Dec 12, 2017

functional women literacy center

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Computer Based Functional Women Literacy Programme


Under the Computer Based Functional Women Literacy Programme, the adolescent girls and women of the urban slums and rural villages of Rajasthan where majority of adolescent girls and women are drop out/illiterate and willing to literate as well as wanted to get entrepreneurship training of self reliant.

 

The locations are Bharatpur and Alwar districts. In these districts Sahyog finished survey in deprived areas and selected 8 centres and 480 women has been enrolled in the program.
Started with the functional computer based literacy class for women 

 

Centres are in the areas in the district:

 

Alwar
  • Bhangrah
  • Neelkanth
  • Pandrupol
  • Tijara

 

 Bharatpur
  • Noh
  • Bayana
  • Malah
  • Deeg

 

Under 8 WLC centers, 480 Beneficiaries benefitted through this project till September’2017. By the women literacy centers (WLC) girls/women would be enough confident to face challenges of life.

 
  • They are learning and can be able to fill various formats which are useful in day to day life i.e. bank withdrawal slip, railway reservation form etc.
  • They are knowing about their rights
  • Now they are aware on general issues and self–confidence and ability to think critically and fostering decision-making skills in the beneficiaries. 
  • They are able to sale product or do jobs for their livelihood as they are self dependant.
  • They are more confident.
Sep 18, 2017

Computer Based Functional Women Literacy Programme

Under the Computer Based Functional Women Literacy Programme, the adolescent girls and women of the urban slums and rural villages of Rajasthan where majority of adolescent girls and women are drop out/illiterate and willing to literate as well as wanted to get entrepreneurship training of self reliant.

 

The locations are Bharatpur and Alwar districts. In these districts Sahyog finished survey in deprived areas and selected 8 centres and 480 women has been enrolled in the program.

 

Centres are in the areas in the district:

 

Alwar

  • Bhangrah
  • Neelkanth
  • Pandrupol
  • Tijara

 

 Bharatpur

  • Noh
  • Bayana
  • Malah
  • Deeg

 

Under 8 ALC centers, 480 Beneficiaries benefitted through this project till September’2017. By the adult literacy centers (ALC) girls/women would be enough confident to face challenges of life.

 

  • They are learning and can be able to fill various formats which are useful in day to day life i.e. bank withdrawal slip, railway reservation form etc.
  • They are knowing about their rights
  • Now they are aware on general issues and self–confidence and ability to think critically and fostering decision-making skills in the beneficiaries. 
  • They are able to sale product or do jobs for their livelihood as they are self dependant.
Jun 19, 2017

Survey continuing

 

Sahyog care for you has picked the location in Rajasthan. The locations are Bharatpur and Alwar districts. In these districts Sahyog started survey in deprived areas to select centres and women to enrol in the program.

Alwar

  • Bhangrah
  • Neelkanth
  • Pandrupol
  • Tijara

 Bharatpur

  • Noh
  • Bayana
  • Malah
  • Deeg

 

In beginning, the program will start with only one centre; it was very difficult to motivate and encourage women for the classes. Surveyor started to take small group meetings to talk on the importance of education in life but no women wants to talk on this matter. After some time surveyor is able to give some overview about the advantages of literacy. After these efforts, some women were ready to join course. Sahyog is going to start one hour daily to teach them from the Hindi alphabets with the help of desktop computers.

Soon Sahyog care will be able to start our first batch with 30 -30 women from underprivileged areas in both districts.

 
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