This month for the #WATWB I share about a website in India that is making the process of sharing books with school children easy and effortless. Every year at the end of the school year we sell or give away books to the local recycling centre or raddi wala.
“There are more than 7 crore students in India and 30% of them does not have access to quality education. It’s time to take the action and donate your used books to help these unprivileged kids.”
Now with 1000 books, you can help poor school children with the click of a few buttons. The best way, keeping in view the restrictions due to COVID-19.
Remember, anyone can join in. We all make a post following these guidelines: Not more than 500 words: a link to a positive story we found in the news, and an excerpt from it.
A bit about why we chose it, and any other positive thing we want to share.
Anything else positive is fine, as long as we stick to 500 words and make no overt mention of religion or politics.
Shorter is better, so just a link and excerpt is fine, too!
The hosts this month are Lizbeth Hartz, Shilpa Garg, Damyanti Biswas, Roshan Radhakrishnan and me, Inderpreet.
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