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Rural and Tribal children need your help for continuing learning

Problem:
Iswar is the first in his community to reach grade 7. His school in the Moraloye Village is 3 kms away from his home in the Salepali Community of Sonepur District in Odisha. Soon, there may not be a school for Iswar to attend at all.  

90% of India's schools are in rural and tribal areas - where a number of factors have contributed to a poor quality of education. Lack of transportation, human resources, and infrastructure have distanced children from seeing a future for themselves - one that's enabled by education. In Odisha, 2.8 percent of children drop out of schools every year, resulting in school closures. Sonepur, a district in Odisha saw over 150 such primary schools being identified for closures in 2019-20.


About:
GRAMOTHHAN is a non-profit organization that works on providing quality primary education to Tribal and Rural children of Sonepur District of Odisha.
Gramothhan currently providing quality education to approx... 1500 children from marginalized communities, through Innovation, School Transformation, and creating a local pool of Education Leaders.

Approach:
Developing CHILDREN as co-creator of content and pedagogy to take ownership of their own learning journey is a self-paced and self-designed manner
Leverage COMMUNITY, for its resources and practices, to prepare teaching and learning resources. Empower TEACHERS to organize classroom experiences in harmony with the child’s ecosystem and references to the existing knowledge
Design processes and practices for ADMINISTRATION to ensure and implement in schools   We have invested heavily in learning processes including training/capacity building, the repository of teaching-learning materials

We plan to expand for the next 3 years
Enable 10 existing government schools to become model schools with the help of community Participation and school staff
Create contextual academic resources for children to improve learning outcome

Create a pool of 50 Education leaders to sustain model schools. Rural and tribal children need your help for continuing learning 

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31st December 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support so far

Problem:
Iswar is the first in his community to reach grade 7. His school in the Moraloye Village is 3 kms away from his home in the Salepali Community of Sonepur District in Odisha. Soon, there may not be a school for Iswar to attend at all.  

90% of India's schools are in rural and tribal areas - where a number of factors have contributed to a poor quality of education. Lack of transportation, human resources, and infrastructure have distanced children from seeing a future for themselves - one that's enabled by education. In Odisha, 2.8 percent of children drop out of schools every year, resulting in school closures. Sonepur, a district in Odisha saw over 150 such primary schools being identified for closures in 2019-20.

About:
GRAMOTHHAN is a non-profit organization that works on providing quality primary education to Tribal and Rural children of Sonepur District of Odisha. Gramothhan currently providing quality education to approx... 1500 children from marginalized communities, through Innovation, School Transformation, and creating a local pool of Education Leaders.

Approach:
Developing CHILDREN as co-creator of content and pedagogy to take ownership of their own learning journey is a self-paced and self-designed manner

We plan to expand for the next 3 years
Enable 10 existing government schools to become model schools with the help of community Participation and school staff
Create contextual academic resources for children to improve learning outcome

Create a pool of 50 Education leaders to sustain model schools. Rural and tribal children need your help for continuing learning

Campaign link to contribute
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/help-quality-education
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support so far

Problem:
Iswar is the first in his community to reach grade 7. His school in the Moraloye Village is 3 kms away from his home in the Salepali Community of Sonepur District in Odisha. Soon, there may not be a school for Iswar to attend at all.  

90% of India's schools are in rural and tribal areas - where a number of factors have contributed to a poor quality of education. Lack of transportation, human resources, and infrastructure have distanced children from seeing a future for themselves - one that's enabled by education. In Odisha, 2.8 percent of children drop out of schools every year, resulting in school closures. Sonepur, a district in Odisha saw over 150 such primary schools being identified for closures in 2019-20.

About:
GRAMOTHHAN is a non-profit organization that works on providing quality primary education to Tribal and Rural children of Sonepur District of Odisha. Gramothhan currently providing quality education to approx... 1500 children from marginalized communities, through Innovation, School Transformation, and creating a local pool of Education Leaders.

Approach:
Developing CHILDREN as co-creator of content and pedagogy to take ownership of their own learning journey is a self-paced and self-designed manner

We plan to expand for the next 3 years
Enable 10 existing government schools to become model schools with the help of community Participation and school staff
Create contextual academic resources for children to improve learning outcome

Create a pool of 50 Education leaders to sustain model schools. Rural and tribal children need your help for continuing learning

Campaign link to contribute
https://milaap.org/fundraisers/help-quality-education
9th November 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support 

Problem:

When we talk about education in India, we can’t just talk about how education is in urban cities of India, without going deep into rural and tribal education that constitutes almost 90% of the schools being located in rural and tribal areas. The most common problem of rural and tribal education
Lack of proper transportation:
Lack of quality human resources
Lack of infrastructure
Children in rural and tribal areas of Odisha feel disinvested in their education and this is evident as 2.8% children drop out of school every year and average attendance in school on any working day is 80%.
Odisha Government closed every year number of schools. In Sonpeur 2019-20 more than 150 primary schools are identified for closing.
Iswar, is a child from Salepali Community of Sonepur District. He is study in 7th grade at Moraloye village which is distance around 3 km from salepali. He is the first person who reach 7th standard. Every child should learn but they don’t have receive education. Every child is born with enormous potential, but around the world, hundred millions of children can only dream of realizing that potential simply because of where they born and how many their family earn.

About:

GRAMOTHHAN is a non-profit organization that works on providing quality primary education to Tribal and Rural children of Sonepur District of Odisha.
Gramothhan currently providing quality education to approx... 1500 children from marginalized communities, through Innovation, School Transformation and creating a local pool of Education Leaders.

Approach:
Developing CHILDREN as co-creator of content and pedagogy to take ownership of their own learning journey is a self-paced and self-designed manner
Leverage COMMUNITY, for its resources and practices, to prepare teaching and learning resources. Empower TEACHERS to organize classroom experiences in harmony with the child’s ecosystem and references to the existing knowledge
Design processes and practices for ADMINISTRATION to ensure and implement in schools   We have invested heavily in learning processes including training/capacity building, the repository of teaching-learning materials

We plan to expand for the next 3 years
Enable 10 existing government schools to become model schools with the help of community Participation and school staff
Create contextual academic resources for children to improve learning outcome

Create a pool of 50 Education leaders to sustain model schools. Rural and tribal children need your help for continuing learning

Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support 

Problem:

When we talk about education in India, we can’t just talk about how education is in urban cities of India, without going deep into rural and tribal education that constitutes almost 90% of the schools being located in rural and tribal areas. The most common problem of rural and tribal education
Lack of proper transportation:
Lack of quality human resources
Lack of infrastructure
Children in rural and tribal areas of Odisha feel disinvested in their education and this is evident as 2.8% children drop out of school every year and average attendance in school on any working day is 80%.
Odisha Government closed every year number of schools. In Sonpeur 2019-20 more than 150 primary schools are identified for closing.
Iswar, is a child from Salepali Community of Sonepur District. He is study in 7th grade at Moraloye village which is distance around 3 km from salepali. He is the first person who reach 7th standard. Every child should learn but they don’t have receive education. Every child is born with enormous potential, but around the world, hundred millions of children can only dream of realizing that potential simply because of where they born and how many their family earn.

About:

GRAMOTHHAN is a non-profit organization that works on providing quality primary education to Tribal and Rural children of Sonepur District of Odisha.
Gramothhan currently providing quality education to approx... 1500 children from marginalized communities, through Innovation, School Transformation and creating a local pool of Education Leaders.

Approach:
Developing CHILDREN as co-creator of content and pedagogy to take ownership of their own learning journey is a self-paced and self-designed manner
Leverage COMMUNITY, for its resources and practices, to prepare teaching and learning resources. Empower TEACHERS to organize classroom experiences in harmony with the child’s ecosystem and references to the existing knowledge
Design processes and practices for ADMINISTRATION to ensure and implement in schools   We have invested heavily in learning processes including training/capacity building, the repository of teaching-learning materials

We plan to expand for the next 3 years
Enable 10 existing government schools to become model schools with the help of community Participation and school staff
Create contextual academic resources for children to improve learning outcome

Create a pool of 50 Education leaders to sustain model schools. Rural and tribal children need your help for continuing learning

1st July 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your Support

With COVID period because of lock down the most of the services are cancelled or closed, Health and livelihood is the primary concern among the people, fear and stress clearly displayed among the face of the common people.  Although livelihood is the most important aspect for this time. But when we emphasizes on education for the children everyone focused upon the Tech-based online learning. Integration of technology for learning of the children has been changes the concept of class room teaching during this pandemic situation. But for the backward region like K.B.K. where poverty and migration had brake all the record no one care for tech-based learning. In this remote geography like Sonepur not more than 7% population technology friendly when it comes to access any services.
Sonepur had created a high image for its poverty and migration and it was considered as one of the migration prone district. In the lock down situation, families along with the children return to their own areas. Some seasonal migrants are returnees in between and some family are after a long time. And because of no access to technology or digital platform for learning, in this context, Gramothhan’s role is support quality education to children. In lock down it is very challenges to reach for children so that we try to provide educational kits/material to the children, which can helps them to continue their learning and they can stay at home safely.
When the society most concern about the children and their learning through online platform, Gramothhan designed learning kit and deliver at the door step of the children of rural and tribal community of Sonepur. And we believe these learning kits are help them for learning and may be considered as the alternative rather than online platform. May this initiative can address various issues, i.e.-
  • Continuing the learning among the children of interior pockets through offline mode.
  • Assist us to designed integrated multi lingual based contextualized concept will help the children to continuing their education and may it’s minimize the chances of dropout.
  • It’s may be the only option to sustaining the learning of the existing children as well as the children returning from outside along with their family.
Reaching:
  • 1000 children through worksheet (designed by Gramothhan) Per set worksheet cost 30/- 1000*30= 30000
  • 5000 children through picture and story books
Thank you for your Support

Keep Supporting

Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your Support

With COVID period because of lock down the most of the services are cancelled or closed, Health and livelihood is the primary concern among the people, fear and stress clearly displayed among the face of the common people.  Although livelihood is the most important aspect for this time. But when we emphasizes on education for the children everyone focused upon the Tech-based online learning. Integration of technology for learning of the children has been changes the concept of class room teaching during this pandemic situation. But for the backward region like K.B.K. where poverty and migration had brake all the record no one care for tech-based learning. In this remote geography like Sonepur not more than 7% population technology friendly when it comes to access any services.
Sonepur had created a high image for its poverty and migration and it was considered as one of the migration prone district. In the lock down situation, families along with the children return to their own areas. Some seasonal migrants are returnees in between and some family are after a long time. And because of no access to technology or digital platform for learning, in this context, Gramothhan’s role is support quality education to children. In lock down it is very challenges to reach for children so that we try to provide educational kits/material to the children, which can helps them to continue their learning and they can stay at home safely.
When the society most concern about the children and their learning through online platform, Gramothhan designed learning kit and deliver at the door step of the children of rural and tribal community of Sonepur. And we believe these learning kits are help them for learning and may be considered as the alternative rather than online platform. May this initiative can address various issues, i.e.-
  • Continuing the learning among the children of interior pockets through offline mode.
  • Assist us to designed integrated multi lingual based contextualized concept will help the children to continuing their education and may it’s minimize the chances of dropout.
  • It’s may be the only option to sustaining the learning of the existing children as well as the children returning from outside along with their family.
Reaching:
  • 1000 children through worksheet (designed by Gramothhan) Per set worksheet cost 30/- 1000*30= 30000
  • 5000 children through picture and story books
Thank you for your Support

Keep Supporting

Rs.24,485 raised

Goal: Rs.500,000

74 Days to go

Beneficiary: GRAMOTHHAN info_outline
Only INR donations accepted

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Rakesh donated Rs.135

I pledge to continue more like this. I hope this small help useful to 1 child to study

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