SGFI under its ongoing education programme is running 6 special schools under National Child Labour project funded by Govt. of India covering 400 children from the stitchers community.
SGFI is running 20 MUSKAAN (smile) centres which are basically supplementary education centres helping the rural children with little backup family support in education to cope up with their day to day studies and also helps in building personality by using some interactive and innovative teaching tools.
During the project period, the emphasis was on regular monitoring and evaluation of the programme so that its quality can be enhanced and children can benefit from it. Also a lot of efforts are being undertaken for personality development by organizing various co-curricular activities like cultural programmes, sports activities etc. Teachers of these centres are regularly trained by experts identified by SGFI. Regular health checkups of children are also carried out at these centres.
SGFI is running a free computer training centre in collaboration with Punjab Rural information Technology Management Agency (PRITMA) at village Tajpur, Jalandhar. This centre would be covering approx 300 children.