• Highlights: The first batch of 317 adolescent girls trained on self-defence and got certified by Parivartan Cell of Delhi Police.
  • Highlights: 70,000 community members indirectly engaged on the subject of girls' safety
  • Highlights: 8,327 adolescent girls and 1,397 boys have been engaged through various community activities of the project
  • Highlights: In Hyderabad, Plan currently works in 25 slum clusters supporting 25,960 persons, out of which, 5,796 are girls and 5,388 are boys.
  • Highlights: The total number of sponsored children in Bihar is 9,731, out of which 7,878 (81%) are girls.
  • Highlights: Plan in Odisha supports more than 15,333 girls and 17,122 boys with its projects and programmes.
  • Highlights: At present, Plan programmes touch the lives of 92,000 families in approximately 820 Panchayats across 8 districts in Rajasthan.
  • Highlights: Plan reaches more than 89,078 girls and 93,167 through its projects and programmes in Delhi.

Empowerment of Children Through Sports

Empowerment of Children Through Sports - Ensuring Right to Education and gender equality through Right to Play

Plan India works across five districts reaching out to 3,360 children directly through our project - Empowerment of Children through Sports. This project is aimed to ensure Right to Education in making schools child friendly and encouraging children out of school to enrol in schools through sports activities. Sport is the medium through which children and families are motivated and explained the importance of education.

Key achievements

  • Through the project, sports activities have been initiated in schools through which the 3,360 children including 167 children with special needs participated in the sports sessions.
  • 16 children identified and trained out of which one boy is selected for sports school.
  • 127 volunteers with more than 60% girls have supported the project.
  • Nine playgrounds were developed under the project with community contribution of more than Rs 23 lakhs.
  • Various sports tournaments were conducted for the first time in remote villages of the target locations.