Life skills training of 300 girls in Mumbai slums

 
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Nov 21, 2011

Girls Celebrate Childrens Day

If we can walk, we can dance too
If we can walk, we can dance too

Girls celebrate Children’s Day

November 14 is the birthday of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and celebrated as Children’s Day in India. It was celebrated a day in advance on Sunday, November 13 when a group dance competition for youth groups was organized for ten communities.

In total approx. 275 attended the event .Four were exclusively girls’ groups from the project and 65 girls from this project participated in the group dance competition. They enjoyed a bus ride from their communities to the venue of competition and interacted with the others who had assembled for the competition. 55  more girls participated in the mixed group.

All the participants received participation certificate and one of them, a group from the largely Muslim Gilbert Hill neighbourhood won the second prize.

They danced to the music of folk songs or patriotic songs. 

Dancing is so much fun
Dancing is so much fun
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Sonal Shukla

Mumbai, Maharashtra India

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