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Why Girl Child Education?

While education is available to everyone across the country, the stats below tell another story. We realise that there is a growing need to promote girl child education. Something that has been neglected for generations. Child sex ratio down to 914 girls for 1,000 boys Less than 5 out of 10 girls who enter Class 1 actually finish Class 10

Raised
INR 42,23,200

Supporting the education of 1500 girl children at the minimum is the objective of this initiative

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Reasons why girls drop-out
from school are
  • Poverty-related
  • Child labour, household chores, caring for younger siblings
  • Socio-cultural practices
  • Child marriage, dowry, preference for boys’ education
  • Poor quality of education
  • Multi-grade classes, low teacher-to-student ratio
  • Infrastructure challenges
  • Lack of toilet and drinking water facilities in schools

Literacy Rate in India

Gender Disparity Chart
Figures sourced from census of India 2011
An introduction to us
- IIMPACT
  • IIMPACT was started by alumni of the 1978 batch of IIM, Ahmedabad
  • IIMPACT is a registered Non-Government Organisation (NGO) committed to educating and thereby empowering the rural girl child between the ages of 6 & 14 years in an attempt to reduce the levels of illiteracy prevailing in India
  • IIMPACT is run by a committed group of senior industry professionals, most of whom have graduated from the Indian Institute Management, Class of 1978
  • IIMPACT focuses on primary education of underprivileged girls who have never gone to school because of the prevailing village norms. Over 5 years, IIMPACT group teaches girls how to read, write and calculate. The system of teaching takes them from junior kindergarten levels to the 5th Standard level in achievable stages
  • IIMPACT believes that every remote region needs to share in the development and prosperity India is experiencing post-liberalization. In many parts of India, boys are still favored while girls are left behind.”
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Supporting the education of 1500 girl children at the minimum is the objective of this initiative

Details of the number of centers and girls enrolled across 5 states:
Serial no.
Name of the state
No. Of Centers/Villages
No. Of Enrolled Girls in each state
01
Rajasthan
10
300
02
UttarPradesh
5
176
03
Haryana
10
300
04
Odisha
13
453
05
West Bengal
7
275

45lcs

villages

1504

girls

5

states

Through CyclistsforChange journey we have raised 42 Lacs and this amount were handed over to an NGO called IIMPACT started by the Alumni of IIM -Ahm 1978 batch who works for girl child education across remote areas of the country.

You can visit campaign online

https://www.fueladream.com/home/campaign/275