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The Child Development program

The Rotary India Literacy Mission (RILM) aims to achieve Total literacy and Quality Education in India through its comprehensive program "T-E-A-C-H" where T stands for Teacher Support, E for E-learning, A for Adult Literacy, C for Child Development and H for Happy Schools.

Each of these components has a specific focus and it is interlinked with each other in achieving the common goal of bringing total literacy and improving learning outcomes among students in various parts of the country.

Child Development is a program of RILM to send out of school children back to school.

ASHA KIRAN - A ray of hope is the name given to the Child Development initiative to send 150,000 out of school children back to school. Under Child development program children from vulnerable communities who have never been enrolled to any School or have been dropped out of school, are send back to school after required brushing up. The objective is to facilitate these children’s access to mainstream state funded primary / elementary schools.

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.

Who are Asha Kiran children?

Children between age group 7 to 14 years, who

Priorities to be given to following socially vulnerable groups:

Children from socially and economically disadvantaged and vulnerable communities like children of migrant workers, victims of child labour practices, tribal communities and children in need of care and protection etc.

Click here to download ASHA KIRAN Report Jan, 15 - Mar, 18

For any queries write to : childdevelopment@rotaryteach.org

Explore partnership prospects:

Application for Asha Kiran Proposal (Template)

Application for Asha Kiran Budget (Template)

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