Humanity still exists in this world and during this coronavirus pandemic, we have witnessed a lot of samaritans who have come forward and extended a helping hand. On the same note, the City International School and the NGO named DEVI Sansthan has stepped forward to provide free education to over 350 children who have lost either one or both their parents during this pandemic, media reports suggest.

The founder of the school and NGO --- Sunita Gandhi --- had approached the UP Women and Child Welfare Directorate with an offer to educate children who lost parents due to COVID or have an income of less than 3 lakh per annum. She further said that the students can also stay in the care of the school where she has set up a residential section also. 

Elaborating over the move, Gandhi said all they can do is give a loving and nurturing environment in which they can rebuild their lives, create memories ad thrive as well. 
"We have decided to support Mukhya Mantri Bal Sewva Yojana, a step taken by the chief minister, Yogi Adityanath, who has pledged to support these children with their education with a laptop and Rs 4,000 per month until they turn 18," added Gandhi.

The state director of Women and Children Welfare lauded the initiative and appealed to other institutions in the state to come forward and help the children.