Anweshan – Child Development Centre

Education
 

Anweshan – Child development Centre 

We are working in rural, urban and semi urban areas of North 24 Parganas in West Bengal, India and the people are very poor and living in remote without fundamental facility, they need support for their children education. To provide modern and quality education and support OFINS has started a free primary level school in Badu-Mathgram village in 2017 named “Anweshan-A Child Development Centre”. The project was started with 28 students and now it is 72. We know that the Education is a gift for life and we help underprivileged children to reach school and get a quality education. We believe that every child is extraordinary and can scale great heights if provided with the right learning opportunities. With regular and generous contributions from our supporters, we can walk steadily towards achieving these goals. We are committed to ensuring that all children, irrespective of their origin, can go to school, play, interact and learn with other children of their age. We help children with limited means hone their creativity and skills under the guidance of trained teachers and make persistent efforts to enable them to secure a life of dignity for themselves, their families, and the community at large.

 
 

Impact

75 students are getting free education

70% Students are form first-learner families

50% of total beneficiary are girls

85% of total students attend online calasses

  • Objective

    To promote primary education of the poor children of the inaccessible area of the state.

    To provide modern and quality education and support.

    To promote health and hygiene among the poor village children.

  • Target Age Group

    The target groups are the children of 4 to 9 year age group from poor backward families.

  • Target Area

    The project area covers remote village areas inhabited by the poor people without any financial capability to send the children to schools. The number of dropout and school non-going children is very high due to extreme poverty of the area.