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Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education for Children – In October 2017 MCF entered into partnership with SOIR-IM (Swedish Organization for Individual Relief). This new partnership has taken MCF to 16 more villages of the Vikasnagar block in Dehradun district for improving the quality of education in government schools and anganwadis and reach out to about 1790 children.

Child Protection – Supported by Childline Foundation India , a project of the ministry of women and child development – 1098 A Children’s emergency helpline in Dehradun – Reaching out to children in need of care and protection. So far we have reached over 2900 children.

Child Participation and Education – Supported by Himmotthan and the Tata Trusts – A new program being rolled out in 20 villages of Ghat Chamoli. The focus being Child Participation and children as change agents as well as working with the educational  system starting with pre primary and moving onto primary school – changing the quality of education offered.

Digital Learning for Quality Education – In partnership with  Nucleus Software Foundation the MCF works  in 16 villages of the Vikasnagar block of the District Dehradun, bringing about 322 children under the umbrella of this program.  The program consists of remedial teaching measures, targeting the slow learners to improve their learning outcomes in Maths and English through TABS and other remedial methods.

Climate Change Education For Adaptation – MCF has launched this program in the 12 villages of Vikasnagar block of District Dehradun, with the aim to equip children with the information and knowledge about cause and consequences of climate change. This program is being supported by the Good Souls Initiative.

PABAM – A monthly children’s magazine  in Hindi that shares the children’s stories in villages that have no connectivity

Right to Information – In partnership with the Uttrakhand Right To Information Commission MCF held workshops to generate awareness on the Right to Information Act with 30 communities in 4 districts reaching out to over  1514 people

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