For a cause…known and still forgotten   4 comments

This is a blog to create awareness and call for you help and active participation to make dreams come true. Yes a dream come true for few underprivileged children who still fight for their right of education. I still remember this hoarding which read out loud “We are poor and can’t get an education, but we will always be poor if don’t an education”. I am sure many people would have gracefully ignored it as it was no brand promotion ad with offers glued on it.

AWAAZ DO an initiative taken by UNICEF to ask the citizen of India to be that change. And it rightfully makes each and everyone aware that it’s now our opportunity to bring that change and make the difference. It’s trying to draw the attention of all the citizen towards “The Right to Education Act” or commonly known as the RTE Act.

In a country with the second largest population, also put forth a grave problem when it comes to the RTE for those 8 million children who still have not been privileged enough to enjoy this benefit. I am sure that most of would at least remember few clauses of the Indian Constitution that portrays our fundamental rights. So this also equally important to realize that this RTE act is also to protect the right of those 8 million children. As right to education is also one of the most important fundamental right.

The time is NOW! Make A Difference.
Stand up and make some noise! Join the Awaaz Do movement by signing up now for India’s children. Ask your friends to be a part of getting every single girl and boy into school. Do it now for India’s future.

Come forward and donate to UNICEF to help change 8 million lives.

Spread the word to your family and friends. You can SMS, e-mail or just talk to them and ask them to speak up and raise their voice for children. One voice can make a difference and together we can help change the future of 8 million children. The time to begin is NOW!

Few feasible and recommended steps by UNICEF:

Find a school near you and make a visit. Check if the school has:
• Separate toilets for boys and girls.
• Drinking water and places for students to wash their hands with soap.
• Playgrounds for playing sports and having fun.
• A school library for students and their teachers.
• Mid-day meals for children.

You can meet the school head, teachers, community members and even the parents of children enrolled there and talk to them about the RTE Act. Let them know about the highlights and let them know how every child can benefit.

Awaaz Do!

Awaaz Do



Posted November 30, 2010 by aropkp in Uncategorized

4 responses to “For a cause…known and still forgotten

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