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Pratham’s Mohalla Library Initiative aims to ensure that all children in a hamlet have access to age-appropriate books from diverse genres. The libraries include academic and non-academic activities for children run by local volunteers in community spaces.

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Health & Hygiene is our main focus area in which we have been working for more than 9 years

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Through our various Educational projects, we are helping children to achieve what they deserve

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Recently, we established two environmental projects - Plantation Drive and Water to birds

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Pratham works in partnership with Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) to implement an age-phase appropriate activity-based pre-school program in anganwadis. Pratham’s work within anganwadis began in 2008 when its instructors worked directly in select ICDS centres alongside the anganwadi workers. This evolved into a support model in 2015, in which 150 anganwadi workers were trained in Pratham’s teaching-learning methodology. Today, the model has been expanded to over 10,000 anganwadis with all anganwadis instructors across Delhi being trained. Through the partnership model, Pratham Trainer Monitors train ICDS supervisors in Delhi. These supervisors then conducted practice classes for 2-3 weeks to gain first-hand experience of the activities and processes developed for Pratham’s ECE curriculum. Once the supervisors were trained, they were equipped to train and support the anganwadi workers in their charge. In the more intensive support mode, members of the Pratham resource team support the anganwadis instructor via ongoing site visits in which they demonstrate activities, observe activities in the centre, and provide support for in-class activities as well as for home visits and activity sessions with mothers.


Pratham instructors work directly with children in the nursery model. Nurseries are preschool classrooms housed in Delhi Municipal Corporation schools. The nursery curriculum is modeled around the development of key abilities along with relevant skills to support the child’s growth. A daily planner is provided to each instructor, and children are also exposed to a rich variety of text in the form of different kinds of story books and picture cards. Nurseries focus on key developmental domains, and emergent literacy and numeracy skills. Pratham content is presented through workbooks which are given to children on a rotational basis throughout the year to ensure that every child eventually covers all activities in the workbook. In Pratham-supported nurseries, Pratham instructors work within MCD schools with children who are at least 4 years old. The Pratham instructor conducts daily activities with children for 2 to 2.5 hours for the duration of the school year.

Project Ankur

Project Ankur aims to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education in Delhi, particularly in regions with low learning levels. The objective is to prepare children for school in grades 1 and 2 and ensure that children in grades 3 to 5 catch up to the grade level curriculum. For grades 1 and 2, the strategy includes three phases focused on play based learning for all round development and , foundational literacy and numeracy skills. For grades 3 to 5, learning camps with high-intensity activities lasting 10 days each time are conducted to build foundational literacy and numeracy skills in children. The strategy emphasizes the importance of strong foundations in early education, aligning with the National Education Policy 2020.

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Recent Events & Programs

21st June, 2022

Yoga Day Celebration

The team of Pyare Foundation joined the event organized by Ayyappa Temple, Dilshad Garden in which our volunteers performed various Asanas on International Yoga Day.

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16th March, 2022

Kavi Sammelan

On 16th March 2022, Pyare Foundation in association with Himvant (Chandra Kunwar Bartwal Samriti Manch) organized a Kavi Sammelan in which children showcased their various talents

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25th December, 2021

Christmas Day Celebration

On the occasion of Christmas, Pyare Foundation celebrated the fest in the premises of our shelter home (AVADHOOT BAL SEVA KENDRA). Children performed various activities

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Health Campaigns

Health Campaign at Ukhimath

A health campaign was organised in Darmoda village of Jakholi block in Rudraprayag on 26th February 2017...

Health Campaign at Dilshad Garden

Pyare foundation in the year 2017 again two more health camps were organised in the month of March and April...

Health Campign at Rohini sector 27

Pyare foundation supported a Hygiene awareness camp for females at shahbad dairy slum area at Rithala Delhi in association with jugnu a ngo...

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Doctors' Panel

Dr. Sushil Kumar Arora

Dr. Sonal Rohatgi

Dr. Tanushree Gahlot

Dr Sneh Pratap Singh

Dr. Rajnish Bhardwaj

Vedprakash Maurya

Dr. Meenakshi Arjun

Mrs Sushma Thapliyal

Dr. Sudhir Bagga

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