spent five days (4 – 8 April 2018)
to evaluate the Doosra Dashak (DD)
programme for Tata Trusts
. The DD programme focuses on adolescents and youth, with social mobilisation and education as the two primary and critical strategies towards creating social change. The DD programme tries to mitigate and circumvent geographical and social constraints by focusing on creating informal mechanisms such as residential camps and through intensive engagement with anganwadis, women’s groups, and community members. Given CBPS
both engage in critical issues related to education, both the teams benefited from this immersive experience and dialogue.
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