The program aims to cater to learning gaps that are created through a whole host of reasons not limited to just schooling systems but also support systems for children. The program runs after school daily evening classes for children. Till June 2019, we have worked with a total of 12 slums and 860 children through a variety of short term projects and interventions.


Over time the life skill classes (once a week), evolved into doubt solving and life skill classes (twice a week) and finally to basic education program (five to six day a week). We have been running daily tuition classes over the past two and half years and are now trying to evolve into a more sustainable intervention through a fellowship program and institutional partnerships.
This program uses creative and critical thinking, art and value based educational pedagogies for the provision of basic education and life skills along with shared focus on nutrition, hygiene and self-confidence to under-privileged, slum, village and special needs children. The academic focus is on language, mathematics and science.