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Pratham began working in the state of Delhi in 1999 and today has multiple programmes ranging from Pre-school education to Digital Learning. The key programmes are:
 
The Urban Programme are present across the city implementing Pre-school, Primary, and Upper Primary interventions. A Library component also exists to encourage reading and to give children access to a variety of books based on their learning levels.
   
Science fairs and Workshops are active in a few locations across the city as part of Pratham's Science programme.
   
Digital Classrooms are currently active in 20 Centres & 30 Pvt. Schools.
 
Research Studies

''Every Child Counts', a randomized control trial by J-PAL South Asia, is being carried out in the Pre-school Programme in Delhi. The project aims to develop and evaluate a game-based pre-school curriculum to prepare children for primary schools.
 

Government Tie Ups

Pratham works with the Department of Women and Child Development to integrate Pratham's Balwadi Programme for pre-school children with the Government's own initiative called Anganwadi. This takes place in South and North Shahadra region. Similarly, Pre-school Programme was also operational in Municipal Corporation of Delhi schools in Rohini to impart pre-school education to the children enrolled in nursery sections.

'A collaborative intervention termed as School based Library Programme, with Municipal Corporation of North and East Delhi schools is being carried out as well. Key components of which are Library related activities for children enrolled up till primary grade.

 

'Saajha', a programme with School Management Committees (SMC), focuses on supporting and building the capacities of its members to help transform learning in schools. SMCs are a democratic entitlement of the community. With the aim to establish holistic student learning as the key focus, Saajha envisions a replicable model of a district-level SMC coalition to achieve accountability in primary schools and systemic level. A pilot is being carried out in 57 schools in North and East Delhi Municipal Corporation schools. The project is supported and funded by the Central Square Foundation.

 

85,000 children impacted through various interventions.

 
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