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Centre for Education, Health and Skills Development (CEHS)

We support bonded labourers through various programs under the comprehensive dimensions of education, health and skill development. The Center for Education, Health and Skills Development supports children, adolescents and mothers via various training programs, camps, clubs and others. Mothers within the self-help groups to monitor the community schools’ educational services provided to their children to observe if discrimination is occurring within the classroom and take steps as necessary. Village Education Centres. These centers aim at deploying education counselors to support various clubs. In selected 70 villages about 1500 identified child labour and destitute children below the age of 14 years will be rescued and mainstreamed with the public education system and 1000 identified adolescent labour between the age 14-18 years. After their rescue, these children receive skill training under skill development mission and will be placed for employment or start their own enterprise for Social and Economic Rehabilitation.

CEHS works through the following -

  • Self-employment Training and Resource centre
  • SPEED-UP Centre
  • PragatiBalVidyalaya - A Neighbourhood School Experiment
  • Supporting a Community Girls’ School
  • Village Education Centres (VECs)
  • Mothers’ Club
  • Village Library
  • TB Control Awareness Programme
  • Eye Check-up Camp
  • Training on Right to Food and Nutritional Security
  • Health and Nutrition Education Camps
  • Awareness Campaigns with Adolescent Girls Groups

Village Education Centres

VECs are a platform where education volunteers conduct counseling sessions for parents and children. The modules are prepared in coordination with the education counselors which thereby help in organizing training for the education volunteers.  The SHGs communities have started these education centers for their drop out children. VECs not only function in the community space but are also managed by volunteers from the community itself. 

Programs for Adolescent Girls

Adolescent (between the age group of 14-18 years) Bonded Laborers, after being rescued by PGS are then provided skills training under Skill Development Mission and are placed either for employment or for initiation of their own enterprise for social and economic rehabilitation

Mother's Club

The organization supports mothers within the SHGs to monitor the community school’s educational services provided to their children to observe if discrimination is occurring within the classroom and take steps as necessary. Motivate mother’s club members to participate in trainings on the entitlements at government school and importance of education. The members of the mother’s club are assisted by PGS to monitor if their children are met with any discrimination.  Regular trainings are conducted to for mother’s club participants. 

 

DESIGNATION CENTER FOR EDUCATION, HEALTH & SKILL DEVELOPMENT
TEAM LEADER Jyoti Singh
CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINER Shehjad Akhtar
ASST. OPERATION RESEARCH Richa
COMMUNITY RESEARCH ASST. Neeru Singh
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS Ramjanak 
CONSULTANT/ADVISORS Dr. Kavita Agrawal, Ambika Singh
RESOURCE CENTER Village education center, Skill Training, Design Research Lab, Village library
PARTNERS Pratham,KNMH,CBCI,CHC/PHC