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community Action Society, in collaboration with Sarva Shiksha Mission Kolkata opened two Residential Unit to Support under privileged Boys and Girls who are deprived of basic elementary education and were dwelling in vuhe uniqueness of this residential units being its location within the school premises and the children attend the same formal Government Schools.
Lakshya Ek Behtar Samaaj was started by Ranjesh Singh. Having worked himself as a manual scavenger, Ranjesh founded Lakshya to support children of manual scavengers. Hailing from Assam, these communities migrate to Lucknow in search of work. As they have no social entitlements, their children were out of school. Through Lakshya, these children are being mainstreamed, they get out of school support and exposure to various social issues. I'm raising books for 2 Library sets for 2 of their centres- Ranjesh says he will call it Kitabon ki Duniya!
DAS’s holistic approach intensified in the areas of education, addressing the needs of different age group in the form of 6 pre-schools, 4 preparatory centers, open school (NOS) for older girls to complete class X, and 2 Non-Residential camps for out of school-- to mainstream either to the Govt. school or a vocation. As books are important system of Education Process we request for' library in a classroom 'concept to be set up in all our centers ans schools.
Eight years ago, Premlata graduated from the girls’ school in Kaliyachak village, Bihar. Her hard work earned her a position at the local government school to finish her higher secondary, an engineering degree and finally, a teaching career. Just after she graduated, the girls’ school shut down. The students have no other place to turn and in our country, where too many girls aren’t allowed to attend school, this school in Kaliyachak was a real gem. With your help, we can guarantee a full year of education for 350 girls who have no other options. No donation is too small!