- Over 4000 children from over 20 different Government/low fee private schools in the last 2 years in Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Chennai. We aspire to impact over 10000 children across 15+ cities this year.
Our kids have been recognized on various platforms :-
- Our biggest impact we saw was when few of our children from Hyderabad wanted to help other younger children to learn the activities that they have been learning at camps. Their rationale was why not other children who couldn’t be a part of the regular camps miss out on the amazing activities.This project is by the kids,for the kids! These young children taught other children, activities with love and passion. As Children Camp Diaries, these student leaders have alone impacted over 300 children!
- Won Drambebaaz- a drama competition for 3 consecutive years along with winning best actors (male and female), best director and best script.
- Our children also put up a crazy science fair where they made working models of ATM, circulatory system, biogas, smart city and many others!
- One of our student, Ravi, got a chance to attend the annual KER retreat ( Kids Education Revolution), a student leadership retreat for 7 days in Mumbai. He also has his own YouTube channelhttps://www.youtube.com/
channel/ UC2ON48FN8f2tI5lFqAoQVKA where he creates fun and inspiring videos!
- One of our student, Farida was also featured in Times of India, Student Edition.
- Students were amazed to attend TedX Hyderabad, 2018.
- Featured in esteemed newspapers of
It was a great initiative . Personally appreciate it. Our education policy and societal barriers don’t let children to get exposed to extra-curricular activities. Children need to get exposure to upgrade them selves as learners. I think there should be clubs at national level also that can monitor and provide space to nurture the young Indians.
I feel that “Camp Diaries” team definitely gives some direction to the needy students and it will sustain its activity for long.
– Mohd. Shafi , Principal, Monarch School.
This is the first time our children are exposed to so many arts. They have learned the basics of guitar, the skill of making paper bags, making paper lamps, cute dances and painting.
They had an opportunity to interact with the students from other schools and this has helped them build stronger relationships and boost their self confidence.
I thank the entire team and I am looking forward to such opportunities in the future.
– Mallikarjun Reddy, Head Master, GPS Mekalmandi.