Pre-Primary Education Program

In rural and urban communities, pre-schooling is not usually being practiced because of ignorance and facilities. WADA tried to create an impact in the community that the parents should convince for sending their children in the non-formal school which will lead the young learners for their formal education. Following are detail of the program:


Literacy Program for Young and elder

To reduce Illiteracy and increase literacy in poor community In rural areas WADA organized literacy program among old age women and men those who have no literacy knowledge. 


Child Education

For provide active support for continuation of education of the children of poor families. The child education program particularly, for the dropped out children of poor families.  Their age range between 8 to12 and they will read in our education center 1 to 3 class.


Adolescent Girls Education

Any adolescent girls under this program are marginal, low-income and poor background families who have some education and drop out from school for poverty. They have no skill to increase financial capacity in their family, no knowledge about their personal life, no hygiene practices, no knowledge violence of early marriage & dowry, no knowledge human rights and empowerment. Their age should be within 12- 18 years. 


Non-Formal Education

The objective of this project is to enhance life options of the urban and rural working children and adolescents to access their rights to education, protection, development and participation. 

Target beneficiaries of this program are the working children and adolescents who have no option to take education due to poverty and who dropped out from the schools.


Main activities of this project to provide quality non-formal, life-skills-based basic education to working children and adolescents ages;