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Every Child in School and Learning Well

More than 50% of India's fifth graders cannot read a second-grade text. You can change that.

Vocational Training

By 2020, India will account for 28% of the world's workforce. However, only 2% of its current workers have received any formal training.

A Second Chance

Almost 80% of India's girls drop out of school before reaching grade 8. We afford dropouts a safe, supportive learning environment so they can complete their secondary school education.

Impact

Pratham has reached 45 million children in 21 years working in partnership with local communities and state governments.

Pratham USA consistently earns a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. Over 92% of the funds raised by Pratham USA go directly to support programs in India.
 

Our Mission

Of the 250 million children worldwide who cannot read or write, two-fifths reside in India, where for 21 years Pratham has been working to alleviate this crisis.
We develop low-cost solutions to improve the quality of learning and work with governments to take them to scale.
Our community-driven approach has engaged hundreds of thousands of volunteers and has affected the lives of 45 million Indian children.
 

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Sumit's Story: A Different Track

In the village of Harriyapur in Uttar Pradesh, 13-year-old Sumit was more likely to be getting into trouble than attending school. His penchant for mischief was renowned, and the community—including the boy’s parents—had given up on him. He was, as one teacher put it, “on the wrong track.” That was before educator Surendra Kumar
invited him to a Pratham exploratory science workshop.



 

News

 
Pratham Receives CA Technologies Grant to Support Science and Girls' Education Programs

 
ASER 2016 is Underway!

 
Sarva Mangal Family Trust Funds Expansion of Pratham Technology Initiatives

 
Wheels Global Foundation and Pratham Partner to Promote Girls' Education in India