Non-Formal Education Centers (15) for children from tribal and scheduled cast communities
|2||Asha Trust - Asha Center - Lalpur|
Asha has set up a full-fledged centre called Asha Ashram for carrying out social change and development in Lalpur and surrounding villages of Hardoi district. A new Ashram at Bharawan will work as Public information and resource center.
|3||Asha Trust - Ek Kadam, Kanpur|
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Avvai Ashram, a Gandhian institution that serves poor orphans and deaf and mute children in Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu. The Ashram maintains an orphanage for local poor children, and a residential school for deaf and mute children.
Drksakshi is a Chattisgarh based non profit organization and one of the aim of Drksakshi is to provide education to girl children of tribal community and bridge them to formal school with the funding provided by Asha for Education.
|6||Barli Development institute for rural women|
BDIRW provides training programs to rural women in the form of residential camps. Asha DC is supporting the dissemination of pamphlets in the local language of village based health care and life quality.
|7||Eureka Makkal Noolagam|
The Eureka Peoples Library seeks to set up a network of village libraries. It also seeks to develop and produce appropriate materials for neo-literates in local languages.
|8||Fellowship: Mahesh Pandey|
Education, teacher training, regional development, right to information, issues of the underprivilidged children
The project directly reaches out to 67 children with special needs to include then in mainstream schools & colleges, and over 1500 children indirectly through the training of teachers in 6 zones in Tamil Nadu.
|10||Jagriti Bal Vikas Samiti - Lodhar Project|
JBVS, Lodhar is a school for economically disadvantaged children in the Lodhar village. These children are deprived of traditional education avenues, and Asha is helping the school achieve its goals for educating these kids.
|11||Kondlahalli- Computer Center at rural high school|
Start a computer center in a rural high school to initiate IT aided education in the school
Asha NYC/NJ is supporting a Bridge School Project "Pragathiki Baata - Way to Progress" run by Mahila Action of Vishakapatnam. The goal of the project is to help children get back to mainstream schools. This project supports 50 children/year.
|13||Patte Education Trust|
Patte Education Trust provides formal education upto 12th grade to children of daily wagers and farmers in Puttur area. Funds are needed for expanding the laboratory and buying books for library
|14||PEAK - People, Empowerment And (Indigenous) Knowledge|
Empowerment of the marginalised groups (including women), and the protection and stability of the ecosystem through People?s Knowledge. Specifically, Asha is involved in the implementation of workshops.
|15||RDI - Rural Development Institute|
RDI seeks to run Non-Formal Education Centres (NFE) for youngsters and a Functional Literacy program for adults, Project Based Education (PBE) programs to supplement the education given in schools, a scholarship program targeting bright students...
|16||RIDS - Rural Interdisciplinary Development Society Community School|
RIDS is running a community school for 100 of the most backward children aged 3-10 in Hanumanthapuram village. Their goal is to provide quality education (including health education) to reduce child labor and minimize dropouts (esp. girl children).
Night-school for underprivileged children
|18||Sahyog:Vatwa Refugee Camp|
Sahyog works with children of victims of 2002 communal violence in Vatwa refugee camp, Ahmedabad and conducts non-formal education
|19||Sanctuary schools in tribal hamlets|
4 schools run in remote tribal villages in Kaigal valley in AP; meant for tribal children, especially girl children.
|20||SLADS - Singhbhum Legal Aids Society|
Sustainable Education for Poor Tribal and Backward Children