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Our Jammu & Kashmir pilot unfolds in Fatehgarh, Dangiwasha, Sheeri, and Watergram, where the tapestry of student culture and backgrounds paints a vivid picture of resilience and diversity. From the corridors of government schools, over 45 bright minds emerged from the pilot, their roots deeply embedded in the rural landscapes that shape their daily lives. In these dynamic communities, where agriculture is not just a livelihood but a cherished way of life, our mission takes on new dimensions. Against the backdrop of conflict, we confront the shadows of gender inequality and discrimination, seeking to dismantle barriers that manifest in escalating dropout rates among young women. Witness the impact of our intervention as we empower these girls and marginalized students not only to shatter stereotypes in STEM and computing but also to channel their creativity towards innovative solutions for the pressing challenges that echo through their communities.

Pilot Scope:

Geography: Kashmir

No of Schools: 2

No of Students: 46

No of Teachers: 2

Age Group: 16 to 18 years old

Grade: 9th to 11th

Pilot Outcomes and Learnings:

A: The program effectively encouraged male students to appreciate failures and learn from their mistakes, with a decrease from 100% feeling bad at baseline to 66% at the endline. However, female students exhibited an increase, from 36% at baseline to 66% at endline.

B: The program has succeeded in fostering a positive attitude toward making mistakes among male students.

C:  All male and female students maintained their perception of the importance of problem-solving with technology (100%).

D:  The program effectively conveyed the significance of technology-based problem-solving among students in the region.

E: The program made technology more accessible for both male and female students, with a significant increase in regular use.

F: The program effectively enhanced technology accessibility, providing students with opportunities for more frequent and regular use.

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