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You don’t have to be a native-born Indian to help end childhood illiteracy in India. You just have to care.
Join the following list of foundations and corporations from India and abroad who have committed themselves to helping under-educated kids live more promising lives.
Learn how you, your company or your foundation can contribute here.
The Hewlett Foundation has awarded over $18 million to Pratham since 1997 to supports its Read India program, ASER study and to encourage fundraising within India.
The GE Foundation has awarded over $3 million in grants since 2005 to support Pratham urban programs in Hyderabad, Pune and Bangalore. Most recently GE is funding a new innovative program to help young adult women acquire secondary school end certification and/or basic employment readiness skills.
The Skoll Foundation awarded Pratham with a 3-year $1,235,000 grant to create an institution dedicated to identification, training, and nurturing of leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs who will not only continue to run Pratham programs around the country but who will also independently build new ideas and strengthen education efforts in the country.
The Omidyar Network (ON) has made a grant of $500,000 to fund a 12-month pilot to test the sustainability of rural vocational training institutes in India.