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77% of children in Grade 3-5 cannot read a Grade 2 text in the Banswara District of Rajasthan (ASER report 2018). The lack of access to quality reading materials in a language familiar to the child & poor access to books, especially to those from low income backgrounds, are contributing factors. Educate Girls & Pratham Books are looking to help address this issue by setting-up 250 Pratham Books classroom libraries in 250 government primary schools in Banswara that are currently part of the Educate Girls learning intervention.
There are no libraries within 40 km radius of our village. Students do not have access to any literature beyond textbooks. I am trying to start a public library that will be open to all, space where children, youth, old and other members of the community can come together to read and discuss.
Amdabad block in Katihar, Bihar, is a highly flood-prone area. Every year floods throw the school-system out of gear. Even children are bereft of a shelter during floods. However, against odds, we aim to inculcate reading habits in children. We look forward to making these books easily accessible so children may get interested and this could give them a boost to aim for a better future
Padhe Pranpur Badhe Pranpur, is an accelerated learning campaign initiated by Harsha Gajjarapu & Puja Paswan, in Pranpur Block of Katihar District. The main objective of the campaign is to set up reading corners/ functional libraries in the 12 demonstration schools and cultivate a reading habit in about 2500 children in Pranpur Block.
We wish to provide them with new and colorful storybooks in Gujarati, Hindi, and English to enhance their reading level and inculcate a healthy habit of reading among students. Let us come together and raise funds for students studying in rural Government schools. અમને સરકારી શાળા માં ભણતા ગામના બાળકો માટે નવી અને રંગીન ગુજરાતી, હિન્દી અને અંગ્રેજી પુસ્તકો ની વ્યવસ્થા કરવી છે જેથી બાળકો નું વાંચન સ્થર વધે અને રોજ પુસ્તકો વાંચવાની રુચિ અને આદત બની રહે.
"Hi ! We are 6 to 17 years old children from small villages in Tamilnadu. Every day, after school, we join up in Gramium Center to do our homework, learn about computers and English language. As children, we love imagining stories where we turn into pirates, soldiers or superheroes. By reading, we wish to enlarge our imagination but also improve our English skills ! It is said that we would also develop our attention, communication skills, memory skills, problem solving analysis... All this ?! Please ! Help us to access the wonderful world of books !"