Disasters strike in every corner of the world, during almost every season, and on different scales throughout the year. They bring with them devastation and leave behind consequences that affect generations. Often unexpected by their very nature, they leave little time, if any, to prepare. That is why it is extremely important to plan and prepare long before a disaster strikes. After all, ‘Prevention is better than cure’!
Appreciating the efforts taken by our teaching volunteers to overcome the education challenges of the Pandemic.
A child’s summer, which should be fun, has become monotonous today, but it can still be protected by implementing interactive learning methods to lighten their burden.
In an age when time is so precious, it is rare to find people who devote themselves to the service of others. Shruti is one such individual who volunteers to provide equal access to education to underprivileged children
Written by: Anna Abraham Despite living in a world thriving on globalization and progressive ideals, mental health is still a topic of shame and humiliation. It is still considered a taboo and does not receive the appropriate candor it should. In a developing country like India, where progressivism and backwardness run side by side, mentalContinue reading “Bas 5 Minut! for your everyday Mental Health”