Donate a Child for Education
The project aims at providing primary, secondary and vocational educational services to underprivileged children and youths in our community. In initial phase the emphasis is on the general education from pre-primary to secondary levels. In second phase of the project, the component of vocational education will be implemented.
IRCT intends to make provision of high quality education and skills to underprivileged children and youths for better resource exploitation, management and control for improved quality of life.
To improve the well-being of underprivileged children and youths.
To promote primary, secondary and vocational education to vulnerable children and youths.
To provide care and support services to these vulnerable children.
To promote job creation opportunities to the most vulnerable children and youths
To promote income generating opportunities to the vulnerable children and youths
To access primary, secondary and vocational education to the underprivileged children and youths.
To access the vulnerable children and youths with scholastic and other learning materials.
To improve the nutrition of these vulnerable children and youths.
Prevention of the involvement of these children and youths in child domestic labour and other immoral activities.
To increase capacity in job creation and income generation.
To promote more cohesive considerate and creative individuals/societies with equal opportunities and rights for all.
School fees support.
Scholastic and learning materials support.
Feeding support and basic primary health care support.
The main target group is the most underprivileged children and youths of both the urban slum dwellers and rural village homes in the area where IRCT operates. Initially a total of 166 children shall directly benefit from the programme with emphasis on the girl-child. The target group is children studying in Class I to Class X of any age group.
The programme will cover the rural village homes and urban centres of Mumbai and its adjoining areas.
166 vulnerable children and youths shall access school fees on a term basis.
166 vulnerable children and youths shall access scholastic and learning materials on a termly basis.
166 vulnerable children and youths shall access basic primary health care and support.