Impacted lives of
Impacted lives of
COVID-19: Health, Hygiene And Nutrition
of our partner CCIs have not sent their children home
Our Response to COVID-19
Education and Developmental Training
Focus on remedial teaching and grade specific learning for Math and English Using videos, worksheets and games (Both online and offline)
Recreation Extracurricular activities
Opportunity to learn with fun To include indoor and outdoor games including Zumba and Yoga To include creative learning forums like storytelling, Art and Craft
To focus on Career awareness to children who are 16 and above To improve their spoken English
Emotional and stress management Counseling as per requirement
Operationalizing Digital Engagement
Equip CCIs with digital infrastructure
Provide laptops Install Wi-Fi at our CCIs
Curate and collect educational and recreational content
Educational Content Providers like Khan Academy Subscriptions to Smart TV services Curation of interesting online courses, documentaries, vocational learning content etc. Tie up with content providers to teach spoken English
Introduce on-line discussion sessions with CSA Program Officers and experts
Through scheduled Google Hangouts/Zoom interactive video calls Over time provide sessions with experts in yoga, meditation, music, dance, etc.
Identify a “family circle” for every child:
This could be a Program Officer, a counsellor, an alumnus, or their family. We would facilitate one-on-one video sessions with children; Knowing that you have a few people who care for you, is a very strong source of mental support at a time like this and beyond.
We see the tremendous value this program brings to our children.
First and foremost, a world of content is available for them to learn across all the fields. This also caters to children at varied learning levels wherein children can learn at their own learning pace.
Teacher capability is another aspect that gets addressed in digital learning. This also opens up the doors for a variety of teachers, volunteers, mentors and counsellors to interact with our children.