Because it makes
What We Do
OUR NEW NORMAL
After two long years schools have reopened and Project Why is once again brimming with activity. The children are back and it is a joy to hear their laughter again.
Classes have resumed in small groups and with all Covid precaution.
The children have suffered a big setback but we are determined to ensure that they make up their losses and reintegrate their classes without difficulty.
Over the years, Project WHY has opened 7 after school support centres within underprivileged communities reaching out to 1100 children every year.
Way to go!
The class X and XII results were declared this week. ALL our students from all our centres have passed with respectable marks. We are so proud of them. We wish class XII all the best in their future endeavours.
Budding poets of Project Why
Dipika Mukherjee, a well known writer from Chicago was in India recently. She was kind enough to find the time and run a small poetry workshop for the children of our Giri Nagar centre. The children were a little perplexed at first but Dipika soon broke the ice by...
A year gone by
2022 turned out to be a rewarding year after many months spent wondering how we would carry on. The pandemic had been a huge blow though we managed to stay the course even on choppy seas. Thanks to all our well-wishers, friends and supporters who never stopped...
The Boarding School
Sanjay Padiyar: From camps to fashion Ramps
ANITA: The Power to say ‘No’
Geeta – A Girl Uninterrupted
Gyanti Devi – A stitch in time
Shehnaz: In pursuit of education
Munna: Passion for Life
Sehroonisha – Breaking Barriers
Priya – Hungry for Education
Meher – With a little Help from Our Friends
Naresh Sir, with Love
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