More than one-third of the Hyderabad’s population lives in slums
1179 slums have been identified by by GHMC officially.
Slums continue to grow at a rate of 6.06% per annum.
Primary sources of livelihood includes housekeeping, autorickshaws, blue collared work and street vending.
Congested habitations and living conditions make academic excellence a challenge.
Education is discontinued at a young age for most children due to financial constraints and safety concerns
These kids are involved in household chores, child labor, child marriages
What we do:
Holistic development of lesser-privileged children.Courses are offered in: Academics, Self-defense, Vocational Training and Personality DevelopmentSpecial focus is laid on: Health and hygiene, Nutrition awareness, career counseling and extra curriculum activities.
TKF volunteers visit recognized slum areas, and identify student groups from Govt. schools.Mentors are identified from the same slum, and employed.A “Kalam Centre” is established in a local hall or study space.Mentors provide after-school support to the students for 2 hours per day.Each centre consists of around 25 kids.Attendance is recorded everyday.