RISE – Outreach

Poor and marginalised children in semi urbanised villages. Children eligible to be covered under the project are in the age group of 6-14 years and those who are:

  • Dropped out of formal education system due to poverty or lack of educational facilities.
  • Not attending school regularly either because of work or problems at school.
  • Attending school, but not able to learn and achieve the desired grade-specific level.
  • Children in the age group of 6-14 years, covering a wide spectrum of socio, economic and systemic deprivation and marginalisation are covered under the project.

Project Duration and Annual Cycle

Project is taken up in any location for total period of 3 years after which will it becomes sustainable.

Implementation Strategy

The proposed project strategy includes the following strategic interventions:
1. Align project objectives with the XII Plan agenda and national development plans in Primary Education.
2. Devising special strategies to tackle the problem of dropping out before completing the full cycle of elementary schooling;
3. Focus on early grade supplemental instruction to ensure that all children achieve the defined age-/class-specific learning levels;
4. Improve quality of education of the beneficiaries to the desired measurable level which can be assessed and reported through school examination;
5. Create awareness amongst parents and teachers regarding the learning outcomes;
6. Work towards motivation,capacity development and accountability of community and parents for ensuring regular attendance and quality education; and
7. Convergence with local authorities, aanganwadis, corporates and civil societies, panchayats, for ensuring the desired outcomes.
8. Be an effective interface between the disadvantaged and deprived children and government schools to bring lasting impact of the intervention.
9. Bring the benefits of other schemes and welfare programmes to Padho aur Badho beneficiaries for their holistic growth and development.
10. Promote exploitation free society for the beneficiaries, especially those who are victims of exploitative circumstances.
11. Take measures to improve the family well-being, especially economic conditions of the family by dovetailing other interventions for skilling mothers for better income generation.