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Mission Shiksha

Mission Shiksha is a national level program of JMV Child Care Foundation, an NGO for education which is committed to providing basic education and healthcare with nutrition to underprivileged children. Other side, imagine a vibrant and colorful space not limited by the boundaries of fixed syllabi or the constraints of academic pressure. A place where children could be nurtured to learn, grow, experiment, and discover themselves. This was the idea behind JMV Child Care Foundation creating.


Million children are currently out of school


Million children are at risk of acute hunger

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School going children have dropped out of school


Of girls do not get past 10 years of education


Million children in India currently involved in school

Change: Latest Updated

The idea behind establishing learning centers within the premises of these schools was to encourage children to think beyond the four walls and inculcate essential skills like creativity, time management, and decision making. SPICE, the organization helps children develop and hone their skills in five spheres -social, physical, intellectual, creative, and emotional. These areas of competence arrive at after carefully looking into all the factors that children of today’s times need in order to build a strong future for themselves. We also started non formal Education [6-14 yrs non-school going] and Short Course [14-18 yrs drop-outs].

JMV Child Care Foundation conducted a screening and selection process, after which the chosen facilitators were trained rigorously before stepping into the learning centers. The training module was such that it lasted for five weeks, and touched upon classroom management, child-centric teaching

Methods, and skill development among children. Anytime in our learning centers, you will see students sitting on the ground, immersed in fun activities or working on team-building exercises. You can observe the joy in their faces as they play games or read stories together and explore hidden talents. The children, who mostly come from marginalized and _ vulnerable communities, either live in slums or small dwellings on the outskirts of the city. Not having well-educated people in the family, combined with poverty, inadequacy, and a general lack of confidence, makes it difficult for them to get ahead in school.

It is an NGO which works’ for education § of underprivileged children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labour, children of poorest of the parents, children inflicted and affected with HIV/AIDS, street and runways children, children with rare disabilities, disaster struck children and slum children. We give special emphasis on girl education and women education,so that they and their families get empowered.


We have come across children who possess an unstable mental and emotional state of mind because of a particular personal trauma, alcoholic parents, abusive family members, and an_ unsupportive environment at home on the whole. This was when we Decided to introduce parental workshops and retreats. JMV Child Care Foundation organizes workshops and events periodically for parents, where they are given an orientation about how to nurture parent-child relationships, providing a safe and conducive environment at home, giving attention to children’s progress, and even expressing emotions like love and care.

What We Did Last Year ?

  • We provided 13000 Children directly provided education through 160 centers in 15 states in which 41% of total beneficiaries were girls, to ensure a fair start for all.
  • We mainstreamed 87% of eligible children to formal schools, after successfully passing out from Mission Shiksha centers. Our 100% of teachers received training in academic methodologies, ensuring an engaging environment for the children.

Inspiring Stories

“| want to be the chasse player.”

-Payal,13 yrs

It is hard to miss the shine in Payal’s eyes when she says these words. Full of mischief and fun now, Payal did not have a very happy childhood initially. Abandoned by her father at birth, Payal lost her mother too in an accident five years ago. But the little girl was lucky, taken care by her father like mother. Her father Mukesh works as a construction laborer and has to struggle every day to feed her daughter Payal, but he never gets tired because he has big dreams for her. Payal is studying in the 5th standard with her friend Vimla at a Mission Shiksha center in UP. She likes to draw and play chess and so does her friend. Payal wants to grow up to be a teacher and teach children.who do not have the means to pursue an education.