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Street school aims to give New Delhi slum kids an honest education

India's most unique school shows money can't buy happiness as it gives poverty-stricken children and teachers a new lease of life while teaching outside in the street under the shade of a tree. The school is run by the Sunaayy Foundation, a team of dedicated women determined to empower underprivileged kids from the slums of New Delhi. The foundation was started in 2009 by Richa Prasant. "I finally decided to follow my heart and left behind a corporate job to help and empower kids from slums," she says. "In the whole journey, my family and friends have been my constant support and have played a vital role in the school's foundation." The programme runs across three locations in the capital, where children are taught in the most cost-effective and straight-forward manner, using blackboards, picture charts, colours, activities like storytelling and dancing. This footage was filmed on Tuesday (February 20). +CREDIT: RAVI MISHRA+
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