Projects

The Kiran Anjali Project supports grassroots projects in India that provide a transformative educational experience for the neediest children. All the projects we help fund provide high quality schooling to the children they serve and a clear path to college or vocational training so that the children can have a secure future. In addition, the projects provide healthy meals and regular medical check-ups so that the children are ready to learn.

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BAALE MANE

Baale Mane is a long-term home for over 50 vulnerable girls ages 7 - 21 in a village outside Bangalore, India. Many of the girls are orphans or have been rescued from child labor, domestic violence, living on the streets, or single parent families living in poverty.

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CARNATION LEARNING CENTER

Carnation Learning Center is a preschool and learning support center serving children from the inner-city slums of Bangalore. Carnation provides free preschool education for up to 100 students using an English-based curriculum to teach the basis of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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FEMINIST APPROACH TO TECHNOLOGY (F.A.T.)

F.A.T. runs after-school technology and leadership programs in Delhi for girls and women. The Kiran Anjali Project currently helps fund Jugaad Lab, a space where girls from nearby slums can explore the world of electronics, science, and technology.

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SHALINI FELLOWSHIPS

Shalini Fellowships support graduates from our partner projects so that they may attend vocational training or junior college and university.

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