Project Ankur

Support a Child under Project Ankur - the Born Learning Initiative of United Way Mumbai

Project Ankur recognizes that early childhood development plays a critical role in ensuring that a child is able to achieve her/his full potential as a healthy adult. This project strives to provide and environment of holistic development for children from disadvantaged communities, within the age group of 6 months to 6 years. Through Project Ankur we aim to improve their health and early learning abilities, ensuring a growth-appropriate development.

By partnering with us, you can help create an enabling environment for a child to ensure optimum physical and cognitive development for as little as INR 875/- a month or INR 10,500/- a year. With this contribution, the child will be provided with all the benefits of UWM's Project Ankur, for setting the building blocks of good health from the very beginning, development of social-cognitive skills and, most importantly, a safe and nurturing environment. This will be done through result oriented and time bound interventions to ensure maximum social return on your investment in a child's development.

 

Mumbai


There are 11 Anganwadi and Balwadi centres, which cater to more than 1100 children across Mumbai and Panvel. The children belong to the age group 0-6 years and come from marginalised sections of the community. 

Through the project, UWM provides support towards infrastructural development of centres to make them child friendly, including provision of early learning material and trained educational facilitators.

Aurangabad


There are 16 Anganwadi and Balwadi centres, which cater to more than 1600 children across Aurangabad. The children belong to the age group 0-6 years and come from marginalised sections of the community. 

Through the project, UWM provides support towards infrastructural development of centres to make them child friendly, including provision of early learning material and trained educational facilitators.

Pune


There are 10 Anganwadi and Balwadi centres, which cater to more than 1000 children across Mumbai and Panvel. The children belong to the age group 0-6 years and come from marginalised sections of the community. 

Through the project, UWM provides support towards infrastructural development of centres to make them child friendly, including provision of early learning material and trained educational facilitators.

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