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Skoch Development Foundation started Project HOPE under a series of school adoptions from the remotest corners of the country. These are some such people/areas/communities, tribal or non-tribal, from hills or plains, who have largely remained untouched by the wave of development or GDP growth of the country. These may be educationally backward, geographically challenged, socially downtrodden, digitally and financially excluded. It is called Project HOPE because it attempts to kindle a light so that a visible change in people’s lives could be brought about over a period of time.

Project Hope 1

The Foundation has adopted a school – Ane Moriam – in a remote village called Sangram in Arunachal Pradesh and setup a computer lab to improve digital learning for its students with V-Sat connectivity.

Project Hope 2

These are the camps of “Van Gujjars”, a community of over 10,000 nomads who shuttle between Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Kumaon, Uttarkashi and other higher regions of Uttarakhand.

Project Hope 3

In this project, the Foundation, capitalised on its previous experiences with Hope 1 & 2 and partnered with Gurgaon Administration and Municipal Corporation to make an intervention in bursting metropolis.

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