Pratham is an innovative learning organization created to improve the quality of education in India. Established in 1995 to provide education to children in the slums of Mumbai, Pratham has grown in both scope and scale, with programs today reaching children and youth across the country.
As one of the largest non-governmental organizations in the country, Pratham focuses on high-quality, low-cost and replicable interventions to address gaps in the education system. Working directly with children and youth as well as through large-scale collaborations with government systems, Pratham programs reach millions of lives every year. Pratham’s Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach has demonstrated proven impact on children’s learning outcomes and is now being adapted to contexts outside India.
Across the spectrum from Early Childhood Education to Secondary Education, our programs strive to achieve focused objectives across different segments, as defined by our understanding of existing gaps and the impact of our innovations over time.
Rukmini Banerji at the GSV+Emeritus India Summit.
At Pratham Education Foundation, teaching children is just the beginning. The next step is to get parents involved in their child's education.Know More
Naiyer Alam, State Head, Pratham Bihar wrote a gripping blog, highlighting some of the amazing ways in which children in a small village of Bihar were learning English during his visit to one of the English Winter Camps.Know More
It is ironic that those trying to effect change can themselves get affected along the way”, wrote Karan Maira, Associate, English Team, Pratham, in his recent blog.Know More
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Providing quality education to children and vocational skills to youth across India.
Meet Sujata Behera from Odisha. She leads a mothers' group in Puri district. Using innovative methods like counting chapatis, she teaches her child while doing chores. Through Pratham's workshop, she gained new ideas & believes mothers should explore new techniques of teaching.
Here's a short & sweet poem from a Pratham team member, about the impact of mothers' groups on early childhood education.
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2 lakh+ proactive Indian mothers are making a difference in their communities by creating fun learning opportunities for their children through Mothers' Groups. Their efforts have already impacted over 2.4 lakh+ young minds. #MothersGroups #EducationForAll #CommunityImpact
Mothers in West Bengal make learning fun at #MothersWorkshop! Their dedication to early childhood education is inspiring, showcasing engaging projects and teaching methods. Can't wait for more! #EarlyEducation #WestBengal3
Mothers in Odisha came together for a workshop to share their success stories in nurturing their children's development with creative and fun activities. We're proud to work with these dedicated mothers who understand the importance of early childhood education. #EducationIsKey3