Here we are dressed and ready for our placements. Delhi is a place full of color similar to our outfits. Now, Sean was not feeling well, but decided to go and sit with the kids. He loves this.
Check out the suit on Sean’s left. That little boy is so cute. The volunteers call him suit guy.
This is Richie with some of the kids. Richie is with a group called Children’s Hope. He seems great. He worked on Corey Booker’s campaign registering first time voters in Newark. He just graduated from college and is figuring it out. He hopes to get a job with CAP, The Center for American Progress. He made a point of telling me the slums of Trenton are not that different from Delhi when it comes to opportunity for the children in them.
Rats it is dark. Here I am with the kids I am working with. Richie and I are working with this group. Sean has moved over to the little kids exclusively.
I taught the girls how to take selfies. They were very curious about my phone/camera today.
Anil is the teacher I am helping.
Here are Jim and Alecia with their group.
Next are a series of photos as Sean and I walked through the slum. We went over to check out the computer lab. Unfortunately the students work in this lab later in the day, too late for us to help there. They really wanted our help there, but it was not to be. CCS want their volunteers to take the time to learn about the culture in the afternoon.
The central square
A communal water pump
The walkways are narrow.
I love this color.
Here is the computer lab. About 20 to 30 people use this lab in the afternoon, taking turns to learn basic office skills on these.
Off the main alleyway there are even more narrow corridors.
Back again, isn’t suit guy adorable.
Alecia is so good with the little ones.
Drying wheat to make roti. After this we went back, had lunch, then I took a nap. Later we went on a temple tour, which I will put in another post later today.