April 2016 Newsletter

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-Here's a quick look at some of the many activities undertaken by Kutumb over the past year; from dance, drama, football and music to language classes, computer classes,  libraries and workshops, a lot has happened!
-students of Kutumb's Qissagadh Active Library performed a song narrating their Patua story, 'Aman and Aniya' as part of Folk Fables by the Storytellers Collective-Happy Hands Foundation at the Crafts Museum. This was the culmination of a 7 month journey with their teacher Vibhuti wherein they learned how to draw in the Patua style and conceptualize and create a story around the theme of differences. Congratulations to our students: Sagar, Ashraf, Rohit, Ritik and Renu.
-Kutumb held a four day Training of Trainer workshop for the peer leaders of our Indradhanush language programme.  New batches in English, Hindi, Maths and Computers will be beginning this summer. 
-The Mirror Theatre Group, in conjunction with Breakthrough, performed their street play on harassment, Darr, to a huge crowd at India Gate  

The Kutumb Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, Registration No. S/15761 of 2003. The Kutumb Foundation is registered under the Foreign Contribution (Donation) Act of 2010 under section 11 (1) of the Act, Registration No. 231661341(Cultural, Economic, Educational, Social). Donations to 'The Kutumb Foundation' receive tax exemption under Sector 80G (5) (VI) of Income Tax Act, 1961. 

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