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Since 52 years Baroda Citizens Council is working in the field of Child Rights, Women Empowerment and Health related issues in Vadodara Rural and Urban areas. As part of their project an Annual Function was organized in the Anilnagar Anganwadi at Waghodiya area where around 150 children of 10 Anganwadi centres participated and performed.

Under the Born Learning project (supported by United way Baroda) BCC have been providing all the children of Anganwadi with milk and qualitative education through implementing the Born Learning Program in the 10 Anganwadi centers of Vadodara since April 2017. The main aim behind implementing the

project is holistic development of the children.

During the Annual Function on 19th April the children overcome their stage fear and performed at their best. There were total of 10 performances where the children of Bharwadwas, Marutinagar, Amarnagar, Ramdevnagar-l & 2, Santoshinagar, Anilnagar, Laxminagar, Nehruchacha, and Bhathujinagar show their talents.

Materials, art and craft activity, drawings, show pieces were exhibited in the Anganwadi center taught to the children made by them during this one year of the Project. The program was highly appreciated by Manish Micheal who is a CEO of Born Learning Project (United way Banglore) and shared deepest gratitude and learning he can take for the same program running in Banglore.

Harieen Chawla (Trustee BCC), Rachana Parikh( Trustee, BCC), Dr. Binita Verdia (Deputy Director, BCC), Priya Jagdale ( Executive Director, BCC) also remain present to motivate the children.

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