The SES School Project represents the first effort to work within the formal school system. It is an effort by SES to extend its activities in the field of education, leveraging our experiences with less privileged children to improve the quality of learning in Municipal and Private Aided Schools. Specifically, we hope to provide inputs in the fields of teaching, extra-curricular activities, community support and infrastructure that will significantly enhance the learning opportunities for children in formal schools.

1. Infrastructural support

  • Installation of soft-boards
  • Provision of basic furniture
  • Renovation of fans and lights
  • Painting

2. Extra-curricular support

  • Art/Craft, Dance/Drama and PT/Sports programs
  • Educational outings for the children of the school
  • Annual day function by the school children

3. Educational inputs

  • English study classes for children in classes I – IV across all mediums.
  • SES has appointed Class teachers.
  • Set up library
  • Computer classes

4. Community involvement and support

  • Community visits
  • Parents groups
  • Holiday classes
  • Counseling
The SES School Project has the following objectives:
  • Meet SES’s four goals – education, good-time, self-esteem and preparation for a job – directly through the school system
  • Reach out to a wider community of children through a more scalable, lower cost model

The SES School Project will focus its efforts on four key areas:

  • Improve the quality of learning in the schools by bringing in new teaching methodologies while adhering to the current school curriculum.
  • Introduce extra-curricular activities (ECA) with enhanced curriculum to supplement classroom learning and provide opportunities for children to develop holistically.
  • Work with communities to generate parent interest and involvement in education and resolve external barriers to learning.
  • Supplement basic infrastructure to create a school environment that is more friendly and conducive to learning.
  • Establishment of a degree college in village -Kahli Terwa
  • Providing women’s literacy in village Terwa Dahigawan
  • Vocational training and micro enterprise development.
  • Identification and survey of all government schools in and around the locations in which SES is working.
  • Conducting a survey of facilities (both infrastructure and human resource) available in these schools.
  • Forming pressure groups within the communities with parents, specially the mothers, to demand for better facilities and quality of education in government schools.
  • Involving the teachers with parents and bringing them closer to each other for a joint effort towards overall betterment in schools.
  • Creating government and non government linkages with community pressure groups as well as schools so as to provide facilities like libraries, playground etc.
  • Rapport building with concerned government authorities to facilitate the process of qualitative improvement in schools.
The society started facilitating and promoting the involvement of women members of the society ever since its inception.
The foundation promoted women because the society strongly believed that women who made a significant proportion of the population were suffering because of lack of education and social awareness.
SES’s experience showed that equity in the family and future generation was better established and protected if a woman of society was educated.

The society had recently facilitated the formation of self groups in the village of Terwa Dahigawan.

The society explored the possibility of the different livelihood alternatives which could make their earnings grow and provides a better quality of life ,when everybody was educated and earned his own bread and butter.


In order to economically empower women skill building support had been provided to 30 women in the age group of 15-35 of rural area of Kachhuna BLOCK OF Hardoi distt, UP. Women had been trained in weaving and stitching. After the training support women had started making clothes.

  • Women were imparted information and education through easy communication made aware of health issues. Objectives of this intervention were to create awareness and bring behavioral change to women in various aspects of health and education.
  • Through health camps of Ayurveda, Unani and Homeopathy, 80 practitioners of Indian system of medicine were given training to start serving the rural area in a better way. More than 2000 students of 4 junior high schools were given inputs of Yoga education and their sports teachers were given training in Yoga.
  • With the support of DRDA society, SES has assisted farmers in fighting the drought and had constructed baandh for conserving rainwater in the fields to increase the moisture regime in the soil leading to increase agriculture production. This program had benefited 200 small and marginal farmers.
  • Society had the main objectives of developing women farmer groups and making them capable in the field of agriculture, empowerment of women, to increase ability of gender sensitization in the area of agriculture etc.