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Meerut City has a population of 1.8 million people according to the latest census (GoI, 2011). Research undertaken by the John Hopkins University in the United States in collaboration with the Urban Health Resource Centre suggests that approximately 50% of the population of Meerut City dwell in urban slums, the highest slum to population ration in the entire country, second only to Mumbai.
As a result, literacy levels are extremely poor and the level
Education
in general experienced by large sections of society is quite simply inadequate. We work in local slum colonies to provide children with a basic level of education and life skills that will enable them to be admitted into mainstream schools.
Janhit Foundation has come forward via constructing a bamboo hut in order to provide a classroom where the slum children are taught daily. Another hut is being planned for construction in the other slum.
With the efforts of Team Janhit, an Anganwaadi Kendra has also started in the same locality where the children of the age group 3-6 are taught as well as provided with mid-day meal.
After successfully establishing the initial Gyan Ashram and spreading informal education to over 50 children through the work conducted there, the foundation went ahead with taking the kind initiative a step ahead by establishing a second Gyanashram in another slum in the Shastri Nagar locality. It was established in July 2008 and has been able to associate with over 100 children in all, targeting those who have been denied any form of formal education due to poverty of the parents.