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Through hard work and perseverance Radhika is living her dreams

“It would have been impossible for me to be where I am today without the wings that Asha gave me” – said nostalgic Radhika reflecting upon her journey. Her father Hari Om and mother Goumti belong to a small village in Mathura, U.P. They migrated to V.P Singh Camp, an urban slum in Delhi 25…
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Where there is a will there is a way

Soon I will have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to care for all types of people” says second-year Asha’s nursing student. “I always had a passion for the medical field ever since I saw Dr Kiran working selflessly for the slum communities and was determined to become a nurse to help the most vulnerable and…
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Bidding adieu to Asha’s first Chevening scholar

The British High Commissioner Sir Dominic Asquith KCMG organised a reception at his residence to celebrate Chevening scholar Chandan’s journey to the UK. The august gathering included Australian High Commissioner- HE Ms. Harinder Sidhu, senior diplomats from various embassies, other eminent dignitaries, meritorious students from Asha slums and the Asha team. Sir Dominic started by…
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Celebration of Excellence of the High School Toppers of Asha

“Every student is like a seed which requires care to nurture. Asha is the sunlight, the water and the fertiliser for them to grow,” said Her Excellency the New Zealand High Commissioner to India, Joanna Kempkers while addressing the guests at the New Zealand High Commission on the Celebration of the Excellence of the High…
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