As part of its Learning and Migration Program (LAMP), which aims to universalize access to elementary education while empowering communities to improve the quality of their children’s education, AIF
A supporter of AIF in Chicago, Nick Behl shares his reflections on visiting the Digital Equalizer program in Delhi this winter.
The Behl family (Nick and Divya, as newer Chicago
American India Foundation supporters often go way beyond just writing a check to support our poverty-fighting mission. The post below is adapted from a trip report written by Sudnya Shroff,
The American Bazaar
Maya Thakore is a sophomore at Milton Academy in Milton, Massachusetts. Her interests include playing basketball and the violin. Thakore holds a deep passion for education, which
In September 2015, AIF launched Light a LAMP, an online campaign with the goal of raising $200,000 for AIF’s Learning and Migration Program (LAMP).
By the time the campaign
Kunal Nayyar's "Lets Light a LAMP and Make a Difference" from American India Foundation on Vimeo.
"I want to be a collector" from American India Foundation on Vimeo.
For long, the administration- the sarkaar– was something high-up there in the hierarchy of things. They made plans for the communities, for their development and welfare and gathered resources
Sukanti Sabar remarks, “I used to face a lot of problem while teaching counting to these children. They were unable to identify a number when asked to. It further made
Click Here to Donate
Vedant Pathak, a sophomore high school student from Chicago, is passionate about many things, including video games and AIF’s Learning and Migration Program (LAMP). On Saturday, November 7th, Vedant plans
Sanya Goenka is extremely passionate about AIF’s Learning and Migration Program (LAMP)! She strongly believes every child has a right to an education. Earlier this year, this eleven-year-old student from
Shrunothra Ambati is a senior at the Advanced Math and Science Academy in Marlborough, Massachusetts. She participated in the first-ever LAMP Crowdfunding Campaign that was held in New England in
Arya & Diya Anand, twin sisters from Andover, Massachusetts, are ardent champions of AIF’s Learning and Migration Program (LAMP). They took part in AIF’s first-ever LAMP crowdfunding campaign that was