kanchan Bhai and Alpesh Bhai along with our CRC - Sunil Bhai, Sandeep Bhai, Sheela Ben, and Dilip Bhai working with more than 50 rural and tribal schools of Surat district respectively where children do not have access to child-centric books or a creative space where they can improve and nurture their skills. We wish to set up child-friendly libraries focusing on reading, writing and speaking with trilingual fluency - Gujarati, English, and Hindi. Also, preparing the children with 21st-century skills through a designed curriculum in schools.
We have an active reading program where children from Class 2 to 8 (from this year up to 9th standard), are using our libraries set up in our rural schools. Every week the child will spend an hour in the library in the assigned period and read a book related to subject or a general topic, which helps the child get a better understanding about the subject and also improve the language.