Nyarugusu DailyStep English Clubs vision 1.To help young refugees to learn English as a key of communication and development 2.To help young pregnant girls and mothers, can an education. As normal schools won't allow them to attend (they are seen as a disgrace, yet many became pregnant by being raped) 3.To encourage refugees especially those who are considered by the community as being disadvantaged to due poor English skills or home life.
Since writing my article about the amazing work of Dr Sunil Kumar Hebbi and his foundation, I have done more research on the challenges faced by the lack of adequate healthcare in India. It is estimated that the lack of diagnostic tools and unexperienced healthcare professional in rural areas is contributing to the appalling state … Continue reading To the world, I say – earning more & more money is good but should never limit the purpose of our existence.
India’s healthcare system was ranked 112 out of 190 countries by*WHO (World Health Organisation) in its 2000 report. It's estimated that people have to cover 70% out of pocket expenses. This high cost has driven many people in slums and poorer urban areas, to not seek medical care. The demand for basic medical services in … Continue reading It is every person’s right to receive basic healthcare. It shouldn’t only be available to people who can afford it…
I share these stories not to promote sympathy but to give these young brave courageous men and women a voice. A voice to the world that doesn't know they exist. And, in doing so they feel that someone cares, that their lives matter. Isn't that what we all want? To know that our lives matter. … Continue reading Our lives matter… isn’t that what we all want? To know our lives matter to someone.