Our current focus is on three Projects:

i) Project STEM: 78 schools 38,000 students 270 teachers

ii) Project UDAAN : 40 students 6 schools

iii) Project TEACH: 169 students 3 Teachers

Absorbed in the world of Art

Absorbed in the world of Art


Look at my Painting!

Look at my Painting!


volunteer teachers teaching kids art

volunteer teachers teaching kids art

Art Classes - 3Art Classes

 

Art Classes were offered  to primary School children with the help of Volunteers  for  six months on every Saturday in 2011. Paints, drawing sheets and crayons were distributed to the children who took a keen interest in Art as a result. The classes culminated in a painting competition for the children where every child was given a  drawing book and a set of crayons to continue to paint at home.

The project impacted 120 students.


I have my notebook and crayons!

I have my notebook and crayons!


 

My notebooks

My notebooks


 

The Text book Library for her

The Text book Library for her


 

Students writing the aptitude test

Students writing the aptitude test


 

Counsellors with parents and children

Counsellors with parents and children


Employability Skills Development 

From 2012-2014, training in Beautician courses, Mobile Repairing Spoken English and Personality Development course were offered leading to some students finding well paid jobs.

Impact:  One School, 170 students


Computer Teachers in Schools

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GREAT Foundation sent its Facilitators to teach computers in the absence of computer teachers in three government schools in 2014-15. The children had no computer knowledge whatsoever until then. However, after the year long course the students got regular hands-on training in computer use and developed an interest in learning further. They became familiar with the basic computer functions and concepts improving their score in the final exams. The Facilitator also trained the subject teachers with basics of computers.

Impact : The project impacted: 3 Schools and 1400 Students.


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The Cycle Distribution Project was initiated at the request of School Principals of different government Schools. The reason for starting the project was that some students could not afford to pay the bus fare and had to walk long distances to get to school and back. This is a need-based program and as and when the requirement is expressed GREAT Foundation raises funds and gifts cycles to the children.

Impact: Cycles have been distributed for the last three years in two schools and have impacted 23 students so far, mainly girls.


Higher Education Scholarships

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GREAT Foundation has been financially supporting a few bright students from the schools it works in, for college education. This has helped them to get their graduate and postgraduate degrees without too much burden to their families.

Impact: 4 Schools, 24 Students.


Employability Skills Development 

From 2012-2014, training in Beautician courses, Mobile Repairing Spoken English and Personality Development course were offered leading to some students finding well paid jobs.

Impact: One School, 170 students


Material Resources 

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No child can study without some material resources which are essential. These include stationery, computers, textbooks, Library books, even  furniture. GREAT Foundation provides these resources to less privileged children studying in government schoolson request from their School Principals.

 Computers for Government Schools

 Impact: 8 schools, 50 computers, 2000 students.