Kennett Square business owner helps girls and women in India

Girls and women in India live a life constrained by cultural restrictions, discriminations and even violence, as recently highlighted by the well publicized rape case in New Delhi. Kennett Square business owner Mary Cairns with area resident Mike Mays recently returned from rural India, where problems are even more acute for women, where they experienced first hand the gender discrimination and challenges faced daily by girls and women. Mays and Cairns embarked on this trip to open a health center at a local school for 1200 girls in a remote village where no health care exists.
Come hear about their experiences while living among the villagers of Anupshahr. Joining them will be special guest, Sam Singh, the visionary founder of the Pardada Pardadi School, on February 10th who will be in the Philadelphia area during his next visit to the U.S.  Learn how this school is changing the lives of girls and empowering women in rural India, about the daily challenges they face, and how you can make a difference in the lives of thousands of girls.
Willowdale Chapel
675 Unionville Road
Kennett Square, PA
Sunday, February 10, 2013
4-6 pm



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