Dalits, which forms about one fourth of India’s population, make 4% of the World’s Population. This is a size bigger than 72% of 189 countries of the world. The Dalits forms the largest block of the ‘Bottom of the Pyramid’, surely a daunting challenge, but an opportunity of unbound promises.
NACDOR advocates for FAIR SHARE to the Socially Excluded in India’s Economy. The FAIR SHARE means the economic resources fairly distributed.Continue Reading
Dalits and socially excluded remained obsessed with identity, stigma, atrocities, discrimination, and violation of human rights.Continue Reading
National family Health Survey-3 indicates that most of the Dalits and Adivasi men, women and children suffer from poor health and nutrition indicatorsContinue Reading
In 2013, socially excluded Dalits were subjected to more than 39,400 cases of human right violations. These included 676 murders, 4901 grievous hurts, 628 kidnappings, 2073 rapes, 189 arsons and 13,975 cases of atrocities under the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989.Continue Reading
CADAM has been working to improve the access of Dalit children to primary education in the one of the India’s most backward region Bundelkhand region. It is working for reducing discriminations in schools and improvements in school infrastructure, by mobilizing the government and the community.Continue Reading
CADAM in India works as an effective body for understanding and catering to the needs of the Dalit children. It is working to develop a broader approach towards the high dropout rate and low literacy rate, malnourishment among Dalit and Tribal children.Continue Reading
Improving access of Dalit Children to primary education in Bundelkhand i.e. Bundelkhand Shiksha Abhiyan. Computer Aided Learning and Digital Literacy Model along with Computer Based Functional literacy to address illiteracy and problems related to education.Continue Reading