Came COVID and the educational ecosystem went haywire across the globe. But with persistent effort and problem-solving ability, team UPAY made sure children are provided with quality education and learning access.
Read more as Amit recalls the transition and the hard work team UPAY put in for the deprived children!
In an age when time is so precious, it is rare to find people who devote themselves to the service of others. Shruti is one such individual who volunteers to provide equal access to education to underprivileged children
By: Priyanka Dixit (Volunteer, UPAY); Curated by: Jovial Mittal (Intern, UPAY) Giving social services had always been in my big picture. I’d always felt the need to help the unfortunate but didn’t know where to start from. My mother advised “all the good deeds start from home” and I thought to myself, “God really worksContinue reading “Extending a helping hand, for a better tomorrow!”
By Chimi Dorji, BA (Mass Communication and Audiovisual production), Symbiosis International Deemed University The UPAY (Underprivileged Advancement by Youth) Foundation is a non-governmental organization – an educational institution that facilitates free access to education in the wake of privatization. The Foundation since its establishment has many success stories across the regional and national level. Today, there areContinue reading “My journey with UPAY Foundation”
This is what our volunteer Siddharth Shah has to say about his learning in the first few months at Upay! What has been your experience in trying to bring about change? We can all learn from one another in this journey! #bethechange #upayngo My learning at Upay so far – by Siddharth Shah 1. Being regular is key a.Continue reading “My learning at Upay so far – by Siddharth Shah”
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