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August

Janmashtami Celebration

  

On the 18th August 2017, LGWCDC celebrated Janmashtami. This day is celebrated as the birth day of Lord krishna all over India. Legend goes that King Kansa who was very cruel had been predicted that he would be killed by his nephew. Knowing this he went to kill his sister Devaki. But Devaki’s husband pleaded to let go Devaki and promised that they would hand over all their new born child to Knasa. Kansa put the two in jail and there was a strict vigilance. As time passed Devaki

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July

The World at Her Feet- A Women Empowerment Conclave

A women empowerment conclave was organised by German Football Academy on July 21st 2017. 7 Sheroes spoke about their lives, inspirations and how sports has played an important role. Among the seven sheroes was Our President Ms.Suranjana Basu Das.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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07

July

25th year celebration of LGWCDC

On the 6th of July 2017 LGWCDC stepped into its 25th year and to mark this  occasion a cultural program was organised. The children performed songs and dance. The SHG members also sang songs. A theatre group name New Alipore Prachyo enacted  a dram based on Gurudev Rabindranath Tagores poem “Debotar Grash”

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09

December

Orange Day Celebration

On the 8th of December, 2016 the SHG members of LGWCDC gathers to Observe Orange Day to Protest Violence against Women. Some members spoke on how they had overcome domestic violence. Short films were shown on the issue.

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October

Workshop to ban Plastic Bag Usage

A workshop on ban of plastic bag usage was held on 18-19 October 2016 at IITD, Kolkata.27 youths from 9m Organisations participated in the Workshop. Youths painted slogans and logos on cloth bags. all the participants went to the nearby market place and distributed the cloth bags to customers and informed them about the ill effects of use of plastic bags. Simultaneously a signature campaign was also held .

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10

June

Child Protection Day

LGWCDC observed Child Protection Day on 8th June 2016 at Bantra, Howrah. The day started with a rally from Bantra outpost to Tikiapara Railway/ Bus station. About 70 children, youths and adults participated in the rally.

On reaching Tikiapara railway station, members of children group performed a Street Drama on Child Trafficking. The story starts with a young girl called Misti seen playing with her friends, her mother and father leave for work and after some time the friends also leave and she is playing alone when one man

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06

June

World Environment Day

World Environment Day (WED) is observed every year on 5 June to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet Earth.

LGWCDC also joined in this initiative to raise awareness among youths who will be the future citizens of our country.

In association with a local club a sit and draw competition was held where children in the age group of 6-13 yrs participated. The topic was Our Environment.

A quiz competition was held for the youths in the age range of 14-18 yrs. All questions were

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April

Earth Day

Earth Day is observed all over the world on 22nd of April. This event is celebrated in order to increase the awareness among people about the environment safety as well as to demonstrate the environmental protection measures. The earth day was celebrated for the first time, in the year 1970 and then it was celebrated globally on an annual basis by almost 192 countries. This year the theme for the Earth day was “Trees for the Earth”.

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10

March

Women's Day

International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions, the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements.

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January

National Girl Child Day

National girl child day is celebrated every year on 24th of January as a national observance day for the girl child.

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