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Making a difference – AIESEC presents UDAAN

By The Saltlisters

There are 81.5 lakh out-of-school children in India. This July, AIESEC in Delhi University provides an opportunity to bring about a change in the lives of these children through its initiative called UDAAN. With its presence in 107 countries, AIESEC is the world’s largest youth organisation focused on international traineeship exchange. Through UDAAN, the Delhi University chapter of AIESEC plans to provide underprivileged children with an opportunity to express themselves through cultural workshops and competitions and direct them towards quality educational opportunities. The schedule of UDAAN is as follows :

Date                   –  Venue

July 15, 2011    –   Deepalaya School, Okhla Phase -2

July 17, 2011    –   Ansals Institute of Technology, Gurgaon

July 19, 2011    –   Deenbandhu School, Seemapuri

July 23, 2011    –   Vidyapeeth, Gurgaon

July 27,2011     –  Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram

July 30, 2011    –   Bal Bhavan, ITO

If you want to volunteer for UDAAN please register here-

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3 comments on “Making a difference – AIESEC presents UDAAN

  1. shreya katuri
    July 7, 2011

    AIESEC’s doing a great job. I’ve enrolled myself for English hons at Gargi at present.The new session is to begin from the 21st of July. I’m yet to begin with college..that does make me eligible to register for this event,right? Jut wanted to confirm.

    Also, I’ve been following The Salt List lately. Searched it on Facebook. Great job guys 😀

    • Richa Sharma
      July 8, 2011

      Hey,firstly,Thank you The Saltlist for promoting Udaan,its an attempt at changing lives of underprivileged children!:)
      @Shreya- Yes,we are looking at involving student volunteers class 11 above.hence you are eligible,do register!

      Organizing Committee President,Udaan

  2. shreya katuri
    July 8, 2011

    Cool 😀 thanks!

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