Our Programs


Learning Centre is a before/after school programme, which aims to provide a solid and holistic educational foundation to children from rural and tribal communities to bridge the learning gaps and ensure the children stay in school.


 The learning centres, set up with community support and mostly located in space provided by them. Have a facilitator appointed by the community. They function for two hours in the mornings before the school begins. The facilitators are engages with following:
  • Personalised Learning Solution
  • Foundational Learning
  • Story telling/Read Aloud
  • Physical Wellbeing
  • Social Emotional Learning

we are doing school transformation program with 3 schools. Intervention is intended to develop model schools, which can set bench mark for the region. By bringing all, four key stakeholders of school together child, teacher, community and local administration for creating a better learning environment in schools. Also we develop locally relevant story, contextual pedagogy with students and teachers.

focus and Our Goal: 
1- Improved Students Attendance
2- Improved students performance 
3- Effective teaching-learning process  
4- Effective Community and SMCs engagement 
5- Effective Ecosystem 

The Library should be conceptualised as an intellectual space where all the stakeholders find the means to deepen their knowledge and imagination. The library not only encourages developing the reading skill but providing a space to access the new information technology to connect with the wider world.

Gramothhan 2 type of libraries:
Community Library:

we are running Community Library program. Aims of the libraries to provide rich reading resources for all and an opportunity through read aloud, storytelling art etc. Where both the children and the youth are improve their creative thinking and deeper imagination. Another crucial objective is to bridge the gap between community and school through library programs.

Mobile Library:

Mobile Library Program which aims to provide reading resources in schools. Also we develop locally relevant stories, games, contextual pedagogy with students, community and teachers. Our library educators are brings the books appropriate the age group and allow children to choose from the set, it is important to give to children the freedom to choose the books rather choose by the library educators.

This intervention is intent to focus on youth development and youth for development and create a pool of locally trained resources who can contribute in the education system and overall development of their communities by providing them one to one mentoring.