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Events 2017

Date : Sunday, 15 January 2017

Venue : Lodhi Garden, New Delhi

Our student volunteers performed a “Nukkad Natak” at Lodhi Garden and through the play, they highlighted the need of maintaining cleanliness and promoted the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” undertaken by our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. The play was profusely applauded by the visitors to the park.

Date : Sunday, 26 February 2017

Venue : Malviya Nagar, South Delhi

On 26th February, a Parvaah team of 15-20 volunteer took their time out to visit the shops / fruit and vegetable vendors in the Malviya Nagar locality and distribute eco-friendly cloth bags among them so that these bags can be used to replace polythene bags.  Our team explained the harmful effects of plastic bags to the shopkeepers and urged them to get rid of them and instead use the cloth bags that don`t pose any threat to the environment.

Date : Sunday, 09 April 2017

Venue : Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi

Around 40 children volunteers of Parvaah visited Sarvodaya Enclave and spent 5 hours, from 7 am till 12 noon cleaning and painting the dilapidated walls of the locality. When the painting by the kids was over, the walls were a sight to behold.

Date : Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Venue : Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi

On 23rd and 24th May 2017, school students totaling 46 participated in the “wall painting event” organized by Parvaah at the Senior Citizens` Park at Sarvodaya Enclave, Delhi. The highly enthusiastic participation of our volunteers made the event a stupendous success. The children painted flowers, butterflies and other eye-catching images on the walls, thereby transforming them into eye-catching structures.

Date : Friday, 09 June 2017

Venue : Mahamaya Park, Noida

Shramdaan Day1

On 9th June 2017, the first day of the 5 day-long “Shramdaan” event organized by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, our student volunteers enthusiastically visited the Mahamaya park in Noida and participated in Shramdaan. They removed litter thrown around in the park and cleaned it thoroughly. Our children volunteers also planted trees and took a pledge to keep the environment clean.

Date : Monday, 12 June 2017

Venue : Lodhi Garden

Shramdaan Day2

Our young and energetic volunteers assembled at the Lodhi Garden at 9:30 am on 12th June 2017 and took part in the second day`s activities of “Shramdaan” organized by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India.  The cleaning of the park and tree-planting done by our volunteers received appreciation from all visitors to the park.  Besides, through a dance performance, our children volunteers highlighted the importance of keeping our surroundings clean and green.

Date : Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Venue : Indraprastha Park, Delhi

Shramdaan Day3

More than 100 people from the Environment Ministry were present at the third day`s “Shramdaan” event, held at the Indraprastha Park and all of them, along with the visitors, appreciated the skit on waste segregation performed by our team of volunteers.  This performance, together with the tree-planting and cleaning of the park done by our volunteers, were the highlights of the day.

Date : Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Venue : Nehru Park

Shramdaan Day4

On day 4th of the 5 day-long “Shramdaan” event, the children volunteers of Parvaah first swept the Nehru Park using brooms and then cleaned the park thoroughly by removing garbage strewn around. They were assisted by the visitors in the cleaning as well as planting of saplings and apart from these activities, our volunteers also took an oath to protect the environment. 

Date : Thursday, 15 June 2017

Venue : National Zoological Park, Delhi

Shramdaan Day5

On the 5th and final day of the “Shramdaan” event, the cleaning, planting of saplings and other “shramdaan” activities done by our team of young volunteers at the National Zoological Park, Delhi and other locations were applauded by our environment minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan., which delighted and motivated our kids to continue volunteering for social causes.  On that day, a “nukkad natak” was also staged by our children volunteers, which was praised by one and all.      

Date : Sunday, 02 July 2017

Venue : Adchini, New Delhi

On 2nd July, volunteers of Parvaah, along with residents and nature lovers of Delhi, organized a protest campaign outside “The Mother's International School”. The aim of the campaign was to raise objection against the felling of big and healthy trees on Aurobindo Road, which had been continuously being carried out on the road for a week and stop tree-cutting immediately. The cutting of trees was a part of a project aimed at widening the Aurobindo Marg and reducing congestion on the road. Our young volunteers and other tree lovers formed human chains and highlighted the importance of saving trees. Our children volunteers had also tied rakhis around the trunks of the trees whose branches were already cut off by the Public Works Department (PWD) and held placards with slogans underlining the numerous benefits of trees written on them. This protest campaign has prompted Imran Hussain, the environment minister of the Delhi government, to instruct the Forest Department to stop cutting of trees on the road, thereby resulting in a victory for all nature lovers of Delhi.

Date : Tuesday, 04 July 2017

Venue : The Ashok Hotel, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

The young volunteers of Parvaah  participated in the “Ankur Rakhee Bazaar” held at Hotel Ashok,  Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. A range of products designed by our women workers such as Exquisite Gota Jewellery, Trendy Sling Bags, Designer Cotton Dupattas, Waist Pouches, Money Envelopes and School Notebooks made out of handmade paper were displayed for sale at the Parvaah stall set up at the “Ankur Mela”. All our products were sold and the money obtained from the sale was used in purchasing new raw materials and increasing the number of products. Our participation at the Ankur exhibition was aimed at the economic empowerment of our women workers.

Date : Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Venue : Hotel Holiday Inn, Sahkar Marg, Jaipur

On 18th and 19th July, Team Parvaah took part in the ADA Exhibition and showcased products made by underprivileged women. The response that we received from visitors at the Parvaah stall was stupendous which further encouraged our women workers to put in more efforts to enhance their production of exquisite articles.

Date : Thursday, 17 August 2017

Venue : New Delhi

On 17th August, Parvaah was felicitated by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Environment Minister, Government of India for its excellent work towards solving environmental issues. The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change issued a certificate in which our contribution to the environment and the society over the years had been appreciated. To be recognized by the Government of India is a matter of great pride for us and we will cherish it forever.

Date : Friday, 01 September 2017

Venue : Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi

Parvaah  had organized a painting event at Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi on 1st and 2nd September 2017 and it proved to be an extraordinarily successful event. Our highly enthusiastic and motivated children volunteers assembled at the colony at 8 am to take part in the event. With the paint brushes and buckets of paint provided by Parvaah, they first started painting the Entry/ Exit gates of the colony and then painted the Market-area-wall, entry gates to the DDA Park and more than 10 walls of Central Park. When the painting was over by 2 pm, the entry/exit gates, walls and several other structures of the colony were a sight to behold and even the passers-by couldn`t stop admiring them. The painting event was aimed at keeping Sarvodaya Encalve clean and promoting the social cause of maintaining cleanliness.

Date : Sunday, 24 September 2017

Venue : Jaipur, Rajasthan

On 24th September, Team Parvaah had organized a “दो Muthhi Ahaar” Drive at Akshat Nilay, Somdatt and Geejgarh apartments. Our student volunteers went door to door in these colonies and collected more than 1000kgs of food grains which were then distributed among the underprivileged living in the neighbourhood. With hundreds of volunteers taking part in the event and people in huge numbers coming out to support it, the  campaign proved to be highly successful. Once the event was over, our children volunteers got one and all, including the residents, passers-by and others to sign the “No Cracker Pledge” forms to ensure that the upcoming festival of Diwali remained cracker-free and this in turn helped in reducing pollution levels.

Date : Saturday, 14 October 2017

Venue : New Delhi

It was 14th October and our team of young volunteers led by Shreya Chauhan,  a grade 7 student of SBS Noida, spent the entire day  educating friends, family and neighbourhoods in Delhi about the harmful effects of  pollution caused by bursting crackers. Our volunteers went from shop to shop and House to House and got No Cracker Pledge” forms signed by the residents.

Date : Monday, 16 October 2017

Venue : Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi

Our student volunteers enthusiastically participated in the “Diwali Mela” organized by the Sarvodaya Enclave Residents Welfare Association (SERWA) at Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi. They carried out a “cracker-free and pollution-free Diwali” campaign at the event and it was a grand success. Our children volunteers were able to get 2300 anti-pollution pledge forms signed by each and everyone, including security guards, children assembled at the Mela and the visitors to the exhibition. The dignitaries present at the event, Rajeev Kumar, Vice Chairperson of NITI Aayog and Somnath Bharti, MLA, Malviya Nagar also signed the pledge forms. And above all, our volunteers were applauded by Somnath Bharti ji for the amazing work done by them towards increasing awareness against burning firecrackers as a part of Diwali celebrations.

Date : Saturday, 09 December 2017

Venue : Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi

On 9th December, dozens of student volunteers of Parvaah came together to distribute eco-friendly cloth bags made by underprivileged women workers among the residents of Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi and shopkeepers running their businesses in and around the colony so that harmful plastic bags could be replaced. Apart from distributing cloth bags, our volunteers had also urged the vendors and residents to minimize their carbon footprints through carpooling, using public transport more frequently, reducing the use of private cars, planting as many trees as they can and taking other essential measures.

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Swachh Bharat Campaign

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Tree Plantation Drive

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Anti-Plastic Drive

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'Paint Your City Walls' Campaign

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