Happy Triangle Foundation was founded in 2016 to create a space for educational growth and thinking together. It began with workshops on critical thinking, gender, and climate change, and also included skills workshops with working women, and health awareness programs. Our goal is to facilitate spaces for new thought in economically and socially vulnerable children and women.
During the coronavirus lockdown we are providing pulses and grains to over 20 families every two weeks. The lockdown also shut schools which meant no more after-school workshops for students. To replace the workshop and create a magazine each month we can tell stories and share art. Happy Triangle Magazine covers stories on Indian history, self-learning, and the coronavirus. It aims to provide a form of learning aid during the lockdown, especially for those who may lack tech-learning facilities. It is curated to assist and improve English reading and comprehension skills for readers between the ages of 8 to 15 years. It began in August 2020 and now reaches 200 readers every month in Mumbai. It is distributed for no charge. The magazine focuses on teaching young children in a way that engages them in new conversations and ideas.
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