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Vision - We aim to make Indian schools an inclusive platform for learning, teaching and creativity through gendered interventions.

Mission - Promotion of gender education and research in schools for an Inclusive environment of learning and innovation in overall learning experience. Strengthening of School stakeholders to adopt their responsibility towards girl child education. To develop a think-tank to address gender issues in primary education and create a multi-stakeholder model to take action. Utilising demographic dividend as change agents to eradicate prevailing gender disparity in primary education system.

Our values - Values make us what we are, the core of what we as an organisation do. We stand by the following values in our work.

1) Gender and multiplicity - Being an organisation promoting Gender education, we incorporate the same in our work culture. We aim to make our work stand for and respect gender and diversity issues.

2) Reliability - we believe in transparency in our actions to ourselves and to all we serve. We share our results openly and are honest towards our goal.

3) Teamwork and collective decision making - we are largely a flat organisation with everyone accountable to each other. We are a group of people working on a common mission. We freely exchange information and decide on common grounds the best for our company.


We focus on a long-term comprehensive programme on the primary education system which operates at two levels, first to facilitate an inclusive learning approach that will equally accommodate girl students and second to find out policy gap that can promote inclusiveness keeping all parameters in mind.  

First phase – Fellows after a training module will engage as learning facilitator with school stakeholders. This phase will run over a year which will start with rapport building with stakeholders, planning for school, identifying gender problems and facilitate gender-based learning. As a result, we will make school campuses as gender friendly, excellent girl student’s performances, education leaders and promotion of inclusive education practices.

Second Phase Each fellow is required to conduct a policy research based on their identified gaps in the first year keeping girl children education in mind. There will be a panel of research guides who will supervise fellow’s research throughout the year. At the end of the year, we will be having a policy document on gender education at primary level.

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Student learning outcome

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Affordable private schools

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Classroom Culture

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Girl child education

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Youth engagement

Youth engagement goes beyond giving young people a voice. Youth engagement is about ensuring young people are valued and that th

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"Education is the key to empowering girls and societies, which helps bring about social equality. 'Kanyaka' programmes works on improving lives through quality education and community engagement"

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