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Send Village Children to School

by Gyan Jyoty Rural Development welfare Trust Bodhgaya
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School
Send Village Children to School

We just sharing our experience in covid pandemic because of this pandemic  our day school children are not attending the school because  of prevention of corona but we are providing them education through our teachers after their home visit. Our teachers visiting their home providing them lesson plan for a week and next week again teachers visit them and collect their home work plan and provide them new lesson plan and if there is any problem exit that they clear their doubt in their home.

So at least their education is not affecting because of covid and their education is continue. As our supporters aware we are from southern part of Bihar where poverty and literacy rate  is very low and  everybody does not android  so we are not in position to provide them online education but with the support of our teachers and friends we are trying to provide as much as we can through the home ;visit of our children who was enrolled ;in day school.

And all it could possible because  of  supports of our supporters through GlobalGiving . so  a big thank you.

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food material provided to parents
food material provided to parents

Gyan Jyoty Trust has taken initiative to support the children to distribute the food materials for their parents, during this pandemic time most of the parents for children study in our school have lost their work and difficult to survive and its big risk for children to migrate for childlabour. Therefore we have taken initiative to follow up the children who is staying in their home because of covid lockdown . School are closed because of covid lockdown but our teachers are visiting in the village and follow up the children and provide the food if they required and that is beneficiary for children as well as their parents and teachers can make contact and provide them assistance and motivate them for home study.

Generally we one day in week our teachers contact with children and provide them study materials for a week and next week again our teachers collect their  study home work and provide them new study materials. So at least their study practice can continue. So on this way we are trying to do our best and try to track the children who is enrolled in our school and keep touch with them and of course provide them counselling as well as awareness from prevention of covid.

raw materials of food provided to family of child
raw materials of food provided to family of child
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SMILING FACES IN THE SCHOOL
SMILING FACES IN THE SCHOOL

Thank you every body for supporting these children  and  because of you we succeed to bring children in the school for  those who did not have opportunity to receive education without your support. Most of the family are illiterate and they do not understand the importance of education but because of  hard work of our team the children are in  the school and you can see the  smiling in the school and enjoying their study.Most of the children travel 3 to 4 Kilometer and cross the river too to join the school.  Its all are happing because of your support and we are happy to show the progress and envioronment in the school and children can study with smile.

SO THANK YOU

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This story based on the experience sharing by our students in class 5 

Hi,

We all are students of Gyan jyoty and the winter arrived here but we all are very lucky that we are in this school and we have recently received the woolen sweater and cap which is really saving us in winter night.  We all have share our story with our teachers when we were not in the school and at winter we generally spent our night with old woolen blanket but in school we have recently received the woolen sweater which really make us hot at night. and we all are thankful and feeling great.

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The girl khusboo is from very poor family and his father does not send her any school but after approach from our teacher he is agree to send her daughter to school but he does not have proper school clothes and unable to purchase but when first time she came to school she  was in her own house clothe which was not proper school dress so  school management decide to provide her school dress and she really happy when one of our teacher dressed her in school dress . she almost dancing in joy to see her new clothe. Now attending school everyday and very very happy. Thanks for support.

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Gyan Jyoty Rural Development welfare Trust Bodhgaya

Location: Gaya, Bihar - India
Project Leader:
Ranjan Kumar
Gaya, Bihar India

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