Koni Chiva!

Koni Chiva!
First of all, I am sorry for the late reply. I reached home safely and comfortably yesterday. Nevertheless, I would sincerely like to thank you for all your hospitality and support extended to me while I was there.
It was my pleasure to create awareness and talk about the general challenges Indian children face in their daily life. I’ll be really happy if Amakusa children realize their privileges and do better for themselves after knowing the Indian children situation.
I am also happy that my speech has further encouraged you after understanding the certain new facts about women and children.
Its pleasant to know that Japaneses people admire you for your work, otherwise in India social work is rarely appreciated. I also feel that you are doing a great job by supporting the organisation to support innocent underprivileged poor children.
I hope my Amakusa and Fukushima lectures were as per your expectation?
As you have mentioned, but honestly I don’t feel tired as long as my speeches were successful and have created a good impact. I want to thank you and your team efforts for thoughtfully organizing the 15 days events.

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