DKSH supports underprivileged children in India March 16, 2020


			
				DKSH supports underprivileged children in India

DKSH India collaborated with The Society for Door Step Schools in Pune, India, to help them reach out to underprivileged children with teaching tools and support their academic progress.

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DKSH supports underprivileged children in India

DKSH India collaborated with The Society for Door Step Schools in Pune, India, to help them reach out to underprivileged children with teaching tools and support their academic progress.

Mumbai, India, March 16, 2020 – DKSH India’s Human Resources team organized a day visit to The Society for Door Step Schools (DSS) in Pune, Maharashtra. The trip should help understand the organization’s signature program “The School on Wheels”. With this program, the DSS team reaches out with study material and teaching aids to children in locations where there is a lack of proper learning environments.

 

DKSH India's team also visited the municipal primary school. The children received a variety of reading materials by the Door Step School's "Book Fairies" with the aim of enhancing their reading skills. Besides providing books, they conducted vocabulary games, narrated stories and sang in groups.

 

DSS surveys out-of-school children from various remote and underprivileged areas and helps pre-school children with reading and writing skills along with enrolling them into schools. They also provide children with free transportation to school to ensure that they can go to school regularly and do not drop out. These initiatives provide a supplementary educational support for the children who would otherwise be deprived of educational opportunities.

 

The collaboration with DSS is in line with DKSH’s sustainability efforts. DKSH is deeply rooted in the communities it serves and strives to create positive impacts beyond business activities. Through different sustainability projects, the company creates opportunities for development and improvement across society.

 

Mrs. Rajani Paranjpe, Founder of The Society for Door Step Schools, stated: “Education is a fundamental right of every child. In our endeavor to facilitate education for children from marginalized communities, we are happy to have DKSH’s support. Their help is going to support more than 1,000 children from the municipal school to achieve their expected learning levels.”

 

Atul Nagarkar, Managing Director, DKSH India, commented: “We are happy to donate towards this good cause. We hope our contribution will help The Society for Door Step Schools to develop innovative teaching tools and materials. The goal is to help children achieve their expected learning levels and be adequately prepared with the basic education before they enter primary school.”

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