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Education

02/01/2014 - On Going

Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST)

The Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization headquartered in New Delhi, India. ISST primarily works in the area of equity focused on gender and transformative social and economic development in India.
The Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), since its inception in 1980, has been committed to the cause of equity and well-being of the poor and the marginalized. It has specifically been working towards bringing the issues and concerns linked to women in all communities to the forefront.

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Jammu and Kashmir Association of Social Workers (JKASW)

The organization envisages the comprehensive development of children as a paramount factor for the development of society. This necessitates a focus on the education, protection, and positive participation of children. However, given the dynamic nature of child rights, this entails a context-based approach and enhanced focus on the rights of children. 

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Education

01/02/2017 - On Going

Jhamtse Gatsal

Established in 2006, today Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community is a home and educational center for 103 orphaned, abandoned and underprivileged children ranging from toddlers through college age. Jhamtse Gatsal is located at the trijunction of India, Tibet, and Bhutan in the remote foothills of the Himalayas in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh in northeast India. The children come from backgrounds of trauma and adversity, from nearby villages of Tawang district and primarily belong to the Monpa tribe, which has its roots in Tibet.

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Kalpakta

Our vision is to develop critical thinking in the children through a culture of reading. Our mission is to build strong reading habit and language skills in children. In terms of strategy, we will try to map the progress of each child who comes to the library. We will note the children’s progress. We will continue our work in one district panchayat school. We will implement it in multiple schools by sharing our work with teachers or directly working with the children.

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Education

03/01/2020 - On Going

Kalvi Thunai

Kalvi Thunai was established in January 2014 located at Perur Pachapalayam, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. We are a registered Public Charitable Trust with 80G Registration. It operates from its own well-equipped premises.
Kalvi Thunai has four trustees on board, ably supported by a competent and experienced Management Team from various walks of life; everyone with a keen desire to support the needy with School Education and Skill Development for better employability.

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Education

11/01/2017 - On Going

Kanavu

Kanavu (meaning ‘dreams’ in Tamil) dreams of an India where circumstance does not dictate destiny. Kanavu envisions quality education (one that caters to the growth of head, heart and hand) for children from the backward districts of rural India. Currently, we realize this dream by bridging the skill and opportunity gap across all the key stakeholders.

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Karunodaya

Karunodaya has worked on education since 2017. It has been working in Gaya since 2019. Before launching the Literacy & Library Program in government schools, we were focussing on enhancing students’ literacy skills through TLM and activity-based learning. We also collaborated with the District Institute of Education & Training (DIET), and Gaya-based students on practical aspects of teaching, TLMs, leadership, and presentation skills. 
In September 2021, we launched a Literacy & Library Program in 14 Government Schools. As part of the same, we focus on creating a library as a practical space to teach language effectively. It is also a space where students feel invested and motivated towards reading. The primary aim of this program is to increase students’ literacy levels through libraries. 

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Kat Katha

The organization’s vision is to end forced sex work. With respect to Bridge School the organization aims to enrol all kids in a formal education and ensure holistic development via the Bridge School project.

Education

11/01/2021 - On Going

Khamir

Khamir works to strengthen and promote the rich artisanal traditions of the Kachchh district. We strive to create a democratic and empowering space under which a range of stakeholders can exchange ideas and collaborate. We work to shift consumer perspectives and raise the cultural value placed on crafts.  Our vision is of a vibrant and sustainable Indian craft sector in which crafts and artisans alike are highly valued by people worldwide.

Education

06/01/2021 - On Going

Khelghar

Education for the deprived’ is the motto of Khelghar. About 200 underprivileged children are benefited by this project. Most of the parents in Laxminagar are very poor construction workers and both must go out for work for the whole day. Children do not get a loving and caring atmosphere for learning. Hence, many children either drop out of school or are very irregular.

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Klorofeel Foundation

The organization has been working to improve the learning level of underprivileged children attending government schools.  The schools in rural areas primarily in remote tribal belts have struggled to provide quality education to the children. So, transforming school education is pivotal to children growing up to become economically independent, socially responsible, and adopting environmentally friendly practices. 

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Education

07/01/2017 - On Going

Kshamtalaya

The vision of Kshamtalaya is to help children realize their true potential through meaningful and relevant schooling. The organization is also working towards improving governance and bringing accountability for learning through building regional leadership

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Latika Roy Foundation (LRF)

Vision: Wabi-Sabi is a program for the educational inclusion of disabled children. At Latika Roy Foundation (LRF), we believe inclusion happens when a child with disabilities is given opportunities to participate in all aspects of regular life—enjoying sports, having fun, leisure, being part of all the things that the family does, making friends, and having a plan for their future.

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Education

08/01/2019 - On Going

Let’s Educate Children in Need (LECIN)

Let’s Educate Children in Need (LECIN), a youth led non-profit organization strives to make a difference in the lives of those young ones, who come from marginalized communities. We envision a world where every child is recognized as a unique individual and gets inclusive, equitable, joyful, and contextualized learning opportunities to reach their full potential.

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Education

01/01/2017 - On Going

Library for All

Library for All strives to ensure that no child is left behind in foundational English language skills, by providing literacy rich environment and library resource-based learning contents to the schools. We envision to make a society where every child has access to equal quality of learning opportunities.

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