The Eklavya Project assists families in gaining access to high-quality private schools through India’s Right to Education Act.
YTF believes that access to technology and education should be a basic human right.
Unnati, a program on youth empowerment and social transformation, is recurring throughout the year with new batches of youth in the age group between 18 and 25, rigorously trained in soft and life skills, values, spoken English, and computer skills, and placed in leading corporations and companies.
The program aims to empower children to make the right choices for their health, education, and livelihood.
Through the Ak' Tenamit Internship Program, high school students split their time between traditional and practical classrooms, where they put theory learned in class to work.
Teach for All is transforming education for the world's most disadvantaged students by training and developing effective leaders.
TMP coupled with the TMPS adopts a "transformative learning" approach to pedagogy, instead of the traditional "informative learning" approach characterized by rote learning.
The “Back to Basics” (B2B) program supports students to reach age-appropriate competencies while in schools through quality enhancement programs that improve the teaching of learning skills, and impact the overall quality of learning of children studying in government primary schools.