Two Indian women teach children in slum

This is an outdoor school in an Indian slum
Location: Ahmedabad, India
Neetu Gupta and Deepti Ravindrabai Chauhan took on the task
to teach children from disadvantaged backgrounds
without access to online learning
“They don't have cell phones or smartphones, or even though they have one, they can't use it properly. That is why we have conducted these courses and give them regular exercises so that they stay in touch with their studies and do not forget anything. We have 80 students every day, we have divided them up so that we can teach at least 80 students. "
The Indian government has urged that classes be rescheduled online
But only 23.8% of households have access to the Internet
Source: Government Report 2017-18-18
(SOUNDBITE) (Hindi) STUDENT, ANSARI NAZIA, SAY, "I can't study at home. There is only one cell phone my father uses for work, so I come here to study."

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