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 topic : Eye-Opening Incident Pushed Him to Quit Job Pull Millions of Children Out of Trauma #IndiaNEWS #Changemakers In 2002, Chennai-native Sriram V Ayer was comfortably working for a corporate firm that

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Eye-Opening Incident Pushed Him to Quit Job Pull Millions of Children Out of Trauma #IndiaNEWS #Changemakers
In 2002, Chennai-native Sriram V Ayer was comfortably working for a corporate firm that paid him well. But in a span of a few months, everything changed. He witnessed the aftermath of Gujarat riots, especially the devastating impact it had on the children. 



During the same period, he came across a boy named Vinod, who was selling agarbattis to make a living. Ayer knew that like Vinod, hundreds of other children were forced to support their families and could not, as a result, pursue their education. 



In 2003, after resigning his job, Sriram put together a foundation called NalandaWay to educate and empower children from low-income backgrounds, as well as those who have lived through the trauma of child labour, disaster, violence, HIV, trafficking, and more. 



NalandaWay is different in several ways. Other than just providing education, the organisation works with children to “achieve through artp
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