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New Delhi Colombian sisters

India: The best experience of our lives

India: The best experience of our lives

Contributed by Aida and Diana, Colombian students from ILSC-New Delhi. “India was the best place to travel, not only to learn English but also to grow up as a human.” Why we chose India Mixed religion, beautiful cities, kind and friendly people, different cultures and delicious Indian cuisine! And also to learn and practice Yoga! Learning the language

My story through pictures: Soni Kumari

Contributed by Kathryn North and Soni Kumari from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Soni Kumari who dreams of becoming an IPS (Indian Police Service) Officer. Delhi has very few female police officers, making

My stories through pictures: Vandana Kumari

Contributed by Kathryn North and Vandana Kumari from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Vandana Kumari who dreams of becoming a mathematics teacher. She believes that having good English skills gains one respect

My story through pictures: Sapna Singh

Contributed by Kathryn North and Sapna Singh from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Sapna Singh who dreams of becoming a politician in India. Sapna recognizes the hurdles that she must overcome to reach

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My story through pictures: Reshma Khatoon

Contributed by Kathryn North and Reshma Khatoon from ILSC New Delhi ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) program provides English and job skills training to help underprivileged young Indian women expand their opportunities for future success. This is the story of Reshma Khatoon who is the youngest child in a family of  6. Reshma’s goal is to become self-sufficient, and her

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