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my experience as Volunteer January 27th 2018

We went in without knowing what to expect as students from the organisation but in the end as we left we definetly felt we had an enriching experience. It was most definitely a humbling experience walking through the slums that were situated near the organisation and interacting with the children and adults alike.
the children that don't attend the school named Patel's school were gathered around us and we taught them songs and games. Upon asking them why they didn't go to school most of them told us they weren't interested and so we then spent the day teaching them what they would learn at school like rhymes and the parents also looked over us so they too would learn how useful it is to send a child to school and thus persuade the children to attend school. Overall it was a thrilling and educational experience and we thank the organisation for sending us for this visit.
Divya Denny 
 January 27th 2018



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