Helping children achieve their aim
Source: Hindu.com - Oct. 29, 2006
Bangalore: Studying in the eighth standard, Shambhulinga dreams of becoming an IAS officer...
Campaigning for India’s Literacy
Source: Observernews.com - April. 14, 2006
ILP-DC volunteers were featured in the news, spreading the word about ILP's efforts for eradicating illiteracy in India...
ILP celebrates 15th Anniversary
Source: HindustanTimes.com - Nov. 10, 2005
About 150 people attended an open house showcasing the myriad education and
outreach projects undertaken by India Literacy Project (ILP)..
Illiteracy 'hinders world's poor'
Source: BBC News - Nov. 9, 2005
High levels of illiteracy are hindering attempts to erase world poverty, the United Nations education agency warns.
Free school for one-girl families
Source: BBC News India - Sept. 22, 2005
The Govt. of India has announced that education for girls from
single child families will be absolutely free at secondary school
level in an effort to address the problem of skewed male/female
population ratio and female infanticide.
Educating India's child labourers
Source: BBC News India - Sept. 13, 2005
An article on rehabilitating child labourers who have dropped out of
school to work in the fields or cottage industries to sustain their
families. With this in mind, ILP supports 'bridge programs' that are
designed to to prepare children of primary school age for entry
into 'formal' schools in the shortest possible time.
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