Finding a sustainable portable education toolkit for children who travel for 300 days in a year
We work with a community of jhoolewalas in India who travel for 300 days in a year with their children. These jhoolewalas set up rides in local fairs in and around Udaipur (Rajasthan) to earn a living. The family members who set up these rides have extreme engineering skills to be able to do this kind of work. As a result of their travel, the children in this community have zero access to education. We are working with a think tank in India to design a portable education toolkit which will enable these children to read and write in hindi and english on their own.