Children in forest zone lack opportunities and support to explore alternate learning spaces and linguistic barriers/challenges, which can enhance the quality of educational outcomes. The teaching measures too fail to generate interest and willingness among children and teachers. This has severely affected basic learning skills within the children and reflects in the poor competency levels (reading, writing, arithmetic and life skills) within the children. Unfortunately, children from the poor and the marginalized communities have no other
option but to depend upon ineffective government schools. 

Our Response

  • Enhance the competency of teachers and children through AEA specific Back 2 Basic model.
  • Capacity Building of the community on School Governance
  • Environmental protection through promotion of Child Eco-Clubs


  • To ensure quality learning for children through quality teaching

Expected Outcomes

  • Increased participation of communities in education development processes
  • Children develop interest towards education and achieve acceptable competency levels.
  • Improved infrastructure in the schools
  • Enhanced capacities of the teachers
  • The capacities of children are built to access knowledge, interact with the larger world and capitalizing on the same.
  • Active involvement of children and parents in ensuring ecological restoration processes through awareness and collective efforts amongst people towards preservation and conservation of the environment.
  • Sustained, active and coordinated multi-stakeholder engagement (Community, Parents Teachers Association (PTAs), Panchayats and Education Department) upholding quality education.