Gramoday Chetna Kendra
Theme :Non-discriminatory access to the right to basic services through education.
The Gramoday Chetna Kendra project aims to empower women from scheduled castes (SC), scheduled tribes (ST) and primitive tribal groups to access education for their children.
The project proposes to work with education committees in villages to increase enrolment and retention of female children in schools and ensure regular discrimination-free distribution of midday meals (MDM).
The project is working in 361 villages in the Chatra district of Jharkhand and is supported by PACS for four years.
Gramoday Chetna Kendra aims
Awareness generation among excluded groups about the right to education.
Develop inclusive community institutions focused on education services.
Capacity building of excluded communities and empower them to access their right to education and monitor ongoing government programmes.
Ensure the participation of women from excluded communities in different community institutions focused on education services.
Documentation and dissemination of findings through a social audit of government programmes and project learnings through print and audio-visual media.
About Gramoday Chetna Kendra
Gramoday Chetna Kendra works with scheduled castes and marginalised communities in the rural area of the Chatra district, Jharkhand. The organisation works on education and health through community empowerment and focuses on setting up qualitative education systems in the district. The project also aims to strengthen grassroot-level democracy.
Since its inception the organisation has been working with the scheduled caste groups of Bhuniya, Ganjhu, Paswan, Turi, and Charmakar; scheduled tribe groups of Oraon and Munda; and primitive tribal groups of Birhor and Baiga.
Find out more
(Near telephone tower),
PO & Dist- Chatra
Pin– 825401, Jharkhand