01 Apr 2015 - 31 Mar 2016
01 Apr 2015 - 31 Mar 2016
SAMPARC began its work in the year 1990. Through interaction and obesrvation skills, it found that education is a far-fledged dream in these villages and hence began work by initiating Anganwadi, which is now grown into a Marathi medium Seconday school named Grameen Vidya Vikas Kendra, with junior college upto 12th std. Samparc has its own professional devoted staff to cater services to the community with its RTE developmental project supported by Oxfam India to upgrade educational standard and quality education for Children which is the base for any individual to grow and progress. Samparc also believes that Children are the future of our Nation as its beginning is from Balgram keeping Children in center and initiating developmental activities around them to develop the community.
About the Project:
This project is the continuation of the last project cycle.
The project began last year and has been able to reach to 4 villages covering 5 Zillah Parishad primary schools and 2 Private schools. Good rapport has been built with teachers, Government officials, PRI members, SMC and PTA members with regular visitis and interaction through meetings. Slowly, importance of education has gained attention and the community is shifting its focus on enroling children into schools. Though, there is reluctance on the part of teachers to accept implementation of RTE, since they visulaise it as a threat to their existence.
To involve active participation of the women in the project, it is proposed that SAMPARC would involve local women and SHG’s women in SMC, PTA, Project implementation and Management committee and Village educated youth committee. SAMPARC would ensure that 1/3 participation of the women in these committees.
The objective of the project is :
Results to be Achieved / Impact:
SAMPARC will facilitate processes whereby:
Quotes of Beneficiaries
•Manda Raju Valanj (Age-30 )
Resident of Ambavane village, “Because of RTE and its implementation we have become more sensitive towards the progress of our children and we have now started attending PTA meetings regularly. Parents can become good support for SMC in the forthcoming days if the school authorities implement it as per the government laids stipulations and norms”.
•Bapu Yadav (Age-45)
Resident of village Bhambarde, “Through RTE and its implementation teachers have now become regular in schools and are giving attention towards progress of children. The RTE street play has helped us understand RTE. We are happy that the school drop-out rate has minimised and children are attending the school regularly”.
Case Studies/Human stories
Vinod Vishnu Jadhav a 12 year old Child resident of village Nive hailing from Tribal Katkari family. His parents and other relatives all work as labourers. His father was alcoholic due to hard labour work Their family income was hand to mouth and liveed in very poor l adverse condition. SAMPARC’s team member was able to convince and enroll him in school. He went to school for the first time and he belonged to the first generation learners as his parents are illiterates. He was enroled in Std. 7th based on age appropriate admission.
This case has built confidence amongst the Katkari community in the intervention areas.