Ashaa Foundation addresses gaps in education systems with innovative, low-cost, replicable interventions that span the age spectrum. Working both directly and through government systems, these programs collectively reach thousand of children and thousands of school dropouts each year. In “direct” work, a Ashaa Foundation instructor works with children either in the school or in the community, whereas the “partnership” model involves Ashaa Foundation teams working closely with these children at the state, district or city level to design and implement programs. we approach to improving learning outcomes continues to serve as a model,in both village and slum area Over 95% of Indian children in the age group 6 to 14 are enrolled in school. Although these children have been in school for several years, many have not acquired the foundational skills that are essential for moving ahead. The challenge is how to enable such children to acquire basic reading and arithmetic, quickly and durably so they get a real chance to complete the elementary stage in a meaningful way. These children have already had difficult journeys, having fought the shackles of poverty, child labour, and much more to finally reach school. But the pandemic has reversed their years of struggle.

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Our Core Capmpaigns and Impact

  • 12,00 Children directly provided education through 14 centers in 4 states
  • 51% of total beneficiaries were girls, to ensure a fair start for all
  • 87% of eligible children were mainstreamed to formal schools, after successfully passing out from Mission Education centers
  • The focus of Ashaa Foundation’s Mission education program is holistic development of children and their readiness for school in the age group of 3-8 years. This is done with the support of mothers, school teachers and volunteers in the community.

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