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Annual show 2011 av shiksha sankalp (final) mar 27 2011

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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3.
    • "I will work for an India where the
    • poorest of the poor feel that this country
    • and this nation belongs to them…... I have
    • not the slightest hesitation in saying that
    • Swaraj cannot be complete till the poorest
    • have a guarantee of being provided with
    • the basic necessities of life".
    Mahatma Gandhi
  • 4. Working in the rural and tribal community areas
  • 5. A Ward, Mumbai Our districts: Urban area
  • 6. Rural area: Pelhar, Thane District under the Mithu Alur Foundation
  • 7. The Beginning: A mapping exercise
  • 8. The Enumeration Process in ‘A’ ward
  • 9. The Enumeration Process in Pelhar
  • 10. Enumerator team
  • 11. Debriefing after the survey………
  • 12. Orientation for our partners
  • 13. Disseminating the findings of the mapping
  • 14. Discussing the challenges
  • 15. Discussing the challenges: our researchers
  • 16.
    • 223 children out of school (10.61%)
    • 23 of these children with disabilities
    • Majority of teachers and principals and over 50% of the community unaware of the Right To Education (RTE) Act
    Findings
  • 17. Looking at the needs of every child
  • 18.  
  • 19. Challenges: schools are far away
  • 20. Children out of school….
  • 21. Addressing all forms of discrimination and exclusion
  • 22. Out of government ICDS and SSA services……
  • 23. Including the girl child
  • 24. An anganwadi functioning in the open
  • 25. Sparse attendance
  • 26. School without toilets or ramps
  • 27. Addressing the needs of the entire community
  • 28. Need to improve basic health and sanitation facilities
  • 29. Helping to improve existing schools
  • 30. Some schools have accessible facilities
  • 31. Civic awareness programme
  • 32. Learning different skills
  • 33. While the government focuses on the RTE... we focus on the needs of the individual child.
  • 34. The idea is to make a beginning to reach the 70 percent who remain poor and underserved through networking with existing programmes … . to harness our shared values through partnership with the State and the Corporate sector… to deliver meaningful and effective social sector services. The Vision Statement
  • 35.
    • You have to have a dream…
    • … unless one dreams…
    • … and put dreams into action…
    • we cannot change the world.