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Wallace High School volunteers at Asha

Wallace High School volunteers at Asha

It was a matter of great joy for us to have had a team of fifteen members from Wallace High School, Northern Ireland volunteering with us at Asha’s Mayapuri centre for over a week, starting from 27th October.

One of the Wallace students teaching Asha children.

One of the Wallace students teaching Asha children.

During their stay, they have won over the children by teaching them English, making beautiful art and crafts, singing songs and poetry etc. The team also visited the Mayapuri community and were thoroughly impressed by how empowered the community has been.

One of the Wallace teacher's painting colourful murals.

One of the Wallace teacher’s painting colourful murals.

Talking about her experience of coming back to Asha, Wallace team lead Ms Victoria Thampi shared, “Everything has been great but I always value the warmth and welcome which makes me feel like a part of Asha. Hope is alive in Asha”.

A big thank you to the Wallace team for taking out time for Mayapuri slum community. It means a lot to us! See you again!

The Wallace team at the library in Mayapuri centre.

The Wallace team at the library in Mayapuri centre.

The team during the community visit.

The team during the community visit.

Wallace High School students painted some beautiful murals.

Wallace High School students painted some beautiful murals.

The Wallace team with the Children's Association.

The Wallace team with the Children’s Association.

The team with the Women's Association.

The team with the Women’s Association.

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