The health camp of December ‘18 revealed that the primary health concern at the ZP schools was malnutrition. Due to this, we decided to provide students at Temki Paada with a healthy breakfast every morning and see whether this affects their health positively.Read More
August 15 marks India’s Independence Day! There was a celebration held at every school in Mahim. I had the pleasure of attending Temki Paada’s flag hoisting ceremony and watch some of the students give speeches about their country.Read More
On December 23, Aboli Foundation organised a health camp where eighty-five students from three ZP schools were given a checkup.Read More
At least once in our lives, we have all looked up at the sky and wondered about the universe.
With this thought, Aboli Foundation sponsored a field trip to the Nehru Planetarium and Taraporewala Aquarium for third and fourth graders on October 20. 2018. The students were from three ZP (government-run) schools called Temki Paada, Tal Paada and Dasgao in Mahim.Read More
The Aboli Foundation team returned to Mahim, India in the summer of 2017 for a week-long program to carry out at the Temki Paada school.Read More
Barriers only exist if we let them. This is the first thing I learned during our primary two-week volunteering experience this month at Temki Paada, a government-funded village school in Maharashtra, India. Spending a few days teaching English, yoga, and playing board games with school children were part of our first project as a non-governmental organization.Read More