Non Formal Education has been very important element for those women coming to learn the basic skills of vocational training. There are many women from 15 years to onwards who could not get the opportunity to study in the conventional schools at Zaffrabad and Seelampur area.
 

Education

    

S. Wasti Zahara belongs to a very poor Muslim family. She was born in Amroha District and she received primary education in Amroha District, Uttar Pradesh. She was interested in getting higher education but due to be huge financial problem she could do till 12th anyhow. She got married at the age of 20,a and gave birth to two children. She came to Delhi with her husband and two children’s and shifted at H. No-199, Gali No-6, Chauhan Bangar, Delhi-53 on rent and only source of livelihood was her husband’s intermittent contract to supplement which she started home tuitions. Her desire & dream was to impart more education to her children; and one day the GRC community mobilizer told her about the Gender Resource Center, Jaffrabad, where 4 vocational training courses were being imparted to most marginalized people and she was introduced to the GRC’s monthly newsletter along with GRC’s pamphlet and started working as a volunteer for GRC. She was appointed as a Computer Instructor in the GRC project@ Rs. 5,000/- per month; and she is very happy with the change brought in her life by the Delhi Government, Datamation Foundation GRC-SK Jaffrabad.

Success stories of beneficiary their own word: Story 2

 
 
• To render all possible help and facilities to the under privileged and "un reached" by enabling them to realize their potential.

• To generate employment opportunities in the rural and areas for the "un reached" and economically and socially "disfranchised" by providing technological, social and administrative solutions for sustainable deployment of ICTs through Community Multi-Media Centers and Information Kiosks in an innovative way.

• To partner with various international development agencies, donors apart from private sector and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) for the deployment of innovate, "pro-poor" ICT solutions.

• To relentlessly pursue path-breaking objectives and programs targeted towards gender and youth in: --Violence against Women including trafficking, slavery bonded labor and dowry
 
 
  
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