Projects of FED

Doosra Dashak Project

Doosra Dashak Project: DD project is being implemented in 9 blocks since 2001. It is a decentralised, community-based, process-oriented and participative project. It provides a value based, life skills oriented education to harness the leadership potential of youth and women for social transformation. DD looks at innovative ways to address the ever changing needs of young people, especially women and the underprivileged section…

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The Butterfly Project

The Butterfly Project: The Butterfly project is being implemented in Desuri block of Pali district from 2015 with the support of “The Y.P. Foundation” (TYPF), New Delhi. This project provided evidence that investment in women & Girls empowerment can yield high social returns. The project focuses on empowering young girls and women from Tribal and Dalit backgrounds as Young Women Leaders (YWLs).…

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Implementation of RTE Act, 2009

Implementation of RTE Act, 2009 in Pisangan block of Ajmer district -This was a tripartite project supported by GoR (Edu. Deptt. through SSA), Foundation for Education & Development (FED) and UNICEF to implement RTE Act, 2009 in Pisangan block of Ajmer district in 2012 for four years. Its objectives of Achievement of the goals of universal enrolment, retention, quality improvement…

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The project “Transforming The lives of Adolescent Girls”

The project “Transforming The lives of Adolescent Girls” was supported by “American Jewish World Service (AJWS) for a period of one year i.e. from 1st September to 31st August in Kishanganj block of Baran district. The reason of selecting the block was due to preponderance of ‘Saharia’ primitive Tribe caste in the block. The end-line survey of the project revealed…

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VOICES Study Project

VOICES Study Project - This was a pilot project for one year from Dec 2013 – Nov 2014 with the financial andtechnical support from National Health System Resources (NHSRC), New Delhi and Public Health Foundation of India. It was implemented in 50 villages of Laxmangarh Taluka, Alwar District. Under this project: 50 VHSNCs were strengthened through training and community participation…

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