Project Brief: Introduction of K.F.I kits will update the syllabus and eliminate the necessity of books and bring the standard of education at par with well-equipped schools in the state.
Project Type: Educational Experiments (description)
Primary Focus: children of dalits/tribals (description)

Secondary Focus: remedial education

Area: Rural
Supporting Chapter Contact: Arizona
Status: completed - requirements ended
Project Steward: Nikhil Chawla
Project Partner(s):
Other Contacts: Sri Sridharan
Project Address: , 527, Khatiwala Tank,,Indore,
Tel: 91-731-2472848
Stewarding Chapter: Arizona
Apr 2005ArizonaUSD 5000

Total = $5000

The project title is Introduction “School in a box” kits prepared by K.F.I (Krishnamurthi Foundation of India). K.F.I has developed the kits that contain cards and the teacher with the help of cards can educate drawings and a group of children.
Kits are being used in K.F.I schools at Rishi valley and Varanasi. These kits shall be introduced at schools in Niwali and other tribal areas in Madhya Pradesh.

Teachers will be sent to K.F.I Varansi / Rishi valley for training and use of the kits and each teacher will collect the kit for use in his/her class.
Use of the kits will bring these tribal children education at par with other schools of the state. It will also help in the overall welfare of these children.
The organization was established on March 27th, 1953. The Ashram was created by Kantaben Tyagi for the education of tribal children and women.

Today there are 750 tribal girls in the residential ashram being educated here. Ashram is being run by the grant from Government. A medical dispensary is also being maintained. A tailoring class is being run in adjoining town of Sendhwa, since 1995.