168 children from four resettlement communities we work with in Delhi, enjoyed a visit to the National Museum this summer, where they engaged in various arts and crafts activities.
Aimed at opening children's eyes to their rich cultural heritage, and motivating them to conserve some of the dying arts & crafts in India, the day's activities also developed logical thinking, problem solving & brain storming skills, as well as their creativity.
Activities also focused on developing self-confidence and a positive attitude. The experience also helped to build trust and rapport between our staff, mentors, children and the community.
Thank you to the National Museum for hosting our children and giving them such a wonderful day's experience. http://