SF Bay Area
Pratham USA is pleased announced a two-year commitment from the Sarva Mangal Family Trust to support the expansion of technology initiatives aimed at assisting Indian middle schoolers (ages 10-14) and young adults (ages 18-30).
Over the past 12 months, we have been experimenting with the use of tablet technology as a way to deliver our educational content to economically disadvantaged children with the primary objective of inspiring and engaging them through self-directed learning.
The SF Bay Area chapter held their annual gala on August 27, 2016 at the Palo Alto Hills Golf and Country Club. The evening capped a record-breaking year for the chapter, putting it on track to raise over one million dollars for the first time. The gala was attended by about 300 well-wishers from the Bay Area Indo-American community who came together to celebrate Pratham’s accomplishments and renew their commitment to educate India’s children.
California State Attorney General Kamala Harris, who...
MediaX, in collaboration with Pratham SF Bay Area, hosted an evening symposium on June 9 at the Center for Education Research at Stanford University exploring ways to harness technological innovation to address literacy and education worldwide.
Pratham board member Neerja Raman and MediaX sponsor Karina Alexanian welcomed symposium attendees and encouraged a dynamic conversation around scaling education technology in developing nations.
On June 26, 2016, Pratham supporters hit downtown San, Jose for a day of fitness and fun at Guadalupe River Park for the India Community Center’s eighth annual Sevathon. Aiming to be the largest social and service platform of its kind in the Bay Area, Sevathon 2016 brought together more than 5,000 runners, walkers and yoga enthusiasts who raised funds for more than 100 nonprofits.
“We are delighted to see so many people coming out to support the causes they care...
For ten years, Pratham’s Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) has informed communities and leaders that India’s elementary education is in dire straits. Only half of children in Grade 5 can read at the second-grade level or solve a simple two-digit subtraction problem. That’s about 100 million Indian children who are expected to move forward in life without having grasped the fundamentals.
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