LAMP – GUJARAT
2013 - 2014
AREA OF WORK
S.No District Partner Organization
1 Kutch Cohesion Foundation Trust
2 Bhavnagar Swadeep Sikshan Sangathan
3 ...
No. of Villages covered in
Gujarat
 RTE Villages - 532
 School & SMCs covered – 562
 LEP Villages - 86
 LEP Classes - ...
RTE Intervention
Total Partners 7
Total Districts 6
Total Blocks 11
Total Villages 532
Total Schools 562
Total SMC covered...
No. of Youth Group members/Volunteers
trained
1491
No. of PRI members trained 979
No. of SHG members trained/ meetings 179...
LEP Intervention
Particulars Total
No. of Classes (III – V) 91
No. of Children covered (III – V) 3717
No. of Classes (VI -...
Total Coverage in Gujarat
Partner No. of
Village
s
(RTE )
No.
of
SMC
s
No. of
SMC
member
s
trained
No. of
Youth
voluntee
r...
Way forward
 Ensure Proper participation of women and parents in SMC meetings and
effectiveness of SMCs
 Effort needs to...
Strategies to create a larger impact
 Enhance Community Participation by activating the
SMCs
 Using the existing SATCom ...
Thanks
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  1. 1. LAMP – GUJARAT 2013 - 2014
  2. 2. AREA OF WORK S.No District Partner Organization 1 Kutch Cohesion Foundation Trust 2 Bhavnagar Swadeep Sikshan Sangathan 3 Surendranagar Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) 4 Banaskantha Human Development and Research Centre 5 Sabarkantha URJAGHAR 6 Amreli Sikshan Ane Samaj Kalyan Kendra
  3. 3. No. of Villages covered in Gujarat  RTE Villages - 532  School & SMCs covered – 562  LEP Villages - 86  LEP Classes - 91
  4. 4. RTE Intervention Total Partners 7 Total Districts 6 Total Blocks 11 Total Villages 532 Total Schools 562 Total SMC covered 562 No. of SMC trained 512 No. of SMC members trained 4798
  5. 5. No. of Youth Group members/Volunteers trained 1491 No. of PRI members trained 979 No. of SHG members trained/ meetings 1793 Total number of people trained on RTE 33,493 No. of SDPs prepared SMC Federations formed 201 7
  6. 6. LEP Intervention Particulars Total No. of Classes (III – V) 91 No. of Children covered (III – V) 3717 No. of Classes (VI - VII) 9 No. of Children covered (VI - VII) 589 No. of Classes (IX - X) 6 No. of Children covered (IX - X) 386 Total coverage (No. of classes) 106 Total coverage (No. of children) 4706
  7. 7. Total Coverage in Gujarat Partner No. of Village s (RTE ) No. of SMC s No. of SMC member s trained No. of Youth voluntee rs trained No. of PRI member s trained No. of commun ity member s trained No. of SDPs prepar ed CFT 150 163 1483 525 129 2137 153 HDRC 45 45 452 77 22 1931 5 AKRSP (I) 120 137 1309 593 378 25159 26 Swade ep 92 96 971 308 39 2720 12 Urjagh ar 45 52 350 288 43 710 5 UNNAT I 20 24 0 0 0 0 0
  8. 8. Way forward  Ensure Proper participation of women and parents in SMC meetings and effectiveness of SMCs  Effort needs to be made for disclosing the school budget & expenditure publicly (which is mandatory as per the RTI provision) and independently monitored  How to develop strategy for engaging SMC federation formed at block level in promoting quality education so that they can be able to establish their credibility at all levels  How to develop a Support mechanism for SMCs in developing school development plan & monitoring, and ensure sustainability  Engaging PRIs to promote quality education at the village level  How we ensure that PRI & SMC come together after certain point of time to run LEP class through local volunteers  Synergy between SMCs / community members and elected representatives  Developing a volunteer base for sustainability of the work  Strategy needs to be developed for Periodic monitoring of mid-day meal scheme and quality education by Volunteers and SMC.
  9. 9. Strategies to create a larger impact  Enhance Community Participation by activating the SMCs  Using the existing SATCom systems across the Govt schools to deliver interactive teaching sessions on specialized topics / subjects  Using multimedia based training to enhance the learning effectiveness for the primary and higher education  Reaching out to the Community members in the areas not having access to education through Special Training Programs (STP)  Facilitating temporary Hostels for the children of Migrant community members
  10. 10. Thanks

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