When it comes to Education, India in still lagging behind. A report by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation also suggested that India has a high percentage of children who have low learning level of outcomes by referring to National Achievement Survey (conducted on November 13, 2017). Only 1/4th third-grade students can read and understand short stories of simple sentences.
The previous ASER reports highlighted the drive to get children back to school, resulting in high enrollment ratio of over 96% in the last eight years in the primary education sector, improvement in reading outcomes and arithmetic ability continues to be low.
Moreover, a large proportion of students in both government and private schools continue to be below the ‘Grade level’. Grade level means that a student can deal with what is expected of her in that grade.
Promoting Inclusive Quality EducationWe impart quality education to needy children through our various projects. Child Help Foundation today supports 17 homes where more than 4000 stays and learn. We allow them to complete their primary and secondary education. We hold a high priority for quality education which is inclusive, aimed at empowering all children to become informed, competent, compassionate, and a good global citizen.
Preschool Education8,336 children have directly benefitted through nutrition & health support in Jawhar district Maharashtra ensuring children grow up healthy.
Vocational SkillsSkill Development Programme: Child Help Foundation has provided skill development training in the area of nursing, beautician course, and fashion designing (tailoring) in various rural areas. Till date, 75 young girls and ladies have successfully completed their course and contributing to their family income; and at the same time, they are getting economically empowered.