As children increasingly consume junk food, some Bengaluru schools have adopted strict policies to ensure that their students eat healthy. These schools’ policies range from providing food cooked at school itself, to replacing any junk food children bring from home
Students from six Sanjay Nagar schools participated in the Walk to School event held on November 5th. The initiative encourages school children to be active, and in turn be more aware about their neighbourhood.
Enfold had organised a panel discussion on creating safe spaces for children in schools on November 28th. Experts shared the recommended protocols and systems to be followed by schools as per the CPP and POCSO Act.
4-year-old Nawaz passed away from pneumonia. Afflicted with cerebral palsy, he was also severely malnourished. The responsibility for his death could very well fall on the hospital that refused to treat him.
What are the options for a girl child, now the only support for her blind mother? This is the story of one such girl—the breadwinner of her family— a story that will set you thinking about the flowers under your feet.
Yesterday – Anjaneya. Today Meghala. How many more kids should die before malnourishment is tackled? Isn’t this a testimony to the carelessness of the IT city, Bangalore, towards its poor and underprivileged?
A tale of two little girls in Bangalore – Meghala, 6 and Disha, 3. Both of them fell sick around the same time. Disha recovered quickly and is back to her bubbly self. Meghala died on 17 July. Was she a child of a lesser god?
Bangalore has been witnessing variety of fevers this monsoon, some of which are dengue cases. Early detection can reduce the pain and trauma whole family has to endure if a child is affected with dengue.