A school for children of migrant workers

The makeshift school has three teachers and 22 students. Photo: Falguni Agrawal
The makeshift school has three teachers and 22 students. Photo: Falguni Agrawal

A real estate developer has partnered with an NGO Mumbai Mobile Creches to provide basic education to the children of migrant labourers working at the company’s construction site in Mumbai.

They have set up a makeshift school on the premises.

The school functions from 9 am to 4 pm on weekdays, bringing the children, who might otherwise while away time in mischief or unconstructive activities, under one roof to educate, while their parents, most hailing from Bangladesh, do their job.

For more details, read: mid-day.com 

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