Tag Archives: Adult Literacy

Technology enabled Professional Development Opportunity (Bhopal, India)

Why we need women’s literacy programs? India currently has the largest population of illiterate adults in the world with 287 million which is 37% of the global total. Gains in literacy rates are effectively cancelled by other simultaneous changes such as population growth, ageing, and continued increase in poorly educated youth. While there has been a significant decline in gender […]

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Collaboration with MSK on Adult Literacy for Women

Mahashakti Seva Kendra (MSK) is a non-profit organization based in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. It came into existence immediately after the 1992 Hindu-Muslim riots in Bhopal that followed the demolition of Babri Mosque by the Hindu fundamentalists. Women, regardless of their religion, were among the worst hit in Bhopal. In response to their deteriorating life conditions, MSK was founded by Mrs. […]

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