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Works in low-resource government schools in collaboration with DOSE (Department of School Education) with the aim of school transformation for holistic development of children

Quality education is CI’s primary focus for helping children in general and orphans and vulnerable children in particular. This is achieved by collaborating with private / public stakeholders and has the following components

  • Mainstreaming of orphans and vulnerable children and promoting girl education.
  • Remedial education for children with low competency levels (drop outs, never enrolled, child labourers etc.)
  • Community mobilization programs to make teachers, parents and the community aware of their role in imparting quality education to children and to bridge the gap especially between parents and teachers.
  • Teacher workshops to build the capacities of the teachers to adopt modern tools and methods of pedagogy so that teachers can deliver quality education.
  • Teacher incentivisation and motivation programs
  • School Libraries and Playground support. Night classes / Non-Formal Education
  • Modern classrooms using technology and interactive infrastructure


MOU with Department of School Education (DSEK): CHINAR collaborated with DSEK through its Education Bridge initiative in mainstreaming of vulnerable children and providing quality education. This includes activities like remedial education, community mobilization, teacher training – sensitization – motivation – incentivisation – resource and other related infrastructure support like libraries and playgrounds. CHINAR initially adopted 6 schools from five districts viz. Srinagar, Budgam, Anantnag, Kulgam and Shopian covering 800 children.

Warwan Valley Intervention:

CHINAR is supporting 600 children in 3 villages of Warwan valley through remedial education, health and hygiene.

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