• Aseema's Education Centre for Tribal Children

    Aseema’s Education Centre has been constructed on a 14 acre plot and is currently accessed by 140 children from the community. Phase I comprising of the Pre-Primary Section was inaugurated in 2011.
    We welcome donations to complete Phase II- The Primary and Secondary Sections of Aseema’s Education Centre for Tribal Children.Read more about this project.

  • Learning made fun

    At Aseema, exploration and fun are a part of all learning. Children learn by working with carefully designed material, through role plays, games, stories and activities. Questioning and thinking are inherent parts of the learning process and the children look forward to their time in school. Read more about our approach to education.

  • Aseema is 17 years old!

    It’s been over 17 years since Aseema began its first class with only 18 children. Over the years, the scope of our work has grown tremendously. We now reach out to over 4000 children through projects in urban slums and rural communities. Read more about our work.

  • Aseema is in the news

    Aseema’s work has been featured in various newspapers and magazines over the years. Read what the press has to say about us click here.

  • Sponsor a child at Aseema

    You can support Aseema’s work by sponsoring the education of a child at Aseema. To read more, click here

  • See our latest products

    Aseema’s products are inspired by our children’s art and help us sponsor educational activities for children. To see our products and paintings, click here.

  • Raju & I wins National Award

    Aseema’s animated film on child rights has won several national and international awards. To read more about this film, click here

  • Annual Day 2015

    The children of Aseema's Education Centre for Tribal Children in Igatpuri made us proud by putting up a grand annual day performance in February 2015 ! Folk dances, skits and rhymes were prepared for with much excitement. The highlight of the event was a French rhyme recited by our youngest ones! Read more about this project.