COMMUNITY AWARENESS PROGRAM AND EXTENSION ACTIVITY ON WORLD GIRL CHILD DAY

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NOIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING

COMMUNITY AWARENESS PROGRAM AND EXTENSION ACTIVITY ON WORLD GIRL CHILD DAY

Date: 11-oct-2023

Time:10 am onwards

Venue: Jewar, Gautam Buddha Nagar, UP

Total No. of participants: 62

OUR TIME IS NOW-OUR RIGHTS, OUR FUTURE

The International Day of the Girl (IDG) – observed annually on 11 October – is a global platform to advocate for the full spectrum of girls’ rights. This year, at a time when we are seeing a range of movements and actions to curtail girls’ and women’s rights and roll back progress on gender equality, we see particularly harsh impacts on girls. From maternal health care and parenting support for adolescent mothers, to digital and life skills training; from comprehensive sexuality education to survivor support services and violence prevention programme; there is an urgent need for increased attention and resourcing for the key areas that enable girls to realize their rights and achieve their full potential.

Responding to girls’ calls for change, the global community must move beyond reaffirming commitments and invest boldly in the action needed to make that change. When we pay attention, we see that, already, many girls are championing solutions and change in their communities. Together with our government and civil society partners, UNICEF envisions a world where girls have space to shape government policy and spending to inform the rules and norms by which businesses should operate, and to direct the priorities for new research and innovations. These examples should not be novelties, but the norm. 

A community awareness program and extension activity on World Girl Child Day” was conducted on 11th Oct 2023 by School of Nursing, Noida International University at Jewar, Gautam Bhudh Nagar, UP.

The objective of this program was to enhance the knowledge regarding World Girl Child day –

  • To spread awareness among people about inequalities faced by girls in the country.
  • To promote awareness about the rights of girl children.
  • To increase awareness on the importance of female education, health, and nutrition.

The Chief Patron for the workshop was Dr. Devesh Kumar Singh, Hon’ble Chairman, NIU. He is an educationist and an academic leader with the vision, belief, value, understanding and work legacy of quality Education.

The Chief Patron for the workshop was Dr. Vikram Singh, Hon’ble Chancellor, NIU. He is an academic leader with the vision, conviction, appreciation, knowledge, and work legacy of high-quality education.

 A Community Awareness Program and Extension Activityon “World Girl Child DayWas Conducted On 11t h Oct 2023 By School Of Nursing, Noida International University.

The Patron for the Program was Prof. (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, NIU. She is a leader in higher education with the vision, conviction, appreciation, knowledge, and work ethic of great education.

The Patron for the Program was Prof. (Dr.) Parsanjeet Kumar, Hon’ble Pro Vice Chancellor, NIU. He is an educationist and an efficient academic leader with a keen focus on Research and publication development.

Prof. (Dr.) Dipak Sethi Director School of Nursing, as the Convenor. He guided and encouraged us throughout our program.

 Through Nuked Natak and health education we aware the community people regarding world Girl Child day. We all discussed about the importance of girls .There are more than 60 people present over there. Program was successfully done and at last we encouraged people about all these things

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