CHILDREN’S DAY

Children’s day is celebrated on the 14th of November in India to commemorate the birth of Jawaharlal Nehru known as Chacha Nehru, also known for his love for children. we celebrated children’s day all across our centres.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru once said “The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country.”

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Children are naturally helpful, kind, innocent, and friendly. They want everyone to be happy and their laughter and cheerfulness can brighten anyone’s day. But children nowadays are getting trapped into doing something contrary to their interests or intentions which is a barrier for them to build their future. We have seen that children are being distracted from becoming something in life while working in communities, these days children do not show keen interest going to school and attain education. Keeping this in mind we celebrated children’s day all across our centers including Nagpur and Chennai with national children day on 14th and ended with international children’s day on 20th November. On this auspicious day we made children know their rights, the level of education they should attain, and how they can get a healthy living environment where they feel safe at home, school or other places.

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As a part of children’s week, we organized a health checkup camp for primary children in a Zilla Parishad School Bokhara. 60 children got checked up and given recommendations to up and maintain their growth and development.

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