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As per the last Census held in 2011, there are 444 million children in India under the age of 18 years. This constitutes over one-third of population in India in 2011. This is said to be the world’s largest child population in a single country.
NMCT not only helps to spread education among the under-privileged children in Tamil Nadu but also works towards ensuring their Right to Education. NMCT started its intervention on Education through Kovai Class where thousands of child labors were rescued from brick lines and mainstreamed with the regular school. Presently many Corporate have been supporting to carry out projects on WaSH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) in Government schools.
As the pandemic crisis continues, NMCT brings inclusive education and works as a catalyst to bring sustainable change in the lives of the Tribal children.
The KKF- KKS - BMZ – WaSH project supported by Karl Kuebel Foundation, Germany aims at training the children at Government schools on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene through various programs including construction, renovation of new toilets, construction of hand wash platforms and provision for safe drinking water and Incinerators. The project also sensitizes the school Teachers, School Management Committee, parents and community on WaSH in 28 Government schools in Karamadai, Perianaickenpalayam and S.S.Kulam blocks, Coimbatore District.
NMCT used to conduct the Rojakootam program for the past 14 consecutive years. The program was kept in abeyance due to COVID - 19 pandemic and modified the program as Rojakootam Education and Development (REaD) center and transformed as Home Schooling program supported by KKS, Germany and Merck Family Foundation (MFF) since February 2021 and have been providing quality education through non-formal education in 20 Tribal villages..
NMCT implements the Happy School project supported by FORD Motors Pvt Ltd under their Corporate Social Responsibilities in 10 Government schools at Periyanaickenpalayam and S.S.Kulam blocks, Coimbatore District. The project was designed to address the SDG objectives of good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation.
The families infected by HIV/AIDS have to incur huge expenditures out of their income for their medical treatments. They could not spare adequate money for spending towards the education of their children nor they care for their education due to family circumstances. NTT DATA, under its Corporate Social Responsibilities has been supporting 16 children who are affected by HIV/AIDS to pursue their higher education.
Established a computer laboratory in Maruthamalai Subramaniya Swamy Devasthanam Higher Secondary School (Government Aided), Vadavalli, Coimbatore with 23 computers and necessary equipment. The project was supported by NTT DATA under its Corporate Social Responsibilities.