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PROJECTWHY IN COVID TIMES
From April to June 2020 all centres were shut but our team distributed hot lunches to 1000 persons and dry rations to families in distress.
From the end of June we opened the centres and the teachers started taking online classes. At first it was very difficult to get all the children to attend as there were mobile issues and timing problems. But soon a pattern was in place and at present online classes are running smoothly.
Over the years, Project WHY has opened 7 after school support centres within underprivileged communities reaching out to 1100 children every year.
We are happy to announce our second Piano Recital by Ranjan the benefits of which will go to Project Why. This time Ranjan will take us on a nostalgic tour of the fifties and sixties. Harry Belafonte, Elvis Presley and many others. the concert will stream live of...read more
In lock down times project Why does not stop work. Our team of dedicated teachers take online classes for all their students. Our goal is to ensure that no child drops out of school in Covid times. we hope we can meet our goalread more
Once again it is the time of the year when I sit and look back at the months gone by and share with you plans for the future. Last year when I penned my dreams for 2020 nothing could have prepared me for what we would encounter. I thought the Project Why ship would...read more
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