Bengaluru: Special campus to be made for girls who lost parents to COVID-19


Team Udayavani, Oct 29, 2021, 1:15 PM IST

Bengaluru: A special campus will be developed in Bettakote gram panchayat limits, Bengaluru to provide shelter and education to 300 girl children who have lost one or both parents to coronavirus, through a Corporate Social Responsibility initiative.

The campus is named Chinnara Dhama ( ‘haven for young children’) The initiative is a joint effort by Fairfax Financial Holdings, Kempegowda International Airport Foundation and Sparsha Trust.

A statement from the CSR (corporate social responsibility) partners read, “Chinnara Dhama will be managed under KIAF’s flagship programme Namma Shikshana (Our Education).  The initiative will provide safe and secure lodging facilities, as well as social and psychological support to girl children. It will provide access to quality education by enrolling the children at one of the BIAL-adopted schools. The children will also be provided with basic and vocational skills that are required to develop their social competencies.”

The campus is expected to be ready by 2022.

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