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MINDFULNESS IN THE TIME OF QUARANTINING Quarantine is a very emotionally vulnerable time and it is very important to practice mindfulness for a calm and peaceful lifestyle. While the world is struggling with new Corona Virus cases everyday and more than 3 billion people are under a lockdown, we are under a threat of developing problems like anxiety and depression. We can take certain steps to ensure that our mental health remains good and we take care of ourselves. 1.        Work out in small time gaps- The next time you see a short ad break on television, get up and do a quick 30 round of squats and lunges. While washing dishes, practice heel rising. While waiting for milk to boil in the kitchen, do 10 pushups. This will ensure that there is good blood circulation in the body. 2.       Skipping and Hula Hoop: A skipping rope or hula hoop are available with most people at home, so start working out in small sets every morning and let those happy hormones out. 3.       Dancin

World Water Day, on 22 March

The World Water Day 2020 campaign explains statements such as: We cannot afford to wait. Climate policy makers must put water at the heart of action plans. Water can help fight climate change. There are sustainable, affordable and scalable water and sanitation solutions. Everyone has a role to play. In our daily lives, there are surprisingly easy steps we can all take to address climate change. World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water. This year’s theme, ‘Water and Climate Change’, explores how water and climate change are inextricably linked. As the global population grows, so does the demand for water, which depletes natural resources and damages the environment in many places. Solutions include protecting carbon sinks such as oceans and wetlands, adopting climate-smart agricultural techniques, and increasing the safe reuse of wastewater. Water is our most precious resource – we must use it more r


SOME GUIDELINES FOR STAYING SAFE DURING THE CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC With the number of cases in India already crossing 200 and increasing rapidly, there has been a sense of panic among the people. With numerous rumors and Whatsapp forwards, people have been exposed to information that may or may not be true and has no credibility. Thus, all people are requested to undertake the following measures seriously as prescribed by the Ministry of Health guidelines: 1.        Keep washing your hands thoroughly at regular intervals. 2.       Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. 3.       Stay at home when sick. 4.       Practice social distancing 5.       Wear a mask if showing symptoms like coughing. 6.       Keep a sanitizer handy and disinfect things regularly. 7.       Always use a tissue while coughing or sneezing. 8.      If you have fever, cough or difficulty in breathing, seek medical help immediately. 9.       Do not hoard items due to panic buying. 1


INTERNSHIP VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES IN FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION PROJECTS Formal education refers to the education that takes place in the education and training system of a country. It is official, structured and is organized by public organizations or recognized private institutions and results with formal certification recognized by relevant national educational authorities. In simple terms, this means that the certification of completion of education that we receive at the end of our education period is the end result or proof of our skills and knowledge. Formal education is mainly full – time education and is a continuous process with defined stages. Formal education encompasses primary, lower and upper secondary education, higher and university education that culminate in the achievement of a degree or a professional qualification or diploma or a recognized certification. School education is given utmost importance all across the world because it lays the foundat

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY #EachForEqual 2020 An Article By Tvisha

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY #EachForEqual 2020 International Women’s Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the social, political, economic and cultural achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for working towards women’s equality. I magining life without women is quite hard-hitting. The fact remains that all the great people of the world are born from the womb of a woman and it is a woman from whom those great people have taken their initial teachings. And that is the reason we have always emphasized upon giving the due respect to women in their life. And that is why women’s day is celebrated with so much of zeal and it has spread throughout the world. This year’s campaign, #EachForEqual, draws attention to the difference individuals can make. Celebrating women is a way of feeling gratitude to each and every woman in one’s life, be it in the professional or the personal life. International Women’s day is observed every year on 8th of March and it

Happy International Women's Day From HEEALS

Women's Identification Is Bringing Prosperity In The World - HEEALS

Happy International Women's Day !

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY #IWD2020 #EachforEqual March 8, 2020 Women's Identification Is Bringing Prosperity In The World - HEEALS  We Are Making Gender Equality Society . Be a part of it .


FIGHT AGAINST CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION (CSE)   In simple terms , Sexual exploitation  is an act or acts committed through non-consensual abuse or exploitation of another person’s sexuality for the purpose of sexual gratification, financial gain, personal benefit or advantage, or any other non-legitimate purpose. The act or acts of sexual exploitation are STRICTLY PROHIBITED by law. WHAT   DOES CHILD   EXPLOITATION   LOOK   LIKE? Child sexual exploitation is a type of sexual abuse. When a child or young person is exploited they're given things, like gifts, drugs, money, status and affection, in exchange for performing sexual activities. Children and young people are often tricked into believing they're in a loving and consensual relationship. This is called grooming. They may trust their abuser and not understand that they're being abused. Children and young people can be trafficked to be sexually exploited. Sometimes abusers use violence and intimidation to fr