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Photographer:Radio Team | Dance on Waka-Waka during the community event Photographer:Radio Team | The photo exhibition of children that participated in the BTG program Photographer:Radio Team | Fun and Games at the community event Photographer:Radio Team | Preparation for the parade Photographer:Radio Team | Fun and Games at the community event Photographer:Radio Team | Frisbee loops for the children's games

Bridging The Gap

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Bhavya, an active volunteer at the Bridging the Gap program, tells us what the program aspires to do. Bridging the Gap is a three month course with an impressive and ambitious objective that has had a deep impact on several children. On the 3rd of December, children from several schools gathered together for the community event during which there was joyous dancing, a parade, many interactive games and goodies like popcorn and cotton candy. Beneath all the celebration, there were many obstacles that stood in the way of triumph, and Bhavya reveals what they were and how they successfully overcame them. She also talks about the change the movement has sparked and how it has empowered children to freely discuss topics that were considered a taboo earlier.

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07 Dec / 2017


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Dance on Waka-Waka during the community event
The photo exhibition of children that participated in the BTG program
Fun and Games at the community event
Preparation for the parade
Fun and Games at the community event
Frisbee loops for the children's games


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