Lighthouse Learning Group has partnered with the Maharashtra authorities’s Women and Child Development (WCD) Department to implement the Project Adarsh Anganwadi. As part of the MoU, Lighthouse Learning will rework some present Anganwadis, develop infrastructure, herald high-quality content material and curriculum, educating aids and conduct coaching classes to boost the abilities of the workers, in response to an official assertion.
This venture would begin from Mumbai and can be taken to different main elements of Maharashtra. “We look forward to Lighthouse Learning taking this initiative to other parts of Maharashtra so that every child will soon have access to safe and hygienic centres,” Yashomati Thakur, State Women and Child Development minister mentioned.
Lighthouse Learning can even assist to make sure that every Anganwadi has hygienic and secure environment for youngsters.
“Our vision is to support and upgrade one Anganwadi for each pre-school we have in the state. It is our privilege to partner with the ministry of WCD and look forward to deeper collaborations in the future,” Prajodh Rajan, co-founder, CEO, Lighthouse Learning and Group mentioned.
With inputs from PTI.
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