India

Teaching

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One of the most popular ways to help is to teach at an inspiring school in the slums of Delhi, which students attend in the half-day that they are not at the government school. The school started with 40 children. Today it reaches out to over 1,000 children and runs one early education class, primary support programs in four locations, secondary support in 3 locations, a day care and life skills program for 20 children with disabilities as well as three computer centers. Its main mission is to ensure that no child drops out of school, that children out of school are mainstreamed into an age appropriate class and that children perform well in school.

Since they began, no child has dropped out of school and many out of school children have been mainstreamed. A large amount of our children have topped their respective schools and are now pursuing further studies and many have now secured sound jobs, thus breaking the cycle of poverty in which they were born. And all this was made possible by an incredible team, all belonging to deprived backgrounds and considered unemployable. They have created 50 jobs. Today some of our alumni are teachers with them!

Success stories
Deemple had dropped out of school after failing her class VII three times. Her parents were ready to get her married, as in her community, girls get married at an early age. The school principal came to know about her and pleaded with her parents to allow her to continue in school. They agreed, and in the afternoons she came to study. She passed her class VII and topped her school in her class XII. She then went on to do a BA in Commerce and now has a great job in a multinational company.

Sanjev’s father is a vegetable vendor. He completed his education with our help and went on to University. As he is very interested in IT and computers, he has opened his own computer school in the slum in which he lives.

The vision
The work they do should carry on and even if it is a drop in the ocean, they must strive to give at least 1,000 children a decent chance in life. 

Accommodation in Delhi

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The 50-room Dusit Devarana is a contemporary interpretation of Indian and Thai sensibilities, with a 330-foot-long pool as the centerpiece. Located on the outskirts of New Delhi, just 10 minutes from the airport, the city center and historic sights such as the Qtub Minar, an ancient Islamic tower, are a 30-minute car ride away. The […]

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Set 1 mile (1.6 km) from Humayun’s Tomb, this superb hotel is also 1.5 miles (2.3 km) from India Gate and 6 miles (9 km) from the Red Fort. The modern rooms have flat-screen TVs, DVD players, minibars and paid Wi-Fi. Suites add living/dining rooms and/or kitchenettes. Amenities include three excellent restaurants featuring Indian and […]

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Delhi

14 million people live here and the city is a sprawling behemoth. Many people start off here on their exploration of North India, and there are naturally sights worth sticking around for. You’ll see elephants pulling logs alongside the designer stores, and marvel at ancient buildings such as the Qutb Minar Tower and the Rashtrapati Bhavan palace.