Alison Berry (the Celebrate Innovation Manager of Mars Wrigley Confectionery UK) recently spent a week with Pratham India at village schools. She experienced firsthand 'transformative results in children's education and vocational training' and left her mark taking plenty of selfies with students!
Pratham UK's recently concluded Gala was another success. A night of glitz and glamour began with a fashion show by designer Masaba Gupta.
Pratham wins LUI Che Woo Prize
Pratham won 'The 2018 Positive Energy Prize' for its efforts in eliminating illiteracy.
The LUI Che Woo prize is awarded in recognition of extraordinary effo... Read more
Yale Evidence in Practice case study features Pratham
Pratham's programme featured as a case study
Yale's Evidence in Practise project features Pratham's Teaching at the Right Level programme as a case study.
Teaching at the Right Level is designed to improve basic literacy and math skills for children in their early childhood.
Our runners have fundraised over £5,000 at the recently concluded British 10K.
We asked them about their experience and what inspired them to run for Pratham
"I was inspired to run for Pratham as Drink me Chai’s chosen charity and we wanted to affiliate ourselves with a charity in India, the heart of where Chai originates from. The work that Pratham does is so inspiring and I was keen to pu... Read more
Watch Madhav Chavan speaking for Pratham at the Founder’s Pledge
Last Friday the 15th June, Madhav Chavan, the co-founder of Pratham, gave an invigorating talk on the impact Pratham continues to have on ameliorating illiteracy levels in India. The occasion was the Founder's pledge, a forum that brings together Europe’s foremost network of digital and technological entrepreneurs who have agreed to donate a percentage of their earnings to charity.
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Founder’s Pledge – 15th June (Friday)
Founders Pledge is a forum that brings together Europe’s foremost network of digital and technological entrepreneurs wherein they agree on donating a percentage of their earnings to charity. The founders pledge forum at Watford is a very prestigious event supported by pledgers such as Richard Reed (co-founder of Innocent), Jose Neves (founder & CEO of Farfetch), Nicolas Cary (co-founder of Bloc... Read more
Pratham UK teams up with Humble Bundle!
Pratham UK is now a charity partner of Humble Bundle, a distribution platform selling games, ebooks, software, and other digital content!
Since Humble Bundle’s founding in 2010, their mission has been to support charity (“Humble”) while providing quality content to customers at great prices (“Bundle”).
For more information on Humble Bundle, check out their website Read more
Pratham UK as one of Nordgreen’s Charities of Choice!
We are excited to announce that Pratham UK has been chosen as one of the three charities supported by Nordgreen worldwide! Part of Nordgreen's Giving Back initiative, every watch contributes to making the world a better place. Pratham UK is Nordgreen's Education charity, for our work in providing quality education to children all over India.
For a short period, 10% of the sales from every wa... Read more
Run for Pratham UK at the 2018 British 10k
Pratham UK has secured 10 tickets for this year's Virgin Sport British 10k presented by ASICS on 15 July 2018! Gather your people, lace up your trainers, and get ready to experience London's most iconic landmarks and a British street party, with a twist. Run your way with music at every kilometer to a new personal best and receive free race photos, a t-shirt, medal, and a tote ... Read more
Pratham UK is pleased to announce that we are now verified on Facebook!
One of the benefits of this is that you can create your very own donation page on Facebook to raise funds for Pratham UK!
Simply go to Pratham UK's Facebook page, click on 'Raise Money' and your all set! Read more
Give As You Earn!
Pratham UK is the fundraising and awareness-raising arm of Pratham, India's largest non-governmental education organisation.
YOU can directly support the education of underprivileged children by making a very small contribution every month through Pratham UK.
A small monthly contribution from you can support various programmes:
This year embrace the Christmas spirit of giving and and gift a child (or two) in rural India the opportunity that could change their lives forever.
Just £20 teaches 2 children in rural India to read and write.
This Christmas give a family in India a reason to celebrate. Give them the joy of celebrating their chance at a better future.
To change a life this Christmas, please Read more
Vinati Sukhdev’s debut book, “East or West” launched in London
We are delighted to share that our Executive Director, Vinati Sukhdev's debut book, "East or West, an NRI mothers manual on how to bring up desi children overseas," was launched in London at the Nehru Centre on the 23rd of October, 2017
The event was extremely well-attended and Vinati was supported on-stage by Mrs ... Read more
Pratham UK Gala – Over £450,000 raised in one evening
Pratham UK's annual Gala was held on the 14th of October at the spectacular Landmark Hotel in London and was attended by some of the most prominent personalities in the British Asian community.
The evening began with a stunning fashion show by the legendary Satya Paul; a feast of colour, fabric and texture wearing jewellery from JADAU and produced by Events by Hajira, followed by an introduc... Read more
International Day of the Girl – 11th October
Give girls a second chance to put education first!
At Pratham, we believe that the education of girls and women is crucial for social and economic upliftment, levels of confidence and further development of a fast-growing economy like that of India.
Pratham Open School started in 2011 to give young women the chance to complete their Secondary School education and acquire ... Read more
Spread the light of literacy this Diwali
This Diwali, celebrate Pratham-style and spread the Light of Education!
Did you know that just £20 teaches 2 children in rural India to read and write? This Diwali, give a family in India a reason to celebrate. Give them the joy of celebrating their chance at a better future.
To make a difference this Diwali, donate here.
Pratham UK wishes ... Read more
Climbing for Pratham: Mayank Goyal
Mayank Goyal, alongside his wife Shruthi, tries to do something new every year and has made fundraising a part of his journey. His challenge for 2018 is the Everest Base Camp trek, one of the most popular trekking routes in the Himalayas. He will be supporting Pratham UK and has aimed to raise £4000 for our cause: to support the children of India in areas of education, literacy and vocational t... Read more
PraDigi: Pratham’s new digital initiative
PraDigi provides digital resources offline, increasing access to education, and engages students in educational fun games. Announced on August 29th in New Delhi, PraDigi provides tablets to rural villages and with it the PraDigi app.
It aims to improve basic literacy, numeracy skills and support specific subjects through 25 games and more than 500 videos. The material is available... Read more
India at 70: 1.3 Billion Dreamers
This year, Indians all around India and the world are celebrating 70 years of independence. Yet, every year, millions of children drop out of our education system.
In fact, 70% of all dropouts in the country drop out before reaching Year 10. Enrolment drops by half again between Years 11 and 12. The Read more
Pratham UK receives Google Ad Grants award.
In July 2017, Pratham UK was awarded a Google AdWords Grant. The programme supports registered nonprofit organisations that share Google's philosophy of community service. It hopes to provide support in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, environmental issues, youth advocacy, and the arts.
Google AdWord is an in-kind advertising program that awards free onl... Read more
The Pratham UK Readathon is ON!
Are you looking forward to a long summer vacation? Can you read more books this summer than all your friends? Did you know that you can help children in India learn to read just by reading your favourite books?
The Pratham UK Readathon is a fundraiser that encourages children in the UK to read books over the summer to help children in India learn to read, write and do math. ... Read more
The Economist features Pratham
We were featured in The Economist in their 8th June issue in an article on why literacy levels in India are so poor despite more children attending school than ever before. The article, details why learning outcomes are not being met and highlights Pratham’s efforts on bringing about meaningful change.
ON THE ground floor of a primary school in Jaipur in the state of Rajasthan, five ... Read more
Pratham’s Work Lauded in Brooking Institution’s Research
India is among the countries in the developing world that are successfully experimenting with innovative teaching techniques in an effort to spread learning across the nation, according to a new report released last month by the Washington DC-based Brookings Institution.
Areas in rural India covered by education charity ‘Pratham’ were used as part of its research for the ‘Millions Learning:... Read more
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