Give Girls from Underprivileged Families a Chance to Continue Their Studies

By Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS)

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Summary

Fourteen-year-old Rinky (name changed) from Ajmer district, Rajasthan has looked forward to the day when schools would be open again, for the last two years. Now, however, given the economic set back her family has suffered in the Pandemic, Rinky is not sure she would be able to get back to school. In the past two years her parents have lost their regular work at retail stores in the city, the family is now dependent on irregular and unreliable daily wage, barely surviving. Due to lack of resources, Rinky was not able to take part in online learning modules and is now likely to have a tough time being able to get back to offline classes, due to learning gaps. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on girls’ education across India. School closure across the country has increased girls’ involvement in housework, even childcare for younger siblings, sparing little time for learning. According to UNICEF, millions of girls are likely to drop out of school once the schools do open. 

INDIAdonates’ partner, Rajasthan Samagrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS) has so far identified 250 girls between 11 to 15 like Rinky from 20 villages in Ajmer district of Rajasthan. These girls do not have the basic school supplies, hygiene material or knowledge of hygiene and sanitation. The severe financial plight of the families has led to food insecurity, irregular meals and reduced health status for them, further preventing them from reaching their full potential with studies. The girls are now looking at an uncertain future with the high likelihood of child marriage. 

To ease the process of their return to school, now that the Rajasthan government has opened up the schools, RSKS will be providing these girl-children with school supplies for a year, hygiene material including sanitizers, soaps as well as menstrual hygiene products. Further to bring up the girls’ health status to optimum, they will be provided with nutritious food items for the next 6 months. Home visits will be conducted for each of the 250 girls before and after the distribution and at regular intervals throughout the next 4 months to ensure that they continue to attend school. 

In the face of the devastating after effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the lives of marginalized rural girls, INDIAdonates aims to provide immediate and direct relief to prevent the situation from taking a turn for worse. Your contribution of Rs. 2200 would be essential in keeping a vulnerable girl healthy and in school, preventing a bleak future for her.

 

 

Education Kit

Quantity

Amount In INR 

Geometry Box

01

90

Note Books

06

270

Drawing Book

01

30

Sketch Book

01

30

Pen

1 Packet

45

Pencil

1 Packet

50

Sketch Colour

01 Set

35

School Bag

01

310

 

Sub Total

860

Hygiene Kit

   

Sanitizer

01

75

Safety Mask

01

20

Soap

01

30

Sanitary Napkin Packet

1 Packet

40

Hanky/Towel

01

30

Vitamin C & Zinc Tablets Packet

1 Packet

45

 

Sub Total

240

Nutrition food Kit

   

Soyabean Chunks

1 Kg

160

Lentils

1 Kg

110

Daliya

1 Kg

70

Black Gram

1 Kg

100

Whole Moong

1 Kg

120

Chawla

1 Kg

110

 

Sub Total

670

Operation and administrative Cost

Per Beneficiary

180

Transportation Cost for materials

Per Beneficiary

50

Monitoring and Reporting Cost

Per Beneficiary

200

 

Sub Total

230

Total Cost for One Beneficiary

2,200

Total Cost for 250 Beneficiaries

5,50,000

 

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS)

Rajasthan Samgrah  Kalyan  Sansthan (RSKS) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) based in Ajmer District of Rajasthan. The organization was founded in the year 1992 with the main aim of promotion of Livelihood, microfinance & enterprise, women & child education & development, Women Empowerment, gender equality, Children Welfare, human rights and environmental and wate...read more

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