Learning first-hand through PBSA

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Every year classes at Hunar Ghar undergo PBSA – Project Based Summative Assessment to learn through observation and interaction outside the school. The students pick up a topic in consultation with their class teachers and then plan and execute a visit themselves. This year class 4, 6 and 7 visited Primary Health Centre, Mandwa, Forest Deptt office, Kukawas and Post Office at Mandwa respectively for their PBSA. Here’s a brief overview of their experience…

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Sports intervention in Jhed

A Fellow’s Journey : How sports intervention can help in learning

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 Educate for Life has supported Kshamtalaya, an Indian non-profit organisation founded to support school children in disadvantaged settings. We have enabled three local government schools in the vicinity of Hunar Ghar to benefit from the inputs of three committed Kshamtalaya Fellows who have been working to support students and teachers since the start of the 2017 academic year in August.

Here Kshamtalaya Fellow Stephen Charles, a former Bank of America employee, shares his experience of working in Jhed Secondary School, helping 46 children to develop a greater interest in their studies and learn valuable life skills through participating in sporting activities. 

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Dental camp at Hunar Ghar

Dental Check-up Camp at Hunar Ghar

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A dental check-up camp was organized at Hunar Ghar in collaboration with Global Hospital, Mount Abu to screen children for diseases and to ensure that a good oral hygiene is being maintained. With limited access to reliable healthcare , health interventions such as this form a critical support for children and their families in Bakhel. An early diagnosis and subsequent treatments keep the children healthy and increase attendance at school manifold. Here is a brief account of the  dental camp..

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