In India, many children fail to receive a quality education. Although some children simply do not have access to a school, others are hindered for socioeconomic reasons. Those fortunate enough to enroll often drop out owing to poor school infrastructure and curriculum. Some do not attend because of the low value their parents place on education.
To begin to tackle this problem, UPAY NGO initiated the Reach & Teach initiative, one element of which was the creation of learning centers throughout India. Remedial learning programs were established within community spaces or government schools, and the foundation trained volunteers to conduct classes and counsel parents on the importance of education. The ones who are unable to reach for gaining education and are far away from the concept of self-development which teaches us how to focus on making themselves competent enough to fight independently for their rights.
The objective of our project is creating educated and skilled human resources out of the underprivileged children and making them capable to get involved in mainstream development. We aim to educate the disadvantaged children from every nook and corner.