: Achievements

Milestones 2016-17

IIMPACT’s focus is on girls not-in school; those unreached in remote villages. IIMPACT has always made that extra effort and travelled that extra mile to reach the most unreached and disadvantaged of children.

IIMPACT has had to work very hard to bring the community on board to set up learning centres to educate girls.  In the last year IIMPACT’s coverage reached additional districts in the 11 States it works in. IIMPACT does not lose focus on quality while expanding projects.

The IIMPACT model ensures that there is flexilbility and adaptability of pace of teaching, teaching methodology, school time table etc that suits every out of school girl and no such girl is left out of the programme in the project area/village.



The unmet needs across the country continue to be huge. Through a careful process of mapping new areas, identifying new grassroots partners, and raising required funds, we were able to reach out to more girls, expanding our presence within our existing States and Districts.

We are gratified to note a significant decrease in the number of out -of – school girls in the areas where we have been operating in the past.


Number Of Girls taught

IIMPACT has succeeded in reaching areas with a high concentration of out-of-school girls, consistently providing them with a meaningful alternative for learning. As of March 2017, there were60,000 girls enrolled at IIMPACT learning centres.



Number of IIMPACT Learning Centres

The high demand for learning centres in the villages is, as always, due to the high quality of teaching at the LCs, and, in no small measure, because of the continuing support of the community.