Help And Care

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Education Awareness Programmes

Help And Care Society take one step forward in the Era of education. Education is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. There are many reasons children do not go to school or stay until they are done. They may have to walk a long distance to get to school, have no food to eat at home, there is no teacher or they have to take

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Stop Violence Against Women

In the ancient Indian women held a high place of respect in the society as mentioned in Rigveda and other scriptures. Violence is as abuse and include any sort of physical aggression or mis behave. When violence is committed at home it becomes domestic violence and involves family members such as children, spouse, parents or servants. Domestic violence may involve different means such as hitting, kicking, biting, shoving, restraining, throwi ng objects.

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Save Girl Child

Save girls, save the girl child, or Beti Bachao, Beti Bachao Andolan, is a campaign in India to end the gender-selective abortion of female fetuses, which has skewed the population towards a significant under-representation of girls in some Indian states. The "Beti Bachao" campaign is supported by human rights groups, non-governmental organizations, and state and local government in India. Sex-selective abortion, or female foeticide, has led to a

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Child & Mother Care

The behavioral and social benefits of mothers’ care continue through the teen years. Simply asking about their children’s lives, encouraging their interests, and spending free time with them is associated with a decreased likelihood of adolescents’ behavioral problems, and youths who feel a close bond with their mothers are less likely to engage in violence. The frequent experience of family dinners, likewise, is linked to a lower risk of substance

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Organ Donation

Organ transplants save lives. Also, donor families tell us that the act of donation helps them in their grieving process. It does not take away the pain of their loss; however, it does help them to know that someone else is alive because of their loved one’s donation. Listed below are some of the ways organ transplants help recipients:

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Sanitation can be defined as hygienic measures taken to maintain public health, which includes safe disposal of humanwastes, waste water and solid wastes, control of vectors of diseases, domestic, personal and food hygiene. Poor sanitation impacts the well – being of people in several ways: Key causes of diarrhoeal diseases, which in developing countries, take a heavy toll of lives, especially children’s lives. Most of the diseases that result

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Kedarnath Relief Fund

Our organization has raised an initiative to help kedarnath disaster victims, by collecting a fund via relief campaign which will be used in helping injured, homeless and hungry pilgrims.

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As most people are well aware, the immediate impacts of flooding include loss of human life, damage to property, destruction of crops, loss of livestock, and deterioration of health conditions owing to waterborne diseases. As communication links and infrastructure such as power plants, roads and bridges are damaged and disrupted, some economic activities may come to a standstill, people are forced to leave their homes and normal life is disrupted.

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Worldwide, at least 133 earthquakes occurred in 2011, during which people died, were injured or lost their homes or which caused immense damage to property. January 2012, the year 2011 had the highest global economic losses due to earthquakes on record

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Landslides, in India, take a heavy toll on life and property every year. Indeed, they are one of the most significant contributors to aggregate national losses caused by natural disasters1, both of property and lives (human as well as live stocks) The monetary costs associated with landslides result from damages to structures, loss of land as well as of the loss of income accruing from the land, and disruption to communication routes. These also

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Child Labour

CHILD LABOUR : Millions of children work to help their families in ways that are neither harmful nor exploitative. However,estimates say that around 150 million children aged 5-14 in developing countries, about 16 per cent of all children in this age group, are involved in child labour,throughout the world, around 215 million children under 18 work, many full-time. Although aggregate numbers suggest that more boys than girls are involved in child

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