Reaching The Unreached

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”
Nelson Mandela

Hamraah Foundation has been running Reaching The Unreached programme has been designed for slow learners in the Slum areas where children are often unable to make to schools or they dropout early. Reaching The Unreached is an instructional programme designed for students in age group of 4 to 13 years who have identified deficiencies in reading, writing, and mathematics. This programme provides individualized basic skills in the area of reading, mathematics and writing. The programme aims the all-round development and better academic performance of students in the age group of 4 to 13 years whose academic performance is hampered due to various factors such as lack of attention/concentration, memorizing difficulties, spelling errors, bad hand writing etc. Under this programme frequent interaction were made with students and their parents. Regular monthly meetings with children and their parents are organised with additional home visits. This Non-Formal Education model of Hamraah Foundation bridges the gap in education in cases where children either have never been to school or have dropped out. It also addresses the need of children who are studying in government schools, but need additional support at home.

There are many activities conducted under this programme such as regular coaching classes for the children, Individual coaching classes for different grade of students, Books distribution for the students etc.

Individual follow up with the students and their parents is ensured to enhance the children participation in extracurricular activities. All possible efforts are made to mainstream these children in the neighbouring schools.