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Seva Mandir

Tribal education
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Help rural tribal children access education
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Awards & Recognition
Guidestar India Transparency Award 2016, Best Farmer Award, India Top NGO Award
Last audited December 2018
Seva Mandir is one of India's leading development nonprofit organizations. It currently works with 360,000 people across 700 villages of southern Rajasthan, where over 90% of the population relies on subsistence agriculture and most people live on less than Rs. 20 ($0.35) a day. For over 45 years, Seva Mandir has worked in partnership with these people, not only to improve their material well-being but to build stronger and more ethical communities. Through its programs on governance, health, education, sustainable use of natural resources, women's empowerment, youth development, child care and social enterprise, Seva Mandir makes a tangible and transformative impact. Every year, 12,000 disadvantaged children receive a quality education in its schools; 8,000 women and children out of reach of hospitals are offered critical health services; thousands of more families achieve food security and sustainable livelihoods through the rehabilitation of hundreds of acres of land; and 9,000 women move closer to gender equality and financial independence through women's groups and lending cooperatives. Their mission is to make real the idea of a society consisting of free and equal citizens who are able to come together to solve the problems that affect them in their particular contexts.
Leadership Mr. Ronak Shah
Expenses incurred in the education of children
Seva Mandir's education strategy focuses on ensuring education for the school dropouts between the ages of 6-14 years in tribal areas and enables communities to demand quality education from the Government. Seva Mandir runs Shiksha Kendras in places where the quality of education is either dismal or available at all. Shiksha Kendras are single classroom, single teacher schools providing education up to 3rd grade. Surveys are conducted to assesses the quality of existing education system, if any and availability of eligible children through continuous interactions with the villagers. After an assessment, a Shiksha Kendra is opened in the said village and a local teacher is employed. The required material is distributed to the children and the school. The entire village is involved in monitoring the school. Seva Mandir runs 205 schools serving 6000 children every year. When you support this program, you enable tribal children to dream of a better future.

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