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FROM PUBLIC HEALTH TO NOW EDUCATION

(Widening our horizons into Education)
After having worked for the upliftment of the society by leveraging public health system building a bridge between public health and the common man, HHF has now felt the need to connect vulnerable children from economically weaker sections to the government schools and colleges.
A recent survey undertaken by us particularly in the Muslim minority of the city of Hyderabad, it was observed that, nearly 25-27% children have dropped out of schools and another 5% haven’t been to school yet. The key reason for dropouts has been financial hardships and poverty in paying school feeds to private schools which dominate the primary and secondary school education in Muslim dominated slums. Bridge Schools for Dropouts. HHF has set up a first of its kind BRIDGE School for dropouts from class 1 to 5 and then from 5 th to 8 th Class. A total of 90 students have been enrolled and will undergo 3 months of bridge schooling. Once we bring these children up to speed, we will endeavor to admit them in government schools both day scholars and residential. The Bridge school classes for various groups are being done online in collaboration with

adopt a school

Adopt & Enroll in Govt Schools.

For those children who are academically up to speed but have stopped schooling due to want of money, we are counselling parents through our Rahnumai Centers opened in Mosques across city & have started enrolling them into nearest government schools from their place of domicile. Under ADOPT a school program, we are engaging with the government schools to fill in the gaps in their resources, infrastructure, and teachers to make the schools fully functional, hygienic and a good place for our children to study. So far, we have adopted 2 schools and work is under way in these schools. We are targeting to enroll 250 - 300 students free of cost for schooling from the next academic year in these 2 schools.

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Bridge Schools

As per reliable reports and surveys, 27% of Muslim children have dropped out of schools and another 5% haven’t been to school yet. The key reason for dropouts has been financial hardships and poverty in paying school fees to private schools, which dominate the primary and secondary school education in Muslim dominated slums & lack of government schools and facilities in the government schools in many areas. To address this critical issue, HHF proposes establishing a bridge school in strategic locations across the Urban Slums, focusing on strengthening the educational foundation of these children.

The project will consist of three modules:
• Foundation Level Course (FLC): A 90-day program emphasizing the foundational aspects of English, Mathematics, Science and Social studies.
• Beginning Level Course (BLC): Another 90-day program taking a step further into more advanced topics.
• Senior Level Course (SLC): A final 90-day program delving into advanced levels of learning.

Education

After having worked for the upliftment of the society by building a bridge between public health and the common man, Helping Hand Foundation, HHF has now felt the need to connect vulnerable children who do not find the means to pay fees in private schools and connect them to the government schools.

Education

After having worked for the upliftment of the society by building a bridge between public health and the common man, Helping Hand Foundation, HHF has now felt the need to connect vulnerable children who do not find the means to pay fees in private schools and connect them to the government schools.

Adopt & Enroll in Govt Schools.

For those children who are academically up to speed but have stopped schooling due to want of money, we are counselling parents through our Rahnumai Centers opened in Mosques across city & have started enrolling them into nearest government schools from their place of domicile. Under ADOPT a school program, we are engaging with the government schools to fill in the gaps in their resources, infrastructure, and teachers to make the schools fully functional, hygienic and a good place for our children to study. So far, we have adopted 2 schools and work is under way in these schools. We are targeting to enroll 250 - 300 students free of cost for schooling from the next academic year in these 2 schools.

Bridge Schools

As per reliable reports and surveys, 27% of Muslim children have dropped out of schools and another 5% haven’t been to school yet. The key reason for dropouts has been financial hardships and poverty in paying school fees to private schools, which dominate the primary and secondary school education in Muslim dominated slums & lack of government schools and facilities in the government schools in many areas. To address this critical issue, HHF proposes establishing a bridge school in strategic locations across the Urban Slums, focusing on strengthening the educational foundation of these children.

The project will consist of three modules:
• Foundation Level Course (FLC): A 90-day program emphasizing the foundational aspects of English, Mathematics, Science and Social studies.
• Beginning Level Course (BLC): Another 90-day program taking a step further into more advanced topics.
• Senior Level Course (SLC): A final 90-day program delving into advanced levels of learning.

Adopt & Enroll in Govt Schools.

For those children who are academically up to speed but have stopped schooling due to want of money, we are counselling parents through our Rahnumai Centers opened in Mosques across city & have started enrolling them into nearest government schools from their place of domicile.

Under ADOPT a school program, we are engaging with the government schools to fill in the gaps in their resources, infrastructure, and teachers to make the schools fully functional, hygienic and a good place for our children to study. So far, we have adopted 2 schools and work is under way in these schools. We are targeting to enroll 250 - 300 students free of cost for schooling from the next academic year in these 2 schools.

Bridge Schools

As per reliable reports and surveys, 27% of Muslim children have dropped out of schools and another 5% haven’t been to school yet. The key reason for dropouts has been financial hardships and poverty in paying school fees to private schools, which dominate the primary and secondary school education in Muslim dominated slums & lack of government schools and facilities in the government schools in many areas.

To address this critical issue, HHF proposes establishing a bridge school in strategic locations across the Urban Slums, focusing on strengthening the educational foundation of these children.

The project will consist of three modules:
Foundation Level Course (FLC): A 90-day program emphasizing the foundational aspects of English, Mathematics, Science and Social studies.
Beginning Level Course (BLC): Another 90-day program taking a step further into more advanced topics.
Senior Level Course (SLC): A final 90-day program delving into advanced levels of learning.

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Lives Touched This Year
250 +
Team of Committed Volunteers
12
Primary Health Care Centers
8000 +
Provided Dialysis Sessions
35 +
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