WWI Faculty Helps Screen Deserving Students for NGO Scholarship Program in Media and Entertainment Industry

WWI partners with UNICEF to promote education

Janhavi Adukia and Madhura Kamble, two Khwaab student volunteers, organised a wonderful reading session for kids from Nine Is Mime and Amcha Ghar on Sunday, 16th April 2023 at Whistling Woods International campus. The event served to launch the Whistling Woods International Foundation and UNICEF reading campaign for every child to read. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the UNICEF India team for coming up with this initiative and collaborating with Whistling Woods International. We can work to make sure that every child is able to read and learn, which will result in a better future for everyone. Whistling Woods International is adamant about the value of education and how it can change the world. We remain committed to promoting education and are committed to supporting initiatives like these.

  • Event date:April 16, 2023