Atma’s vision has always been quality education for all children. We believe that children need to be able to continue their education to give them the opportunity to thrive in the future. Our focus is to support our partner organisations in the re-habitation of programmes so that no child’s future is at risk due to the crisis.

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The COVID-19 outbreak has significantly affected children and families. Children have been facing challenges due to social, educational, and economic distress that may have a negative impact on their future. The unprecedented times of COVID have created a big upheaval in the social sector.


Our partner organisations who run their education programmes in government schools have had to close off the academic year abruptly due to school closures. Our partners play a significant role in providing high quality academic and socio-emotional programmes that add value to a child’s growth and development.


In the last 6 months, Atma has provided crisis support to our partner organisations to overcome their most urgent challenges. We have helped our partners raise more than 60 lakhs in funding, supported them to re-evaluate their programme to pivot to digital models and build systems and processes to manage their human-resource during these turbulent times.


Atma’s vision has always been quality education for all children. We believe that children need to be able to continue their education to give them the opportunity to thrive in the future. Our focus is to support our partner organisations in the re-imagining programmes so that no child’s future is at risk due to the crisis.


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