Recent study says that a lot of socio - economically backward children in India are facing psychological setback with the sudden shift of Education into Digital Mode after Covid Lock-down. Children cannot afford a smart phone or a laptop and so are bound to depreciate in their learning outcomes or even can drop out of Education. The funding from this project shall facilitate low cost smart phones or laptops to such needy children and help them sustain their education and excel too.
AROH has more than 1000 children who are enrolled in government schools and are facing major stumbling block in attending the online schooling session in absence of Smart Phones, Computers or Laptops. AROH plans to cover maximum of these children and facilitate provision technological gadgets and ensure seamless education for these children.
AROH has identified vendors providing low cost, preowned laptops, smart phones and Tablets. Funding from the fundraiser shall be used to procure digital learning gadgets from the vendor and facilitate the same to pre identified poor slum children for continuing their education as they cannot afford to buy it.
The project will help 1000 children continue and complete their cycle of primary education. Digital will also be the next generation learning methodology and so we aim to train all our children, staff in the same pedagogy. A resource pool will be created in the community through capacity building and training of teachers for long term sustainability. The project would also help in reducing child labour and restoring their Right to Education, thereby giving them a brighter future.
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