The children of Project Why wish you a happy and peaceful New Year.
For the past six months now Project Why has been teaching online! Our stellar teachers did not take long to adapt to the new normal and came up with innovative ways to make sure that the children study in the best way possible. With the help of smart phones, whatsApp groups, worksheets and home teaching the team ensured that the children keep busy and do not lose interest in studying. In some cases, when the child can only get access to a phone late in the evening where parents come home, the teachers have taken classes way beyond working hours. Over 500 children are being reached mostly secondary students. Hats off to this incredible team.
as they celebrate 5-years, through a series of Masterclasses to raise funds for special social initiatives.
is happy to be one of the social causes to be supported by the event. Please Join us on August 20 at 5 pm to support
Our vocational center has been making in-house masks for children, staff and general public for protection against COVID 19.
These face masks are non-surgical, layered, assorted colours and printed fabric masks. They are designed creatively so that it fits the nose and chin perfectly. A soft elastic loop is used in the mask to make it comfortable to wear. It is reusable and easily washable. Each mask is INR 20.
Project WHY congratulates all its class 12 students who have cleared their examination. Special felicitation goes to Babli and Utpal Mandal. We wish our students all the success in their future endeavours. #WednesdayThoughts
Thank you Enfances indiennes, The Chopra Foundation, Asha for Education, Om Prakash Foundation, SavitriWaneyTrust, Project WHY UK, Sabrina, Maccaferri, AZURE
This is to inform all our supporters, volunteers and friends that Project WHYis closed as per the directive of the Government of India (to curb spread of COVID 19) and to keep ALL our children safe.
Our social media pages will be active during this time. We will be spreading messages of support and kindness. We would love to hear from you all amid the coronavirus pandemic, as it is essential to keep strong ties among people – virtually if needed – and doing whatever we can for our collective well-being and happiness.