Scholarship programme integrated with existing Rural Learning Excellence Centres in government primary schools.
Rural Mobile Library, focused on inculcating reading habits amongst children, integrated to cover Adult Literacy Programme in villages.
Feasibility study to set up Skill Development Centre in the cluster.
An international NGO partner was given a tour of the villages to undertake the additional identified programmes jointly, such as Entrepreneurship Development and Alternative Livelihood Generation programmes for women.
It is said if the foundation is built strong, nothing can weaken the building. With a similar vision in mind, Cluster Village Development Programme was formed for an express mission of:
Empowering communities and creating opportunities for the underprivileged in order to facilitate a well-built foundation.
Creating new innovative precedents in the realm of nurturing talent.
Facilitating integrated growth of villages and holistic development of underprivileged communities.
Transforming the identified cluster of villages into vibrant “model villages”.
Promoting these active, diverse and prosperous rural model villages as an easily replicable model for the development of other rural communities precisely on six major development areas: social, economic, environmental, health, education and skill development.
DLF Primary Health Care Project (PHC) - October-2012
DLF Primary Health Care Project (PHC) - November-2012
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