JKWS Rural Reading Program

by Janakalyan welfare society

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₹ 20000

382 books

donated out of 500 required




funds raised
76% Complete
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  • Impact: 450 children
  • Languages: Telugu
  • Beneficiary Type: Not-for-Profit Organisation
  • Location: Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh
  • Website: http://jkws.org

Our story

JKWS ( Janakalyan Welfare Society) is working in 9 villages of E.G.Dist., where we are organizing 9 SEC centers (Supplementary Education Centers) for poorer sections of the society. In all the 9 centers 450 children studying in the centers. During the study hours children will be given story books for reading.We need more books for the library in Telugu for the reading level of the children. So help our children to become knowledgeable. We are looking for library kits for 4 of our centres.

Who we are

JKWS established in 1992. Our focus is children. We established 9 SEC centers to bridge the educational gap between rural and urban children. JKWS have 9 teachers from the community to teach the children after school hours. We wish to provide more number of books in Telugu at their level to provide reading habit which help them to get general knowledge.

Our work and its impact

JKWS is a not for profit organization. JKWS is organizing 9 SEC centers at 9 rural villages and 450 rural children on our rolls. The parents belongs to agricultural laborers and the children are the first generation learners. To make their learning happy we are providing each center a kit of books of 100 in number. All the books are with pictures, stories of our great heroes who brought fame name to our country. The children are very enthusiastic and attend classes regularly because of the library.

How we will utilize these funds

This is the second Donate-a-Book campaign we are running. JKWS wishes to strengthen the present library kits in 4 centres by supplementing new books in the regional language. The collected funds will be utilized to purchase more variety of books which will be interesting to the children