Children are the hope of the future. They are the central focus of sustainable development, and the future of our planet rests in its inhabitants. The issues faced by children are considered as a social issue while there are other issues like education, safety, rights and health that are related to the economic growth of the country. Understanding this need our NGO trains kids in moral values and provides better education including technical training in association with institutions like Cloud Solutions, Tech Talent South, New Horizons, etc. to shape their future. www.charityvillage.com also joins us in this endeavour with volunteer support.
An unhealthy child has a compromised brain functionality, and this could be due to poor nutrition and the lack of quality education. Children who do not feel safe in their home, community, the school will not be able to fulfill their responsibilities as citizens of the country. The Prairie State is undergoing a transformation with individuals understanding child rights and move towards providing a safe and intellectual environment for the kids to grow. The intellectual, social and moral fulfillments of the children have to be fulfilled.
The Millennium has seen unprecedented human progress in terms of reduction of household poverty, reduction in death rate of children, clean drinking water and more children at school. The world is undergoing change
and the gap between the rich and the poor coming closers. The far-reaching social and economic impacts have a great deal of effect on children’s education. Apart from this the toxic pollution, social conflicts and violence, unplanned urbanisation, stressful ecosystem all will have an effect on the children, and they become vulnerable and are at risk.
Children are recognised as critical partners for sustainable change. Children who have the opportunity and skills, participate and become advocates and problem-solvers. They bring about positive change. Investment in quality education generates immediate paybacks. The education of children especially girls have shown multiple benefits on families, communities and the society as a whole. Investment in girls education reduces poverty rates as they turn out to be healthier and independent. Studies reveal that countries that support female education suffer fewer losses than those compared with less progressive countries with lower female literacy rate.
Today, children use tools to improve their literary-skills. Touch screens, scientific tools, books and writing instruments have all become part of their education process. There are interactive media platforms like literacy software, innovative technologies and even games that foster creativity. A range of assistive technology expands access for children with special needs. To add to this, there are language translation softwares for multilingual learners. The geometry software exposes the children to the concepts of bending, stretching, combining images and shrinking. Interactive digital games allow the children to explore social studies, math, reading and science concepts.
Technology helps kids to connect to global communities with the help of blogs, video conferencing, emails and chats. Integrating technology into the curriculum is sure to make the children independent and high employable in the future. Including technology in early childhood programs has seen a drastic improvement in learning activity of the kids.