US delegation visits Shyamala Gopalan Education Foundation office in India

Praises India’s efforts to combat COVID 

New York: A US delegation led by South Carolina Representative JA Moore visited Shyamala Gopalan Educational Foundation (SGEF) office in Hyderabad and Palvancha in India last Friday. SC Representative praised India’s efforts to combat COVID-19 under the Modi government.

Moore said it is heartening to see India’s giant strides in developing the COVID-19 vaccine. “India is home to many vaccines that are being developed indigenously or manufactured in collaboration, and the credit for this victory over pandemic goes to Narendra Modi and his government,” he added.

Moore spoke about the society’s education, healthcare, sustainability, and social service initiatives and appreciated the Foundation’s climate change programs, TREE FOR LIFE and NO TO PLASTIC.

Introducing JA Moore, the representatives of society told that, as a staunch supporter and personal family friend of Vice President Kamala Harris, he endorsed her 2020 candidacy along with US President Joe Biden.

JA Moore said, “That’s why I joined Shyamala Gopalan’s advisory board.” The Foundation was created to honor Shyamala Gopalan, an Indian-American mother who influenced her daughter Kamala Harris’ life.

The team praised N Suresh Reddy for taking on the mission and for the Foundation’s influential work, especially Sri World School, which aspires to revolutionize the education sector by providing never-before-seen educational and infrastructure standards as one of the world’s most distinctive educational Projects.

“I will share my findings with Vice President’s office soon after reaching the US,” JA Moore said.

Later in interaction with the SGEF team, Moore promised that his crew and he would support the society’s excellent mission.

He’s working with the foundation to create a World Summit on Education Series to share educational solutions, programs, and innovation. Representatives, senators, and other U.S. leaders will attend the formal ground-breaking in November 2022.

The US delegation expressed their happiness over their visit to India, saying, “A nation with a kaleidoscopic variety and rich cultural heritage, we will cherish these memories forever and we will make sure this tour is a new beginning and leap towards a genuine educational collaboration between India and the US.” (ANI)

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