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Online Classes
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Online Classes

UTSAH organized online classes for children in the Hafiznagar No. 2 community.
Due the pandemic, most
children attending nearby government schools were unable to attend classes.
When the classes were shifted to online mode, due to lack of smart phones and
the families household income being lower than Rs 2000-3000 per month, children
in the community were unable to access online education.
In order for children
to access online education, UTSAH mobilized youth from the community who had

Relief supply camp organized
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Relief supply camp organized

UTSAH organized several relief supply camps for communities affected by the COVID-19 lockdown, in collaboration with Patty Oh Cafe, PISA Org, Royal Global Group, LB Group, Impulse NGO Network and other benefactors.
400 families in Hafiznagar No 2 and Bhaskar Nagar communities received weekly supply of essential commodities from April 2020 to August 2020.
Since most members of these communities worked as daily wage earners, their livelihoods have been majorly affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
To donate to these communities, please visit our "DONATE" section.

UTSAH launches RakshaHaat – a charitable initiative to support Child Sexual Abuse Victims
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UTSAH launches RakshaHaat – a charitable initiative to support Child Sexual Abuse Victims

Recently, UTSAH introduced “Raksha Haat”, an online platform with the purpose of raising funds for children affected by sexual violence. In order to achieve this, painters, writers, and designers contribute to this platform by donating one of their creations into UTSAH’s charity box. These items are showcased and sold on UTSAH’s facebook page. All funds raised through this new online platform will

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