works in the poorest villages of Tamilnadu to ensure quality education and health for children from marginalized families. AID India, founded by a team of IIT and BITS alumni, seeded Eureka child Foundation, that empowers local communities through projects in education.
Its flagship project - Eureka SuperKidz, is currently active in 600 villages across Tamil Nadu, making a positive difference to the lives of over 10,000 families through the quality education children receive and the employment generated locally.
Eureka Child Foundation has a strong research team that provides skill-specific solutions and generates attractive resource material for children. Books, activity kits and other learning resources reach the poorest villages through Eureka Books.
Local empowerment, measurement of expected targets and a strong Outcome Focus are the hallmarks of Eureka Child Foundation. Its capacity is enhanced by sharing technical and educational resources with like-minded partner organizations including Pratham and The Stones Foundation.