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Gryphon School visits Asha

Gryphon School visits Asha

We were happy to have a team of over 20 Grade 11 students and 4 teachers from Gryphon School, Sherborne, Dorset with us on March 26, 2016. Though visiting us for the first time, the school has been supporting Asha for the past many years.

The team spent the day with the Asha team and community at Kanak Durga slum colony. They interacted with the community members and also went around the slum to understand the life of slum dwellers. They brought in numerous books for our children, that can help us set up libraries at our slum based resource centres.

Here are a few glimpses from their visit…

The Gryphon School team at Asha Society's headquarters

The Gryphon School team at Asha Society’s headquarters

Before visiting the slum, the Asha team orienting the students about the work done at Delhi slums

Before visiting the slum, the Asha team orienting the students about the work done at Delhi slums

Team Gryphon School visiting the slum community

Team Gryphon School visiting the slum community

The students interacting with Asha's school and college children

The students interacting with Asha’s school and college children

Long time Asha supporter and trustee of Gryphon School, Nigel Rees (center) and teacher Anna-Louise Griffiths (right) presenting books for Asha children

Long time Asha supporter and trustee of Gryphon School, Nigel Rees (center) and teacher Anna-Louise Griffiths (right) presenting books for Asha children

Team Gryphon School and the Asha students at Kanak Durga slum colony

Team Gryphon School and the Asha students at Kanak Durga slum colony

Thank you so much, team Gryphon School for visiting us!

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