The United Nations considers universal access to clean water a basic human right, and an essential step towards improving living standards worldwide. For universal fulfilment of these rights to become reality, we will need the right systems: well-resourced, capable institutions delivering services and changing behaviour in resilient and appropriate ways, which is why Avaagat, a project aimed towards providing children and families with the tools and education to develop sustainable water, hygiene, and sanitation solutions, promotes the best policies and practices for ensuring safe, reliable water, sanitation and hygiene for all people. Avaagat is an initiative taken by Meeraa Ramakrishnan of C10A and Nainika Reddy of C10B in collaboration with the Future Leaders Program conducted by the 1M1B foundation.
Avaagat is used as a platform to spread awareness about the importance of good hygiene and clean water, where in awareness sessions are conducted with children about how they can purify their drinking water through eco-friendly and cheap methods and keep their surroundings, as well as themselves, clean. Another division of Avaagat is the actual solution to its main cause; sourcing clean and healthy water for families that cannot otherwise afford this. Avaagat, using crowd funding techniques and funds obtained through donations, focuses on building water connections and installing water filters in areas that lack pure drinking water connections. Millions of families around the world are suffering from deathly diseases caused by dirty and impure water. Dirty water can cause diseases such as cholera, typhoid and dysentery. Finding ways to prevent these diseases can save up to millions of lives.
To help support Avaagat, participate in upcoming fundraisers and visit our website avaagat.webnode.com/
Environmental Enrichment and Empowerment club marks its first year this October 26. E3 has successfully finished 6 initiatives starting from the Diwali Awareness campaign to the WED Saplings challenged and the cyclathon with HBC and CHIREC. We spoke and shared our perspectives in about 4 conferences from CAScade, GHMC water conservation forum to Doctor’s for Clean Air. This was all possible because of active participation and passion all the 24 members had.
For the upcoming academic year E3 has formed a new, committed and a diverse team comprising of 40 members from grades 8-11. This year our vision is to work on specific types of pollution across the city and incorporate more stakeholders who are responsible. As students we aim to collaborate with various organisation working specific to the pollutions and with a better strategy and commitment E3 aims to create more impact. Few upcoming projects to describe would be to make CHIREC Avenue- a plastic free litter zone, plan to reduce air pollution for the upcoming festival of Diwali etc. E3 is ready to create a larger impact and make a difference in the city we all are living! We want to Empower students to Enrich the Environment!
For more information about our events,
visit our website e3club.org
We are the Interact Club of CHIREC. We are a student run club which performs a multitude of activities. We strive to raise funds and then use those funds for our activities. We work for the social upliftment of the society whilst also conducting various frolicking activities for our members. We are going to start the membership drive as soon as the school reopens. The members get the golden opportunity to take part in all our events and lend a hand for the betterment of the society. We usually visit old age homes, conduct fund raisers, reach out to help the various disadvantaged groups of society, conduct various refreshing activities for our members and the list is endless. Interacting with people from different walks of life and improving our interpersonal skills is what makes our club special. We are that club which works for happiness and satisfaction rather than material advantages. Do join us to help us create a happier and a more peaceful world!
For further details contact Arnav Agarwal, President of the Interact Club, IB11A
For further details contact Arnav Agarwal, President of the Interact Club, IB11A
Many of us are blessed with good education facilities, health and wealth. But, in reality, not everyone is as fortunate. Being privileged individuals, it’s our responsibility to care and share with the community. Many of us have the positive intent to do something good, but we don’t always find an opportunity. In line with this vision, we’ve started the SADE Foundation, an acronym for our mission of Supporting, Assisting, Developing, and Enriching the community, an initiative taken by Mohith Reddy Vankuri (Founder) and Sekhar Musunuri (Head of Operations), of IB 11A and IB 11B respectively.
By organizing charity events, fundraisers, and raising awareness, we can help our community become a better place for everyone. We hope to communicate and work with as many young and dynamic individuals as possible. Our goal is to work together as a determined group to tackle any issue we see fit to address in the community. Together we can achieve milestones. Be it raising funds for an underprivileged school, spreading awareness about the dangers of dengue and precautions to adopt, or bringing the attention of the public to environmental hazards, we can do it all. Together we can accomplish the impossible!
Our upcoming projects are a back to school donation drive, a charity basketball tournament and volunteering opportunities at government schools.
If interested in this initiative, you can learn more at our Instagram page @sade.foundation and email us any queries at email@example.com.
Svasth Organisation is a student-led community organization that aims
to provide affordable and accessible healthcare to under privileged
families. The main objective of this project is to spread awareness
about health and hygiene. We believe in involving the whole student,
parent, and teacher community, to provide the most reliable healthcare
to the under privileged, free of cost. We have several initiatives
planned, such as medial camps at government schools, student led
orientations, and distribution of medicines to the needy under a
practitioner's supervision, for the near future. With your support, we
hope this organisation will be successful in achieving its goals, by
providing much needed health guidance to impoverished families without
compromising on quality. Further updates regarding our initiatives and
volunteering opportunities will be posted on our social media
(Instagram - @svasth_organisation). -- Megha, Kriti and Sumedha, IB
If you want to edit it a little bit, go ahead and if you have any
questions about the project, you can ask any one of us. I've attached
the logo, there's one with the slogan and one without, use whichever
works the best. Thanks for putting it up on Erudite!
Vishwasa-believe in yourself, believe in the future- is an initiative taken up on the Sustainable Development Goal of the UN of ‘Good Health and Well Being’, by Rhea Thakkal and Ankitha Reddy of 10C. The initiative aims to help children from government schools attain vital language & life skills as well as mental health attention. Gaining these two essential aspects builds up a stronger future for these children, and our program helps in facilitating the importance of oneself and teach various skills crucial in today’s society. Such skills for example include, public speaking and trust-building, which are incorporated through different activities. Our project is driven by our passion to be able to ensure that children of all levels are able to excel in this cutthroat competitive society. As well as, understanding the importance of mental health in this society. Not only will these skills help children in their future but will ensure that if they have to drop out of school due to unfortunate circumstances, they will have been imbibed with the basic necessities to lead a comfortable life and go to another level than their previous generations.
Working with about 40 kids+ right now, we see great potential as they’re all keen to learn. We realized that not only do students want these skills but need these skills. We work with teachers regarding how to identify those that have undergone abuse which we believe is vital in today’s society, especially at such a young tender age. With the key resources of the needs of the children themselves and qualified psychiatrists, the backup of our volunteers and our mentor, our project is set to be sustainable and we hope to reach out to as many schools and as many children as possible and provide them with these fundamental skills. We will be visiting the UN in New York City to be a part of the 1M1B Active Impact Summit in December, and we will be showcasing our project.
To learn more about this initiative, refer to our Instagram @vishwasa.hyd.
PERIOD is a global, youth-powered non-profit organisation that is fighting to end period poverty and period stigma through service, education and advocacy. Period Hyderabad is a chapter of this movement and we strive to make an impact.
Our team is an enthusiastic and dedicated set of students of the CHIREC IBDP year 1. Our mission is to secure menstrual hygiene access to schools across Hyderabad and celebrate menstrual hygiene. This year, the team had organised a fundraiser at Hill County for the purchasing and installing of sanitary napkin dispensers at government schools that needed such provisions. Members of the team also went to the Sarath City Capital Mall and intimated a Period Talk wherein they had spoken to strangers about menstruation and the stigma around it in India specifically. Through this talk they wanted to break down this stigma that often deprives woman of the support they require. We also spoke to students in the government school in Masjid Banda to cut off the stigma.
For more information, refer to our Instagram page @period.hyderabad or contact Devesh Bag of IB 11A, President of PERIOD Hyderabad.
CHIREC CAREER CONNECT
In an era of constantly changing technology and ever-thriving innovation, the world is constantly growing into untapped spheres of jobs, careers and hence, directions of life. This erratic and at-times confusing society of working jobs directly correlates with the educational requirements for individuals to survive this phase. In this situation, a student is supposed to make a career-defining choice, which may be overwhelming and at times stressful. CHIREC’s “Career Connect” an annual edition aims to establish the bridge between students and informed choices.
From detailing the aspects entailed in the process to explaining the importance and relevance of each, the newsletter aims to help students and parents to understand the process. It also aims to encourage and help students find their conviction and choose their courses in accordance with
the same. The newsletter consists of personal accounts and testimonials from students and teachers themselves, which helps students to learn from their immediate seniors and relate with their practical knowledge. This newsletter seeks to enrich all readers about the nuanced
experience that every student faces and to ease the seemingly daunting task for students, parents and teachers alike. We hope to engage you with the process of learning and understanding the personality traits desirable in the 21st Century. Do watch out for our debut edition of CHIREC Career Connect.