We need a Quality Education system
to serve at least 80% of India's children

What We Do

White Lotus Trust works with socio-economically weaker sections of society with special emphasis on women and children - irrespective of caste, creed, culture and religion.


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Our Network

We build our networks wherever we can while spreading our advocacy message and creating solidarity with like-minded organisations, institutions and governance.


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Get Involved

Individuals/groups, organizations and even teachers and education department personnel can contact us at White Lotus Trust Helpline to discuss how to approach problems in schools.


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WE'VE SHOWN WHAT'S POSSIBLE !!
BUT THERE'S LOTS MORE TO DO

White Lotus Trust has led the way in providing access to education for girls at Mewat, one of the worst gender-equality wise districts in India. Where Right To Education is concerned, White Lotus Trust works in rural areas mobilizing villagers to participate in the renovation of their village schools.

1,60,000
students served
in R.T.E program 1,60,000 students in 580 schools @ Rs.14 per student p.a. = $50,000
@45 = $1
300girls
provided access to education via school bus at average of Rs.6000 per student p.a.= $40,000 pa

2,177
brick kiln children
provided bus to school on avg. of Rs.300 p.a. (Rs.1,800 per student p.a.) = $13,000 p.a.
3,830
trained community
members

 

 

White Lotus works in rural areas mobilizing villagers to participate in the renovation of their village schools while collaborating with local and up to State level governance, education departments, BEO, DEO, SPO, DOE and etc in creation of education campaigns and state wide training for elements of the RTE Act; SMCs, CCE, Enrolment and Retention campaigns.

WLT has led the way in providing access to education for girls at Mewat, one of the worst gender-equality wise districts in India.

 

 

 

 

 

The Vision of White Lotus Trust is to see India with a fully developed Common School System, serving quality education to each and every one of India's children, especially girls.

White Lotus is a grass roots level organisation working toward the development of a common school system, seeking to ensure the Right To Quality Education, especially in government schools.

 

Latest News and Events

Improving delivery of women’s and children’s health services in rural villages of Rajasthan

We have long held the opinion that government health services in India are very likely being poorly run wherever there is a lack of monitoring and which occurs more often in smaller rural villages of which there are 640,000 across the country. The 2011 census of India tells us 236,004, some 1/3 of all India's villages, have less than 500 inhabitants.

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‘Lessons from the field while working for a Common School System at Mewat’

We are very proud to present this publication, ‘Lessons from the field while working for a Common School System at Mewat’ and that was driven by recognition of our work by Harvard University, South Asia Institute,...

 

Education Quality Addition - EQU+ program.

We created this program recognising that many research projects have shown there is a learning gap in many Government schools. Children learning at grade 5 are only able to complete grade 3 work and so on...

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Tata Trust and Harvard University South Asia Institute (SAI) Fund WLT as one of six across India selected in Gender Empowerment programs.

From 30 of the most eminent Civil Society Organisations across India, White Lotus Trustwas chosen as one of 6 to receive the grant,....

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Blossom to College.

Since the new academic session started in the beginning of July 2016, we have increased the number of girls participating in the Blossom Bus to College bus service from 18 to 40. This was due to the high demand expressed by parents and girls...

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Lets get clear about No Detention in the context of Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation.

Again and again for years on end we've been seeing 'No Detention policy' (NDP) being blamed for sub standard performance in government schools across the subcontinent.

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