PEOPLE'S RURAL EDUCATION MOVEMENT

People's Rural
Education Movement (PREM)

People’s Rural Education Movement (PREM) is a secular, humanitarian, non-political and non-governmental organization working for the development of Adivasi (indigenous), Dalit, Fisher folk and other marginalized communities of Odisha and neighbouring states of India.

PREM is registered as a Voluntary Society under the Societies Registration Act of India. PREM is an accredited member of the Credibility Alliance of NGOs in India.

The primary objectives of PREM’s development programmes are to spread education, improve healthcare, implement livelihood initiatives, build capacity for good governance, and promote and protect the rights of children among marginalized communities. PREM places an emphasis on innovation for meeting the needs to empower and transform the people.

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  • Five Community Resources Center Inauguration in Gumma Block for Adolescent Tribal Girls. Run by PREM supported by UNFPA.
    Five Community Resources Center Inauguration in Gumma Block for Adolescent Tribal Girls. Run by PREM supported by UNFPA.
  • Interaction of Minister with the Resource Team at National Resource & Training Centre, in the PREM Premises
    Interaction of Minister with the Resource Team at National Resource & Training Centre, in the PREM Premises
  • Inauguration of National Resource & Training Centre by Shri Jual Oram,  Tribal Affairs Minister, Govt. of India
    Inauguration of National Resource & Training Centre by Shri Jual Oram, Tribal Affairs Minister, Govt. of India
Five Community Resources Center Inauguration in Gumma Block for Adolescent Tribal Girls. Run by PREM supported by UNFPA.
Five Community Resources Center Inauguration in Gumma Block for Adolescent Tribal Girls. Run by PREM supported by UNFPA.

Mother tongue to Multi Lingual Education

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Avenues of  Adivasi Girls' Empowerment

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English Medium quality Education to Tribal Children

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