CRY Project in Krishna District

Works towards ensuring education and protection to children in 18 villages in Machilipatnam block, Krishna district in Andhra Pradesh.

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Overview

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About The Project

The project aims to address the pressing issues of education and protection in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, focusing on vulnerable children and communities. With a focus on enhancing education infrastructure, promoting early childhood care and education, and combating child labor, the project intends to uplift the well-being of children and ensure their safety in an area grappling with crimes against women and children.

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Objective

The project’s overarching objective is to address the critical educational and protection challenges prevalent in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh. With a specific focus on vulnerable children and marginalized communities, the project aims to tackle issues within the education sector, including the enhancement of school infrastructure, the promotion of effective early childhood care and education through improved Anganwadi centers, and the reduction of school dropouts. Simultaneously, the project seeks to combat the prevalent problem of child labor by identifying and rehabilitating children engaged in labor, particularly within agriculture and unorganized sectors. By fostering a protective environment and collaborating with local stakeholders, the project aims to ensure the safety, well-being, and holistic development of children.

Our Work During COVID

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  • Transform Anganwadi centres into model Anganwadi centres
  • To mainstream the dropout children into schools.
  • Establish a STEM lab in a high school to enhance the conceptual learning of 300 children.
  • Ensure transition of children from primary to upper primary, upper primary to high school and high school to higher secondary.
  • Engage with the government department for better infrastructure facilities in schools.
  • Mainstream children engaged in labour into school.
  • Form new and strengthen the existing Village Child Protection Committees.
  • Implement Life Skills Education modules to children in child collectives
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Project Impact 2022-23

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    16,320

    children impacted
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    54

    children and adolescent girl children collectives with 1130 members
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    258

    Moderate Acute Malnourished (MAM)children moved to normal
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    359

    children under 1 year completely immunised

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