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Deeper Insight into our data

Patel Nagar Lape Phase-I

  • Number of troopers- 26
  • School area / size- 10,800 sq ft approx / 1200 sq yard approx
  • Number of walls painted- 29
  • Number of illustrations- 24
  • School caters to number of students- 511
  • Number of teachers- 13
  • School type- Nigam Pratibha Vidyalaya, Primary School, Lowest income Delhi Government School
  • Community catered- 1

Patel Nagar Lape Phase-II

  • Number of students- 89
  • Number of Teachers- 13
  • Number of troopers- 3
  • Community catered- 3
  • School type- Nigam Pratibha Vidyalaya, Primary School, Lowest income Delhi Government School
  • Number of Households - 76

Munirka Lape Phase-II

  • Number of students- 1421
  • Number of Teachers- 57
  • Community catered-2
  • School type- Sarvodaya Co-Ed Senior Secondary School, Munirka Village, New Delhi - 110067
  • Number of Households - 600+

Munirka Project Bastar Ta Poloi

  • Number of Students- 220
  • Number of Teachers- 7
  • Community catered-2
  • School type- Sarvodaya Co-Ed Senior Secondary School, Munirka Village, New Delhi - 110067

OM Foundation Lape Phase-II

  • Number of students- 57
  • Number of Teachers- 26
  • Number of troopers- 8
  • Community catered- 7
  • No. of households- 57
  • School type-The children come from the urban slums of Noida, Uttar Pradesh with the criteria being the household income is less than Rs 8000 monthly and 1 student from 1 home.

Project Bastar Ta Poloi

1. Number of tribals we are catering to in Narayanpur:

  • Number of students- 439
  • Number of Teachers- 21
  • School type- Lowest Income Tribal School

2. Number of tribals we are catering to in Sukma:

  • Number of students- 439
  • Number of Teachers- 21
  • School type- Lowest Income Tribal School

At Labhya, the parameters that help us see our progress are more intangible than tangible, and therefore our acts of service are more amplified by their ripple effect. Trying to keep humans at the center, it has been difficult for us to quantify progress made at an individual level. We realise that all values interconnected and therefore if any of our stakeholders, from Troopers to tribals to children, also start talking about or practicing any of these values, it enables them to explore their notions and reflect on other actions.