Achievements

Round Table India commenced its efforts in helping the community in various ways, with small projects directed towards service. The concept of National Project for Round Table India was introduced in 1992. Over the years, we have grown from community service to community development on a wider scale.

• 1811 schools with 5108 Classrooms, built at a cost of Rs.152.54 Crores; 5.62 Million children directly impacted.
• Gujarat Earthquake Aftermath – First Organization to rebuild 20 Schools in Kutch & Surendranagar (Bhuj) within 4 months. Azim Premji Foundation contributes Rs.80 Lacs on a total outlay of Rs.2.4 Crores.
• Operation Tsunami – RTI was the only NGO entrusted by TN Government to work in Tsunami affected areas for rebuilding of schools. 126 Schools built at a cost of 25 Crores and commemorated in presence of His Excellency Governor Surjith Singh Barnala.
• “Operation Sadhbhavana” for Orissa Cyclone Relief in 1999 – 2000 – Construction of 4 schools at a cost of Rs.2 Million directly by the Tables in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack. Subsequently another 6 Schools built.
• Government Tie Ups – Credibility of FTE saw the Governments of AP, Karnataka, and TN commit to Round Table India, financial support up to 80% for any school development project taken-up.
• 75 schools built in Andhra Pradesh under Project Janmabhoomi.
• Projects worth Rs.25 Crores Million completed under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in Tamil Nadu.
• 150 schools under Project Pathshala with Govt of Karnataka.
• Ahmedabad Munic Corp Tie Up – RTI entrusted with monitoring the building and repair of over 100 Schools. The first batch of 14 schools was recently inaugurated under aegis of CM Narendra Modi.
• Recently 55 Classrooms & 22 Toilet Blocks inaugurated in Chennai by President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.
• 100 schools built at a cost of Rs.60 Million in matching partnership with Round Table Netherlands and doubling by International Aid Agencies like CORDAID & NOVIB.
• 22 schools built in partnership with MV Foundation in Nalagonda and Ranga Reddy backward districts.
• Dutch World Tour for Children – Group of 45 Dutch Nationals traveled across the country. 18 Schools were built with Euro 90,000 contribution leading to total spending of Euro 300,000.
• New Business School, Amsterdam contributed Euros 150K to build 15 Schools in Mah., Chattisgarh & Gujarat.
• ‘Freedom Through Education’ has twice been awarded the prestigious ‘Best National Project’ of World Council of Service Clubs (WOCO) – an umbrella organization of Community Service Associations across 80 Countries.