Aarohan Early Child Care Development (ECCD) offers a critical opportunity to shape children in their early years. The project caters to children of the age group of 2.5 years to 5 from marginalized community in New Delhi, India. At home, the children witness abusive language and live in an unsafe environment.
As such, the Aarohan Early Child Care Development programme offers holistic development that builds a strong foundation which leads to children's positive growth and lifetime learning. Aarohan has taken the challenge to develop the Early Child Care and Development (ECCD) center to provide a safe and conducive environment for children.
If you are keen to find out more about the project, come join us and hear from our resource speakers from New Delhi, India - Ms Rani Patel and Mr Abdul Azeem.
Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2022
Topic: "ECCD program with marginalized children" via ZOOM
Time: 8 to 9 pm (Singapore Time)
Slots are limited on a first-come-first-served basis. We will notify you via a confirmation email if your registration is approved.
Manager at Aarohan
Abdul Azeem has been working with Aarohan since 2018 as a Program Manager and holds a Master’s Degree in social work. He is a young and dynamic person and he played an important role in developing the Early Childcare Centre to support the deprived children affected by the pandemic.
Ms Rani is currently the Founder and President at Aarohan. She is a prolific social worker and under her leadership and commitment, she has been able to transform the lives of children, women, and other members of the community through education programs and has drawn many milestones/awards.
Rani believes that “what we experience in the first 25 years, we use those experiences to address the challenges and issues throughout our life”.
CoP - Wed, 30 November 2022 @8pm - “ECCD program with marginalized children”
Standard Price Complimentary
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