Making lockdown innovators

  • | Sunday | 27th December, 2020

The boy who aspires to be a wildlife researcher spent the lockdown studying the effects of chemicals on crops. Casteism holds power, making it tough to find space for a community centre that welcomes kids from all strata." The children, who had researched growing multi-crops, organically, were able to provide for their families during the lockdown, Jain explains. It was an exam in life skills for the children," Jain thinks, "They turned into innovators, farmers, problem-solvers. "Most of them belong to Dalit families, who instead of being discouraged by prejudice are committed to changing the circumstance of the children," Jain says.

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