Temki Paada is a small ZP government-funded school located in Mahim, Palghar district (in the Maharashtra state). 22 students from grades 1-4 make up its small classes. Most of the children’s parents are fishermen, laborers, or farmers.
We began our work with the school in December 2016. We decided to start our first Aboli campaign there because while growing up, we would often see the school on our summer trips to India. We asked our grandmother, who was a teacher in the secondary government school in the village, about the school. She told us that the school was new but didn’t have many resources.
Thus, we decided to begin our work here. Read more about the campaigns Aboli Foundation has done at Temki Paada.