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June 2011 onwards

The campaign was  held on Saturday in a poor neighborhood in Frazer town, Bangalore. The purpose of our campaign was to talk to the parents of underprivileged children and convince them of sending their children to school.






The campaign turned out to be very successful and about 35 children
were signed up for elementary education as a result. Whether the
children will all remain in school for the long run remains to be
seen, but that is also something SCEAD intents to monitor.

On the whole, our impression of SCEAD was that it was a very dedicated
group of people that were doing very good and ambitious work for
underprivileged children in Bangalore.

Report by

Tinna Palmadottir and Thorsteinn Kristinsson

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