Magic Bus' work in this community is made possible with the support of our donors, Erica and Carl Freer.
Thank you, Erica and Carl!
Block B, Sawda (in the North-West Block, North-West Delhi District) is a small resettlement community. This 11-year old community is inhabited by migrants from other states of the country.
The employment opportunities in Sawda are limited and most men are involved in manual, daily wage labour. The women in this community support their families by working as domestic maids in nearby houses. Many children also work as rag pickers.
A few of the areas of behaviour change addressed by Magic Bus volunteers and mentors include:
The sessions at Block B of Sawda last for two hours and are divided into three parts: