Reduced Inequalities

REDUCED INEQUALITIES       

Inequalities exist in all societies in their various forms- be it gender-based, economic-based or caste, or race-based.
With constant efforts at a global level somehow, there has been a slight reduction in gender-based and caste/race, based inequalities. But with emerge of globalization economic inequalities have only increased, the gap between rich and poor have just gone wider. Thus, comes the constant need to increase awareness and efforts towards the reduction of all forms of inequalities.

 

To continue the same momentum the students of grade VI to VIII, under the guidance of Mrs. Ruchi Singh, have performed Musical Plays and Debates as part of the IDS project on Topic "REDUCED INEQUALITIES". In a bid to reduce the variations and differences everywhere, students have worked in groups to improve their collaboration and research skills. They have also developed a positive and sensitive attitude towards the differences that exist around them in society.  

 

They also wrote articles to share their views on " The right, benefits and proper boundaries of Gender and Economic inequalities." 

Water and Sanitation- A right and a duty    

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene, or WASH, are issues that affect the health and wellbeing of every person in the world. Everyone needs clean water to drink. But for hundreds of millions of others, water, sanitation, and hygiene are constant sources of stress and illness. The quality of water, sanitation, and hygiene in a person’s life is directly correlated to poverty, as it is usually joined by lack of education, lack of opportunity, and gender inequality. 

To create awareness among the young generation, The Future creators, an IDS activity was done under the guidance of Ms. Babita, including Poster Making and Project Making, and class IX and X students participated in it. 

This project not only promoted hygiene and increased access to quality education but also supported national and local interventions to establish equitable, sustainable access to safe water and basic sanitation services in the society. 

 
 
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