5-year-old Nikhil is gradually improving his academic knowledge
Five-year-old Nikhil lives with his parents Babu Ram and Sunita at Sanjay Colony in Delhi. Even though they live in poverty and are not literate, his parents send Nikhil to school. They are very enthusiastic to provide Nikhil with an educational journey. Nikhil took admission in year 2017-2018-in Nursery and has very low learning level but progressing gradually. He has also improved his personal grooming and has become more interactive with his peers.
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According to Sshrishti, education is the most powerful weapon that they can use to change the world. They strive to provide an education fostering social equity, inclusive development, effective economic and public participation. Sshrishti is a credible NGO with accreditation from both within India and abroad. Sshrishti is a highly transparent organization that aligns itself with international norms of good governance. They have been recognized as the Best Small NGO in North India from the Resource Alliance and the Rockefeller Foundation in the year 2010. Sshrishti has been serving the cause of education for the last 15 years across Delhi and 5 other states with several initiatives and projects.
Bal Shiksha, Bhati Mines, South Delhi
This is an underdeveloped colony on the fringes of the city, adjoining a reserved forest. It has no civic amenities and is inhabited by impoverished migrant workers from various states of India. The children from this area suffer neglect, violence, poor education and lack of healthcare. Sshrishti has been working here since 2010 bringing education and skill training in the lives of children, youth and women. The first initiative was to address the critical needs of the children of the community by providing holistic education for the early years in a joyous and creative atmosphere. The programme addresses the distinct needs of children from migrant communities through our schooling for early years. In addition, the objective is to get the out-of-school children back into the schooling system, especially the girls who are often left out of the education system in marginalized communities. The program aims to ensure the holistic development of the children, with reading, writing and numeracy skills appropriate for their age along with development of their motor skills and social skills. They will be mainstreamed into regular schools at the appropriate age, and into the appropriate standard. In the new academic session 2019, Sshrishti Bal Shiksha has enrolled 71 children in day school in 3 sections of Nursery and 1 section of KG and 18 children are attending the remedial classes with continued outreach to cover maximum number of underprivileged beneficiaries.