Sanstuti Foundation – Update & Seeking Support

Earlier appeal where you can find details of how to support Sanstuti Foundation: https://alumniapu.wordpress.com/2017/12/09/sanstuti-foundation/ We are happy to tell you that, our "Rural community Study Hall cum Library" is in progress.Some group of children and youths are running Library through Volunteering, it opens for 4 hours per day from 3 PM to 7 PM. Everyday Around... Continue Reading →

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Sanstuti Foundation

Santosh Verma (2015-2017 batch) has started supporting his village's government school in Godhaura village in Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh with a Quality Support Program. The Program is based on 3 principles: Student Engagement Teacher Engagement Community Connect. This support is being provided under the banner of Sanstuti Foundation (his personal registered NGO in Lucknow). The Quality Support Program provides necessary resources... Continue Reading →

REACHING OUT: Champions of Migrant Children – support for their education at Gubbachi

Greetings from Gubbachi Learning Community​! We are looking for  'champions' for the cause of the education of ​'out of school ' children from migrant labour communities, for Gubbachi Learning Community In our annual survey of the area last month​,​ we identified 83 'out of school' children (2-14 years) in settlements in a 3 km radius around Sarjapur Road,... Continue Reading →

Community Library initiative in rural Rajasthan

I am Adithi Manohar (MAE14003) and was in the batch that recently graduated (2014-16). I now work with the School for Democracy in Rajasthan, which is an organisation started by the same people who founded Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sanghatan (MKSS). The School for Democracy(SFD)-Loktantrashala  is a non-formal educational institution dedicated to promoting and deepening democratic... Continue Reading →

Transforming Cities Into Learning Landscapes

Cities can create outside-the-classroom learning opportunities for low-income children by encouraging communities to reimage everyday locations in their neighborhoods as places for playful learning. By Kathy Hirsh-Pasek & Roberta Michnick Golinkoff What if a bench were not just a bench? What if instead, it had puzzles on the back that could be arranged and rearranged... Continue Reading →

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