​अक्षर 

अक्षर (Akshar) is a national level program initiated by Fauji ke Alfaaz, which is committed to providing basic education to the underprivileged children. FKA identifies such students which are not able to join schools due to poverty or are dropouts to fulfill the need of their families. 

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अक्षर (Akshar) is a national level program initiated by Fauji ke Alfaaz, which is committed to providing basic education to the underprivileged children. Whether you are working on health, women empowerment, employment generation etc., for all these education is the best place to start. 

Fauji ke Alfaaz's अक्षर (Akshar) initiative includes education for underprivileged children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labor, children of poorest of the parents, children infected with diseases, street and runaway children with some disabilities, disaster struck children and slum children. Special emphasis is given to girl and women's education. 

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33 Million Children in India are engaged in Child Labor.

In nearly 60% of the schools, there are less than two teachers to teach classes I to V.

1 in 4 school going children have dropped out of school.

More than 50% of girls fail to enroll in school; those that do are likely to drop out by the age of 12.

5,00,000+ Meals

167+ Students Enrolled

100+ Volunteers for 'Akshar'

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Education

School & Uniform

Sponsor the school fee & basic stationary for a deserving student in remote villages.

Sponsor the admission & uniform of a less-fortunate child in remote villages.

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Nutrition & Medicine

Nutrition & Medicine

Prevent a child from Malnutrition. Sponsor basic food & medicine for less-fortunate.

Prevent a child from Malnutrition. Sponsor basic food & medicine for less-fortunate.

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VOLUNTEER AS A TEACHER
Fauji ke alfaaz akshar, delhi

I joined FKA in August 2020 and I started teaching children at a slum in Munirka on weekends. This is a part of Project Akshar. There are children from Nursery to class 9 there. I enjoy teaching them Hindi, English, and Maths. 

I soon developed a good connect with all the children and after every session came back home very happy and content. We have been celebrating all festivals introducing the children to our culture. Fun activities, games and competitions from time to time have made the children look forward to their weekend classes.

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I also interacted with the parents and have got a good exposure to their struggles and problems. It was very satisfying to bring about some changes in their attitudes and approaches to their children’s education.

It has been a great learning opportunity for me personally. Teaching slum children has given me an insight into their life, struggles, aspirations, and challenges.

The project has given me a lot of joy and satisfaction.

-Namita Jain, Volunteer (FKA)