Understanding Gender Dysphoria and Transgenderism

Transgender Ration Kit Distribution Child Help Foundation

6-Year-Old Rahul goes through his day just like any other kid. He hangs out with his friends, plays sports and goes to school regularly. But the only time he is ‘himself’ is at night when…

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Nature-Based Learning Why Every Child Should Experience Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education Child Help Foundation

In the era of screens and schedules, the call of the wild is frequently drowned out by the hum of technology and the pressures of contemporary life. However, within the concrete jungle, there…

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English Language Day Why English is Important and How You Can Improve Your Speaking Skills

23rd April has been designated as “English Language Day’ by the United Nations. The date 23rd April was selected as it is the birth and death anniversary of William Shakespeare, one of the greatest…

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The Importance of Gender-Responsive Education in Schools

The need for respectful relationships and communication Child Help Foundation

In the pursuit of creating inclusive and equitable societies, one of the most crucial battlegrounds is within our educational institutions. Schools are key to shaping attitudes, beliefs, and opportunities for future generations. A key strategy…

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World Art Day: How Art Inspires and Develops Your Brain

World Art Day Child Help Foundation

15th April is annually celebrated as World Art Day to promote awareness of creative activity worldwide by the International Association of Art (IAA). The day is dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci’s birth anniversary, who has…

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World Autism Awareness Day: Celebrating Neurodiversity

Autism Awareness Child Help Foundation

Every year on April 2nd, the world gathers to commemorate Autism Awareness Day. This day is a reminder to encourage understanding, acceptance, and inclusion for those on the autism spectrum. It's time to celebrate neurodiversity…

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International Children’s Book Day - Importance of Early Reading

International Children’s Book Day Child Help Foundation

In the age of quick entertainment and consumption, reading has taken a back seat to television and mobile phones. The eyes of children are often found buried in screens rather than books. While a recent…

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Celebrating World Water Day: Nurturing the Planet's Lifeline

Water Day Child Help Foundation

Every year on March 22nd, people worldwide gather together to commemorate World Water Day, a day dedicated to campaigning for the sustainable use of freshwater resources. This commemoration, established by the United Nations in 1993,…

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Celebrating World Water Day 2024: ‘Water For Peace’

Importance of Clean Water Child Help Foundation

Every year on March 22nd, World Water Day reminds us of the critical role that water plays in sustaining life on Earth. This global observance raises awareness about water-related issues and highlights the importance of…

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National Science Day: Role Played by Indian Scientists You Should Know About

National Science Day Child Help Foundation

To celebrate Sir C. V. Raman’s discovery of the Raman Effect, 28th February is annually celebrated as National Science Day in India. Sir C. V. Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930…

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The Importance of Play Therapy For Children

Impact of play therapy on children’s mental health Child Help Foundation

In childhood, where imagination reigns supreme and emotions run wild, the significance of play cannot be overstated. Play therapy, a specialized form of therapy tailored to children's unique needs serves as a powerful tool in…

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science - Let’s Look Back to the Achievement of Women.

Women in Science Child Help Foundation

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is observed on February 11th of each year to honour the vital contribution that women and girls play in the disciplines of science and technology throughout…

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Sarojini Naidu: The Nightingale Who Sang For Freedom

Sarojini Naidu and Mahatma Gandhi Child Help Foundation

On 13th February, 1879, Sarojini Naidu was born in Hyderabad to Aghorenath Chattopadhyay, an Indian educationist and reformer. Her father was a principal of Nizam College and held a doctorate of Science from Edinburgh University.…

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Safer Internet Day: How to Stay Safe on the Internet

Safer Internet Day Child Help Foundation

The Internet has become an unavoidable and crucial part of our lives. No matter where you go, being connected to the internet is an absolute necessity. But with the rise of the Internet came many…

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The Impact of STEM Education on Future Careers

STEM Education Child Help Foundation

STEM has emerged as a cornerstone of modern learning methodologies. But what is STEM education? STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics – an integrated approach that fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration

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Nurturing Minds in the Heartland: Unveiling Teacher Perspectives in Rural Settings

Teachers - A Confidant Child Help Foundation

Let's travel back in time to the glorious times when there were rivers, lush vegetation, and a constant supply of pure air. Even the fruits and vegetables were grown organically, each home had its own…

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Birth Anniversary of Friedrich Engels: How His Work is Still Relevant Today

Friedrich Engels Child Help Foundation

Born on 28th November, 1820, Friedrich Engels was a German philosopher, political theorist, historian, journalist, and revolutionary socialist . Along with Karl Marx, Engels compiled The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital.

Friedrich Engels helped define…

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Universal Children’s Day: Five Inspiring Children You Should Know About

 Universal Children's Day

While Children’s Day in India is celebrated on 14th November every year; Universal Children’s Day is celebrated on 20th November annually to honour the Declaration of the Rights of the Child by the…

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Educational Disparities: Hindering the Future Minds

Educational Disparities Child Help Foundation

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X

The above quote helps us to understand that it’s safe to say that no one…

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Paying Homage to C.V. Raman on His Birth Anniversary

C.V. Raman Child Help Foundation

Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, commonly known as C.V. Raman, was one of the greatest scientists in Indian history. A recipient of the Nobel Physics Prize in 1930 for his work on the scattering of light

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National Unity Day: Honouring the Values of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

National Unity Day Statue of Unity Child Help Foundation

On October 31st 1875, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was born in Nadiad, Gujarat. A barrister by profession, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was one of the most trusted of Mahatma Gandhi’s allies. He was instrumental in organizing peasants…

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The Future of the World: Celebrating World Students Day

Student’s Day Child Help Foundation

“Books become permanent companions. Sometimes, they are born before us; they guide us during our life journey and continue for many generations.” - A.P.J Abdul Kalam

A school is where most of a child's childhood…

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Educate, Empower, Excel: International Day of the Girl Child

Educate, Empower, Excel Child Help Foundation

Every year on October 11th, the International Day of the Girl Child is held to raise awareness of and find solutions to the problems girls face worldwide. It strives to support girls' rights and advocate…

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International School Library Month: Introducing Reading to a New Generation

Group Reading Child Help Foundation

The modern digital world has made readers a dying breed. Where once stood a culture of reading, now stands trends dominated by a culture of short-form content. The primary reasons for the decline in reading…

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International Literacy Day - Girls' Education: A Priority

Girls Education Child Help Foundation

There was a time when girls were prohibited from attending school or educating themselves at home. Education was not considered necessary for girls as many older people believed that irrespective of education, girls had to…

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Dream Big, Stand Strong, and Make your Mark On International Youth Day

International Youth Day Child Help Foundation

On this International Youth Day, we recognise the limitless potential, courage, and unwavering determination of young people throughout the world. It is a day to inspire young people to dream big, persevere in the face…

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International Day of World’s Indigenous People: Celebrating the Tribal Culture of India

Indigenous Art in India Child Help Foundation

According to the World Bank, Indigenous People are ‘distinct social and cultural groups that share collective ancestral ties to the lands and natural resources where they live, occupy or from which they have been…

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Celebrating the Legacy of Nelson Mandela on His Birth Anniversary

Nelson Mandela International Day Child Help Foundation

There are a few men on earth who could be a contender for ‘the greatest man to ever walk the earth’. Nelson Mandela was one of them. Born on 18th July 1918 in a small…

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Empowerment of Girls Through Education

Girls Education Child Help Foundation

“When girls are educated, their countries become stronger and more prosperous.” - Michelle Obama

A girl's education entails more than just having her attend school. Equal opportunity should be provided for girls to finish…

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Children's Art Week: The Importance of Art in Childhood

Children Designing Rangolis Child Help Foundation

Art and Artists have pushed humans to realms unknown. While often shunned by cynics, as a hedonistic pastime, Art has the power to move and change the world order. Art helps us to make sense…

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Bridging the Gap: Supporting Students with Health Issues in their Educational Pursuit

Supporting Children in their Educational Pursuit Child Help Foundation

Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Every child in this world has the freedom to learn and lead a brighter future but unfortunately,…

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The Power of Reading: Fostering Love for Books in Children

Fostering Love for Books in Children Child Help Foundation

Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.
-Charles W. Eliot

Reading was a habit every…

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Celebrating Some of the Best Indian Museums on this International Museums Day 2023

International Museum Day Child Help Foundation

Museums are a treasure house of knowledge, filled with artefacts that cannot be found easily. However, in recent times, Museums have become a dying trend.

We can’t help but be heartbroken while looking at the…

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The Importance of Sustainable Development Goal Four

What are Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals, were formulated and adopted by the United Nations in the year 2015, as a universal call to action to end…

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The Role of Education in India’s Economic Development

A Dynamic Economy Begins With A Good Education.
-Bob Taft

Education is one of the most important aspects of development. It has a significant impact on a country's economic…

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Back to School? Precautions for students in Schools during COVID-19

Today, one of the most difficult issues parents are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic is keeping their children safe. With many schools around the country now offering in-person classes, one of the largest challenges…

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Center for Excellence: The need for such Initiatives

Under the Quality Education Sustainable Development Goals - 4 (SDGs), as set by the United Nations (UN) Child help Foundation, is implementing multiple programs to ensure that every child receives quality primary education. Our grassroots-level…

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Why Gender Equality is Important in Educational Institutions

Socialization is a universal and continuous process that begins with the birth of an individual till their death. It refers to an ongoing process of learning the expected behaviours, values, norms, and social skills…

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National Education Day

Every year, 11th November is observed as the National Education Day in India. It is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of India’s first Education Minister Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The Ministry of Human…

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NIPUN Bharat and Other Educational Programs

India's Ministry of Education launched the National Initiative for Proficiency in Reading with Understanding and Numeracy (NIPUN), on 5th July 2021, under ex-Union Minister for Education Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'. The objective of NIPUN Bharat…

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Education System

India is the home to the biggest and most complicated education system in the world. Education is an important and powerful tool to open the golden door of choice, range, freedom which can change the…

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