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OUR VISION

Learning Poverty Free Nation

In India, currently, children are unable to read their grade-level textbooks which leads to lack of interest in learning and thus absenteeism. The resulting learning gap will eventually lead to them dropping out of schools, early marriages and child labour. 50% of the children drop out of education before high school and join the informal job market leading to poor health and loss of human capital for the nation.

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CHRISTOPHER RAMIREZ
Arlington, Virginia

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MARCUS THOMPSON
Naperville, Illinois

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AISHA PATEL
Plano, Texas

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We want to improve learning and well-being of children in villages through youth as a local catalyst of change. The local youth that is identified as a village volunteer will be trained and tasked to deliver the following Learning and Awareness Program at the Village Learning Centre:

1. Weekly Learning Program for Children

2. Monthly Awareness Program for Parents

We're working with local leaders to find volunteers in each district. Our goal is to make every village a place where kids can learn and grow up healthy. We also want to help young people develop important skills like communication and problem-solving.

Global Goals

We work on SDG 3 and SDG 4 based on the 17 SDG goals given by United Nations.

Timeline of our work

02.

Pillala Kosam

[Sep 2022 - March 2024]

NSS volunteer led activity-based weekly intervention with vulnerable children

03.

Pillala Sandadi

[March 2024 - June 2024]

Community volunteer led summer camp for children to teach story-telling, arts, sports and other activities.

04.

District Fellowship

[July 2024 - April 2025]

Community volunteer led weekly intervention to support speaking, reading and well-being of children in partnership with parents

Meet the Team

Abhijit Biswas

Partnerships & Funding

Determined, History, Cinema, Sketching

Romila Gillella

Program Design & Training

Courageous, Dogs, Books, Movies

Asra Fatima

Operations & Monitoring

Resilient, Nature, Reading, Walking

Gudala Sri Sai Ganesh

Project Lead

Commitment, Music, Travelling, Making Prototypes

Mahveen Mohammedi

Communications Lead

Persistent, Cinema, Photography, Zines

Kamunpally Meenakshi

Team Lead

Loyal, Reliable, Music, Drawing 

Merupula Pavan

Team Lead

Calm, Music, Games, Curious

Gopi Shivani

Team Lead

Compassionate, Painting, Books, Art

Jadhav Komal

Team Lead

Responsible, Kind, Cooking, Music

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" No real change in History has ever been achieved by discussions. "

- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

01.

Jan Siksha Sabha

[Oct 2021 - April 2022]

Community volunteer led activity-based weekly intervention with vulnerable children

NFHS - 5 Survey states that, 35.5% of children under age five years in India are malnourished

In Telangana, 60% children are poor in their foundational literacy and numeracy skills as per NAS data

Telangana ranks 27 out of 29 states on foundational learning levels as per National Achievement Survey 2021.

As per PISA, India ranks 72 out of 73 countries in mathematics, science and reading

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