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“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” It is this simple, yet empowering philosophy that determines the essence of DEEP Foundation. In order to develop self sustaining societies, we see a large part of our work in the sphere of education—i.e awareness sessions, basic education, practical tools and techniques.
The Kutumb Foundation is dedicated to promoting the total development of the individual by way of building language skills, bridging developmental gaps, and addressing issues of identity; this process of exposure is accomplished through theatre and football, among other creative methods.
The R.O.P.I.O Foundation is a non profit organization registered under the Indian Trust Act 1882 since 2010. We aim to build a self-sustaining environment that empowers and provides direction to the under-served slum children in Delhi. We impart education and life skills to marginalized children and youth thereby creating change-makers, who become wholesome contributing members of the society.
Divya Deepa Charitable Trust is a registered non-profit trust. We are running a free children home-cum-school, 'Kaliyuva Mane' where these kids are given education, accommodation, food, clothing, medical care free of cost, in a homely atmosphere. http://divyadeepatrust.org/ Recent article on us in The Better India: http://www.thebetterindia.com/49921/
Literacy India, is a non-profit organization that was started in the year 1996 by Air India pilot Capt. Indraani Singh, to help create education and livelihood opportunities for the economically weaker sections of society. Over the last two decades, we've reached out to over 4 lakh beneficiaries and established various projects for women empowerment, vocational training, livelihood generation, digital learning, mainstream schooling & sponsorship etc. to alleviate conditions of abject poverty by enabling affected members from marginalized groups, to attain self-sufficiency. The programs are envisaged to be innovative, sustainable and replicable in different parts of the country. Our primary objectives are to: - • Identify young girls from under privileged backgrounds and help build their confidence and awareness • To support children in active schooling and to provide at least the basic levels of learning. • To use role models to inspire the youth to take up issues concerning their communities. • Provide women and children with vocational skills. • Our focus is also to economically empower women from rural & slum areas. • To nurture, mentor and assist children to become human resource assets in the community and to restore dignity amongst the underprivileged. We endeavor to meet this objective through imparting basic education and through exposing our students to a variety of constructive skills in performing arts, computer animation, etc.
It all started in 2013, when a group of Teach For India Fellows began teaching at government and low income schools in Delhi. School attendance was very low, the interest level of students in the classroom was abysmal, and learning proved to be a major challenge. The students had no exposure to any form of sports and learning was confined to academics within the four walls of a classroom. This prompted the Fellows to look at sports as a medium to inspire change. They got together and framed an indigenous curriculum, and designed innovative techniques to help enable sports practice even in the most difficult of conditions, and with little or no resources. And that was how Khel Khel Mein Foundation (KKMF) was born. Since then the Foundation has instituted and implemented a sports curriculum across its network of schools in Delhi, as well as an annual sports league The Foundation’s ultimate goal is to redefine the perception of learning through sports and make playing and sport a habit in all children.
Sahpathi is an early childhood and primary education project in a low-income community in Gurgaon, with the objective of improving the learning levels of children in the community. Launched on 26 Jan 2015, the project is now helping 130 children achieve their learning and development goals through a structured process. The project will soon be launched in Patna as well.
Magic Bus works with some of the world’s poorest children and young people, taking them from a childhood full of challenges to a life with meaningful livelihoods. We equip young people with the skills and knowledge they need to grow up and move out of poverty. Established in 1999, we are currently working in 22 states with 4,00,000 children and 9,000 youth leaders.