Rehab’s remedial classes requires your support for building better future of children in rural areas. Rehab introduces ‘Gift a Better Future’ scheme for Rs. 150/ Child per Month* for the Remedial class programme which actually cost Rs. 15,000/ month per village
We have made their education our mission. You too can support us to ensure that poverty doesn’t stand in the way of a child’s education. Support Rehab and take them a step closer to their dreams. Join and help us build a better future of these children.
N-44, Hilal Homes, 2nd Stage
Abul Fazal Enclave, Delhi-110 025
Tel: 011 29946637
Rehab India Foundation is a non-profit charity actively working in the most backward parts of the country impoverished due to hunger, diseases and illiteracy, and involved in their sustainable development and empowerment.
Currently, Rehab works in 60* village development programmes across the country. This 5-year sustainable programme helps upbring the livelihood, education & health-care of the villagers. There are 36 Remedial coaching centers serving 5,625 beneficiaries across India.
* 38 villages in Bihar, 10 in Murshidabad District of West Bengal,
3 in Assam and 9 in Delhi, Andhra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life. Good education gives many purposes to the life such as enhancement of the personal advancement, increase social status, increase social health, economical progress, success to the nation, set goals of life, make us aware towards many social issues and gives solutions to solve environmental problems and other related issues. Rehab India Foundation is working on the grass root level in rural parts of India to make sure that no child is deprived from his right to education.
Despite the Right to Education (RTE) Act coming into force in 2010, access to education for every child remains a huge concern in the country. The following are statistics that portray the seriousness of the situation:
• 1 in 4 children of school-going age is out of school in our country – 99 million children in total have dropped out of school (Census 2011)
• Out of every 100 children, only 32 children finish their school education age-appropriately (District Information System for Education (DISE) 2014-15)
• Only 2% of the schools offer complete school education from Class 1 to Class 12 (District Information System for Education (DISE) 2014-15)
• There are 10.13 million child labourers between 5-14 years in India (Census 2011)
• India has 33 million working children between the ages of 5-18 years. In parts of the country, more than half the child population is engaged in labour (Census 2011)
• 42% of married women in India were married as children (District Information System for Education (DISE 3)
• 1 in every 3 child brides in the world is a girl in India (UNICEF)
• India has more than 45 lakh girls under 15 years of age who are married with children. Out of these, 70% of the girls have 2 children (Census 2011)