Education  India Project #20563

Educational Empowerment of Children in India

by Hyderabad Council of Human Welfare
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India
Educational Empowerment of Children in India

While reaching out to children at risk, we have found that they are from poor socio - economic background, living in the slums. All the children belong to families who are either below poverty line or where the family income per month is less than the minimum wages. In families, both the parents are daily wage earners with no guarantee of work. They are living in extreme poor housing and sanitary conditions and lag far behind in terms of household possessions and social entitlements.

At present education is imparted to the poor and neglected children at free of cost and It is decided that the necessary funds required to operate the school will be raised through sponsorship support from local and international donors - individuals and organizations. A period of 2-3 years is earmarked for the full-fledged set up of school with all systems in place and a strong back support of donors sponsoring all the children in school.

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In these days government has not issued any order to reopen  the school on regular basis , so as a poor parents some of them having smart phones and most of them not having smart phones for us to take the online classes so we suggested  those students having same class and they are nearby there friend’s house and those who cannot effort the smart phones we told them to gathered in one friend’s house like 5 or 7 students in one house and start taking online classes which our school is proving for higher students in this way the students will not lose the academic year 20-21.

 

 It is believed that engaging and imparting education to children is the best option to address the issues of protection, well-being and safeguarding their rights. We believe that education is the non-negotiable right of every child. Education is infact the only ladder for the growth and prosperity of human beings. The goal of our project is two-folded - while the focus is on educational mainstreaming of these children, the underlying concern is also the protection and safety of children.

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While reaching out to children at risk, we have found that they are from poor socio - economic background, living in the slums. All the children belong to families who are either below poverty line or where the family income per month is less than the minimum wages. In families, both the parents are daily wage earners with no guarantee of work. They are living in extreme poor housing and sanitary conditions and lag far behind in terms of household possessions and social entitlements.

 It is believed that engaging and imparting education to children is the best option to address the issues of protection, well-being and safeguarding their rights. We believe that education is the non-negotiable right of every child. Education is infact the only ladder for the growth and prosperity of human beings. The goal of our project is two-folded - while the focus is on educational mainstreaming of these children, the underlying concern is also the protection and safety of children.

 In these days government has not issued any order to reopen  the school on regular basis , so as a poor parents some of them having smart phones and most of them not having smart phones for us to take the online classes so we suggested  those students having same class and they are nearby there friend’s house and those who cannot effort the smart phones we told them to gathered in one friend’s house like 2 or 3 students in one house and start taking online classes which our school is proving for higher students in this way the students will not lose the academic year 20-21.

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While reaching out to children at risk, we have found that they are from poor socio - economic background, living in the slums. All the children belong to families who are either below poverty line or where the family income per month is less than the minimum wages. In families, both the parents are daily wage earners with no guarantee of work. They are living in extreme poor housing and sanitary conditions and lag far behind in terms of household possessions and social entitlements.

 It is believed that engaging and imparting education to children is the best option to address the issues of protection, well-being and safeguarding their rights. We believe that education is the non-negotiable right of every child. Education is infact the only ladder for the growth and prosperity of human beings. The goal of our project is two-folded - while the focus is on educational mainstreaming of these children, the underlying concern is also the protection and safety of children.

 At present education is imparted to the poor and neglected children at free of cost and It is decided that the necessary funds required to operate the school will be raised through sponsorship support from local and international donors - individuals and organizations. A period of 2-3 years is earmarked for the full-fledged set up of school with all systems in place and a strong back support of donors sponsoring all the children in school.

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First of all, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to GlobalGiving for their support in our efforts towards educational empowerment of poor and neglected children. Also, we would like to thank our donors for their trust in our work and their whole hearted support towards strengthening our efforts

 Now, we would like to take you through the highlights of the completed the present FA 4  Examination and let you know the recent developments. Our students are engaged in lots of things besides academics.

Our teachers and students are working hard for the Summative Assessments 2, which is going to be held in the month of March 2020.

Our Students also celebrated the Republic Day in the School also students went for the picnic.

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Hyderabad Council of Human Welfare

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana State - India
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