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More than 50% of students in 5th standard in rural schools are not capable of reading a 2nd standard textbook
We believe in addressing age appropriate learning needs of children through relevant interventions at the right time. Our approach to education addresses the needs of children from the very foundational stage to an older, adolescent stage.
Our child literacy program, Storytelling Saturday, is an early intervention that ensures children are curious and engaged in learning. It places ‘storytellers’ in classrooms to conduct live, read-aloud sessions for children in kindergarten. Through storytelling, we encourage both children and teachers to think creatively and encourage more independent learning in the classroom. These stories also spark imagination and instill cultural values in young children.
600 children • 40 Volunteers • 10 schools
As a bridge intervention aimed to address specific needs of children, our community learning centres ensure that no child is left behind. Our hope is to advance their educational outcomes by bridging academic and non-academic gaps that go unnoticed for learners in the everyday classroom, helping them stay enrolled in school for longer.
Tech Her Forward is a digital literacy and career readiness program for adolescent girls in rural India. Through computer science education, we hope to bridge the gender gap in technology by building a capable female workforce for the future. We prepare these girls to be career-ready and equip them with knowledge and skills needed to make informed life choices in the 21st century.
500 Girls • 18 Facilitators • 9 schools
IndiVillage Foundation has adopted an unaided private school in Yemmiganur, Andhra Pradesh, to provide quality infrastructure, education and access to opportunities for over 200 children and teachers. This program is run via partnerships with other organisations. The initiative improves the conditions of rural education and facilitates teacher training & development, providing children with a learning environment that is both fun and engaging.
210 Children • 7 Teachers • 1 School
I am so happy to see IndiVillage Foundation initiating the Storytelling Saturday program
in virtual mode. Children can get engaged and learn in a fun and insightful way
through this program. Happy to be a part of it.”