Kutumb is dedicated to promoting the total development of the individual by way of building language skills, bridging developmental gaps, and addressing issues of identity; this process of exposure is accomplished through theatre and football, among other creative methods.
Indradhanush students answered the question, what does Azaadi meant to me? What does my ideal country/city look like?
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Sports for Change footballers explore the Olympic value of pursuit of excellence. Using a football drill, we explore peer pressure, and how we can make healthy choices and strive to be the best at whatever we do.
A video highlighting our Dhamaa Chaukdi training sessions with non-profit educators and government school teachers.
Goal of Life peer coach Durgeshwari talks about her experience as a coach.
Square One Theatre troupe members performed a play called This Place We Call Home.
Sacchai ki Jeet video created as part of Kutumb’s remote drama-in-education engagement during the Pandemic.
This videos highlights our Qissagadh Active Library.
Kutumb currently works for the empowerment of disadvantaged young people in Khan Market, Ali Vihar, Nizamuddin Sunder Nursery Basti, and Savda-Ghevra J.J. Resettlement Colony (on the Northwest Delhi border, 7 km from Mundka). We also work in four village government schools in Noida, and three inter-colleges. We run an arts hub, Square One, in Sector 10, Noida.