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How Students of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce are dispelling the darkness of illiteracy for refugees in Delhi

Pertaining to primary education and healthcare, there is a lack of a sustainable model that prevents refugee children from getting the best of education. In a stark problem like this, an ingenious solution came from the most unexpected source – the students of Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC). The students of the Enactus chapter of  DCAC pledged to do their bit to combat one of the biggest problems facing the world at this instance- The Refugee Crisis.

 

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