Let’s make every girl child say “Yes, I can go to school!”
(Registration Closed. Tickets are available at Event Venue)
Namaha Foundation for the Arts, a San Ramon based Non-profit Art Organization is working in partnership with SEWA International USA, Bay Area chapter to raise funds for SEWA's "Girls Hygiene and Women's Empowerment" Programs, through a Multicultural Dance Extravaganza, Veera.
Venue: Multi-Purpose Room, Gale Ranch Middle School, 6400 Main Branch Rd, San Ramon, CA 94582 (map)
Date & Time: September 15th, 2019; Sunday, 4:00pm onwards (Seating starts at 3:30pm)
Tickets: $15 (Willl be $20 after September 8th). No ticket sale at the door.
On Site Dosa Stall and Pizza booth by LEAD kids
Essay Competition: Topic related to Current Topics in the World
Contact:Anita Kant firstname.lastname@example.orgPriyanka Marepally email@example.comGuru Prasad firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindly attend the program and support a noble cause!
About Sewa International’s Girls' Hygiene Project: https://sewausa.org/Toilets
It all began in 2013 when Jayanthi Ramanan ji scouted the streets and slums of Bangalore and realized that girl children are not sent to school due to lack of toilets and menstrual hygiene issues. She appealed to Sewa USA for this great cause of putting girl children ahead and break the gender inequality to give girls and women equal opportunities.
Thus, started Sewa International’s project of toilet building in India!
We have completed 407 toilets benefiting 24989 school children and 7803 families. Our aim for 2019 is to complete 523 toilets in 5 Indian states - Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
Our ongoing Google funded Project of building 50 toilets at Uttar Pradesh (Varanasi) and Karnataka (Belgaon) is near completion.
Kindly help make every girl’s dream to be educated possible.
Our Art Exhibitors:
Mrs. Minu Shukla has multiple degrees in fine art and graphic design and has had exhibitions of her paintings through the United States and in India. She was a featured artist by the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, the Ford Learning Center in Michigan, as well as the Individual Artist Coalition in Atlanta. She has also done joint exhibitions with famous musicians including Grammy Award winners Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Andrew York. Recently, National Geographic featured her work as part of the “Story of God with Morgan Freeman” mini-series. Mrs. Minu Shukla has been teaching art for over 15 years to fulfill her passions for art and teaching, and to develop a love for art from India for future generations.
For more info visit - http://www.minushukla.com/
Dr. Nidhi Sharda
Dr. Nidhi Sharda is Founder and Creative Head for Kalaa Art & Design. She is Phd from University of Delhi, India, Faculty of Science in “Sustainable Dyes and its implementation on Designs”. She has spent 15 years of her career in University teaching and in Design Institute (National Institute of Fashion Technology) as Professor teaching Under Graduate, Masters and Research Scholars. She has presented and published various research papers in Sustainable Design, Natural dyes and Design Methods in international journals and forums.
Her teaching philosophy is to appreciate art and design forms with its innate beauty involving Scientific and sustainable approach for better ecological models for emotional growth. Kalaa Art & Design studio aims to develop unique artistic voice, unlocking freedom of self-expression, and Design thinking.
For more info visit - http://kalaartanddesign.com/
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