Schools By Ngos For Economically And Physically Challenged

1. Parikrma Humanity Foundation, Bangalore

Parikrma strives to provide good English education for 1100 slum children of whom, 50% are girls. They run 4 schools with CBSE syllabus. WE are supporting a very intensive English training program for 50 teachers through British Council. Considering their background, the level of English competence achieved by Parikrma students is very impressive.

2. Association for People with Disability, Bangalore

TMF supports APD’s Shradhanjali Integrated School (SIS) which is a recognized elementary school from nursery to class VII, following State Board curriculum with 170 children . To promote inclusion, 80% are disabled students and 20% are non-disabled. The school aims at mainstreaming these children.

3. Vidya and Child (Jayaprakash Narayan Memorial Trust),Noida

Vidya & Child provides English medium education to 460 children from neighbouring slums. A child spends 4-5 years with Vidya & Child. After finishing Class IV, the organization helps in admitting the child to a mainstream school and provides after-school support at the centre. Besides academic inputs, training is given in music, dance and painting.

4. Social Outreach Foundation, Noida,
Besides, the 180 children in the SOF primary school, the organization sponsors bright students to get admitted in neighboring public schools. It arranges for their fees and after school coaching. At present it has 90 such children under its care. TMF gives scholarships to these children to cover their tuition fees, books etc as well as funding for the after school coaching.
5. Katha, Delhi

Katha, a non – profit organization, runs a high quality English medium school for 1350 children in a slum using contextualized learning material and also introducing students to IT & entrepreneurial skills.

6. Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust, Delhi
A very well-known institution for meeting the needs of the physically challenged. One of its main activities is a school for 400 economically challenged children of which 50% are physically disabled. WE have been sponsoring 100 children in the school for the last three years besides helping improve school facilities. We have funded the setting up of English Language and Science Labs and provided a bus.

7. Sarvesham Seva Sangh, Pune

Sarvesham Seva Sangh provides education and life skills to 250 children of deserted women, from scheduled tribes and caste, nomadic tribes etc. A residential program.

8. Shashwat, Pune

A residential primary school in the village of Aghane in Pune Distt which aims at providing a structured education to 70 children of the Mahadev Koli and Katkari tribes.

9. K.B. Hire School, Pune,

This school caters to 300 students from very low income background.
TMF supports the school with stationery, uniforms and fees for 300 students and helps in the improvement of their computer and science lab. TMF has also introduced a loan scheme to help out students after class X who want to go ahead with industrial training in a nearby vocational training centre.

10. Suhrud Mandal,Pune

Suhrud Mandal runs schools for the hearing impaired and economically disadvantaged students. The schools train hearing impaired students to become self-reliant and lead an independent life. Tech Mahindra Foundation has provided funding to 156 hearing impaired students of Chinchwad Badhir Mook Vidyalaya, one of the schools run by Suhrud Mandal.

11. Anandwan

(Maharogi Sewa Samiti, Warora)

Anandwan was established by Baba Amte and is run by one of his sons. Tech Mahindra Foundation (TMF) sponsors 70 students of the residential schools for the visually impaired and for the hearing and speech impaired children from a rural background. This year TMF will also support and equip their IT training centre which will serve 200+ children.