CARE’s education programme aims to help girls complete primary education and access formal schools, provides onsite academic support to enhance the quality of teaching, and nurtures leadership skills among girls. CARE provides technical support to teachers and government departments, helps nurture school-community relationships, and offers alternative education opportunities for women and girls from marginalized sections of the society.
Education is the key to empowering women and girls, which helps bring about social equality. Girls’ education programme works on improving lives and providing opportunities for girls and women through increased participation in formal and alternative education systems. The program builds on innovative pilot projects and strategic partnerships developed by CARE over the last decade. CARE works closely with government-run schools and the different levels within the Government.
CARE works to help girls’ complete primary education and access formal schools through accelerated learning methodology and provide academic support to enhance the quality of learning. We also help nurture leadership skills amongst girls and offer alternative education opportunities for women and girls who have never been enrolled or have dropped out early from school.