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Education for children and adults  
Education of children
Nursery schools
In the village, they have madrassas and precious few public primary schools. Hard-bitten learning by rote is the custom as well as caning and fear.
In the contrary, at theASSB's nursery schools at Naogaon and Dinajpur, comprehensive learning is emphazised. It is self-evident that the children must not be beaten. Creativity and bengali culture are part of the course of instruction.
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Children starting to learn the alphabet, in Bangla as well as in English.
At the same time, the children learn to respect each other and to interact decently. They learn about tending plants, a balanced diet, and the use of toilets and pump wellsPumpbrunnen. Young German and Austrian volunteers get involved. They practise English with children and teachers, prepare new resources and assist in improving teaching structures.

By means of discussions, ASSB convinces the parents to send girls to school as well and to allow them to become literate.
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At first, slum children were very quiet. The reason: hunger
Mainly those children living in slum areas were very quiet when they started school. The reason: hunger. Now, children receive a meal once in a day. They get fruit, eggs and Kedjari, which is rice with vegetable and spices.
Children who greet the guests cheerfully and beam with joy when they show their accomplishments at school and in arts.

Further school education of the children is encouraging the ASSB's concept. After changing to secondary schools of the Government, the former ASSB pupils stand out with exemplary achievements and are estimated for their excellent social behaviour.
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Adult Education
Before the ASSB started projects, the rate of illiteracy of women living in slums or isolated villages was between 70 und 80%.

When women are taught reading, writing and calculatin they gain a lot of self confidence. They establish a basis for a better income and more independence from male predominance.
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Continuous Training of Staff Members
The delicate issue of rights and obligations of men and women is a concern of Meherun Nessa Chhobi which she usually still attends by herself.

Co-workers listen carefully and the dicussions enable them to handle sensitive matters tactfully and in an expert way and to evaluate situations where drastic measures might be required.
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