Saugaht Foundation - Educational Center

  • Pre-primary education for tribal children and adult literacy for parents in rural Jharkhand
  • Supports 37 children, and 0 teachers
  • Directly reaches 74 individuals annually
  • Provides Pre-primary in rural Jharkhand since February 2014
Saugaht Foundation has been working for empowerment of local population to ensure that the local community can become self-dependent and achieves physical, mental and social well-being. Since inception the organization is engaged in social development for the poor and marginalized tribal communities particularly for the women, children and youth, working in the field of education, health, care, livelihood, environment and so on by touching all the vital aspects of human life. Presently it is working in various fields of health, family welfare, water sanitation, agriculture, SHG formation and women empowerment , Tribal-welfare, various community development programme , environmental protection, socioeconomic development, awareness generation on various burning issues . We propose to start an educational center for basic literacy of tribal children. The poor illiterate tribal parents in our project area cannot fulfill the basic needs of their children and do not want to send their children to the school. We propose to establish one pre primary school for the kids within the age group of 3 to 6 years. The children will be provided with basic education. We will run this program for providing those poor children a steppingstone of education by a compulsory schooling in the pre-primary level and prepare them for admission in the primary level formal schools. We have also planned to utilize the same school as an adult literacy center preferably for the parents of those selected children. Elementary education will be provided.

We propose to start an educational center for basic literacy of tribal children. The poor illiterate tribal parents in our project area cannot fulfill the basic needs of their children and do not want to send their children to the school. We propose to establish one pre primary school for the kids within the age group of 3 to 6 years. The children will be provided with basic education. We will run this program for providing those poor children a steppingstone of education by a compulsory schooling in the pre-primary level and prepare them for admission in the primary level formal schools. We have also planned to utilize the same school as an adult literacy center preferably for the parents of those selected children. Elementary education will be provided.