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The Child Development program

Child Development program aims to bring/send back out-of-school children to schools. Under this program children from vulnerable communities, who have never been enrolled at any school or have dropped out from school (or irregular in school), or laggard children are mainstreamed/regularised ensuring their retention in schools after required brushing up. The objective is to facilitate these children' access to mainstream state funded primary/elementary schools. Sending a child back to school costs Rs.2500/- per year.

ASHA KIRAN - A ray of hope is the name given to the Child Development initiative to bring/send back targetted 100,000 children to school. This program has been undertaken to fulfill the goals of Child Development vertical of RILM.

Who are Asha Kiran children?

Asha Kiran implementation

Role of NGO in the Asha Kiran program
Role of Club in the Asha Kiran program
Click here to view the Asha Kiran mainstream certificates

The Asha Kiran donation details

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Forms and Formats

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Achievement : 37,436 out of school children have been enrolled in the Asha Kiran program, out of which 35,078 children have been mainstreamed in schools.

For any queries write to childdevelopment@rotaryteach.org


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