Annual Report of NGO, working to improve the quality of education in schools in India and make a difference. Details about the different projects, the vision, impact, outreach can be read in this report. We are looking for more people who believe in our vision to join our team.
“Educationists should build the capacities of the spirit of
inquiry, creativity, entrepreneurial and moral leadership among
students and become their role model.”
-APJ Abdul Kalam
HAPPY HORIZONS TRUST
Registered under the India Trust Act, 1882
Regn No. : BK IV BNG-BMH 739 2012-2013
#305 Vasavi Pearl Apts, Celebrity Classic Layout,
Doddathoguru Village, Electronic City,
C121, Sector 2, Noida, 201301, UP.
C1/74, Mangal Apartments, Vasundhara Enclave,
Phone (Landline): 011 4280 1465
Sharma Chowk, Simri Bakhtiarpur,
Saharsa 852127, Bihar
Kshitiz Anand, Managing Trustee
Mobile : +91 95352 06828
Ruchi Anand, Project Manager
Mobile: +91 95558 41853
“We have to go from what is essentially an industrial model of
education, a manufacturing model, which is based on
linearity and conformity and batching people.
We have to move to a model that is based more on principles of
agriculture. We have to recognize that human flourishing is not
a mechanical process; it’s an organic process. And you cannot
predict the outcome of human development. All you can do,
like a farmer, is create the conditions under which they will
begin to flourish.”
- Ken Robinson
THE STORY SO FAR...
1. The story so far…
2. A Dream that is growing
3. About HHT and its Activities
5. Empowering the leaders of tomorrow
6. Champions Training
8. Our Approach to Improving quality of education
9. Projects outreach by numbers
10. Project Jagriti
11. Log of sessions by Champions
12. Rukmini Devi Scholarships
13. Digital Literacy & Internet Awareness Program
13. Career Awareness Seminar
14. Learning Through Videos
15. Project Jigyasa (Storytelling & Book Designing)
16. Inauguration of Computer Center
17. Building a team of Volunteers in Bangalore
18. Identifying nodal school in Bengal
19. Asthma Camp - Educating on Healthcare
20. Call for Volunteers
21. Partner with us, Donate to us
22. Financial Audits FY 2014-2015
23. Where do we go from here
WHO IS TO BLAME? HAVE WE FAILED AS A SYSTEM?
76% OF STUDENTS DO NOT MAKE IT
TO A HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM
52% OF STANDARD 5 STUDENTS
CANNOT READ A STANDARD 2 TEXT
9 LAKH TEACHER VACANCIES EXIST
ACROSS PRIMARY AND UPPER-PRIMARY
55% OF SCHOOLS HAVE A USEABLE
A DREAM THAT IS GROWING
Kshitiz Anand, Managing Trustee
Education for development is our motto. Education does not
have any boundary. Getting quality education is a basic right
for every individual but what is delivered in many schools across
the country is not quality.Books provide us knowledge but not
aware of practicalities of our day to day issues. At the Happy
Horizons Trust, we conduct several engaging and entertaining
activities by applying alternative methods which provide knowl-
edge of lifeskills, skills development, employment to young
students. Digital Literacy has also been a area we embarked
The area of our projects, the number of schools, team mem-
bers and volunteers has increased last year. This motivates us to
work more moving into new year. We would be happy to wel-
come more people who believe in us and in joining our hands
for the cause we work on. Thank you all for the support so far.
Hailing from Bihar, we have seen poverty from close quarters.
We firmly believe that a good quality education can lead a fami-
ly out of poverty. This has been our driving force over the years.
At the Trust, we are trying to improve on the quality of edu-
cation, help the students to be mentally strong and trying to
bridge the gap between the students and their parents.
The past year has been amazing for us! We have expanded our
work more in rural areas and also in Bangalore. A larger team
with us now. We have introduced few more interesting Projects
which has received good reviews in the very first few months
of its launch. We are a 3 years old organization now and as we
move into the 4th year, we are gathered with more supporting
hands, enthusiasm and motivation from the people who be-
lieve in the cause that we are working on.
ABOUT HHT & ITS ACTIVITIES
Education in India is in a state that needs our utmost attention.
A harsh reality is that a lot of the kids lack the ability to think
on their own. The youth are also unskilled and do not have the
necessary skills to take up jobs. Only the kids and the educa-
tion are not to be blamed, the parents/guardians too play an
important role for their kids overall development but they do
not end up paying attention to them.
The problem when analyzed can be traced back to the Edu-
cation System. There are certain corrective measures that are
being taken today for the kids and the youth, but we know that
it is not going to be enough.
Happy Horizons Trust is a registered non-profit organization
founded with the vision to improve the quality of education
in schools across India and bridge the gap between students,
teachers and parents. It has been in operations since early
2012, and was formally registered as a Trust on 30 March 2013.
Our work area has primarily been the state of Bihar, we have
started our work in Bangalore recently and we look towards
expanding to other parts of the country in the days to come.
What differentiates us is the approach towards this problem
solving. The domain of education in rural areas offers a lot of
challenges to work in. There is the role of the government,
the individuals being impacted and the beneficiaries that come
from different social strata.
A key aspect of our work is to work on a systemic level inter-
vention through different programs. There are multiple projects
that have come about by spending considerable time in un-
derstanding the social fabric, the rules of the society and what
would work and what would not.
Coming from a background in Design and using the principles
of Design Thinking, community driven solutions, we aim to im-
prove the quality of education, primarily in but not limited to
government schools. This allows to be more empathetic in our
approach to finding the solutions.
Our motto is education for development. This can be applied
in improving the quality of life, social status, mindsets, careers
and opportunities, skills development, leadership, women em-
powerment and health care.
What drives us is a strong belief that education is the key to a
progressive society. We welcome anyone who wishes to join us
in our mission.
A key aspect of the Happy Horizons Trust is to work at a system
level and with the government. Through our work in schools,
we aim to have atleast a project for all the different stakehold-
ers who are involved as a part of the education system.
Here are the projects that are running presently.
“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”
A CORE TEAM THAT INSPIRES
Rakesh, a certified PMP, brings his vast experience in Proj-
ect Management, to conceptualize and evaluate projects
from its financial implications, outreach and impact po-
tential. He is an entrepreneur now, heading a tech startup
called Leading Dots and is based out of Delhi NCR.
Ruchi functions as the designer in house and is theper-
son incharge of designing and creating collaterals for
various projects. She is also the Chief Volunteer Coordi-
nator at the organization. She is passionate about de-
sign and is always keen to organising events to promote
Design and Social Entrepreneurship.
Heartfelt gratitude to the
following for their continued
Manish heads the operations and mentors the HHT
team in Bangalore. He currently working in a leading
Investment Bank and brings his experience with Finance.
He has been actively involved in social causes since his
college days at IIT Madras. He arlier he was Chennai
Chapter Coordinator for a pan India social group started
Vinay, a BBA graduate, works as the Project Manager in
Bihar, and is incharge of local activities, and coordination
with the team in Bihar other government authorities. He
loves to travel and is the go-to person to do research for
our various projects
Ravi Ranjan (Bishnu)
THOSE WHO MAKE THE WORK HAPPEN ON GROUND
PHASE 1: SELECTION
Shorlist candidates from girls
a. Reading ability
a. Writing skills
c. Extempore Public Speaking
d. Group Discussion
f. Parent’s Interview
PHASE 4: ACTIVITIES
a. Book Reading
b. Story Telling
c. General Knowledge
d. Learning by Activities
PHASE 2: COMMITMENT
Selection to the Rukmini Devi
a. Given an scholarship of Rs 5000
b. Provide Mentoring & Guidance
c. Comitment to life long mentoring
PHASE 5: ASSESSMENT
Champions are assessed every 6
monthly over the 3 years, on their
performance and ability to perform
PHASE 3: TRAINING
Training from experts in different
Mentoring from senior champions
Help with communication
Training about Wicked Problems
PHASE 6: GRADUATION
Rewarded Certificate of completion
Connect with schools for
employment as junior teachers
EMPOWERING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW
“I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those
without a voice can be heard...we cannot succeed when half of
us are held back.”
- Malala Yousafzai
CHAMPIONS TRAINING ON TEACHING, LEADERSHIP, TEAMWORK
“Wicked problems are devilishly complex: They involve many
stakeholders, change with every attempt you make to address
them, and have no precedent on which to base your attack.”
- Harvey Schachter
There is no denying that the education system today is
flawed. Even though India has the highest population of
youth, we’re stricken with the problem of unemployment.
Motivation levels of children to go to school (government
schools) is on a low. We keep reading reports after reports
that the quality of education in India today is not the same
as it was before. Children in class V cannot read class II text-
books. Even the quality of teachers is a huge problem.
Our approach to improving the quality of education,
encourages children to have fun while learning. The sessions
cond ucted by the champions are full of energy and
enjoyment. t is deeply rooted in encouraging participatory
learning, learning through collaboration and allowing
children to express themselves.
The participatory learning approach is for primary school stu-
dents and is the biggest project they are currently working on
with different schools. The interventions in the schools are not
to remove the role of the teacher but to assist them
We are working towards improving the quality of educa-
tion, with focus on basic skill sets like speaking, reading,
basic arithmetic, self-confidence, and students making
better informed choice about the avenues for them.
The use of Storytelling to boost child confidence is
a well known pedagogy technique. We use it to explain
different chapters from different subjects and also
Stories are remembered for a longer time.
The program in Book Reading, trough its repeated
sessions, ensures that the children get into a habit of
reading from an early age.
Similarly using the notion of Play increases children moti-
vation towards their education.
The use of Videos in our ‘Learning through Videos’
project made learning fun through screening educational
films across schools. Many saw a film for the first time!
OUR APPROACH TO IMPROVING QUALITY OF EDUCATION
PROJECTS OUTEACH BY NUMBERS
7000+ 13Students Champions
14Govt, APS, Private
PICK ME, CLICK ME, EDUCATE ME! (Project Jagriti)
25000+ 30+Students Schools
6Districts in Bihar
LEARNING THROUGH VIDEOS (Supported by Children’s Film Society India)
CAREER AWARENESS SEMINARS
400Parents & Teachers
The word Jagriti (Hindi) means Awakening. The project earlier
called the Pick Me, Click Me, Educate Me Project, aims to do
just this. It allows the students to understand the different as-
pects of education, resulting in increased motivation amongst
The project uses Activity Based Learning and Alternative Learn-
ing methods to improve the quality of education.
The sessions in the schools are conducted by the Champions,
who are selected under the Rukmini Devi Scholarship. They are
required to spend 2 hrs a week, one school at a time. Mapping
of the champions is done in way that there is atleast one dedi-
cated volunteer/champion for each school.
• To motivate children to attend schools.
• To make learning fun and engaging
• To visit schools across different parts of Bihar & impart ed-
ucation outside the books, related to life skills, creative skills,
basic health and career counselling
• To improve the quality of education by using alternative
learning methods and creative learning.
Enhance the child’s motor skills.
Inculcate a habit of reading and improve the reading ability.
Enhance the child’s speaking and communication skills.
Instill self confidence amongst self and peers.
Improve writing skills and basic arithmetic.
RUKMINI DEVI SCHOLARSHIPS
Started in honor of Late Rukmini Devi, the scholarship is award-
ed to female high school students. The award aims to cre-
ate local changemakers driving positive social change from a
young age. The award comes with a financial incentive spread
over 3 years and different forms of training in leadership, man-
agement, teaching and understanding child psychology.
• Leadership training for high school students at a young age.
• To boost the confidence of the students to engage with
different stakeholders in constructive collaboration towards
the development of the society.
• To enhance the skills level of the candidates to become
capable of seeking employment in teaching, entrepreneurship
on their own.
High schools for the champions to work are select on th ebasis
of the vicinity of other primary schools where the champions
could function. The champions go through a stringent 6 step
selection process, comprising of the following:
Reading ability, Writing skills, Extempore Public Speaking, Group
Discussion, Personal Interview, Parent’s Interview
Once selected the champions are given training and mentor-
ing by the senior champions.
They conduct the sessions under the guidance of the senior
champions, and later go on to conduct it themselves.
“I wanted to be a talented girl who takes decisions for herself. I am from minority where
girls get very less facilities to do things on their own. We were not allowed to go out from
home to anywhere else easily. But, these issues are gone now after joining this organization.
One of the purpose of HHT is to uplift women and help them in confidence building.
We are having our annual day in which its compulsory for all champions to participate in
its cultural programmes. This is a wonderful opportunity for us as most of us did not sing
or dance before this upcoming event anywhere. Apart from this, I enjoy conducting the
sessions of reading, writing, storytelling, art and craft etc for the children of our partner
- Neda Afreen, Champion 2014 batch
“ I joined here in 2014. I love to be with kids and here I am not only getting the opportuni-
ty to spend time with them by conducting few basic learning sessions for them but gaining
my own confidence too. I have also done the Internet Awareness Course here to learn the
basics of computers and Internet. The best part is its free of cost for champions/volunteers.
And, now I am excited to do dance performance for the first time on stage for the Annual-
Day of the Trust. It gives us a lot of confidence.”
- Nigar, Champion, 2014 batch
“I see many changes in myself now from the time I started. I can move around anywhere
alone.By conducting the sessions and activities in Pick Me, Click Me, Educate Me project,
I also gain knowledge which is done every week on one particular day. The teachers of our
partner schools also respect us now seeing our dedication and regularity. I feel really glad
when the children/students also enjoy the activities. I have been attached to this organiza-
tion so much that I could not stop myself after the demise of my father last year October.
Now, I am waiting for our annual day to be held on 24th April. This year, it is more exciting
as we are having few cultural activities for the first time where I am also participating to
perform on the stage.”
- Neha, Champion 2014 batch.
“I feel very happy to be a part of this organization. I have become much self-dependent now.
I used to feel difficult in going anywhere alone but that fear has also gone now. I feel that if I
join any job in future, I will be able to do it very confidently. I also feel very happy when the
children of our partner schools ask for more activities after our sessions get over. They say
“didi aur kuch dikha do”. It happens mostly this way.
This organization provides three years of association. But, I have learnt many small things
withing one and half year as I joined in October 2014.”
- Nidhi, Champion, 2014 Batch
DIGITAL LITERACY & INTERNET AWARENESS PROGRAM
A program to empower the youth with the understanding of
technology and its usages. With ample research to show that
children can pick up using technology very quickly, we seek
to create a program that enables children and youth to un-
derstand technology, its powers and avenues for accessing
information, materials for education and ability to do tasks on-
line, and a larger goal of empowering them to bring positive
change in the society.
Basic Fundamentals of Computers
Windows Operating System
Basics of Word, Excel, Powerpoint
History of computers & Types of Network
Introduction to Internet and Browsers
Understanding Search Engines (Google)
Netiquettes, Surfing with an understanding of Security
Emails: From id to message creation & usage with attachments
Accessing Social sites (Facebook, Twitter etc.)
Communication Tools: Chatting, Video Conferencing (Skype)
Utilities: Ticket Booking, Payment of bills
Government sites and RTI
Online form submission for examinations and job vacancies
Money Transfer, Net Banking
Use of Internet through Mobile, Internet on Tablet device
Introduction to Online Education and MOOCs
The program is are run at a nominal fees to cover the cost for
the running of the center.
“HHT has started the Digital Literacy and Internet Awareness Course in Simri Bakhtiar-
pur, Saharsa. The aim of the Organization is to train the students of this place and make
them learn and understand correct about Computer and Internet. Today’s generation is the
“Internet” generation where Email, Online Education, Social Media, Video Calls and etc
should be known to every student. I thank a lot to HHT for providing this education.”
-Raja Kumar, Digital Literacy & IAC Student
“I believe that whatever HHT is trying to teach us through its Digital Literacy Course is
very well understood by all. We understand importance of education in real terms. We are
not only given notes and practical lessons, but the explanation to every topic is really good.
We feel proud on ourselves that we study in this Computer Course provided by HHT.”
-Shahin Perween, Digital Literacy & IAC Student
The Digital Literacy and Internet course started by HHT provides us with the knowledge
of Basics of Computer, Basic Software’s which is helpful for the Official purpose and other
needs. After this, Internet has become a part of humans in today’s generation which is re-
quired to be known to every person, HHT teaches us about the same which is very helpful.
-Sharwan Kumar, Digital Literacy & IAC Student
Artwork created during the lessons on MS Paint
CAREER AWARENESS SEMINAR
Public seminars engaging the different stakeholders in system
namely students, teachers, parents, government office
1. To introduce new career opportunities to students and guide
them towards programs that could result in employability.
2. To inculcate the spirit of Entrepreneurship and the power of
building a local economy that results in jobs and opportunities
in the local but with a Global context.
3. To create tie ups with Vocational training centers to improve
the academic professional and soft skills of the students in sync
with the current times.
4. To engage in dialogues with the local schools, government
authorities and also parents to get them more interested in the
child’s education and prospective career.
5. The team engages with the schools who function as hosts.
Students from high schools are invited to participate and en-
gage in discussions around careers of their choice. Guidance
is provided in finding avenues for preparation for competitive
6. Students are also guided towards using Digital tools to seek
more information about the different courses and job pros-
7. Teachers and government officials form a part of Panel
that discusses on the challenges faced byt the students of
the region. Noteworthy Teachers are also felicitated for
their contribution in education.
LEARNING THROUGH VIDEOS
As proponents of alternative learning, we strongly believe in
the power of learning through videos and other media. As a
part of the project, 100 screenings of different films were to
happen across 6 different districts in Bihar (Saharsa, Supaul,
Madhepura, Purnea, Katihar, Khagaria).
The project was supported by the Children’s Film Society of
The films are aimed at cultural sensitization, knowing about
different cultures of the world, storytelling and building in stu-
dents a sense of inquisitiveness towards how to do things.
We did this through school wise and community wise screening
of the videos. As a follow up to these screenings we to en-
gaged with students in discussions on filmmaking, storytelling
and cultures of the world. These discussions have a more last-
ing impact on these young minds, as they are able to connect
The videos were screened at individual schools, and also at
community gatherings. It was done regularly in order to main
curiosity and eagerness to learn. To encourage more public
participation, screenings were done either in classrooms or
at public spaces. The projections were done using a laptop &
The project was conducted in the month of May-August 2015,
and the project had an outreach to over 25000 students.
PROJECT JIGYASA (STORYTELLING & BOOK DESIGNING)
The word Jigyasa (Hindi) means the curiosity to know things.
Through this series of workshops, we aim to increase the
curiosity level amongst children. We do this in the workshop
The project comprises of sessions on Storytelling, information
about how to create Illustrations and what comprises a book.
As a part of the Book Designing Workshop, the students are
required to conceptualize a story, think about the characters,
illustrate the story and then put it out in the format of a book.
The books are then preented to the entire class by the stu-
dents narrating the story.
The project is aimed at teaching the aforementioned aspects
to the children across different classes.
Through this initiative of the Happy Horizons Trust, it also aims
to explore the different aspects of arts, crafts and design to the
children and bring about a sense of awareness about different
career options like Graphic Designing, Writer, Illustrator.
The project allows us to bring smiles to children, and have a
long lasting impression on the children, for something that
they will cherish forever.
Private schools are charged a nominal fees to cover costs of
instructor and materials.
So far sessions have been conducted in 2 schools.
“If you just work on stuff that you like and you’re passionate
about, you don’t have to have a master plan with how things will
- Mark Zuckerberg
INAUGURATION OF COMPUTER CENTER
To further enhance the offerings on the Digital Literacy and
Internet Awareness program, we launched our own computer
center with 7 systems (5 desktops and 2 Laptops).
The center allows us to give focused attention by the faculty
and the students are able to get quality time in doing the prac-
So far we have trained over 50 students at this center and we
hope that we can increase the number in the days to come with
The constant challenge that remains is the accessibility of the
center to children from the villages and areas that are far. Over
the next few months we will work on this and look at how we
can take our program in Digital literacy to the doorsteps of the
children who cannot come to the center.
Students are charged a nominal fees for the course. This also
ensures revenue generation at the organization and maintain
BUILDING A TEAM OF VOLUNTEERS IN BANGALORE
A new destination, new people and a new school in our
journey. With the vision to make education more practical,
engaging and fun, we began to explore options to start our
projects in Bangalore and in the state of Karnataka in general.
The activities have been initiated with our primary project
Pick Me, Click Me, Educate Me in a government school by
some of our volunteers there.
Language continues to remain a challenge to conduct ses-
sions and the dependency is always on the person who can
We are now building a stronger team of more Kannada
IDENTIFYING NODAL SCHOOL IN BENGAL
One of the most beautiful thing that happens to us when we
present our work, is that people often ask us whether we can
start our work in their area. This is flattering as wall as some-
thing that needs to be treated with extra caution. We do not
want to be in a position where we commit to work and not
We start with small things like the Career Awareness Seminar,
since it is the one with the and then evaluate the potential of
starting our work there.
As a part of this we started exploring possibilities of doing our
work in Bengal. We partnered with a local school in
Shantipara, Nadia district to start our work there. The school
will function as a nodal school for all activities in that area.
ASTHMA CAMP - EDUCATING ON HEALTHCARE
When you work in the field of wicked problems, one is often
confronted with challenges that go beyond the initial purview
of what was thought to be the problem space.
We noticed that during the winter months, attendance
dropped considerably in a few schools. On finding further we
found that this could be because students were facing health
issues due to the cold.
We organized a healthcare awareness session at the schools,
and found that many students faced breathing problems. On
further consultantion with local doctors decided to organize
an Asthma camp.
Thanks to Dr Anand Bhagat, Dr Ranjana Kumari, Dr (Md) Abu
Shale and a leading pharmaceutical company for their sup-
port to this camp.
The camp was organized to screen students for Asthma and
free of cost treatment was provided to a few whose condition
was found to be severe.
We will be doing more of such camps in the days to come
and create more awareness on healthcare.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Do you want to acquire new skills, meet new people, contrib-
ute to the society, whilst making a difference?
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers old and new, young
and youthful who are interested in helping to improve the qual-
ity of education through participatory learning and alternative
methods with our ongoing projects.
Some of the tasks for which require immediate assistance are:
Training and mentoring our existing Volunteers
Develop teaching ways or alternate activities to enhance the
Create Social Awareness Posters
Introduce new career options to the students through Career
You could be based anywhere in the world, and contribute in
many ways. From helping with operations to strategy to mar-
keting. We welcome anyone who shares our vision.
Volunteer with us and Make a Difference!
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
HELP WITH MARKETING
BUILD PUBLIC RELATIONS
SOCIAL MEDIA NINJA
WORK WITH SCHOOLS
INTERACT WITH PARENTS
The possibilities are endless.
Take the first step.
PARTNER WITH US, DONATE TO US
Join us today in creating leaders for tomorrow!
We are trying to improve the quality of education in rural areas
where there is lack of stationeries, guidance, financial support,
good teachers, low women empowerment, poor reading abili-
ties, unsupportive parents/guardians, social stigma against the
girl child, lack of facilities in the schools, no digital literacy and
The list could go on and on.
Here are some of the ways in which you can collaborate and
Provide us with Storybooks, Colors and other stationeries
Support our female Champions financially with a scholarship
amount of Rs 15000 for 3 years; that is only Rs 5000 a year.
Help us create a online or physical platform to mentor and pro-
vide Career guidance to our students
Help us create a Teacher’s Training Platform for the existing
teachers as well as new teachers.
Help us create local women entrepreneurs based on the skills
and training suitable for the women of our work areas.
Provide us with devices such as laptops or tablets to help us
Digitally Literate the people of work areas across different vil-
Come let’s explore the different way we can work together!
Together we can make a difference.
PARTNER FOR WORKSHOPS
HOST OUR PROGRAMS
LAUNCH IN YOUR AREA
MAKE HHT A CSR PARTNER
DONATE TO US
Only Rs 5000 a year to
support one champion.
3YRS COMMITMENT TO SEE A
“Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or con-
sumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute
with love, grace, and gratitude”
HHT Covered on YourStory
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ating impact at grassroot level.
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE
‘Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen’
said a wise person once.
Nothing encompasses our self-belief more than the above
Everyday, we remind ourselves that we are here for making a
change in the lives of the people who do not have the facilities,
that a lot of us are fortunate for.
Little do we realise that a lot of our work actually changes us
from within as well. We have become more humble and now
look at the development space with more respect. The tasks
at hand are challenging and we have barely begun and have a
long way to go.
We recently opened up a new office in Noida (C121, Sector 2)
which would function as a hub for discussions, collaborations
and inspiring work. We invite all of you to drop by whenever
you wish to. We will share a lot of stories together.
We are confident that with a growing team, more support from
various partners, we will be able to continue doing our work
with a lot more passion.
We are optimistic and super excited about the future!
Spread the Happiness.
Vatsala & Kshitiz,