IIMPACT

IIMPACT's mission is to mobilise and motivate non-school going illiterate girls between the ages of 6 to 14 and to ensure them quality primary education. We focus on the girl child drawn from poor, socially backward rural areas and disadvantaged communities and put them firmly on the track of literacy through primary education. This has a positive impact not only on the girls, but their families and society as they grow into young adults. VISION:To run 2,000 schools - educating 60,000 girls
Oct 28, 2014

Quarterly Review - October 2014

                                                                                                           

Dear Friends,

 

Wishing you and your families a very prosperous and joyful Diwali. May this festive season bring you health, happiness and success.

 

The last quarter was an eventful one . We introduced centres in the deprived and remote tribal areas of Banswara in Rajasthan and Khargone in Madhya Pradesh, in keeping with our aim to reach out to more and more out-of-school girls with quality education.

 

A girl who is denied education is more vulnerable to poverty, hunger  and trafficking. On my recent visit to Kolkata I personally met girls who were trafficked from the Diamond Harbour Block where IIMPACT runs 60 learning centres.  With our consistent efforts we managed to locate young idle girls who are now happy to come to the learning centres. Our teachers provide both the girls and their parents with comforting attention. Their parents take great comfort in the fact that their girls are secure. Your support has helped make this possible.

 

Regards

 

Urvashi

 

 

 

 

Attached is our quarterly review.


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Jul 25, 2014

Quarterly Update - July 2014

Dear Friends,

Here is a special report containing case studies of our girls who have overcome unimaginable hurdle in their lives.

IIMPACT believes that each girl has the potential to be literate regardless of her social and economic background. This Quarterly Report depicts, through examples, how the self-esteem and confidence of our girls is gradually built up. The girls are ever eager to showcase all that they have learnt. Most importantly, we see a reduction in the instances of early marriages in the villages where we work.

Your meaningful  support has helped us break the vicious cycle of poverty and inequity. Thank you for your constant encouragement.

Enjoy reading their stories!

Best Wishes

Urvashi


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May 8, 2014

Quarterly Report - April 2014

Dear Friends,

Greetings from IIMPACT !

With your support  in 2013 -2014, we were able to reach out to a large number of out of school girls , with your support we have increased our footprint.

The strengthened support of our donors has enabled us to provide education to over 38,000 girls in ten states of India. These are the states where we still find a significant number of out of school girls.

Our sincere thanks to our supporters who share our passion for the cause of girl child education.

We are pleased to share with you our latest Quarterly News - link provided below.

We look forward to your continued support of the numerous girls who inspire and energise us by their personal journey of transformation.

With Best Wishes

Urvashi Nair


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