Ravi Pratap Singh, International Program Director, AEAI visited iMpower club 65th Avenue last week and spent some quality time with the children of construction workers. M3M Foundation President Dr. Aishwarya Mahajan accompanied him.
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Member of AEA promoted SHG receives CM Entrepreneur Championship Award from Meghalaya Chief Minister
Persaralin Dohling, an SHG member who is part of the AEA’s ‘Enterprise Promotion for Sustainable Development’ project received the Chief Minister Entrepreneur Championship Award from Sri Conard A Sangma, Chief Minister of Meghalaya at the recent E-championship conclave held in Shillong.
The recent health, political or natural crises have highlighted the essential role of teachers, these everyday heroes on whose shoulders rest nothing less than the future of the children and citizens of tomorrow. Celebrating them once a year, on October 5, the date of World Teachers' Day, is certainly essential but insufficient in view of the conditions and the risks in which they work. Aide et Action calls for the teaching profession, often relegated to the background, to finally be honored after the intense sacrifice of the past two years.
Chennai, 18 February 2021. - Aide et Action, an international association for development through education, paints a pessimistic picture of the development of the rights of girls and women. Thus, at the same time of school desertion, they are more and more forced to stay at home. This is especially the case in the least developed countries. If action is not taken now, the "Next World", which is slow to come due to the alarming development of the pandemic, risks starting with an intolerable decline in their rights.
Faced with the risk of dropping out of school, Aide et Action and its partner Plan International Benin are proposing the implementation of innovative and adapted monitoring tools to practice an inclusive educational strategy.
Aide et Action is distributing emergency food and hygiene education in northwest Vietnam as COVID-19 and natural disasters threaten vulnerable populations.
19 iLEAD centers of Aide et Action transformed into ‘information & resource centers’ to support stranded migrants due to COVID-19
Amidst the continuing fight against COVID-19 pandemic, Aide et Action has provided relief support to 95000 affected populations and distributed 125000 protective masks stitched under iLEAD, its flagship skill development programme spread across 45 locations in India & Sri Lanka.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Aide et Action launches “iDream”, a distance learning application for marginalized children
While the closure of schools, linked to the COVID-19 crisis,...
The sudden lock down imposed by the Indian government with a view to clamp down the spread of Coronavirus has had a devastating effect on migrant workers in India. With work on construction sites now stopped, these populations are being deprived of their only sources of income, and facing even more stigmatization as they are forbidden to return to their villages of origin. These migrant workers are in a particularly precarious situation. To guarantee their survival, their safety and preserve their dignity Aide et Action has initiated an immediate response and adapted its "usual" activities to address the emergency.
Chennai: As the coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads worldwide, an unprecedented number of children and young people are no longer attending schools or universities. In this context of global health crisis, in our 19 countries of intervention, we are organizing ourselves in order to best maintain our activities with the most vulnerable and marginalized populations.