Every Child Deserves
Literacy & Learning
Over 50% of India’s fifth graders cannot read at a second-grade level.
Without literacy, the cycle of poverty continues. Australians can help to change that through their support of Pratham's Second Chance Program:
$500 will change a girl's life
93% of all donations directly support beneficiaries
Pratham reaches India's most remote communities
Join the Pratham AUS Donor Community today
RECOGNITION & AWARDS
RECOGNITION & AWARDS
Almost 80% of India’s girls leave school before completing Grade 8. Pratham’s Second Chance program assists them to continue their education and become employable.
The 18-month long Second Chance program costs $500 for one girl to complete her secondary education. Your contribution towards this will change her life forever.
News & Events
We’ve developed low-cost solutions that help us improve the quality of learning for Indian children on a large scale. By working with governments and building community programs, we’ve already reached tens of millions of Indian students and young people.
Pratham AUS has committed to focus its fundraising efforts on the “Second Chance” program that provides ongoing education for drop-out girls in India who have had to leave school early.
Every Australian has the opportunity to get involved by donating, volunteering, keeping up with the latest news or joining one of our travel programs. Corporate sponsors and partners are welcome to join the movement and build an even stronger connection between Australia and India.
Making A Profound Impact In India
Through the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), our work in education policy has given citizens, governments and nonprofits a voice in education reform internationally.
Ending the Cycle of Poverty
Pratham’s flagship literacy program, "Read India", has demonstrated that children can learn more efficiently when grouped according to ability rather than age.
From Mumbai to the World
What started with a single preschool in the slums of Mumbai has evolved to reach 45 million children and youth through literacy and vocational programs in 20 Indian states.
Stories Of Impact In India ...
Sunil Kumar was born in the tiny village of Khap on the India-Nepal border. His parents were landless laborers with no resources to raise him and his siblings.
Learn about the Pratham vision in India ...
Understand the impact Pratham is making through the story of Mangala ...