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Children Raise RED cards on World Population Day


Campaign on World Population led by  SCEAD Volunteers  with SCHOOL KIDS 

Date: 11 July 2012 
 Venue: BIA STREET and near by SLUM 


Volunteers from all over the state of Karnataka and the whole of India put their combined efforts to make this event a huge success. Foreign individuals from countries of Europe and Asia who have been volunteering with SCEAD Foundation will also take part in the project by sharing some valuable insight on the occurrence or non-existence of overpopulation in their respective home countries. We hope that the comparative study that was made will provide every participant the opportunity to further enhance their knowledge on the subject.





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