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Project Inclusion

Project Inclusion

All teachers geared up for mental health awareness and support.

Project Inclusion ‘educates’ and empowers regular school teachers about ‘hidden’ disabilities in students, and trains them to identify such children in classrooms using simple checklists, and then enables them to practice an empathetic and sensitive approach towards these children. Thereafter, special educators help teachers along with the parents and siblings of these children to practice the techniques to support the child’s learning inside and outside the school.

Development Impacts of Project Inclusion

  • Authentic identification of children with ‘hidden’ disabilities, and appropriate remediation.
  • Thrust to Inclusive Education efforts in the State.
  • Overall mindset change in the teachers in the context of the Right to Education and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
  • Nearly double the chances of CWSN to complete their primary and secondary education.
  • Improve retention, and the quality of life of CWSN.

In The News

PROJECT FOOTPRINT IN INDIA

Bihar

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Puducherry

With its launch in Puducherry in Dec 2017, Project Inclusion has brought hope to more than 85,000 children in 430 government schools to make inclusive classrooms a reality. More than 5,000 teachers will receive Project Inclusion training in 2018.

Uttarakhand

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Chhattisgarh

Launched in Jan 2018.

Uttar Pradesh

After extensive research and project development since 2013, Project Inclusion (ten called as CMHE) was formally introduced to government schools in August 2016 as a pilot project in Ghaziabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The project included training of 30 Education Officers at block and district levels and sensitization workshops with 1,450 teachers from 397 schools. Furthermore, support to teachers was provided in terms of teaching learning materials, special educators, and psychologists wherever required. More than 90 per cent participants rated the project as ‘Excellent’, and many expressed their indebtedness to SAS, describing it as eye opener and helping to rediscover corners of kindness.

Jharkhand

In Jharkhand, as of Dec 31, 2017, more than 2,000 teachers from 453 schools have been trained by Project Inclusion. The Ranchi Institute of Neuro-Psychiatry & Allied Science (RINPAS) is supporting the initiative by providing disability certificates to the children with confirmed diagnosis if an NDD, so these children can access their due rights. In 2018, another 1,000 teachers will be geared up.

ZIIEI States

Uttar Pradesh
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttarakhand
Puducherry
Bihar

Bihar

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Puducherry

With its launch in Puducherry in Dec 2017, Project Inclusion has brought hope to more than 85,000 children in 430 government schools to make inclusive classrooms a reality. More than 5,000 teachers will receive Project Inclusion training in 2018.

Uttarakhand

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Chhattisgarh

Launched in Jan 2018.

Uttar Pradesh

After extensive research and project development since 2013, Project Inclusion (ten called as CMHE) was formally introduced to government schools in August 2016 as a pilot project in Ghaziabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The project included training of 30 Education Officers at block and district levels and sensitization workshops with 1,450 teachers from 397 schools. Furthermore, support to teachers was provided in terms of teaching learning materials, special educators, and psychologists wherever required. More than 90 per cent participants rated the project as ‘Excellent’, and many expressed their indebtedness to SAS, describing it as eye opener and helping to rediscover corners of kindness.

Jharkhand

In Jharkhand, as of Dec 31, 2017, more than 2,000 teachers from 453 schools have been trained by Project Inclusion. The Ranchi Institute of Neuro-Psychiatry & Allied Science (RINPAS) is supporting the initiative by providing disability certificates to the children with confirmed diagnosis if an NDD, so these children can access their due rights. In 2018, another 1,000 teachers will be geared up.