Humanitarian clown Kyle Barnard to entertain India's disabled & poor
15-year-old Kyle Barnard from Australia was bullied as a child, and turned to clowning as a way to make himself and others smile.
He runs a humanitarian clowning program, which has regular events for people with disabilities in the United States.
He is on a trip with 40 clowns to India to bring laughter to people living with leprosy, with brain and spinal injuries and those suffering from poverty.
Kyle has raised money for the trip himself through his weekend job as a basketball umpire.
At present, Kyle with his clown group is in south India and plans to visit children mental health centre, aged care and hospital, cerebral palsy home, health centre for poor women and others.
The activities planned by the group are Bollywood Night, Laughter Yoga, Special lunches and dinner, games night, yoga, meditation and others.