Monday, December 25, 2017
Samagra celebrated Christmas with great enthusiasm Xmas tree was decorated. Mrs Vinita Agarwal brought Christmas cake, children performed on dance numbers & song Christmas carol. Ankita as Santa distributed candies and chocolates. Mr Arun Jain gifted pairs of socks to all the hildren. Children had great party & fun.
Sunday, December 24, 2017
Children from Samagra participated in the second Doon Literature Festival held in December. Some children took part in creative writing while others in Aipan, an art form, work shop. The children interacted with some renowned literary personalities also. Manisha Bhardwaj received the third prize in creative writing. Apart from these Samagra children also prepared some decorations for the venue and their efforts were greatly appreciated. It was a great learning experience for all.
Monday, December 4, 2017
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Friday, November 3, 2017
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Beautiful Diwali celebration in Samagra! Samagra family organized many competitions like music chair, number gameand memory retention game. Children made Diwali decoration like bandanwar, rangli and decoration diyas. My father-in-law lit the first diya, each of us lit a diya afterwards.
Samagra distributed sweets to the children and staff members, Ms. Vandana, my friend and a volunteer gifted sweets packages to the each staff members. My friend Dr. Nisha Gera was a special guest who has a kind heart for underprivileged section. Ever body enjoyed the evening.
Sunday, October 8, 2017
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
On 3rd October Samagra concluded a two and half months cutting & tailoring program in Singhniwala village. It is a remote village, one kilometer far from the main road.
25 girls & women learnt the drafting, cutting and sewing of the ladies and children garments. The trainees displayed their work and organized a cultural program. Around 10 girls were illiterate, so they were taught to read the numbers and measuring table. Mrs. Beena Pokhriyal was the tailoring teacher, she did good job.
Samagra donated one sewing machine to the center and distributed sweets.
Mrs. Suchitra Agarwal motivated them to be self dependent and explained about the govt. schemes for women empowerment.