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Dirty Your Hands


The Dirty your Hands programme is In line with our vision of encouraging people to work with their hands. We know that habits form early and therefore it is imperative for kids to start working with their hands very early. In today’s world of being plugged in and lack of exercise and sunlight we strongly advocate “ go out and play”. We believe this to in an unstructured environment so that learning comes naturally and isn’t a chore.
Handskills help brain development alongside builds creative thinking.
Our Dirty Your Hands programme is based on Interactions with others, making learning fun.
The programme is run exclusively by A Hundred Hands to reach out to all kids irrespective of backgrounds and communities, including many orphanages as well.

Some initiatives include

Make your own gifts/ art from scrap/ learn a traditional craft/ art and a whole focus on the Safe Festival Campaign.


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