Help a girl child with school supplies by Gram Chetna Kendra

Help a girl child with school supplies

Impact

Every monthly donation helps the education of more children like Mamta

Mamta lives in Aamwal Dhani village. Her father, Gopal, is a laborer and does not earn enough to educate his children. In the family of 6, Mamta was considered to be a burden. Due to limited income and poverty, Mamta's education was discontinued.

Gram Chetna Kendra intervened and decided to care for her. She was provided with facilities like uniforms, shoes, stationery, books, and a solar lantern. She was also trained in safe hygiene habits. Mamta is now regular to class and is a keen student. She is also very neat and clean.

Watching her growth and progress, her parents realize the importance of education. With a little help from you, a girl like Mamta can receive an education that will change her life.

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You will be sponsoring the benefits for different beneficiaries every month


About The Program

What the beneficiary gets
School Supplies
What you get
Tax Exemption
Periodic Reports
Program Description

Gram Chetna Kendra (GCK) runs various programs in Rajasthan's rural belt. This belt is undeveloped with very low literacy rates and even more so for girls. Girls regularly tend to drop out of schools due to gender discrimination, economic condition of their families and lack of awareness.

GCK provides assistance in the form of school supplies to poor female students to reduce the number of dropouts. The beneficiaries are chosen based on recommendations by village-level organizations. Gram Chetna Kendra then finalizes them through a physical verification visit to their homes.

The organization proposes to help close to 100 girls from impoverished backgrounds in a year. Donate to this program and you can save a girl from the clutches of illiteracy and lifelong dependence.

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About The NGO

Gram Chetna Kendra
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Gram Chetna Kendra

Gram Chetna Kendra was formed by a group of socially conscious individuals of Khedi Milak district of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Piercing issues like droughts of educational, healthcare and government services plaguing the society ignited the hearts of the founders to channel their efforts towards people based development to ensure just and equal opportunities with minimum basic essentials for all and quality life for rural masses.

Working relentlessly for more than 30 years, their clouds of projects filled with streams of development have showered their services on 791 villages covering 11 districts of Rajasthan. Recognizing the various efforts of the trust towards bringing about literacy and social justice, the government of Rajasthan has honored them for outstanding contribution to the community.

Their determination for capacity building in the society involving promotions for breastfeeding garnered respect internationally when World Alliance for Breast Feeding Action (WABA), Malaysia, awarded them an Appreciation Certificate. Armed with numerous such recognition and achievements, the members of the trust have engraved their goals of rural population advancement through socioeconomic self-reliance for the deprived and poverty-stricken.

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founders
Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Om Prakash Sharma

areas of operation
Area of Operation
Area of Operation

water | environment

location of work
Location of Work
Location of Work

Rajasthan

Gram Chetna Kendra has

provided support to 43 underprivileged children last year

awards
Awards And Recognitions
Awards And Recognitions

2014: Outstanding Technical Institute' Award

last audited
Last Audited
Last Audited by GiveIndia

December 2018

reporting
Verification Visit Reports
Verification Visit Reports

Verification Report 1

Verification Report 2

Program Updates

Program Updates

26 March, 2021

Girls from marginalized communities receive hygiene and education material to support them in time of COVID-19 crisis

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In these times of lockdown and COVID-19 crisis, the families of the girls did not find any livelihood options to provide for the education and hygiene of their children. In addition, schools were closed and the children had to study at home. In this context, it was really hard for the most marginalized families to provide for the basicc needs and education of the girl child. Moreover, the girls were not adequately equipped to keep on studying during these times and have an age-appropriate level to join the schools when it would open. 11 new girls benefited from the programme. The girls come from vulnerable families, and especially families of daily wage labourers who lost their job during the lockdown. They were provided with studies materials such as a bag, pencils,  exercise books, and solar lantern. We also gave the girls hygiene material  and shared information on how to maintain good hygiene which will result in good health. The 11 families benefited from these interventions, and the 11 girls were also able to benefit, as they could now study at home in better conditions and maintain good hygiene levels. This intervention allowed to provide for their basic needs so that they can focus on their studies and do not drop out of school. They are all using the material given and are really happy about it. The incidence of basic health and hygiene problems has reduced among the girls. From the 1st April 2020 to the 4th of December 2020, through the programme, we have supported 11 vulnerable and marginalized girls.

5 August, 2020

Most vulnerable girl child regularize in school.

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Most vulnerable girl child regularize in school.

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Our little ones never fail to amaze us! Around 15 schools and over 60 children participated at the JAVATE 2020 event held on February 1, 2020, at Lady Andal Higher Secondary School, Harrington Road, Chennai. Eighteen of our children participated in the Art competition and group dance events, winning several prizes. Sheela won 3rd prize for beginner level in the art competition, and Vishal and Siva won 3rd prize at junior and senior levels respectively. Our children bagged three prizes for the group dance category with the boys winning the 1st prize and girls winning the 3rd prize at the junior level, and the elder girls winning the 2nd prize at the senior level. We are incredibly proud of the way they put heart and soul into everything they do, managing to steal hearts wherever they go! God bless and keep you, dear children, as you continue to set an example for us all.