What We Do
Education Support
We at Child Help Foundation, go by the saying “Teach Them Young”. It's a known fact ”the younger the brain is, the more receptive it is”. Building schools accessible for all and then bringing the young brains into it to Impart Education is a huge task at hand in the current scenario. We took up the challenge, in whatever minuscule way, but successfully breaking barrages and cruising forward by creating our Education Programme.

The next challenge lies in getting the right staff who is equally trained for these schools. Though India has no dearth of educated, trained and willing teachers. Due to various, obvious, visible and invisible factors, many deserving candidates are still counted as unemployed. It’s similar to the case of a small canvas with loads of colors with few quality painters. We have successfully tried bridging the gaps with our initiatives, wherein Volunteers, Social Workers, paid Part-timers etc are contributing, through us, in the national vision of Education for all.

We believe, collectively we all together can bring about a qualitative change in our society. And here again, in our projects, we took active support from one and all, Individuals, Corporates, Institutions, Societies and Govt Offices etc. Our chain of valued Donors and selfless Volunteers, whose number is increasing day by day are the main Architects.
Overview of our projects
Providing resources needed for Imparting Education to the Underprivileged and less fortunate is a big challenge. External Support becomes Imperative as the Institutions be it Government managed or aided, Run by Social Service Organizations etc, in the rural and slum areas are always in want of better facilities. As Education at grass-root level is the need of the hour, providing Education to Rural and Slum Children remains the major focus in our projects. We support these Kids and their schools by providing what and where they lack, like Computer Skills, English Language, Educational and Toys, Books for the library, Clothes and Uniforms, School bags, Desks and Benches, kits required for learning/writing and several other items. We derive inspiration and satisfaction from seeing the immense joy and happiness on the faces of the children and gratitude on the faces of the teachers and management staff.
Rural formal education program:
The lords Academy, Mellahalli village, near Mysore, Karnataka
A Rural school (Junior KG to First Std) managed and run by Child Help Foundation for Educating the Underprivileged Children of nearby Rural Areas
. (strength of 78 children)

Zilla Parishad School, Village Maljiwada, Tiwri, Naigaon(E), Thane, Maharashtra

Computer & English Class Support

Zilla Parishad School, Rajawali, Naigaon(E), Thane, Maharashtra
Computer & English Class Support

Koel Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir, Nehrupalli, Rourkela, Odisha
School Assistance Programme (strength of 83 children)

Khiroda Basini School - Village Katada, Angul, Odisha
School Assistance Programme (strength of 250 children)

Girl Child Education Support Programme; for individual bright girl students - Shantinagar High School, Mira Road, Maharashtra
Girls from Below Poverty Line families

Boy Child Education Support Programme; for individual bright boy students - Girija Mhatre High School, Naigaon - E, Maharashtra
Boys from Below Poverty Line families

Cozy Cot Special School - Dwarka, New Delhi
In Cozy Cot Special School, Child Help Foundation implements School Assistance Programme (a strength of 103 mentally challenged kids aged 3-18 years)

Punarvas Special School Piramal Nagar, Goregaon West, Mumbai - Support for 150 differently abled children
School Assistance Program
Rural Non-Formal Education Support Program:

Daya Darya Sankalp School-Learning Centre for Girls
To provide Rural Girls; access to Quality Vocational, Scientific & IT Education (Surana Village, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh)

Solar Study Lamp Distribution Program
Free distribution of Solar Study Lamps to Needy Children In Odisha Village - Gudijhar in Ganjam District

When it comes to Education, India in still lagging behind. A report by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation also suggested that India has a high percentage of children who have low learning level of outcomes by referring to National Achievement Survey (conducted on November 13, 2017). Only 1/4th third-grade students can read and understand short stories of simple sentences. 

The previous ASER reports highlighted the drive to get children back to school, resulting in high enrollment ratio of over 96% in the last eight years in the primary education sector, improvement in reading outcomes and arithmetic ability continues to be low. 

Moreover, a large proportion of students in both government and private schools continue to be below the ‘Grade level’. Grade level means that a student can deal with what is expected of her in that grade. 

Promoting Inclusive Quality Education

We impart quality education to needy children through our various projects. Child Help Foundation today supports 17 homes where more than 4000 stays and learn. We allow them to complete their primary and secondary education. We hold a high priority for quality education which is inclusive, aimed at empowering all children to become informed, competent, compassionate, and a good global citizen. 

Child help foundation today has touched the lives of 104670 Children staying in various homes and institutions and still reaching out to those who need our support. 

Preschool Education
8,336 children have directly benefitted through nutrition & health support in Jawhar district Maharashtra ensuring children grow up healthy. 

Vocational Skills
Skill Development Programme: Child Help Foundation has provided skill development training in the area of nursing, beautician course, and fashion designing (tailoring) in various rural areas. Till date, 75 young girls and ladies have successfully completed their course and contributing to their family income; and at the same time, they are getting economically empowered. 

Life Skills Training Programmes: Child Help Foundation promotes Life skills essential for living quality life and eliminating gender bias. We help female students to cope with their difficulties of day-to-day life by learning to make informed decisions, solving problems by thinking creatively and collaboratively, and building healthy relationships through effective communication.

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underprivileged girls achieve success
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