sukrupa-education-centre

SUKRUPA Education Centre provides high quality formal English medium education for about 425 students from preschool to 10th grade.

The core base of the school program is equal balance of academics, creativity through various arts, music, dance, values, life skills, technology and sports in a clean, friendly and happy environment. Supports the children to Dream Big! focus on education and prepare them to become college graduates. Shaping positively contributing young adults who are globally aware, confident, fiscally independent. personally responsible.Know More…

SUKRUPA After School Lifeskill Program – SUKALP

SUKRUPA is restarting the after school program after 8 years of break since the school program started in 2008.

As most of the parents are still at work when the children are back from school, children are left on their own resulting in some of the children getting negatively influenced through the community. With the continuous effort to make sure all the children complete high school and get a college degree, founders and management of SUKRUPA, decided to introduce after-school program for pre-teens and teenagers between the age group 12 to 16.

SUKALP is thoroughly thought through, well designed, creative program that grooms the teenagers to realize their inner strength and focus on their potential to achieve their dreams and goals.

community-development

The Community Development Program offers health camps, family counseling, parenting, life skills training as well as vocational training. These components of the Sukrupa program provide a complete foundation for dignified employment and self-sufficiency. Consistent with all Sukrupa programs, the ultimate goal of this program is to provide a path out of the slums, to provide sustainable relocation to mainstream neighborhoods.Know More…

Turning-Point

As the families and children from underprivileged background struggle for basic survival, education is not a priority. Even if the child is sent to school, it is very likely majority of them drop out when they are teenagers. This results in girls becoming young mothers at 13 or 14 and boys a burden on family’s meager income or worse.Know More…