To nurture the holistic development of rural girl children and women into economic self-sufficiency through knowledge, skills and tools
Work and Achievements
CherYsh is a registered non-profit organization that strives to enhance learning avenues for girl children and livelihood opportunities for resource poor women in rural India.
Vision: To transform the rural girl child’s life from early learning to sustainable livelihood
Mission: To nurture the holistic development of rural girl children and women into economic self-sufficiency through knowledge, skills and tools
Values: Integrity, Empowerment, Transparency and Inclusivity
CherYsh Trust is a registered non-profit in India (DIT(E) BLR/80G/29/AABTC3412F)
CherYsh Shiksha Programme:
The CherYsh Shiksha (After School Learning Centres) target all round development of children through quality support to their learning needs. The goal of CherYsh Shikshas is to encourage neighbourhood learning spaces where children enjoy learning, nurture aspirations and thereby progress.
The CherYsh Shikshas incorporate vibrant curricular and co-curricular modules. The focus is to improve crucial competencies such as English language skills, Numerical skills (Maths ) and Computer knowledge. This is combined with talent promotion (performing arts, sports, music etc.)
The learning centres are located in village neighbourhoods; the home of a community member, or a common room. Educated young women from each village are selected, and trained to teach at CherYsh Shikshas .
Key Features of Shiksha programme are :
- Enables neighbourhood access to learning
- Enhancement of English , Mathematics ,Computer skills and talents
- Develops professional resources
- Educated young women from among the village community are trained to teach.
- Continuous learning through local volunteer engagement
Fund Utilisation Statement
The funds collected will be used for providing: 1.Student support to 1100 children in rural villages of North Karnataka 2. Capacity building of Learning Facilitators to provide quality learning support in rural villages. 3. Provide and maintain Systems , processes and infrastructure to 30 Shikshas (Learning Centres)