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Help Educate Slum Kids and Support the Livelihood of Poor Women in Sharfabad, Noida

Campaign by Indian Centre for Development and Rights

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Various cities across India, especially metropolis face a difficult situation where many financially deprived kids living in slums are deprived of education. They either can't afford a basic quality education or drop out of school because of financial pressure. Many children are pushed into professional begging and rag-picking. Similarly, women coming from slums do not have either employment opportunities or essential skills to earn a livelihood to support their families. Even though their financial situation is tough, they are helpless. Our project serves the populous slum neighborhood of Noida especially Sarfabad with a total population of 11,078 which comprises 5000 women.

Indian Centre for Development and Rights comes up with the project 'Ashraya' emphasizing child protection, systematic education, and women empowerment. This Project is to minimize the dropouts from schools, help them connect to mainstream education through creative learning, aid their education by providing them scholarships and make education a fun learning experience. Ashraya empowers women through skill training and livelihood generation making them self-dependent and providing counseling. We strive forward to put a strong impact on the localities of the project making them financially independent and improving their overall economics setting up a standard for quality education and fanning their talents and skills, making them follow their passion, and helping them monetize their skills through various activities. We extend support to young lads and kids through regular academic classes, art, and crafts, music and dance, spoken English, value education, computer training, and various other ways of innovative learning. Our women empowerment plan includes health and sanitation awareness, basic education, providing Training and certificated courses on Stitching, knitting, makeup, parlor training, etc, and helping them set up small businesses of Dhupa Bati, Pickle Papad, Madhubani painting, handicrafts, etc.

We at ICDFR strive to achieve a happy and healthy world, where people live in harmony and a sustainable environment for generations to come. We believe it is possible to make a world that knows no suffering and that knowledge permeates all levels. Improving the education system, providing basic healthcare facilities, raising awareness of human rights, empowering women to increase gender equality, as well as focus on environmental sustainability in rural India, are the primary goals of our organization.

Indian Centre for Development and Rights

Indian Centre for Development and Rights

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Muralee Krishna

Muralee Krishna


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