After arriving in New Delhi, late Friday night, after a week of tremendous teaching at SNEHA, Saturday morning began with a pleasant and much needed lie in before a full and fun–filled day. Being our last day in India, we were eager to fit in as much as possible. First on the agenda was a visit to Anurag charity and school, situated in a marginalised district of India’s capital. Here, we had the pleasure of meeting the charity director, Prem Gideon, and learning of the incredible work she so passionately manages. Following a short yet touching introduction with Prem, we moved on to meet an incredibly skilled group of girls, in their young women’s programme. Despite these young women’s disadvantaged backgrounds, their sewing, stitching and seamstress skills were second to none as they proudly displayed their work.
on Tuesday 28 June 2016