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SATHWA, Training Module to strengthen the School Development Monitoring Committees of Government Schools

PADI Stakeholders Meet held on 15th November 2019 at Roshni Nilaya and the Training Module SATHWA released. This is a distinctive Program that PADI Funding Organisation Represented this Program. Ms Sabine Riedinger, Representative fromBftW Germany and Mrs Annie Jayaraj, Programme Consultant from Vijayawada visited PADI on 14th& 15th November 2019. This Programme is organized by the PADI Board Members and team. Dr Jayantha H President presided over this Programme, Key Note addressed by the Secretary & Executive Director Mr Renni D’Souza, PADI Team led the Dialogues and Mr ThukaramEkkaru, Treasurer of PADI, Ms B.M. Rohini, Mr Mohanchandra, Dr Shobhadevi were present in this Programme.

PADI-VALORED Project working in the concept of Child-Friendly School and Panchayaths in the selected 52 Government Primary Schools and 15 Grama Panchayaths of Dakshina Kannada & Udupi, these Stakeholders meet organized. In this meet Representatives of Children, SDMCs, Teachers, Panchayath PDOs, District & Taluk SDMC Coordination Committees, NGOs were present. It’s really great to know the experiences, understandings, knowledge, leaderships developed in the stakeholders and the depth of concept and reflection to carry out the objectives of PADI VALORED. We are really proud to have such stakeholders with us.

Also, this Project strives to overcome many issues which were the main drawback to give quality education in the school environment. Specifically, we can say teacher Ratio, School Development &monitoring by SDMCs, infrastructures in school, teaching and learning performances of children, midday meal aspect. Though these are simple words to listen, there are so many problems which directly affect and hinder the child’s overall growth and reduction of children in Government Schools. Project structured to rise up to create Child-Friendly Environment in schools and Child-friendly Society. The outcome of different programmes, efforts initiated by the Project resulted to bring change in the thoughts of the community.

One of the initiations the Training Manual for School Development Monitoring Committees of Government Primary Schools. Model Training to selected 52 schools to become effective in observing the changes, thus a Manual of this Training in the Kannada Language has been produced by PADI for the use of School-based SDMC Training “SATHWA” was released on 15th by the BftW Representative Ms Sabine Riedinger. In her words, she expressed that there is a need for intervention in the field of Primary Education in Government schools of India. PADI’s strategy to be extended to the Karnataka state and the necessity of the involvement of the community, SDMC and other stakeholders together only it is possible to see the strong and positive changes. She appreciated the efforts of all stakeholders, Project team and especially the children group like Child Rights Cultural Group, child Rights club, Children Parliament Representatives, Meena Club, office bearers and members of Education ERCs and its Federations.

SATHWA Training Manual is available, it can be used by the Trainers for the effective training of the SDMC to bring quality change in the Government Schools of Karnataka. The Trainers’ training will be provided by PADI.

Interested please contact PADI Research & Training Centre padirtcentre@gmail.com.

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