India marks January 26 as its Republic Day every year. In 2022, the country is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day. While India gained independence from the British Raj in 1947, it wasn’t until January 26, 1950, that the Indian Constitution came into effect, and India became a sovereign state, declaring it a republic. On this […]
We are very excited to inform you that we have started to build the expansion of our upper floor. Due to the increased need for education and schooling in the surrounding area of Piali, the number of pupils has increased significantly, therefore the additional space is the need of the hour. We own immense gratitude to CED-Stiftung […]
We very much enjoyed the workshop “Images of Men”, where we were exploring gender roles in our culture through different creative activities. A sincere thanks to ThinkArts for their efforts to bring such a wonderful workshop to our girls in Piali.
A very special day in India is celebrated on September 5, when it is Teachers ’Day. On this day, the students make an effort to prepare a really special celebration for their teachers, from cultural points to small gifts and a delicious lunch.
Together with a group of our budding teenagers, we went to the sea. Most of them saw the sea for the first time. Together, we spent a wonderful time filling our bodies, hearts, and souls with freshness, positivity, and strength for the challenges ahead.
We decided to take under our wing during the second quarantine period some of our girls who live at home in very bad conditions, which was worsened by the re-quarantine situation. We also want to help our oldest ones, who are waiting for the Madhyamik exams next year, in order to stay as active as […]
In time of great challenges we can recognize who we are and who are our friends. Together with our dear friend Nilotpal Barman and his team we are providing medicines, oximeters and food to those who need us to be their true friends in this difficult times. We also continue to provide dry food ration […]
We are grateful to the students of Future Campus school and their parents, who organized a pleasant and very fun Sunday picnic for our children. It was so encouraging to see how the children quickly caught up, played and had fun, without hesitation or thinking about their caste/ socio-economic status.