Young enthusiastic parvaah volunteers Navya Malik a student of the Shri Ram School Aravali and Shreya Chauhan of Jayshree Periwal International School have been enjoying the online classes conducted by their respective schools. A new didi had begun to come to their house for helping them in the house hold chores. When the two realised that like this the didi, there were many who were forced to drop out from school because they dint have a computer and couldn’t continue online studies offered by school. The dynamic teen duo joint hands to do their bit to ensure many more could do an online study. They went house to house to collect old laptops/ tablets / desktops. They got them repaired and donated to the underprivileged children to make studies a little bit easier in this tough time. They held a competition through which they decided which children should get the tablets / laptops/ desktops. Some of these students are being taught free of cost by another brother sister duo, who besides studying are also teaching these students in their free time. They strongly believe that education is the basic right and necessity of each child. They are determined to continue and do their bit in whatever way possible. They have till now supported 32 children to do online study. Congratulations to Navya Malik and Shreya Chauhan.
Date : Saturday, 22 February 2020
Venue : Balmiki Camp, Near Begumpur Village, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi
In association with “Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences” (ILBS), Parvaah had organized an awareness camp and screening of Hepatitis B and C at Balmiki Camp, Near Begumpur Village, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi on Saturday, 22nd February 2020 and it was a huge success. The health camp started at 10 am and continued till 5 pm. A total number of 396 people registered at the camp and out of them 327 were screened for hepatitis B and C infections. The health camp has proved to be enormously helpful in spreading awareness about the liver diseases among the participants.
Date : Sunday, 16 February 2020
Venue : Indira Camp, Near Begumpur Village, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi
Parvaah, in association with the “Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences” (ILBS), organized an awareness camp and screening of Hepatitis B and C at Indira Camp, Near Begumpur Village in Malviya Nagar, New Delhi on Sunday, 16th February 2020 and it proved to be an astounding success. The health camp, which started at 8 am and continued till 5 pm, was inaugurated by Somnath Bharti ji, MLA - Malviya Nagar Constituency and Ex- Law Minister, Delhi and Benu Malhotra, Director, Parvaah at 9 am. In total, 478 participants registered at the event and out of them 379 people were screened for Hepatitis B and C infections. The event has been immensely helpful in raising awareness about the liver infections among children, elders and other participants.
Date : Tuesday, 04 February 2020
Venue : Delhi-NCR
We Care – Liver Care
We, at Parvaah, have been continuously organizing Hepatitis B and C Awareness campaigns in Delhi-NCR with the aim of preventing the acute liver infections that can lead to chronic diseases as well as liver cirrhosis and cancer. In association with “The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS)” and Tiger Logistics (India) Limited, Parvaah had organized a health camp on Saturday, 1st February 2020 at D-174, Phase-1, Okhla Industrial Area, Tiger House, New Delhi. With 150 employees of Parvaah, Tiger Logistics and Jumbo Consultants who had taken the 1st DOSE of Hepatitis B and C vaccination on 3rd August 2019 and 2nd DOSE on 3rd September 2019 at two different camps organized by Parvaah at the same venue, participating in the health camp and taking the third and final dose of vaccination, it proved to be a huge success.
Date : Saturday, 01 February 2020
Venue : Tiger House, Okhla Industrial Area Phase 1,New Delhi
We, at Parvaah, have been continuously organizing Hepatitis B and C Awareness campaigns in Delhi-NCR with the aim of preventing the acute liver infections that can lead to chronic diseases as well as liver cirrhosis and cancer. In association with “The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS)” and Tiger Logistics (India) Limited, Parvaah had organized a health camp on Saturday, 1st February 2020 at at D-174, Phase-1, Okhla Industrial Area, Tiger House, New Delhi. With 150 employees of Parvaah, Tiger Logistics and Jumbo Consultants who had taken the 1st DOSE of Hepatitis B and C vaccination on 03rd August 2019 and 2nd DOSE on 03rd September 2019 at two different camps organized by Parvaah at the same venue, participating in the health camp and taking the third and final dose of vaccination, it proved to be a huge success.
We are thrilled to inform you that the eye check-up camp organized by Parvaah on Monday, 27th January 2020 at ICD Concor Tughlakabad New Delhi was a grand success. In total, 463 people participated in the event and availed the benefits of free eye check-ups as well as free diabetes and blood pressure check-ups made available at the camp. Also, free spectacles were distributed among 354 people belonging to the underprivileged category and 23 participants with eye problems were referred to an authorized centre /hospital where they will receive free consultation, fooding and lodging, medicines and free surgical treatment.
Date : Monday, 27 January 2020
Venue : ICD Concor Tughlakabad New Delhi
Parvaah had organized an eye check-up camp on 27th January 2020 at ICD Concor Tughlakabad New Delhi and it proved to be a stupendous success. Altogether 463 people attended the event and benefitted themselves by availing the free eye-check-ups, free blood pressure and diabetes check-up services made available at the health camp. Besides, 354 people from the underprivileged category received free spectacles and 23 people who participated in the health camp and had eye problems were referred to an authorized center/hospital where they will be provided free fooding and lodging along with other facilities such as consultation, medicines and surgical treatment for free of cost.
Date : Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Venue : Mansarovar,Jaipur
Eco Friendly Products
We are delighted to inform you that on 22nd December 2019 a team of 25 Parvaah volunteers comprising of high school students enthusiastically participated in the Winter Carnival held at the Housing Board Ground at Mansarovar in Jaipur and the Parvaah stall set up at the event was a huge success. People thronged our stall in large numbers, bought all our eco-friendly products and also placed bulk orders which we have already delivered. Paper diaries made by women workers of Parvaah were displayed for sale at the event and with the aim of spreading anti-plastic awareness cloth bags were distributed by the Parvaah team among the visitors. Our efforts towards reducing plastic pollution earned praises from one and all who were present at the event.
Date : Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Venue : AIIMS in Delhi
Women Hygiene leads to Women Empowerment
Parvaah volunteers visit “Rain Basera”, which is a shelter for the homeless and is located at AIIMS in Delhi, on a monthly basis and hand out SANITARY PADS to the young girls and women staying there. Our young volunteers comprising of high school students recently visited the night shelter on Wednesday, 18th December and apart from distributing sanitary pads they also spoke to the people living in the shelter about the importance of ensuring good personal hygiene and how it can help in maintaining good health. Parvaah has taken this initiative to raise awareness about good personal hygiene. This program is spearheaded by Juhi Kedia a student of Jayshree Periwal International School.
Date : Saturday, 11 January 2020
Venue : Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi
Considering the numerous benefits of paper recycling including conservation of natural resources, decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and saving of energy, Parvaah regularly organizes campaigns in several colonies in the Delhi-NCR region to raise awareness about paper recycling. Recently, on 11th January 2020, a team of Parvaah volunteers comprising of 20 high school students reached Sarvodaya Enclave at around 10 am and distributed 200 notebooks made from recycled paper among the residents