Education For 100 Girls In An Urban Slum In India (#5003)
REPORT ON CHILDREN’S DAY IN AN IDENTIFIED SLUM AREA (Ranga Reddy, District.)
SUMMARY : The project will enable 100 children to receive the National Festival cheerfulness especially for children who celebrates the Children’s Day.
ABOUT THE CHILDREN : It is a special day for 100 Girl Children. This provided a mega celebration with all the eatables, refreshments etc.,. Children took active part in competitions held. They are over joyed and participated in fancy dress competition. Some of them won prizes. Parents are also very happy to see their children in the decorative costumes and are thankful to you for the kind support.
RDOET IN ACTION : (RDOET) HAO India distributed chocolates, biscuits to one and all. Also distributed play materials to children who took part in competitions. Children happily received them & enjoyed well.
CHILDREN’S DAY : Children’s Day is an event celebrated on various days in many places around the World. In India Childrens Day falls on 14th November every year with a great celebrity. It is celebrated on the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehruji who love and was loved by children. He was called as “Chacha ji” by children. As a tribute to his love for children Pandit Nehru is also regarded as the Country’s special child to have been the India’s first Prime Minister after his long struggle for Independence to India.
Schools in our Country celebrate the day in different manner. Cultural programmes and other activities like quizzes, fancy dress competitions, elocutions will be organized on that day. The day is ear-marked with lot of activities for children. Institutions like Balbhavans and also Jawahar Balabhavans have special programmes for children in variety of areas and also well equipped with libraries, games etc.,. Teachers perform dances and songs for their students to make them feel happy and cheerful.
“Children are like tender buds in a Garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow.”
Dr. (Mrs). P. Usha Abraham, CEO, RDOET (HAO India).
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