COVID-19 Relief Work

Camp Vidya: Ensuring learning never stops

The pandemic poses a serious threat of reversing all the progress made on the education of the most vulnerable children, especially girls over the last decade.
To address this and ensure children stay connected with education with their safety in mind, Educate Girls has initiated a community-based learning program that focuses on Hindi and Math skills through activity-based sessions called Camp Vidya (Camp of Knowledge).
Camp Vidya’s learning framework is spread across 16 sessions for 4 weeks and is aligned with the mobile-learning content built up by the state governments. It improves socio-emotional skills keeping children motivated during these trying times. So far a total of 13,388 camps across 11,165 villages of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh have been conducted benefitting 250k children.
To ensure learning never stops for our children, join us to bring Camp Vidya to the most marginalised villages.

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Ration Distribution: Ensuring most vulnerable get the right nutrition

Educate Girls works with the local Government machinery, with on-ground presence of over 13,000 Team Balika community volunteers. Working with the communities, it reaches the grassroots and understands their situation in real-time.
Educate Girls has so far helped 1,517 villages in three states where the supply of essentials like groceries, medical supplies, sanitation and hygiene, etc., has been barely trickling down.
These villages have the highest numbers of out of school children, and where families are struggling to avail government social security schemes due to illiteracy and absence of important documents like Ration Card and Aadhar Card.
Addressing the immediate needs of such vulnerable and marginalised communities, Educate Girls is distributing rations kits that includes flour, sugar, salt, soya bean, chickpea lentils, red gram, refined oil, red chilli powder, turmeric, coriander powder, and soaps for washing clothes and bathing. These kits can provide for the needs of a household for 7-8 days. We have reached 100k households benefitting 500k people over all.
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Safety Kits Distribution: Protecting our frontline workers

Our Team Balika (community volunteers) and field staff are creating awareness about COVID-19, helping their communities deal with this crisis with all possible support from the government and local health departments. As frontline workers. It is crucial that the health and well-being of our community volunteers is protected at all times.
Supporting our boots on the ground, Educate Girls is equipping its staff and Team Balika with essentials like gloves, masks and hand sanitizers and disposable bags.
So far, Educate Girls has distributed over 67,600 safety kits among 16,877 Team Balika volunteers and 2,443 staff across our operational villages in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
You can join us in furthering this support.

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