The Khushi Project is tri-partite Public–Private–People initiative reaching out to 3089 Anganwadis (Early Childhood Care Centres) in select blocks in South Rajasthan. Jatan Sansthan is one of the implementing partners of this project, working with 504 of the 3089 Anganwadis Centres in the areas of Railmagra, Rajsamand and Khamnor with support of Hindustan Zinc Private Limited and Ministry of Women & Child Development.
Project L.O.V.E. Learning Orbit for Village Excellence
This is a collaborative project between Kshamtalaya and Jatan Sansthan. Currently being implemented in rural parts of Kotra and Gogunda, it is envisioned to bring Educational and Social Equity by re-imagining and contributing to learning spaces-through supporting a fellowship programme.
1098 – is a telephone helpline for children in distress. Jatan Sansthan runs two Child Line Centres one from its Rajsamand office and the other from Udaipur City Railway Station. This is a 24 X 7 service. The Constitution of India recognizes the children of India as citizens with rights. Children are vulnerable and this makes the protection of children and their rights an urgent imperative.
Apna Jatan Kendra
The Apna Jatan Centre is located within at an urban settlement, Neemach Kheda Basti in Udaipur city.
The centre attracts over 60 children each day. It is a facility for children in the age of group of 2 – 14.
Music, sports, field trips, dance and drama are part of the many activities. The centre is managed by three full time staff members – two teachers and an attendant. A nutritious breakfast is provided each morning.
Strengthening SMC/SDMC towards creation of a stigma and discrimination free learning environment in the context of COVID19
(April 2021- March 2022)
Communities led by SMC/SDMCs can play a constructive role in ensuring that learning is not hampered outside of school premises, through active ownership of communities. Also, SMCs have a crucial role in ascertaining the schools themselves become safe inclusive zones, free of stigma and discrimination for every child, when the school structures reopen again for students. Care must also be taken to prevent stigmatizing of those, who may have been exposed to the virus directly, indirectly or presumptively by other students and staff. Finally an oversight of precautions necessary to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 in school settings also falls in SMC/SMDCs roles
Strengthening Gargi Manch Initiative in secondary schools to promote adolescent empowerment
SMSA, Dept. of education, GoR has envisioned Gargi Collectives to address these and related issues. The mandate of Gargi Manch includes enrolment and retention of girls in schools, development of Gender safe schools and enhanced ability of students specially girls to challenge existing stereotypes and gender based violence which impact their development. All Secondary schools of Rajasthan are instructed to establish Gargi Manch in their schools with the membership of girls and boys in each class. Other than regular students drop out girls can also be invited to join the Manch.
Overall goal of this partnership is to contribute to the vision where Government of Rajasthan has the institutional capacity to empower adolescents through functional Gargi Manch collectives in Secondary Schools, on life sills, child rights and gender equality in order to support completion of school education, prevent social evils such as child marriage and build self-efficacy.
“Gyanodaya” is an aspirational block educational transformation project, working with Government primary schools of Karauli block implemented by Jatan sansthan. We aim to impact 22500 children within a span of 3 years supported by NSE Foundation. We believe in transformation through demonstration, action and reflection while achieving below major 4 missions…
The project aims to strengthen education provision at two senior secondary schools in Mandwa and Jhed Panchayats, in Kotra Block, Udaipur District. Students from primary schools in the area will be supported to continue and complete their secondary school studies and will develop their awareness of higher education streams and employment opportunities. This will enable young people to make informed decisions about future opportunities and will be able to support socio – economic transformation in the area.