ADDRESSING THE EDUCATION CRISIS IN INDIA

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    About 50% of children in class 5 cannot read a class 2 text paragraph fluently. Inability to write is a major cause for concern too.

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    Over 60% children in India suffer from malnutrition, resulting in in stunted growth and low motor skills. Many students feel left behind.

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    Rote learning over the years has reduced the critical thinking capacity of students. Students are not encouraged to ask questions.

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    India faces a shortage of nearly 1.4 million trained teachers! Even existing teachers need better training to drive learning.

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    Only 20% of graduates are employable directly, without any extrernal training. Many are clueless about careers even ater graduation.

PROGRAMS TO DRIVE SYSTEMIC CHANGE FOR HOLISTIC LEARNING

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A child learns from different
sources spread across their
circles of learnings in different
settings.

Our programs are structured to
intervene within the existing
education system, over
the years of school education
and interacting with the
different stakeholders.

  • PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Critical Reasoning
    Storytelling for self-confidence
    Book Readings
    Motor Skills Development
    Motivation to attend

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Design Thinking Workshops
    Craft based skills learning
    Learning through Videos
    Book Design Workshop
    Digital Literacy

  • HIGH SCHOOL

    Digital Literacy & Internet
    Leadership Training
    Career Awareness Seminars
    Skills Enhancement
    Professional Development

OUTREACH & IMPACT

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3 states
40 Schools
2 Orphanages
500+ Sessions
25000+ Students

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“I wanted to be a talented girl who takes decisions for herself. I am from minority where girls get very less facilities to do things on their own. We were not allowed to go out from home to anywhere else easily. But, these issues are gone now after joining this organisation. One of the causes of HHT is to uplift women and help them in confidence building. We are having our annual day in which its compulsory for all champions to participate in its cultural programmes. This is a wonderful opportunity for us as most of us did not sing or dance before this upcoming
event anywhere. Apart from this, I enjoy conducting the sessions of reading, writing, storytelling, art and craft etc for the children of our partner schools.”

– Neda Afreen, Champion 2014 batch

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