Assistance for online classes for poor children

As you all know, WCW has been running Project Aashna for education of underprivileged children. The project has been going on since 2017 in Vidya Vikas Mandal School in Andheri. It was beginning to show positive results by 2020 and we were all geared up with fresh enthusiasm to go into the next academic year. But this was not to be. When the pandemic struck classroom education was suspended. For the privileged class this merely meant a shift to online education.

But for the poor, this was not a solution. Most had no access to smart phones or some times 1 phone shared by three to four siblings, that too in the evenings after their parents came back from work. Most children therefore had an extended holiday of more than one year. The impact on their education has been devastating. With the current second wave and imminent third wave, resumption of classroom education seems to be a long way away..

Therefore, WCW, along with the School decided to provide smart phones to deserving students to enable online classes.

We have collected few second hand phones and now we are looking at buying new phones at a cost of Rs.7,800/- each (These phones are basic model with 3GB/32GB capacity which is minimum required for online classes with sharing videos, pictures and notes.)

At present we have funds for 5 such phones. We will need atleast 6 more such phones.


You are requested to join us in this noble endeavor, in whatever manner you can, so that the children can continue their education.

Our Bank Details,

Account Name: World Confederation of Warriers

  1. State Bank of INDIA, Coimbatore 641001 (Tamil Nadu), INDIA, SB A/c No.64052977262, IFSC:SBIN0050661

  2. Federal Bank, ANDHERI WEST, MUMBAI (Maharashtra-400058), INDIA, SB A/c No.11760100254180, IFSC:FDRL0001176

For any further details please contact:

Sreekala Warrier +91-9619514544, Suresh Warrier +91-9363143675




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