Key Points of Kalyani Rajaraman's Presentation
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Following are the key points from Hand-in-Hand's Kalyani Rajaraman's presentation on "Education Issues" affecting the Narikurava Community. This presentation was made during the Vagri Meet on January ...

Following are the key points from Hand-in-Hand's Kalyani Rajaraman's presentation on "Education Issues" affecting the Narikurava Community. This presentation was made during the Vagri Meet on January 9, 2010 held at Villupuram.

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    Key Points of Kalyani Rajaraman's Presentation Key Points of Kalyani Rajaraman's Presentation Presentation Transcript

      • Child Labour Elimination Programme
      • Vagri community – Status of Education
      • 09 January 2010
    • Marginalized communities Large Families Low awareness on need for education First generation school goers High rate of school dropouts Migratory population
    • Our Strategy Work with the support of the community leader Bringing community together through social mobilization Form Self-Help-Groups (HiH -1) and empower women by making them financially independent
      • Poongavanam – Residential Bridge Camp for out-of-school children
      Poongavanam – Residential Bridge Camp for out-of-school children Balwadi run by Hand in Hand
    • Challenges
      • To work with culture, dialect and
      • attitude of vagri community
      • Sustaining the interest of the children
      • Getting continuous support from the
      • parents
      • Follow-up after mainstreaming, due to
      • the migratory nature of the families
      • Fear of inter-community marriages
      • often barrier to education
      • Girl children taken out to school to take
      • care of the younger siblings
    • Learnings
      • Lesser school dropouts when they stay in residential campus
      • Parents need continuous motivation to keep their children in school
      • Community needs awareness on educating the girl child
    • Thank You Visit us http://www.hihseed.org/