Entrepreneurship Projects

Community Building Projects

Daryadil Cafe
Daryadil Cafe

Daryadil Cafe is run and managed by the Slow Food Junior Chef's Academy. It happens every second Saturday of the month. The idea behind this cafe is to bring community and friends together to share their learning and support each other. The cafe is run on Gift Culture - Bill se nahi, dil se.

Repair Cafe
Repair Cafe

A Repair Cafe is run and managed by Design Studio and Maker Space. People from the community can bring their home appliances ( such as irons, mixer-grinders, speakers, etc) for our students to repair.

Co-Learning Events
Co-Learning Events

The students have organised several events where they invited children from different parts of Delhi NCR to exchange knowledge, dreams and friendship through different art forms. - Dhinak Dhin Dhaa - Dhamaal Chaukadi - Masti Ki Pathshala - Jugaad Meet

Community Wall Murals
Community Wall Murals

Our students worked with professional artists to paint wall murals in Nandlal Basti (slum) to beautify it. We have a dream of converting the 'slums' of Delhi into leading eco-villages.

Neighborhood Urban Gardens
Neighborhood Urban Gardens

The Adda students worked with urban farmers to help promote roof-top farming in Nandlal Basti (slum). We have a dream of converting slums of Delhi into eco-villages.

Supporting Local Business
Supporting Local Business

Our students from the Community Media Academy have designed posters and visiting cards, and conducted product photography for small businesses in the community to promote localization.

Acts of Kindness
Acts of Kindness

The hubs encourage our students to experiment with acts of kindness to build the field of trust and care. One example is when our kids cook sweets and serve them to street people in the community during festival time.

Community Performances
Community Performances

Our dance team and music band regularly share performances in community-organised events.

Learning Melas
Learning Melas

Our team organised a community learning mela. The idea was to create a gathering in community spaces (like parks, temples, etc.) for our students to share their learning experiments and friendship with the community.