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March 2016: Children’s Hope India (CHI)

On successful implementation of Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Station in JJ cluster Indira Camp in Vikaspuri, New Delhi, CHI extended its association with NIIT Foundation by adopting the one of the oldest Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Station running in Madangir, New Delhi since 2002. CHI has adopted this Learning Station to facilitate the upgrading of the station with newer hardware/software and supporting its operation.

 January 2016 : Hand-in-Hand (HIH) India

Hand in Hand (HIH) India is a public charitable trust that works to alleviate poverty through a unique integrated community development approach. Registered in 2002, the Organization implements projects in the areas of Women empowerment, Microfinance, Child labour elimination, Education, Health, Skills development, ITES & Governance and Environment. Hand in Hand India works in eight states of India, such as, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Puducherry and West Bengal. HIH joined hand with NIIT Foundation to fund and implement Hole-in-the-wall Learning Station in villages of Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka to facilitate the village children with digital learning using Hole-in-the-Wall joyful learning platform.

Dec 2015 Asian Paints Limited

The Indian Paints Company “Asian Paints Limited” with Education as one of its CSR thrust area to improving and facilitating the literacy levels in various sections of the society, by providing support at every stage of a child’s educational cycle has engaged with Hole-in-the-Wall Education project to help village children not only to bridge the digital divide but also to provide them with most innovative Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project supported with Minimally Invasive Education pedagogy in a playground set-up in the state of Gujarat. Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project is implementing three Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in Ankleshwar.

 Dec 2015 Children’s Hope (India Chapter)  

Children’s Hope, a US based NGOs, having an India Chapter in New Delhi and working for the betterment of Educational access to children partnered with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project to set-up Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Station in slums of Delhi and other cities of India.

   Aug 2015 CIPLA Foundation (Indore)

After successful completion of initial project period and continuous demand by children and communities, CIPLA Foundation extended the association with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project in four villages near its Indore Plants.

 Aug 2015 Jindal Foundation 

In Aug 2015 Jindal Foundation renewed the association with Hole-in-the-Education project for next term for two Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations it has supported in Hisar, Haryana Since 2011. These two Learning Stations has helped children with digital literacy and content access. It also has helped the teachers to adopt a new way of learning platform with Joyful learning for the children.

July 2015 Sivananda Ashram, Rikhiapeeth 

Hole-in-the-wall Education Project beside from its regular CSR and NGOs partnership to impact the lives of children, in July 2015, it tied up with Sivananda Ashram, Rikhiapeeth to help children from rural village of Rikhia with digital literacy and educational content learning. Rikhiapeeth is situated in a tiny, remote and rural village of Rikhia panchayat, twelve kilometers from the renowned temple town of Deoghar, also known as Baba Baidyanath Dham, in the state of Jharkhand. Rikhiapeeth believe that giving is an activity, which should be approached as a science, and that it should be planned and structured very carefully and systematically. It explained that whatever is the need of the people must be provided. Accordingly, in Rikhia the Ashram does not teach yoga to the villagers, or the Vedas or Sanskrit, rather, initially it met their daily needs and alleviated their day-to-day struggle for survival. As education and learning is one of the core aspect which the Ashram promotes whole-heartedly, with  this partnership it helped set-up  one Hole-in the-Wall Learning Station on the Ashram premises with free digital and content access for village children.

Mar 2015 Sony India Software Centre 

Software Development Company of SONY India, Sony India Software Centre has joined hand to set-up twenty Hole-in-the-Wall learning stations in Bangalore and Chennai giving an opportunity to children of the community access to technology and digital contents.

  Mar 2015 SONY India

As a part of CSR and its initiative to spread digital literacy and empowering children, SONY India  partnered with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project to set-up thirty five Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in New Delhi, Odisha, Telengana, Karnataka and Maharashtra.

 Feb 2015   ATC Telecom Tower Corporation Pvt Ltd  

ATC Telecom Tower Corp Pvt. Limited, a sister concern of ATC India, has adopted Hole-in-the-Wall Education initiatives to be part of its CSR and entered into an agreement to set-up three Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations for children.Transcend Infrastructure Pvt Ltd another sister organization of ATC India, also entered into partnership with Hole-in-Wall EducatiFeb 2015  Transcend Infrastructure Pvt Ltd   on initiatives for impacting the lives of children by giving access to Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in two locations.

Feb 2015 Donation from Valtech 

Valtech Germany a leading corporation based out of Germany, donated to support one of the oldest running Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in New Delhi. The initiative of Valtech was much appreciated by children and local communities.

 Feb 2015 ATC India Tower Corporation Pvt Ltd 

After successful CSR partnership and initiatives in impacting the lives of rural children in various parts of the country, through Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project, ATC India decided to take the   project to another seventeen locations in the state of Meghalaya, Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Telengana and Karnataka. With this, total number of installations have gone up to thirty four learning stations.

 Dec 2014 CIPLA Foundation (Pune) 

In Dec 2014, CIPLA Foundation joined hand with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project to implement two Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in rural Pune in Maharashtra benefiting children from the community in its plat location in Daund.

 Oct 2014 Tata Power Trombey-II, Mumbai

In Oct 2013, Tata Power Company Limited (Trombey Division), as a part of its CSR initiatives, first implemented ten Hole-in-the-Wall Education Learning Stations for social inclusions of the children from local underserved communities.

Soon after other Tata Group’s initiatives joined hand with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project and exactly a year after the success of 1st implementation, Tata Power decided to extend the facilities to another nine locations in Mumbai bringing the total Learning Stations to 19 in Mumbai’s   Malad, Malvani, Chembur and Vashi Naka.

Sep 2014 CIPLA Foundation (Baddi)

With extremely successful in impacting the lives of many children in Phase I of the project in Baddi, Himanchal Pradesh, CIPLA Foundation decided to extend the project to another five locations in the region taking the project more remote areas in Himanchal Pradesh to help children with joyful learning.

Aug 2014 CIPLA Foundation (Indore)

In August, 2014, CIPLA Foundation extended the well accepted Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Station for Children to one more its plants located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. This initiative covers children from four rural village schools with four Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations.

June 2014   Chemical Terminal Trombey Limited 

With successful partnership with Tata Power Trombey and Alibaug with intervention positively impacting the lives children through Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations, another sister organization of Tata Group’s, Chemical Terminal Trombey Limited (CTTL) extended its support to implement four Hole-in the-Wall Learning Stations as part of its CSR initiative to positively impact the lives of children from under-served communities. These four Learning Stations are installed in the dense slum community of Mumbai providing a Joyful Learning platform for the children of these communities.

  April 2014  CIPLA Foundation (Sikkim)

In 2012, CIPLA Foundation, the CSR arm of CIPLA Limited, implemented five Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in Baddi, Himanchal Pradesh. Popularity of these Learning Stations among children and teachers motivated CIPLA Foundation to extend the project to its plat location in Sikkim. This initiative brought five Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations to the children from this hilly state in North Easter Region of the country, where the children are usually deprived of access to digital technology and digital contents.

March 2014    Tata Power, Alibaug    

With the success of ten Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations implemented by Tata Power Trombey division, Tata Power Alibaug plants entered into agreement to set-up four Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations to impact the lives of villages children and help them bridge the digital literacy in and around Alibaug in the district of Raigad in the state of Maharashtra.

 Oct 2013 American Tower Corporation (ATC)

In 2011, as a CSR initiative, ATC India first implemented twelve Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations covering the state of Sikkim, West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar. The wide acceptance of the project by children and local communities located in Tower locations in the villages of these states, prompted ATC to extend its CSR foot prints to five more locations in the state of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. These new locations where the project was implemented in Government Schools are Diken, Tirodi and Budda in Madhya Pradesh and Berla, Gariyaband in Chhattisgarh.

Oct 2013 Tata Power Trombey-I, Mumbai

Tata Power Company Limited (TPCL), a power generation company of Tata Group’s as a part of CSR policy, entered into agreement to implement Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project in the city of Mumbai to help the under privileged children from the community with digital learning. This association with Tata Power brought ten Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations to   community’s schools in Trombey area of Mumbai.

Aug 2013 World Vision – Gurgaon

World Vision India is a Christian humanitarian organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty and injustice tied up with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project to provide children from the communities to benefit from the Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations.All development work World Vision India carries out is focused on building the capacity and ability of communities and families to ensure the well being of children. The well being of children includes ensuring children have access to education, health, protection and participation. This association with the World Vision implemented three Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in Government School in the city of Gurgaon, Haryana.

July 2013 : Sri Mataravinda Divya Jeevana Kendram (SMDK)

SMDK tied up with Hole-in-the-Wall Education Project to set-up two Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations in Sri Aurobindo Integral School in Addada, Krishna District of Telengana.This school was purposely opened in a village by the devotes of Ari Aurobindo and The Mother as part of “Sri Mataravinda Divya Jeevana Kendram”, with Telugu as medium of instruction, mainly to carry the work in rural areas. Now this is an English medium school following A.P state syllabus and recognised by Government of Andhra Pradesh.The Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations caters to around 411 children from the residential school and help them to bridge the digital divide and provide a Joyful Learning Platform.

July, 2013 NIIT Foundation

In an internal restructuring, in July 2013, NIIT Foundation (NF) which started in 2005, with the mandate to reach the unreached, uncared and unattended for ensuring inclusive development in India has been entrusted to implement the Hole-in-the-Wall Education project.  Since then it has already implemented more than 125 Hole-in-the-Wall Learning Stations across India as a part of CSR initiatives of various corporates.

 


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