We hope children will never know. Join us in a mission to help India's children read.
Our organisation's mission is to Empower children & youth living in marginalize conditions with life skills programme using experiential learning methodology to create resilience and opportunities to face the real life. We are working in 2 BMC schools where we want to build libraries.
I am Gandhi fellow to work improve the quality of education in jaisalmer district. I'm presently work rural area of pokaran and find the need of the students what we do to improving his reading and learning skills. It's doesn't matter how much you donate but a little donation make you happiness on your face also making a happy face of benifical student.
As Kerala 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 10,000 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 #booksforKerala
"A child who reads will be a adult who thinks. " I am Gandhi fellow working with CRC (Cluster resource co-ordinator) in goverment school of Bardoli block, Surat district. Our aim is to inculcate reading habits among children by providing them age-appropriate books which would not only enhance their language skills but also their knowledge, cognitive skills, creativity etc. For this purpose, we require library books for 4 Schools where they have library but lack child -friendly books.
It is a program for rural children to provide them good education. They are those children , who are not getting proper education. It happens due to lack of study materials. So please shake your hand with us to educate them.
Roshni Educational Society was founded in the year 2007 with a view to providing quality education to the underprivileged children of the area. The project, started with eight to ten children, has now a strength of 250 students. Most of the students are first generation learners and nearly 50 students have been sponsored by us for studying in regular CBSE affiliated schools for their higher classes. At present we are running two centres in Faridabad. We, as guardians of the students studying in other schools, take care of their academic performance and progress.