As we kick off "Pass Ya Fail", our campaign on Right to Education in India, this week we bring you compelling evidence on the lack of access to education in the country.
Do you remember really looking forward to the games period while sitting in the middle of a boring math lesson? Do you remember how fun it was to be completely exhausted after a game of hide and seek or football?
For the students at this school in Madhya Pradesh, a ground to play on is a thing fantasies are made of. They are instead stuck with a piece of land overgrown with shrubbery, unkempt and slushy. VV-PACS Correspondent Rekha reports.
Going to school is not just about learning in a classroom, the physical development of children is equally important. The Right to Education Act recognises this and mandates proper playing areas and equipment for children. You can help make the act a reality.
Call to Action: Please call Mr Sunil Pawar at the Block Resource Centre on 09425391622 and ask him to ensure that grounds in the school are fixed for children to enjoy.
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Lockdown enforced by the Government of India to prevent the infection of Covid-19 epidemic has left a lot of daily wagers and marginalised communities without money or food. The government has announced relief measures but it doesn’t seem to be enough for everyone. One of the primary reasons for this...