Community Participated Initiatives at Ameliorating the Deprived Children And Adolescent

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2004-07
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PCF3 // Bikash Bharati Welfare Society is a recognized national level NGO in India operating from Kolkata Headquarters with outposts in the rural areas of Jhargram, Tarkaeswar(West Bengal), Ghatsila(Jharkhand) and the city slums of Baranagore, Cossipore(Kolkata) and Ranibagh(New Delhi). The Society has developed over a period of last three decades, and effective community participated Educational Programme for the deprived sector in rural areas and the city slums in north Kolkata. The educational programme, run for different segment of population, as Early Childhood Education for pre-school children, Institutional education for School drop–out children ( both children at work and those not at work), Adult education for concerned adults, Continuing Education for neo-literates, are all community mobilised programmes. // In consideration of the limited resources available, the Society set priorities for different form of education for different segment of the deprived population ,with an emphasis on the education of female children and girls/women. For developing community participation, the Society mobilised a complete spectrum of community – workers, non-workers, housewives, business people, teacher community, students community, elderly people and others. Also stress was given on involving small community – localised and the members interactive with each other, youth groups and CBOs.

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