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Digital Device Donation for Anganwadis (Govt pre-schools)
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    Uma Kesani
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Nirmaan Organization

    from Telangana

80G tax benefits for INR donations


Mission: Every child in Anganwadi should get access to pre-school education through digital aids. There are 10,71,000 Children from the 35,700 Anagwadis (government pre-schools) of the Telangana State in India. For every device (Smart LED TV) and set up, it costs, Rs.19750/-

The Digital Device helps the children from under-privileged families to have better learning, socio-emotional, cognitive and motor development.

How can you make a difference?

Learning through visual arts:
Learning by doing is the principle of learning at Anganwadis. Teaching and learning aids in the form of ‘visual Arts’ form Socio-Emotional, cognitive and motor development in children.
Young children feel a sense of emotional satisfaction when they are involved in making art, whether they are modelling with clay, drawing with crayons, or making a collage from recycled scraps. They enjoy the feeling of a crayon moving across the paper and seeing a blob of coloured paint grow larger. While making art, young children develop control of large and small muscle groups. Making art helps children develop eye-hand coordination. 
Promoting games/play
Another form of art in pres-school is ‘Free-Play’ which is critical to the healthy growth and development of children. It develops physical cognitive, emotional, language skills social skills, new ideas, social interaction, confidence in their growing abilities, can-do attitude, in children.
Peer group learning…. creating a joyful environment
Experiences in the first two or three years of life have implications for children’s acceptance by their classmates in nursery school and the later school years. Thus, peer learning plays important roles in children’s lives at much earlier points in development. Children who are competent with peers at an early age, and those who show pro-social behaviour, are particularly likely to be accepted by their peers.
The peer group also influences the development of children's socializing skills. These early friendships help children learn how to negotiate and relate to others, including their siblings and other family members.

Nirmaan organization is working along with the Govt of Telangana to support these anganwadis with the Digital Device Campaign.

Anganwadis…striving to nurture smiles 
Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme, a flagship programme of the Centrally As­sisted State Plan Schemes of Government of India, is renamed as Anganwadi Services Project in Decem­ber 2017. It provides a package of health, nutrition, and education services to women and children. Cur­rently, 31,711 main Anganwadi Centres and 3,989 mini AWCs are functioning under 149 ICDS Projects in the State.
Under ICDS, a package of services comprising sup­plementary nutrition, pre-school non-formal edu­cation, immunization, health checkup, and referral services are provided to 4 lakhs pregnant and lac­tating women and 14 lakh children below <6 years every year. The Department is working in coordination with Health and Family Wel­fare Department in rolling out these programmes. Pulse polio, immunization, referral services, health checkup, National De-worming Day, Nutrition Health and Education Days, etc., are conducted in AWCs in coordination with the Health Department.
A hot cooked meal is served to children attending pre-schools and pregnant, lactating women in the catchment area of Anganwadi centres for 25 days in a month. Regular growth monitoring is being carried out to assess the weights and heights of children and pregnant, lactating mothers, thus estimating the nutritional status. Apart from nutritional support, these anganwadis also conduct activity-based pre-school learning for 3-6 age group children for readiness to formal schooling.
These Anganwadi centres have always been great resource centres of information for the community on various aspects concerning children, adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women.
They now need a helping hand to continue their journey and to make these daycare centres as vibrating centres in nurturing the smiles of future generations. 
“Early childhood settings, including both childcare and informal care, present a tremendous opportunity to make an impact at a pivotal phase in children’s lives,”

Nirmaan Organization:

Nirmaan Organization is a registered NGO, started by students of BITS Pilani in 2005. We work in the areas of Education, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Social Leadership, Environment & Sustainable agriculture. In the past 15 years of journey, we have impacted the lives of 1 million + beneficiaries - Women, Children, Youth and Farmers across 8 states of India with the support of 40+ CSRs and Organizations.

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