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SPYM - 2012 - 2015

The SPYM-Sahyog project was started in December 2010 to provide drug treatment and rehabilitation for children (10-18 years) with problems of substance abuse. These children are in conflict with law and are referred to SPYM by the Delhi Juvenile Justice Board (JJB). The non formal education program incorporating literacy and library activities was started in October 2011. The purpose of starting the literacy cum library project “Padai Ka Maza” (PKM) meaning “Learning is Fun” is to impart functional literacy skills to non-literate adolescents; sustain and improve the literacy skills of neo-literates through reading materials in the library; and to build life skills of learners through participatory activities around books. The adolescents are motivated and counseled to learn to treat this 90 day confinement as an opportunity to give themselves a second chance in life - building anchors of literacy and vocational skills. 

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