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Community Outreach Programme (CORP)

Primary education
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Fund a balwadi teacher s salary for a needy child s education
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Last audited December 2018
Provided Quality Care To 1200 Undprivileged Children Across All Its Day Care Centres
CORP founded in 1977, now has completed 40 years. From a two teacher, 40 children initiative they have grown to become a 100 staff initiative that supports a million children and women. They work for the holistic development of women and children. They have 20 centers in 14 different slums. Thousands of women and children from Mumbai's slum communities are benefited by atleast one of CORP's programs. They have various programs like creches and daycare centers, shelter homes, vocational training, services for the differently-abled, counselling centers, health awareness, pregnancy clubs and senior citizen programs, dedicated to the eradication of poverty. Over 1,300 kids under the age of five are assisted by creche and day care alone and 85 additional children are supported through residential shelter homes.
Leadership Nirmal Chandappa
Pre-school education to build academic foundation,Regular access to healthy and nutritious food,Expenses incurred in the education of children ,Care provided to support daily needs of the vulnerable
Members of CORP believe that the first few years of a child's life are vital for his/her growth. Staff members of CORP provide parents with a ray of hope for their children's future through their creche and preschool programs, which are located in some of the most poverty-stricken areas of Mumbai. This also opens doors to a lifetime of learning for them, which in turn leads to greater development, opportunity and employment prospects. Early childhood education presents a unique opportunity to help break the cycle of poverty, which is often passed down through generations owing to limited schooling opportunities. 1,400 young children (within the age group of 5 months to 8 years) of working mothers are currently enrolled in the 20 day centres, where they are provided with a foundational education which prepares these kids for their formal schooling. These children are provided with nutritious meals, access to basic healthcare, and are taught about cleanliness and hygiene. Most importantly, they are provided a safe and caring environment during the day, thereby allowing their parents to go to work to support the family.

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