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Akshara Foundation presented Rotary award

Education | Jun 20, 2006

Foundation chairperson Rohini Nilekani accepts the award.
Ms. Nilekani said the foundation, as part of the Pratham Network, believed in giving underprivileged children the opportunity to learn and thereby empower them to take advantage of several more opportunities available for the educated.

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