There are two looming crises that communities in our partner villages face - hunger and children falling behind in learning. Working hard through the summer to save cash and food for the monsoons has not been possible this year due to the lockdown.Children from the Gram Vikas residential schools, mostly first generation learners, who returned to their homes post lockdown have been struggling to continue learning due to the dismal connectivity in the villages.Watch the stories from Ganjam, Gajapati and Kalahandi that bring alive these crises. They need your support.This crowdfunding campaign will support 1275 households to stay hunger free and 1172 children, mostly first generation learners, to continue learning for the academic year.In partnership with the village communities, we will provide the needy families with Survival Kits. The kits will have supplies of food, groceries, sanitary napkins and essential medicines. We will leverage our existing technology partnerships to provide at-home/village level learning for children. We will identify, make available and use online learning tools as well as facilitate group sessions by trained teachers from the government schools or Gram Vikas schools to enable continuous learning.This campaign aims to support 1275 families, struggling with food insecurity, in 196 habitations across Odisha, fight hunger; and 1172 high school children from 97 habitations to not fall back in learning.
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