This project provides daily meal to 250 underprivileged tribal children in our education centers. The tribal parents work in hazardous jobs like wood cutting, brick kilns and work as bonded labor in rice mills and return in late night hours and their children sleep without food. Due to pandemic, they lost their job too. The schools are lockdown and the free midday meal also not available for children
The schools are locked down and the free midday meal also not available for children.Tribal kids face malnutrition. Their parent's illiteracy, inefficiency and poverty drive to hazardous work like wood cutting, brick kilns and as bonded labor in rice mills for low wages. Due to pandemic, they lost their job too. After this provision the tribal children health condition will improve and they will be ready to go to school when lock down lifts.
Tribal community is encouraged by CHHASE to send their children to school regularly. This first generation learners need encouragement and awareness about the benefits of education, which we are providing regularly. But now everything went wrong due to COVID-19 pandemic. Now it is high time to keep this children healthy and ready to go to school, when the lockdowns closes.
CHHASE serves students from 1st grade through 12th grade and supports them to reach their full academic potential, prepare for college, and in turn give their time and talents back to their communities. We partner with parents, teachers, and the community to address the comprehensive education needs of our children and advocate for healthy families.