Stanford

StanfordStanford, CA, USA
Current Projects:23
Previous Projects:23
Established:1992
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Address:Asha for Education - Stanford, PO Box 19449, Stanford, CA, USA
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1ABHAS - Train and Educate Adolescents with Community Help (TEACH)
Project aims to empower girls in the urban slum community of Kacchi Colony, Tughlakabad. Adolescent girls in the age of 14-18 years will be provided with either basic literacy, computer training or vocational training.
DELHI
2Andhjan
The main goal of this project is to provide computer technology aid for the blind students so they can convert more books into Braille script for educational purposes. The school currently uses outdated manual machines that make the process of conver...
GUJARAT
3Asha Trust - Pride
Urur Kuppam is one of 4 villages located in South Chennai along the coastline. About 550 children reside in these 4 villages. Urur kuppam middle school has upto 8th Standard.
TAMIL NADU
4Bharat Vidyalam
Bharat Vidhyalayam is a non-profit school dedicated to provide quality English Medium education to the underprivileged children. Asha funded the construction of the school building
TAMIL NADU
5BookShare India
To enable access to reading materials of all kinds to print disabled individuals.
DELHI
6Borderless World Foundation - Construction of children's home
The four BWF homes are at capacity and they are unable to admit more children. BWF aims to increase their capacity to admit more girl children in their homes and also provide better facilities like library, vocational training center, etc in the 250-child
MAHARASHTRA
7Center for Social Service
Centre for Social Service is a voluntary, not for profit, non-governmental organization, promoted by academicians and philanthropists who share a common concern for the down trodden and under privileged young girls of our society.
TELANGANA
8Children's Project Trust
Residential School for Young Children from Tent Villages
KARNATAKA
9Education Park Society
Education Park (Edupark) is being setup as a model school to provide high quality, affordable education & training in rural India
MADHYA PRADESH
10Fellowship: Aradhana
This is a fellowship awarded to a social worker Aradhana Padhye working in the rural areas of Kanpur
UTTAR PRADESH
11Ganjam District Orthopaedically Handicapped Welfare Association
Specific Intervention for Facilitating Devlopment of Children with Disablity
ORISSA
12Gohaldanga Ramkrishna Sarada Vivekananda Seva Kendra
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM:
WEST BENGAL
13Health Education and Alternative Development Service - NFE centers
This project which is run by HEALDS in Mohanur focuses on dropouts in 25 villages. NFE centers are instituted for these children where they get an opportunity to study along side school going children and keep up with the curriculum.
TAMIL NADU
14Humana People to People- Girls education center, Virat Nagar
Humana people to people is setting up 2 education centers to provide primary education to grils who drop out of formal schools due to child marriage.
RAJASTHAN
15India Sudar - Science Experiment based Learning and Awareness (SEBLA)
SEBLA, one of India Sudar's pilot efforts provides supplemental science education to students in government schools in TN to help sustain an interest in science and to eventually create a compelling reason for them to study beyond high school
TAMIL NADU
16INDUS Action - Project Eklavya
Awareness campaign for enrollment of Economically Weaker Section (EWS) students into formal schools under Section 12 of the RTE Act.
DELHI
17IRDMS: Primary Education for Tribal People in Orissa
IRDMS - Primary Education for Tribal Peole in Orissa
ORISSA
18Jagriti Vihara
Construct a small laboratory to be used by children wanting to learn elementary science
JHARKHAND
19Jan Kala Sahitya Manch Sanstha - (JKSMS) ILM School
The project is a non-formal school for the children of downtrodden community of artisans of the Jaipur jewellery sector. The aim is to mainstream as many students as possible into nearby government schools.
RAJASTHAN
20Kalanjiyam Trust
Kalanjiyam's main aim is to support people and communities in their own development to bring sustainable and meaningful changes for a better tomorrow.
TAMIL NADU
21Kislaya
Kislaya was established in 1988 by a few dedicated housewives who wanted to make a difference by example. The school was founded in the outskirts of the Birla Institute of Technology (BIT) campus.
JHARKHAND
22LAHRC - Legal Aid and Human Rights Center
Strengthening of People's Organizations (POs) in 7 talukas of Surat District through education, legal training, and logistical support.
GUJARAT
23Laubach Literacy
 
TAMIL NADU
24Magic Bus
Magic Bus helps children and young adults at risk, to develop life skills through creative expression, sports and outdoor activities. Asha-Stanford funded the Explorers program for 2005-06.
MAHARASHTRA
25Mahila Vikas - Tribal Children
Leraning centers from std. 1 to 3 for saura tribal children who don't go to school due to lack of enough seats in government schools
ORISSA
26Mandra Lions Club - Purulia
"SCHOOL IN BAG" project
WEST BENGAL
27Manna - Special Education for Children with Special Needs
The purpose of project is to help children with special needs to learn basic life skills, and to help them study with the aim for them to finally re-enter regular mainstream schools.
KARNATAKA
28Peace Education and Conflict Resolution Curriculum for Highschool Teachers
Traning teachers in Jammu and Kashmir by conducting workshop covering Peace Education and Conflict Resolution curriculum.
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
29Peace Education Conference
A conference of groups working towards conflict resolution. The aim is to explore various forms of conflict, its impact on schooling and identify positive methods and tools which can be used by teachers to promote diversity and tolerance in schools.
DELHI
30People First Educational Charitable Trust - Bodh Gaya
People's First educational charitable trust is involved in education related projects in the states of Bihar and Jharkhand. It runs 16 village schools and benefits 2000 children. Asha Stanford is funding 1 village school (Dobhi) for 1 year.
BIHAR
31Pragnachakshu Mahila Seva Kunj
 
GUJARAT
32Pratigya Evam Prasikshan Sansthan
The aim is to raise awareness among the group that is deprived of education and bring their children into the mainstream
UTTAR PRADESH
33Prerana Dham
Prerana uses an innovative scheme to provide impetus to the process of setting up schools in the local villages. The idea is to first set up schools there that are modeled on Govt. schools and then pressure the Govt. into take over the running of the...
KARNATAKA
34Reward Trust
Add teachers to under-staffed government schools via PTA
TAMIL NADU
35Sarva Vidya
Sarva Vidya Trust supports deserving high school students (with a focus on girl children) with scholarships and orients them with options in the paramedical field. The students who get average marks are encouraged to take up one year certification or
TAMIL NADU
36Sarvodaya Parivar Trust- Khadkee school for Tribal Children
Residential school in Khadkee a village in remote, tribal area on Gujarat-MH border. See p=161 for more details.
GUJARAT
37SELCO Foundation - Reap Benefit: Avanti Fellows
Reap Benefit builds the next generation of problem solvers by involving students in implementing solutions for local environment and civic problems.
KARNATAKA
38Shanti Bhavan Educational Trust - Children's Project
"Shanti Bhavan's mission is to fully develop the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children of India's "lowest caste" by providing them a world class education and high quality mentorship to enable them to aspire to careers and professions of their choice
KARNATAKA
39Shraddha Trust - Turning Schools Around
Teacher Training Program for affordable private schools
KARNATAKA
40Swanirvar
Swanirvar has the broader goal of making the villages in the District North 24 Parganas self-sufficient. Asha funds 3 primary schools with around 500 children.
WEST BENGAL
41SWEET
Establish and operate 6 balwadis (pre-schools) in the slums and rural-areas of Ambarnath.
MAHARASHTRA
42Vanvasi Ashram Trust
Wayanad, a district of Kerala, is considered the most backward district of Kerala. It is the district where backward tribals namely Paniya, Nayikar, Adiyar, Kuruma and Kurrichias are living. They are living with the means which they get from the fore...
KERALA
43Viveka Tribal Center
The Viveka Tribal Center for Learning (VTCL) is a semi-residential school run by the Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM).
KARNATAKA