A step towards bridging the gap of learning through digital education! | Milaap
A step towards bridging the gap of learning through digital education!
of Rs.1,65,000
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  • Pahal

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    Pahal Ek Nayi Soch
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    Pahal- Ek Nayi Soch

    from Jamui, Bihar


Pahal Ek Nayi Soch is a non-profit organization that works on providing quality education to children in marginalized extremism-affected areas of Lamxipur, Jamui. Pahal- Ek Nayi Soch is located 20 km east from district headquarter Jamui in Lamxipur, Bihar, India. Lamxipur is infamous for Naxal activities as well. Lack of education influences them to adopt ideologies like these. Dropout rate (Almost 80%), 50% not even enrolled.
The landscape here is agriculture and daily physical labor is the main occupation. Children from the surrounding villages of mostly lower caste come to the learning center. We run a community center by training local youth of the same village. They teach 2-3 Hrs. per day. They have become a role model for their community by imparting quality education to the community kids.  Currently, we are working with 300 kids at eight centers owned by the community. Children have shown significant improvement, 60 percent of kids have improved their learning outcome.
Due to lockdown Children, learning outcome has been immensely affected. Education providers have taken a paradigm shift to distance classes with the help of online platforms. The urban elite has the advantage of connectivity and smartphones. The situation is very different when it comes to areas like Laxmipur. They are deprived of smartphones and the internet.
We are Pahal Ek Nayi Soch starting digital education in our selected center for that we are raising fund to provide quality education to our kids. We believe that no kids shall be deprived of education in the absence of resources. So, we have the requirement of the following items :
Laptop1INR 40,000
Tabs8INR 90,000
Projector1INR 35,000
Total10INR 1,65,000

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