Anuradha on the Plight of India’s Impoverished Children

Ms. Anuradha Bhosale graduated from the Tata School of Social Sciences and decided to educate children living in the slums of Kolhapur, 200 miles south of Bombay (Mumbai). She found that the children could not come to a school because they had to work during the day to supplement the parent's income.

Note: THIS is what Ms. Bhosale and the AVANI organization stands for: Children have an inalienable right to nourishment and education and to not be prematurely thrust into a premature and exploitive labor market. LB

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