The pandemic affected access to education for 286 million children in India. Over the last two years, children have faced learning loss, and many of them dropped out due to a lack of access to online education. Financial strain on the families has forced many to force their children into child labour and early marriage.
2022 was when schools opened up, and children started returning to school. But many have still not been able to.
Children in India have faced one of the most extended school closures in the world. This has directly impacted their mental health and well-being.
As schools have finally reopened this year, it is crucial to bridge the learning gap and ensure that children stay in school and have an opportunity to grow into independent individuals instead of falling into the trap of child labour and child marriage.
At CRY UK, we are working towards ensuring that every child:
Building confidence through academic bridge classes and psychosocial support to children.
Creating collectives for children that cater to emotional development through life skill sessions, sports, theatre and art-based activities.
Conducting awareness drives among parents on issues affecting children.
Following a class-appropriate curriculum with the help of qualified teachers and online platforms.
Your support can help children get back to school and follow their dreams.
Donate to send underprivileged children Back To School and have a chance at a brighter future!
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