Photos by Christina Kang
Tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
Jessica K. Lee ’08 (left) works with a Hindi-speaking student from the Rai Foundation, interviewing the women about their health, their children’s health, and education issues. The surveys collected were later used to create a unique project to benefit one of the slum communities in India.
Monkeys freely wander the Rai Foundation campus where MIT students stayed during a summer project in India. The monkeys like to climb up buildings.
Monkeys sit on an eroded wall at the Rai Foundation campus in India.
Deepalaya students use a ramp outside their school as a slide during break. Deepalaya is a non-governmental organization that provides education to children, especially female students, from economically and socially weaker areas.
Musheer Riaz, a final year student at the Rai Foundation campus in Faridabad, India, interviews community members in the camps outside Delhi, India.
Burra Dharani Dhar interviews camp dwellers outside of Delhi, India. Dhar is a final year student at the Rai Foundation in Faridabad, India.
A child runs naked through the waste-filled paths of a camp outside of Delhi, India.
Although other children around him are full of excitement, one child has heavy eyes as his mother tries to console his pain.
A young mother watches over her children at a construction site. The children glance longingly at the bright McDonald’s restaurant next to them as people eat behind the large, sparkling windows.<< First 1
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