Street Education Programme in the Year
-29 School Management Committees (SMCs) have Butterflies’ staff and parents as active members resulting in an empathetic relationship between school authorities and families and subsequently an increase in student retainership (Parents and families are the most important influence in a child’s life. Their support can play a vital role at all stages of education.When parents are involved in their children’s education, both children and parents benefit. Research reports that parent’s involvement in their children’s schooling enhances children’s self-esteem, improves children’s academic achievement, improves parent-child relationships,helps parents develop positive attitudes towards school and a better understanding of the schooling process).
-552 children (357 boys & 195 girls) from 13 contact points were in our network and part of interventions like monthly sports, life skill programs (Children’s Cooperatives)
-327 children (198 boys & 129 girls) were attending our regular education programme
-253 children (138 boys and 115 girls) were attending formal government schools
-89 children were part of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)
-285 young girls and mothers of children were enrolled in formal education through our NIOS partner agencies.