The vision of 'Sparsha Charitable Trust' is "Creating an empowered future generation through education".
The Mission of 'Sparsha Charitable Trust' is to "Provide educational support to enable children to reach their optimum potential"
One of Sparsha´s approach is to work together with the parents, since the parents are in charge of the childhood and education of their children. Sparsha runs the "Parents Counselling Programme" and "Community Outreach Programme" by counselling the parents to understand the importance of their children´s education and by supporting them to get the children enrolled in school.
Due to the lack of learning support Sparsha´s runs the "Learning Support Programme" by providing the children of disadvantaged communities with learning support offering a scholastic and non-scholastic curriculum in various learning centres within the communities.
Sparsha also supports children (16+) who dropped out of school at an early age to work, however when they grew up they saw the urge in education and want to study at their own will. For this age group Sparsha runs the "Distance Learning Programme" to support in the admission procedure and give learning support for the exams.
In helping Sparsha, you are allowing children access to a basic necessity – EDUCATION.
In order to ensure holistic learning and to empower the future generation, Sparsha needs to continuously ensure quality within their learning support. The funds raised by the donor´s support will be used to provide Sparsha beneficiaries with their daily services and programmes:
- Teacher Salaries
- Monitoring & Evaluation
- Teacher Training
- Children Documentation & Assistance
Rehana Shabir Shaikh, 16 years
Rehana, from the community of Kokari Agar was not allowed to attend school due to her parents not believing in education. About 4 years ago when Sparsha has opened a Learning Center in Kokari Agar, she used to just come around to play with the children.
When she came to the center and saw the other children study, she got interested to learn reading and writing herself. Sparsha discovered her great talents in writing and she even became a mentor for the younger children.
However she was still not allowed to attend school. Sparsha took the initiative to counsel her mother, who then agreed for her to attend a school in the close neighborhood. Since Rehana has already acquired some education in the learning center, Sparsha has enrolled her in the 5th Standard in the "S.K.Roy Memorial High School" where she past her SSC with 63% in March this year.
After passing her SSC, Sparsha counseled Rehana in finding her future dream job, which is to become a teacher.
Again Sparsha supported Rehana to convince her parents that she can continue her education.
Sparsha enrolled Rehana in the "SIES College of Arts" and even her mother ensures today that she attends the lessons continuously.
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