Challenges

  1. Education for girls like Madhuri, Eineeti, Surekha, etc who are unable to attend school because they need to look after their younger siblings while their parents are at work. 

  2. Education for Sarika, a smart 13-year-old girl who wants to study but is being forced by her alcoholic parents to beg and work at household chores and looking after her younger brother. 

  3. Conducting classes for balwadi children, who often miss school since there is no one to pick them up and drop them off. 

  4. Tracking students’ performance with proper feedback from school teachers and volunteers. 

  5. Helping Vinod clear HSC in his first attempt while he continues at his present job. This will surely help him regain his confidence 

  6. Helping Ashok clear his SSC in April 2010 through NIOS after a gap of 10 years, and then encourage him to sign up for distance education (correspondence course). 

  7. Getting teenagers out of stressful jobs through proper counseling and encouraging them to sign up for vocational training courses and imparting some basic non-formal education to them.

  8. Hiring a full-part time person with an inclination towards social work to regulate the effective implementation of our daily activities.

  9. Attracting committed and patient volunteers.

  10. Funds.


"Not everything that is faced can be changed.  But nothing can be
changed until it is faced.".....James Baldwin
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