In the first episode of Stories of Change with Anuradha Nagaraj, we visit Nelamangala on the outskirts of Bengaluru. We are here to listen to the story of the Uhuru programme, run by non-profit Snehadhara Foundation at its semi-residential facility for children with disabilities.
Uhuru is Swahili for freedom, which Snehadhara attempts to realise through meaningful interventions that contribute to a wholesome and inclusive learning experience not just for the children but for the facilitators as well.
Uhuru as explained by Snehadhara Foundation
Special Thanks to Snehadhara Foundation at Nelamangala and JP Nagar, Bengaluru
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