Preventing school dropout of 400 children in India

 
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Preventing school dropout of 400 children in India

Preventing school dropout of 400 children in India
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Children mainstreamed!

Children mainstreamed!
Quality education provided to children discharged from juvenile homes. (view small | med | large | orig)

Rafiq is back with his parents!

Rafiq is back with his parents!
After discharge from juvenile home, Rafiq is happy to be back home. (view small | med | large | orig)

Sapna after reconciling with her family!

Sapna after reconciling with her family!
Sapna was discharged from the juvenile home. After initial resistance from her family, she was accepted. Currently she is pursuing her ninth grade. (view small | med | large | orig)

Children of juvenile homes.

Children of juvenile homes.
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Catching up with studies!

Catching up with studies!
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Releasing the artistic skills!

Releasing the artistic skills!
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Dreaming of a better tomorrow!

Dreaming of a better tomorrow!
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Learning the basics!

Learning the basics!
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Arjun continues to study in spite of the odds!

Arjun continues to study in spite of the odds!
Photo from Progress Report '49 children mainstreamed back into formal schools!' (view small | med | large | orig)
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Organization

Project Leader

Rahul Thomas

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Mumbai, Maharashtra India

Where is this project located?

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