Donate Rs 3,000 per year to educate a girl child. You can also support more education of more than one girl.
In spite of the remarkable expansion of the elementary education system in the last few decades, around 5.9 million children in Rajasthan in 6-14 age group continue to be out of school. Most of those who enrol in class I do not complete eight years of education. The growing needs of primary education have not been met by all the efforts made so far and there continues to be fairly large gaps in achievement levels.
To improve the poor educational scenario of project villages (10 villages of Shrinagar block) the organisation has deployed a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model. Apart from facilitating functioning of government schools, SWERA is running Non Formal Education Centres.
At present nearly 500 children are benefitting through Non Formal Education Centres. Girls are getting literate, enrolled and prepared for Middle and Secondary level exams through Bridge Course Centre under strategic name ‘Literacy to Livelihoods’. Education is imparted in two batches of 35 in each. Each batch, apart from merely educating, is offered training on stitching and solar lamp to inculcate them with sellable market driven skills and to make them financially independent.