Man takes reading to rural children with 'Books for all'

Samia Kapoor, CNN-IBN | Jan 08, 2013 at 10:49am

New Delhi: Pravin Bhasin is a man on a mission running libraries under 'Books for all' for poor and marginalised children. With 3,000 books, 25 volunteers, 3 centres across the National Capital Region, Pravin Bhasin goes about to ensure that reading books doesn't die in this digital age. With generous donations from friends, neighbours and colleagues, 'Books for All' is encouraging literacy, especially amongst marginalised children. Through story telling, interactive toolkits and learning activities, Bhasin is helping 600 children from the neighbouring villages discover the joy of reading and learning.