One of those initiatives which are really making a difference in the lives of people.
From an article on Bangalore Mirror:
After plastic, paper and clothes, it is the turn of the humble cycle to be recycled in a bid to empower poor and needy children.
Two Bangaloreans have been collecting unused and/or old cycles from across the city and repairing them before donating them to needy children.
The duo — Pradeep V V, a co-founder of Mapunity.in, and Mayank Rungta, a software professional with Juniper Network India Pvt Ltd, set up the Ride A Cycle Foundation after reading of a similar initiative elsewhere. Pradeep says, “Last year, I came across a story about a doctor couple in Mumbai who would go around the city collecting old cycles and repairing them before distributing them among the needy. Their project is called the Bicycle Project.
More info about Pradeep and Mayank’s initiative can be found at Cycle Recycle blog. In December, they provided the first set of recycled cycles to students of two NGOs.
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Dude :-))Excellent work.. Keep progressing. Way to start !!Cheers !!