WECAN has been my home since I was 5. My father died when I was very young and my illiterate poverty stricken mother enrolled me here. My days here at WECAN were the happiest of my life. I received full education which later helped me acquire a job at Mumbra after my husband deserted us - my 5 year old child and me. In 1994, I came back to WECAN to work as supervisor where I look after the resident girls.

Dilnawaz Bhurjee





Dancing their way
to happiness

Computers will carve my success

Creativity pays

Healthy minds, healthy future

Stretch to satisfaction

 WECAN Products

Handpainted Ceramic dinner plate

Embroidered Kurta

Handpainted Tiles
for the Kitchen

Tie and dye dupatta

Handpianted Tiles for the Kid's rooms


BKS Iyengar inaugurates the new centre

Sarod performances at the inauguaration

The school band

The girls put up an interesting act

An enthralled audience

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