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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Pratham wins 2012 wise prize-probaly lowest cost highest quality primary literacy educator

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-20272305

Position:
CEO and President
Country:
India
Dr. Madhav Chavan is Co-Founder and CE-President of Pratham, an organization that reaches three million primary school age children in India every year.
He acquired a Ph.D. in Chemistry at Ohio State University in the US in 1983 and returned to India in 1986 after his post-doctoral work at the University of Houston. In 1989, while teaching at the University of Mumbai, he started mass-scale work for adult literacy in the slums of Mumbai as a part of the National Literacy Mission. In 1994, as a result of a UNICEF initiative, Pratham was set up to address problems of universal primary education in Mumbai. Since then, Dr. Chavan has led the development of the organization and its programs. Pratham has introduced several mass-scale innovations such as the Annual Status of Education Report in the area of assessment and the Read India movement which delivers education to the underprivileged

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