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Monday, March 7, 2016

Gifting uniforms to fire affected students of Damu Nagar

New Year brings New Uniforms for DAMU Nagar Fire Affected Students

Continuing its efforts to provide Educational aid and assistance to Damu Nagar Fire affected students who lost all their Study materials, books and Uniforms, today SIO Mumbai provide them with New uniforms.

43 students of Raj high School (English Medium) from Std 1st to Xth were given New uniforms as a new year gift by SIO Mumbai by the hands of Mr. Feroz Khan (Principal Holy Prophet English School) and three small girls Ms.Adiba, Ms.Alina and Ms.Anam.

Mr. Feroz khan asks the students to face the challenges of life boldly and work hard for success.

"This was the third phase of SIO Mumbai's Damu Nagar Educational Relief work. Prior to this with the help of our well wishers and NGOs, we have distributed Educational kit including note books, digests, stationery, geometry box etc to hundreds of Students in the area.
In upcoming days we are going to organize Educational and Career guidance Program for affected Students." Said Mr. Mohammad Salman (President, SIO Mumbai)

SIO Mumbai thanks all our well wishers, Donors, NGOs, Media Persons and Volunteers for their Consistent Support and Cooperation.

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