Magic Bus

Project Brief: Magic Bus helps children and young adults at risk, to develop life skills through creative expression, sports and outdoor activities. Asha-Stanford funded the Explorers program for 2005-06.
Project Type: Other (description)
Primary Focus: children from slums (description)

Secondary Focus: children of sex workers

Area: Urban
Supporting Chapter Contact: Stanford

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Status: completed - requirements ended
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Project Address: , 233 Adhyaru Estate, Sun Mill Compound,Senapati Bapat Marg,,Lower Parel,
MAHARASHTRA  400013
Tel: 91-22-24952249
Stewarding Chapter: Stanford
Dec 2005StanfordUSD 0

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Weekly sports and games session, educationial day-trips around Mumbai, weekend residential camp in a natural environment outside Mumbai (eg. at Matheran hill station). Partner with other NGO’s (Baal Jeevan in this case) which take care of the basic needs of children but do not have time/resources to develop life skills. Asha-Stanford funded the “Explorers Program” which deals with slum and pavement dwelling children in the age group(7-9)yrs.
Magic Bus aspires at creating a long-term, sustained intervention of life skills development for at-risk children through recreation, play and creative expression activities.