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HWF gifts school kits to children of Kanchan Kunj

New Delhi : Human Welfare Foundation offered 120 school kits on 4 August to selected children of J.J. Colony at Kanchan Kunj, Madanpur Khadar.

Dr Manoj Pateria, director of National Council for Science Technology, was the chief guest of the programme . He said that promotion of education in the society should be our priorty. Through this noble effort, HWF is trying its best for needy children.
The programme was presided by Rafeeq Ahmed, general secretary of HWF.

The school kits were distributed with the joint efforts of an NGO, Mitr Ek Sanjha Prayas which had surveyed the Kanchan Kunj area and identified the deserving children. Each school kit consisted of a bag in which included a included notebook, geometry box, exam pad, colour box, drawing pencils etc as well as a moral story book.

The effort is to minimize the dropout rate of children in poor localities. HWF has been providing school kits in northern states of India for some years. This year, it has given away 6500 school kits to poor children all over India.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 August 2013 on page no. 13

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