WWGC contributed classrooms to honor the memory of its late founders

WWGC contributed in the classroom to honor the memory of its late founders:Dolly and Aziz

Murugeshpalya School is a government school located in a slum area in Jeevan Beema Nagar in the east of Bangalore in India. As is the case in most of the government primary schools in India, this school also runs purely on donations which come from sources other than the government and provides free primary education to children in the age group of 6-18 years.

In July 2011, Child Literacy in association with World Women Global Council,My One School, a FL non-profit, and AVJM, India, built two classrooms for the children who were earlier leaving the school after graduating from grade 5. The project cost of $ 14,000 was funded by various individual donors as well as corporate sponsors such as Barclays Capital. The construction was completed on August 5, 2011 and the classes started there right away. WWGC contributed in the classroom to honor the memory of its late founders:Dolly and Aziz

World Women Global Council aims to contribute to the library project in 2013.