Volunteers are involved in designing, documenting and administering the construction and repair of these anganwadis. Each anganwadi currently consists of crude one room galvanised or brick lean-to’s which have little or no ventilation and light. The anganwadis are constructed by local labourers and use largely re-cycled materials in order to support the Manav Sadhna philosophy of ‘Re-Use, Re-Cycle, and Reduce.
More TAP updates from Kali Marnane.
“Bhakshi and I played doctor all afternoon while drinking chai and eating snacks.She was laughing at me as I got all the symptoms wrong not understanding her directions in Gujarati!”