One of the biggest challenges for the ECCD component is the lack of space in the anganwadi centers. The project has been addressing this issue with a small step taken every year. In 2014, the poorly utilized space in the MCD polyclinic premises where two centers functioned has been developed as an ‘interactive’ floor. The floor has integrated learning elements into the floor, is bright and attractive, and made of concrete making for easy maintenance and uses local technique of Tile Mosaic Work or ‘cheeni ka kaam’. This is yet another example of the project recognizing the need to reclaim public spaces for the most vulnerable sections of society.