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Aspiring Citizens

Aspiring Citizens is an educational project focused on helping young learners learn and solve issues of scale around health, food and education through collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning and active role-playing. It's objective is to teach the children the art of managing resources in their village. It educates the children and teachers in a village on how to achieve self sustenance in a fun and a non-intrusive manner. It is designed for children aged 6-16 years in order to solve hunger crisis and impart health education by joyful and self-empowered learning.

Yogesh Garg
Aspiring Citizens is both a classroom tool, and an outside classroom activity. It proposes a new kind of an educational solution, an “expanded school” which grows well beyond the walls of the classroom and a new concept for the teachers to impart education to students on various topics in their own language. Keeping all this in mind, Aspiring Citizens has been designed to educate and motivate people to solve world hunger and health issues. It also promotes teacher student interaction in the health lessons which teacher prepares for the students in their own language. It also provides awareness about the work WFP has been doing for the past many decades to abate the problem of world hunger.



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