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  • While on a research expedition in Costa Rica, researchers discovered an object inside a sea turtle& #039 ;s nostril and it was initially thought to be a tube worm. They tried to remove it to clean the turtle& #039 ;s airway. As they pulled the object further out, they began to doubt that it was something else. Able to discuss the object more closely, they discovered that it was a plastic drinking straw. Later the straw was completely pulled out.

    Not every turtle or sea animal is so lucky to be rescued like that. Over 100 million marine animals die each year due to marine debris, and more than half of the world& #039 ;s sea turtles have ingested some plastic or human trash.
    Plastic straws are 11th most found ocean trash. It takes 200 years for a plastic straw to decompose and at most places, they are not recycled.
    Thankfully we have come with a solution.
    Want to know what?
    Stay tuned for more!

    #webringchange
    #webethechange
    #enactusrlac
    #weallwin
    #EnactusIndia
  • While on a research expedition in Costa Rica, researchers discovered an object inside a sea turtle's nostril and it was initially thought to be a tube worm. They tried to remove it to clean the turtle's airway. As they pulled the object further out, they began to doubt that it was something else. Able to discuss the object more closely, they discovered that it was a plastic drinking straw. Later the straw was completely pulled out.

Not every turtle or sea animal is so lucky to be rescued like that. Over 100 million marine animals die each year due to marine debris, and more than half of the world's sea turtles have ingested some plastic or human trash. 
Plastic straws are 11th most found  ocean trash. It takes 200 years for a plastic straw to decompose and at most places, they are not recycled. 
Thankfully we have come with a solution.
 Want to know what? 
Stay tuned for more!

#webringchange
#webethechange
#enactusrlac
#weallwin
#EnactusIndia
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  • World Food Day 2018
    With October 16 observed as World Food Day 2018, here& #039 ;s a look at how India fares on the World Hunger Index. India occupies the 103rd spot (from 119 countries) ranked on the 2018 global hunger index. It accounts for a quarter of the world’s undernourished population. Despite making efforts to pull millions out of poverty, India has a long way to go.
    Everyone has a role to play in achieving #ZeroHunger , but countries, institutions and people need to work together to reach this goal. The choices we make today are vital for a secure future of food. Here& #039 ;s a list of simple actions FAO provides, to help you make #ZeroHunger way of life, to help re-connect to food and what it stands for:
    1. Don& #039 ;t waste food
    2. Produce more, with less
    3. Adopt a more healthy and sustainable diet
    4. Advocate for #ZeroHunger !

    As a participant in World Food Day, Enactus JMI has developed a wide array of resources for food professionals- Jasola Women and Kudumbashree women by our project Imdaad. We encourage you to use them to help spread the word about the need for foods that promote healthier people everywhere and the continuing role that food science is playing in finding solutions to feeding the world, both today and in the future.

    #enactus #enactusindia #enactusdelhi #newdelhi #india #worldcup #nationals2018 #jmi #jamiaMilliaIslamia #socialentrepreneurship #instafood #enactusworldcup #Unitednations
  • World Food Day 2018
With October 16 observed as World Food Day 2018, here's a look at how India fares on the World Hunger Index. India occupies the 103rd spot (from 119 countries) ranked on the 2018 global hunger index. It accounts for a quarter of the world’s undernourished population. Despite making efforts to pull millions out of poverty, India has a long way to go. 
Everyone has a role to play in achieving #ZeroHunger, but countries, institutions and people need to work together to reach this goal. The choices we make today are vital for a secure future of food. Here's a list of simple actions FAO provides, to help you make #ZeroHunger way of life, to help re-connect to food and what it stands for:
1. Don't waste food
2. Produce more, with less
3. Adopt a more healthy and sustainable diet
4. Advocate for #ZeroHunger!

As a participant in World Food Day, Enactus JMI has developed a wide array of resources for food professionals- Jasola Women and Kudumbashree women by our project Imdaad. We encourage you to use them to help spread the word about the need for foods that promote healthier people everywhere and the continuing role that food science is playing in finding solutions to feeding the world, both today and in the future.

#enactus #enactusindia #enactusdelhi #newdelhi #india #worldcup #nationals2018 #jmi #jamiaMilliaIslamia #socialentrepreneurship #instafood #enactusworldcup #Unitednations
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  • No matter how you slice and dice it, food and love are inextricably tied.

    For all the foodies out there, today is your day as we celebrate World Food Day with lots of enthusiasm.
    The ultimate motive of this day is to increase awareness of the crucial need for effective agriculture and food policies to make sure there is enough food available for everyone throughout the world.

    But no matter how much food bloggers emerge in our country, the reality of this nation is drastically opposite.

    India occupies the 103rd spot ranked on the 2018 global hunger index and Nearly 1 in every 4 children in urban India is malnourished and the scarcity of food is still stunting the growth of many backward states.

    With the need for healthy cooking and eating habits, arises the need for clean water, and that& #039 ;s where Unnayan- An initiative started by Enactus DTU plays its role. Unnayan assures the supply of clean and safe drinking water to many areas where contaminated water is making people suffer on daily basis. We are contributing to this cause.

    Are you?

    #EnactusDTU #EnactusIndia #unitednations #WeAllWin
  • No matter how you slice and dice it, food and love are inextricably tied.

For all the foodies out there, today is your day as we celebrate World Food Day with lots of enthusiasm. 
The ultimate motive of this day is to increase awareness of the crucial need for effective agriculture and food policies to make sure there is enough food available for everyone throughout the world.

But no matter how much food bloggers emerge in our country, the reality of this nation is drastically opposite.

India occupies the 103rd spot ranked on the 2018 global hunger index and Nearly 1 in every 4 children in urban India is malnourished and the scarcity of food is still stunting the growth of many backward states.

With the need for healthy cooking and eating habits, arises the need for clean water, and that's where Unnayan- An initiative started by Enactus DTU plays its role. Unnayan assures the supply of clean and safe drinking water to many areas where contaminated water is making people suffer on daily basis. We are contributing to this cause.

Are you?

#EnactusDTU  #EnactusIndia  #unitednations #WeAllWin
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  • There& #039 ;s power in naming yourself, in proclaiming to the world that this is who you are. Wielding this power is often a difficult step for many transgender people to cope up with the difficulties of the world that they live in.
    We at Enactus Shaheed Rajguru College take immense pride in our first step towards realising this power, marking the launch of Project Pehchaan.
    #projectpehchaan #enactus #enactusindia #weallwin
  • There's power in naming yourself, in proclaiming to the world that this is who you are. Wielding this power is often a difficult step for many transgender people to cope up with the difficulties of the world that they live in.
We at Enactus Shaheed  Rajguru College take immense pride in our first step towards realising this power, marking the launch of Project Pehchaan.
#projectpehchaan #enactus #enactusindia #weallwin
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  • World Food Day is celebrated around the globe to mark the creation of Food and Agriculture Organisation.
    In addition to that, it is celebrated to create worldwide awareness of food insecurity and hunger. 1 in every 8 people sleeps hungry each night. Hunger is a crisis that has more than a billion people in it’s grip. This World Food Day, let’s pledge not to waste, but to save food.
    #EnactusRajguru #EnactusIndia #savefoodsavelife #worldfoodday #Weallwin
  • World Food Day is celebrated around the globe to mark the creation  of Food and Agriculture Organisation. 
In addition to that, it is celebrated to create worldwide awareness of food insecurity and hunger. 1 in every 8 people sleeps hungry each night. Hunger is a crisis that has more than a billion people in it’s grip. This World Food Day, let’s pledge not to waste, but to save food. 
#EnactusRajguru #EnactusIndia #savefoodsavelife #worldfoodday #Weallwin
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  • Our Actions Are Our Future...! On this World Food Day , We must promise ourselves to never waste food..as an initiative and contribution to save food for those millions who are hungry ...Lets us make a big difference with our small actions...!
    #worldfoodday #internationalfoodday #enactusindia
  • Our Actions Are Our Future...! On this World Food Day , We must promise ourselves to never waste food..as an initiative and contribution to save food for those millions who are hungry ...Lets us make a big difference with our small actions...!
#worldfoodday #internationalfoodday  #enactusindia
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  • “We know that a peaceful world cannot exist one-third rich and two-thirds hungry.”
    -President Jimmy Carter
    We celebrate WORLD FOOD DAY every year around the world on October 16, which marks the discovery of FAO of UN in 1945.
    Since then, the world has seen an overwhelming decline in the figures that denote hunger round the world. Yet, 195.9 million people go hungry everyday, 21.0% of children under 5 are underweight. And on the other hand, it is estimated that nearly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year gets lost or wasted.

    Enactus DSC, has always been concerned for those struggling with hunger. Through our projects, we avail the underprivileged with resources that help them fulfill their basic necessities.

    To feed someone is not an act of charity but an act of justice instead!
    This year, let us all pledge to have justice for all those who are hunger-struck. Let us come forward to share the nimiety with the deprived!

    #SocialGood #WelAllWin #TimeToChange #TimeToAct #EnactusDSC #EnactusIndia
  • “We know that a peaceful world cannot exist one-third rich and two-thirds hungry.”
-President Jimmy Carter 
We celebrate WORLD FOOD DAY every year around the world on October 16, which marks the discovery of FAO of UN in 1945. 
Since then, the world has seen an overwhelming decline in the figures that denote hunger round the world. Yet, 195.9 million people go hungry everyday, 21.0% of children under 5 are underweight. And on the other hand, it is estimated that nearly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year gets lost or wasted.

Enactus DSC, has always been concerned for those struggling with hunger. Through our projects, we avail the underprivileged with resources that help them fulfill their basic necessities.

To feed someone is not an act of charity but an act of justice instead!
This year, let us all pledge to have justice for all those who are hunger-struck. Let us come forward to share the nimiety with the deprived!

#SocialGood #WelAllWin #TimeToChange #TimeToAct #EnactusDSC #EnactusIndia
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  • Officially in the World water race many teams took part but we are proud to announce that Enactus UFPA won this competition.
    A big congratulations to the team for their hard work and dedication. 👏🏻 #weallwin
    #EnactusIndia
    #Enactusrlac
  • Officially in the World water race many teams took part but we are proud to announce that Enactus UFPA won this competition.
A big congratulations to the team for their hard work and dedication. 👏🏻 #weallwin
#EnactusIndia
#Enactusrlac
  •  61  3 15 October, 2018
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  • "My view is that at a younger age your optimism is more and you have more imagination. You have less bias." - A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

    Dr. Kalam believed that students are like clay, they can be modelled into something new, something progressive, something symbolic of the vibrant future of India.

    This inspirational personality was not just the people& #039 ;s President , but a teacher, scientist, professor, author, and policy maker.
    Enactus IPCW is proud to celebrate the 87th birthday of an icon of such grandeur. We swear to live by his ideals, as they have driven students to encompass in their pursuits a greater good for the society.

    #Enactus #WeAllWin #EnactusIndia
  • "My view is that at a younger age your optimism is more and you have more imagination. You have less bias." - A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

Dr. Kalam believed that students are like clay, they can be modelled into something new, something progressive, something symbolic of the vibrant future of India.

This inspirational personality was not just the people's President , but a teacher, scientist, professor, author, and policy maker. 
Enactus IPCW is proud to celebrate the 87th birthday of an icon of such grandeur. We swear to live by his ideals, as they have driven students to encompass in their pursuits a greater good for the society.

#Enactus #WeAllWin #EnactusIndia
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  • #enactusdeshbandhu
    On the auspicious day of World White Cane Day, we, Enactus Deshbandhu are celebrating it by presenting a few glimpse of products made by our beneficiaries of Project Amartya.
    In our project, we are trying to impart the required skills and knowledge to the beneficiaries so that when they set out to manage their own business independently. They are fully equipped to carry out the basic operations of a business in view of the constant dynamic business environment. The beneficiaries are a part of each and every step in the project, right from planning to organizing, directing, implementing and controlling project entirely. Building in a sense of ownership and enhancing and sharpening their entrepreneurial skills, we are trying and equipping them with business skills to carry out a successful project. They, thus, will become proficient enough to uplift not only themselves but their whole community. Our team focuses on being with the beneficiaries at every step to their way. We aim at providing them with professional training through our successful collaborations, educating them with the required business skills, supporting them in their challenges with monetary and non- monetary incentives. Performing a difficult task with a strength of empowerment is what our beneficiary determines. The platform we will provide them will help them in a transition from unskilled domestic workers to professionally skilled workers.
    Do have a look.

    #enactus #enactusindia #projetamartya #whitecaneday #weallwin #blindawareness #handmades
  • #enactusdeshbandhu 
On the auspicious day of World White Cane Day, we, Enactus Deshbandhu are celebrating it by presenting a few glimpse of products made by our beneficiaries of Project Amartya.
In our project, we are trying to impart the required skills and knowledge to the beneficiaries so that when they set out to manage their own business independently. They are fully equipped to carry out the basic operations of a business in view of the constant dynamic business environment. The beneficiaries are a part of each and every step in the project, right from planning to organizing, directing, implementing and controlling  project entirely.  Building in a sense of ownership and enhancing and sharpening their entrepreneurial skills, we are trying and equipping them with business skills to carry out a successful project. They, thus, will become proficient enough to uplift not only themselves but their whole community. Our team focuses on being with the beneficiaries at every step to their way. We aim at providing them with professional training through our successful collaborations, educating them with the required business skills, supporting them in their challenges with monetary and non- monetary incentives. Performing a difficult task with a strength of empowerment is what our beneficiary determines. The platform we will provide them will help them in a transition from unskilled domestic workers to professionally skilled workers.
Do have a look.

#enactus #enactusindia #projetamartya #whitecaneday #weallwin #blindawareness #handmades
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  • Every year on October 15, a day of the worldwide movement of blind people from dependency to full participation in society is observed. Indeed, it is a day to celebrate as we& #039 ;ve come a long way since 1921, when James Biggs of Bristol, UK, first decided to paint his cane white to be more visible to motorists in his home.
    George A. Bonham, of the Lions Club International, is referred to as the man who brings the white stick to America - for a remarkably similar reason to James Biggs.The Lions soon decided to paint the cane white to make it more visible. This move was so effective that in 1931 Lions Club International began formally advocating the use of white canes for blind people.
    But what we want to talk about today is the fact that in both of the stories we just mentioned, the blind person was the more visible, not their seeing colleague, who needed to be more attentive. And so a pattern is created. A pattern that works to be seen.
    Over the years, white Cane has evolved as a symbol for Blind of great significance.
    White cane is associated with independence and freedom - not only because it gives blind and visually impaired people the opportunity to navigate their environment, but also because in a prejudiced world they become equivalently visible.
    It is this visibility contest that makes White Cane Day so important to so many people - about 285 million of visually impaired in the globe.
    White Cane day is symbolic of how identifying a problem properly can half solve it. From understanding the need for more Braille books at institutions, creating more employment opportunities for them and leading them in the direction of positivity by giving them access to technology and infrastructure that is friendly to them.
    Here at Enactus Deshbandhu, we celebrate this day by sharing inspirational stories of blind, spreading awareness on problems faced by Blind and working towards the betterment of visually impaired with our Project Amartya.
    We believe White Cane Day is not just a celebration of independence and freedom - it& #039 ;s also time for the world to say, "We See you". #enactus #enactusindia #enctusdbc #blindawareness #whitecaneday #blindpeopleproblems #powertoempower
  • Every year on October 15, a day of the worldwide movement of blind people from dependency to full participation in society is observed. Indeed, it is a day to celebrate as we've come a long way since 1921, when James Biggs of Bristol, UK, first decided to paint his cane white to be more visible to motorists in his home.
George A. Bonham, of the Lions Club International, is referred to as the man who brings the white stick to America - for a remarkably similar reason to James Biggs.The Lions soon decided to paint the cane white to make it more visible. This move was so effective that in 1931 Lions Club International began formally advocating the use of white canes for blind people. 
But what we want to talk about today is the fact that in both of the stories we just mentioned, the blind person was the more visible, not their seeing colleague, who needed to be more attentive. And so a pattern is created. A pattern that works to be seen.
Over the years, white Cane has evolved as a symbol for Blind of great significance. 
White cane is associated with independence and freedom - not only because it gives blind and visually impaired people the opportunity to navigate their environment, but also because in a prejudiced world they become equivalently visible. 
It is this visibility contest that makes White Cane Day so important to so many people - about 285 million of visually impaired in the globe. 
White Cane day is symbolic of how identifying a problem properly can half solve it. From understanding the need for more Braille books at institutions, creating more employment opportunities for them and leading them in the direction of positivity by giving them access to technology and infrastructure that is friendly to them. 
Here at Enactus Deshbandhu, we celebrate this day by sharing inspirational stories of blind, spreading awareness on problems faced by Blind and working towards the betterment of visually impaired with our Project Amartya.
We believe White Cane Day is not just a celebration of independence and freedom - it's also time for the world to say, "We See you".#enactus #enactusindia #enctusdbc #blindawareness #whitecaneday #blindpeopleproblems #powertoempower
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  • "Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it’s a good place to start" -Jason Collins, first openly gay player in the NBA.
    India has been witnessing a prolonged battle to decriminalise homosexuality. On 6th September 2018, a revolution finally eventuated, when the Pride Flag was unfurled giving the LGBTQ community the right to be who they are without any fear; the fear of being judged, the fear of being outlawed.
    To make its own little contribution in support of the act, Enactus Satyawati has launched its new project ‘Project Sahyog.’ We at Project Sahyog will be working with the LGBTQ community to analyse the difficulties faced by them and try to chalk out the possible solutions by teaching them how to utilise their talents so they never have to be financially and professionally dependent. This will include educating them about their rights, providing them the skills to convert raw materials into the finished product and uplifting them through social awareness about equality. The motto of this project is to ‘Grow Together.’ We believe that every individual has the ability to make a difference in their community - not in the form of charity - but by using the positive power of business. With this view, we hope that this project will witness exceptional accomplishments, and that we take a step further towards equality among the masses.
    Let’s envision India as a country where people realise that before being Queer, they’re human beings; like us. Let’s be a role model for kindness and inclusion and create a safe space for everyone.
    #enactusindia #enactussatyawati #weallwin #enactus
  • "Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it’s a good place to start" -Jason Collins, first openly gay player in the NBA. 
India has been witnessing a prolonged battle to decriminalise homosexuality. On 6th September 2018, a revolution finally eventuated, when the Pride Flag was unfurled giving the LGBTQ community the right to be who they are without any fear; the fear of being judged, the fear of being outlawed. 
To make its own little contribution in support of the act, Enactus Satyawati has launched its new project ‘Project Sahyog.’ We at Project Sahyog will be working with the LGBTQ community to analyse the difficulties faced by them and try to chalk out the possible solutions by teaching them how to utilise their talents so they never have to be financially and professionally dependent. This will include educating them about their rights, providing them the skills to convert raw materials into the finished product and uplifting them through social awareness about equality. The motto of this project is to ‘Grow Together.’ We believe that every individual has the ability to make a difference in their community - not in the form of charity - but by using the positive power of business. With this view, we hope that this project will witness exceptional accomplishments, and that we take a step further towards equality among the masses. 
Let’s envision India as a country where people realise that before being Queer, they’re human beings; like us. Let’s be a role model for kindness and inclusion and create a safe space for everyone. 
#enactusindia #enactussatyawati #weallwin #enactus
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  • "The only thing worse than being blind is, having a sight but no vision" - Helen Keller
    Legally blind since childhood, Olympic track and field athlete and marathon runner Marla Runyan never let her vision loss stand in the way of her athletic dreams.
    At age nine, Runyan developed Stargardt’s Disease, a form of macular degeneration that left her legally blind. Despite the gift of vision being unavailable to her, she completed her education along with two Master& #039 ;s degrees.
    Runyan first tried out and qualified for the US Olympic team in 1996 in the heptathlon, but did not ultimately make it onto the team. Undaunted, she won a gold medal that year in the Paralympics—for the second time since 1992 (she holds a total of five gold medals for the Paralympics). In 1999, she won the gold medal in the 1500-meter race at the Pan American Games. With her sites still set on the Olympics, in 2000 she became the first blind athlete to qualify for the US Olympic team in the 1500-meter event.
    A world class runner, Runyan finished as the top American, with the second-fastest debut time by a woman, in the New York City Marathon. She finished fifth place in the Boston Marathon in 2003; seventh place in the Chicago Marathon in 2004, and first place in the Twin Cities Marathon in 2006. Runyan’s other awards include: three-time Outdoor Track and Field National Champion (2001-2003); three-time Road 5K National champion (2002-2004); and several American records for various running events. 
    Over the years, although her vision impairement has worsened she has co- authored her Autobiography - No Finish Line: My Life As I See It. 
    Since 2013, Runyan has served as teacher and Ambassador for the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts. She has been actively coaching at Northeastern University along with her husband.
    On the eve of White Cane Day, Enactus Deshbandhu shares her story as a quintessential example of how one can look beyond it& #039 ;s inabilities and leave a mark in the history.

    #enactus #enactusdbc #enactusindia #powertoempower #weallwin #blindawareness #blindpeopleproblems #whitecaneday #blindworldissues #inspire #athelete #olympics
  • "The only thing worse than being blind is, having a sight but no vision" - Helen Keller 
Legally blind since childhood, Olympic track and field athlete and marathon runner Marla Runyan never let her vision loss stand in the way of her athletic dreams.
At age nine, Runyan developed Stargardt’s Disease, a form of macular degeneration that left her legally blind. Despite the gift of vision being unavailable to her, she completed her education along with two Master's degrees. 
Runyan first tried out and qualified for the US Olympic team in 1996 in the heptathlon, but did not ultimately make it onto the team. Undaunted, she won a gold medal that year in the Paralympics—for the second time since 1992 (she holds a total of five gold medals for the Paralympics). In 1999, she won the gold medal in the 1500-meter race at the Pan American Games. With her sites still set on the Olympics, in 2000 she became the first blind athlete to qualify for the US Olympic team in the 1500-meter event.
A world class runner, Runyan finished as the top American, with the second-fastest debut time by a woman, in the New York City Marathon. She finished fifth place in the Boston Marathon in 2003; seventh place in the Chicago Marathon in 2004, and first place in the Twin Cities Marathon in 2006. Runyan’s other awards include: three-time Outdoor Track and Field National Champion (2001-2003); three-time Road 5K National champion (2002-2004); and several American records for various running events. 
Over the years, although her vision impairement has worsened she has co- authored her Autobiography - No Finish Line: My Life As I See It. 
Since 2013, Runyan has served as teacher and Ambassador for the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts. She has been actively coaching at Northeastern University along with her husband. 
On the eve of White Cane Day, Enactus Deshbandhu shares her story as a quintessential example of how one can look beyond it's inabilities and leave a mark in the history.

#enactus #enactusdbc #enactusindia #powertoempower #weallwin #blindawareness #blindpeopleproblems #whitecaneday #blindworldissues #inspire #athelete #olympics
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  • “The only disability in life is a bad attitude”. Bhavesh Bhatia, a blind street vendor, changed the course of his life and many other’s with his positive attitude to look beyond the vision the he lacked. Bhavesh was not born blind, but at the age of 23 his eyes finally gave up on him. Inspired by the teachings of his mother and the values inculcated in him, he choose not to give up. He decided to put his creativity in play and make a fortune from it. Soon enough he was just another vendor standing in the corner of a local market in Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra, India.
    With the obligation of paying 50 rupees rent per day and arranging for resources to make candles, his struggle held him down everyday. But his optimistic approach encouraged him to fight the odds at every stage of his struggle. “Luck favours the brave” and it did. Being granted a loan of rupees 15000 from Satara Bank under a special Blind Scheme, there was no ceasing his growth.
    From15 kilos of wax, two dyes and a hand cart for Rs 50, Bhavesh made his way to become a multi- crore businessman with prestigious clients all over the world and a dedicated team of 200 employees - all of whom are visually impaired.
    Today Sunrise Candles uses 25 tonnes of wax a day to manufacture their 9,000 designs of plain, scented and aromatherapy candles.Their client list includes Reliance Industries, Ranbaxy, Big Bazaar, Naroda Industries and the Rotary Club. Bhavesh, a man who never considered his blindness as a curse to him. His acceptance to his loss and his willpower to overcome all obstacles, made him a multi-millionaire entrepreneur of The Sunrise Candles Company.
    On the Eve of White Cane Day, Enactus Deshbandhu brings you inspiring stories to inspire and empower blind people around us.
    #enactus #enactusindia #emactusdbc #blindawareness #blindpeopleproblems #blindindia #powertoempower #weallwin #spreadawareness #whitecaneday #guidingtheblind
  • “The only disability in life is a bad attitude”. Bhavesh Bhatia, a blind street vendor, changed the course of his life and many other’s with his positive attitude to look beyond the  vision  the he lacked. Bhavesh was not born blind, but at the age of 23 his eyes finally gave up on him. Inspired by the teachings of his mother and the values inculcated in him, he choose not to give up. He decided to put his creativity in play and make a fortune from it. Soon enough he was just another vendor standing in the corner of a local market in Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra, India. 
With the obligation of paying 50 rupees rent per day and arranging for resources to make candles, his struggle held him down everyday. But his optimistic approach encouraged  him to fight the odds at every stage of his struggle. “Luck favours the brave” and it did. Being granted a loan of rupees 15000 from Satara Bank under a special Blind Scheme, there was no ceasing  his growth.
 From15 kilos of wax, two dyes and a hand cart for Rs 50, Bhavesh made his way to become a multi- crore businessman with prestigious clients all over the world and a dedicated team of 200 employees - all of whom are visually impaired.
 Today Sunrise Candles uses 25 tonnes of wax a day to manufacture their 9,000 designs of plain, scented and aromatherapy candles.Their client list includes Reliance Industries, Ranbaxy, Big Bazaar, Naroda Industries and the Rotary Club.  Bhavesh, a man who never considered his blindness as a curse to him. His acceptance to his loss and his willpower to overcome all obstacles, made him a multi-millionaire entrepreneur of The Sunrise Candles Company.
On the Eve of White Cane Day, Enactus Deshbandhu brings you inspiring stories to inspire and empower blind people  around us. 
#enactus #enactusindia #emactusdbc #blindawareness #blindpeopleproblems #blindindia #powertoempower #weallwin #spreadawareness #whitecaneday #guidingtheblind
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  • A good bookmark can be invaluable, saving you precious time thumbing through the pages to find your place. But why settle for something plain?

    Enactus, DSC brings to you an exclusive opportunity to dress your favourite books with these beautiful bookmarks, our Product of the Week!
    These artists, the underprivileged children, have put their creative minds to reinventing the bookmark and have come up with trumps. Their vigour, zest and ardour is evident on the surface of these exquisite bookmarks!

    Come forth and make your contribution towards their upliftment!
    Price : ₹50
    Contact -
    Iffat : ‭+91 98117 28786‬
    Mansi : ‭+91 97173 38766

    #ProjectAnmol #SocialGood #WeAllWin #TimeToChange #TimeToAct #PaperQuilling #EnactusDSC #EnactusIndia #SustainableDevelopment #ProductOfTheWeek
  • A good bookmark can be invaluable, saving you precious time thumbing through the pages to find your place. But why settle for something plain?

Enactus, DSC brings to you an exclusive opportunity to dress your favourite books with these beautiful bookmarks, our Product  of the Week! 
These artists, the underprivileged children, have put their creative minds to reinventing the bookmark and have come up with trumps. Their vigour, zest and ardour is evident on the surface of these exquisite bookmarks!

Come forth and make your contribution towards their upliftment! 
Price : ₹50
Contact -
Iffat : ‭+91 98117 28786‬
Mansi : ‭+91 97173 38766

#ProjectAnmol #SocialGood #WeAllWin #TimeToChange #TimeToAct #PaperQuilling #EnactusDSC #EnactusIndia #SustainableDevelopment #ProductOfTheWeek
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  • (@enactus_dbc) Instagram Profile @enactus_dbc
  • "Blindness is not a disease, it is a gift that enables humans to see what ones with eyes cannot." Out of 7 Billion people on this planet, 285 million are visually impaired. India is home to one-fourth of the world’s blind population with 8 million blind people in the country. Over 6 million of them should not have been blind, as 75% of blindness is easily preventable. Vision loss from avoidable causes like cataract (63%), refractive errors (10%) and glaucoma (5%) can be treated or prevented with cost effective means.
    The backlog for cataract surgeries continues to remain a big challenge and is primarily because of the non-availability of human resources and the challenges faced by the nation as the largest growing economy in the world. Our country has an acute shortage of doctors for correcting eye ailments.
    As per Vision 2020 of The Right to Sight initiative, there are about 12,000 ophthalmologists in India for its 1.3 billion population, resulting in a ratio of one ophthalmologist for every one lakh people. In rural India, this ratio is even worse: one ophthalmologist for every 250,000. The ratio of availability of qualified optometrists, approximately one for every 25,000 people, is also skewed.
    There is a need for scaling up of a comprehensive cost-effective eye care model that provides quality screening, diagnosis and treatment detection, especially through a health system. A humongous advocacy effort to educate the ageing population, which is most affected by cataract, and a workforce of mid level health workers to provide basic eye care services can enable us to take eye care everywherem "Every effort counts to betterment". On the eve of White Cane Day, Enactus Deshbandhu aims at spreading awareness at the conditions of blind population across the nation.
    We accolade the determination of these people in every field from performing arts, education, sports and visual arts and pledge towards making steps in changing the current scenario for them.
    #enactus #enactusindia #powertoempower #weallwin #blindnessawareness #indianblind #whitecaneday #enactusdbc #blindpeople #blindpeopleproblems
  • "Blindness is not a disease, it is a gift that enables humans to see what ones with eyes cannot." Out of 7 Billion people on this planet, 285 million are visually impaired. India is home to one-fourth of the world’s blind population with 8 million blind people in the country. Over 6 million of them should not have been blind, as 75% of blindness is easily preventable. Vision loss from avoidable causes like cataract (63%), refractive errors (10%) and glaucoma (5%) can be treated or prevented with cost effective means. 
The backlog for cataract surgeries continues to remain a big challenge and is primarily because of the non-availability of human resources and the challenges faced by the nation as the largest growing economy in the world.  Our country has an acute shortage of doctors for correcting eye ailments.
As per Vision 2020 of The Right to Sight initiative, there are about 12,000 ophthalmologists in India for its 1.3 billion population, resulting in a ratio of one ophthalmologist for every one lakh people. In rural India, this ratio is even worse: one ophthalmologist for every 250,000. The ratio of availability of qualified optometrists, approximately one for every 25,000 people, is also skewed.
There is a need for scaling up of a comprehensive cost-effective eye care model that provides quality screening, diagnosis and treatment detection, especially through a health system. A humongous advocacy effort to educate the ageing population, which is most affected by cataract, and a workforce of mid level health workers to provide basic eye care services can enable us to take eye care everywherem "Every effort counts to betterment". On the eve of White Cane Day, Enactus Deshbandhu aims at spreading awareness at the conditions of blind population across the nation. 
We accolade the determination of these people in every field from performing arts, education, sports and visual arts and pledge towards making steps in  changing the current scenario for them. 
#enactus #enactusindia #powertoempower #weallwin #blindnessawareness #indianblind #whitecaneday #enactusdbc #blindpeople #blindpeopleproblems
  •  56  0 14 October, 2018
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  • #Repost @enactusdtu.unnati
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    A Digital Day was successfully organized by Enactus DTU at Chirag Delhi Park. The event was conducted without any monetary investment. The aim of the event was to promote the courses offered at the new centre of Project Unnati at Malviya Nagar and their accrued benefits. The venue was aesthetically decorated by the Decoration Team and it was instrumental in drawing the attention of the public.
    The volunteers reached the venue and were divided into teams. Each team received overwhelming response during the promotion activities and pamphlet distribution. While carrying out the door to door promotion activity, the team not only received support but also met volunteers. Sandhya, an Arts and Craft teacher volunteered to work as a teacher for the course while many privileged families willingly created awareness by spreading the word to their friends and family members.
    Post the canvasing, many interactive activities such as Paint, Type Word, etc. were organized and the kids enjoyed playing them.
    The registration work was handled smoothly despite a large number of students and parents gathered for registration for the courses.
    The success of the event was yet another feather in cap for project Unnati and filled the team members with more zeal, courage and enthusiasm for conquering the goals ahead.
    #WeAllWin #EnactusDTU #EnactusIndia #Enactus
  • #Repost @enactusdtu.unnati
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A Digital Day was successfully organized by Enactus DTU at Chirag Delhi Park. The event was conducted without any monetary investment. The aim of the event was to promote the courses offered at the new centre of Project Unnati at Malviya Nagar and their accrued benefits. The venue was aesthetically decorated by the Decoration Team and it was instrumental in drawing the attention of the public. 
The volunteers reached the venue and were divided into teams. Each team received overwhelming response during the promotion activities and pamphlet distribution. While carrying out the door to door promotion activity, the team not only received support but also met volunteers. Sandhya, an Arts and Craft teacher volunteered to work as a teacher for the course while many privileged families willingly created awareness by spreading the word to their friends and family members. 
Post the canvasing, many interactive activities such as Paint, Type Word, etc. were organized and the kids enjoyed playing them.
The registration work was handled smoothly despite a large number of students and parents gathered for registration for the courses. 
The success of the event was yet another feather in cap for project Unnati and filled the team members with more zeal, courage and enthusiasm for conquering the goals ahead.
#WeAllWin #EnactusDTU  #EnactusIndia  #Enactus
  •  59  2 14 October, 2018
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  • A Digital Day was successfully organized by Enactus DTU at Chirag Delhi Park. The event was conducted without any monetary investment. The aim of the event was to promote the courses offered at the new centre of Project Unnati at Malviya Nagar and their accrued benefits. The venue was aesthetically decorated by the Decoration Team and it was instrumental in drawing the attention of the public.
    The volunteers reached the venue and were divided into teams. Each team received overwhelming response during the promotion activities and pamphlet distribution. While carrying out the door to door promotion activity, the team not only received support but also met volunteers. Sandhya, an Arts and Craft teacher volunteered to work as a teacher for the course while many privileged families willingly created awareness by spreading the word to their friends and family members.
    Post the canvasing, many interactive activities such as Paint, Type Word, etc. were organized and the kids enjoyed playing them.
    The registration work was handled smoothly despite a large number of students and parents gathered for registration for the courses.
    The success of the event was yet another feather in cap for project Unnati and filled the team members with more zeal, courage and enthusiasm for conquering the goals ahead.
    #WeAllWin #EnactusDTU #EnactusIndia #Enactus
  • A Digital Day was successfully organized by Enactus DTU at Chirag Delhi Park. The event was conducted without any monetary investment. The aim of the event was to promote the courses offered at the new centre of Project Unnati at Malviya Nagar and their accrued benefits. The venue was aesthetically decorated by the Decoration Team and it was instrumental in drawing the attention of the public. 
The volunteers reached the venue and were divided into teams. Each team received overwhelming response during the promotion activities and pamphlet distribution. While carrying out the door to door promotion activity, the team not only received support but also met volunteers. Sandhya, an Arts and Craft teacher volunteered to work as a teacher for the course while many privileged families willingly created awareness by spreading the word to their friends and family members. 
Post the canvasing, many interactive activities such as Paint, Type Word, etc. were organized and the kids enjoyed playing them.
The registration work was handled smoothly despite a large number of students and parents gathered for registration for the courses. 
The success of the event was yet another feather in cap for project Unnati and filled the team members with more zeal, courage and enthusiasm for conquering the goals ahead.
#WeAllWin #EnactusDTU  #EnactusIndia  #Enactus
  •  75  1 14 October, 2018
  • (@enactus_ssbuicet) Instagram Profile @enactus_ssbuicet
  • Enactus team of Panjab University, Chandigarh brought laurels to the university by bagging 1st position at Business Case Study Challenge held at Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Delhi.
    The Enactus SSBUICET team was selected among the 12 finalists. The team members Ibadat and Komal bagged the first prize with a cash prize of Rs.2500/-
    Two of the team members Bhumanyu Goyal and Sameep Grover also made it to the top 12 teams.
    The competition witnessed participation from various prominent colleges like Lady Shri Ram College, Maitreyi College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management and Research, Bharati Vidyapeeth College etc.

    #enactusssbuicet #enactusindia #enactus #enactusbvcoe #weallwin
  • Enactus team of Panjab University, Chandigarh brought laurels to the university by bagging 1st position at Business Case Study Challenge held at Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Delhi.
The Enactus SSBUICET team was selected among the 12 finalists. The team members Ibadat and Komal bagged the first prize with a cash prize of Rs.2500/-
Two of the team members Bhumanyu Goyal and Sameep Grover also made it to the top 12 teams.
The competition witnessed participation from various prominent colleges like Lady Shri Ram College, Maitreyi College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management and Research, Bharati Vidyapeeth College etc.

#enactusssbuicet #enactusindia #enactus #enactusbvcoe #weallwin
  •  60  0 13 October, 2018

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  • Did you read the latest post on the blog? 10th Oct was World Mental Health Day. @alina_ahmed14 reports from the campus on this initiative taken by Enactus and students of Dept of Psychology at JMI.📍
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    Read more on the blog, link in bio ! 🌸
  • Did you read the latest post on the blog? 10th Oct was World Mental Health Day.  @alina_ahmed14 reports from the campus on this initiative taken by Enactus and students of Dept of Psychology at JMI.📍
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Read more on the blog, link in bio ! 🌸
  •  87  1 13 October, 2018
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  • "EARLY DETECTION IS THE BEST DEFENCE"
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    In honour of breast cancer awareness month, Team Enactus RLAC wore pink ribbons to stand with the ones who suffer.
    Celebrating the diversity of women and their bodies.
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    #enactusrlac
    #weallwin
    #enactusIndia
  • "EARLY DETECTION IS THE BEST DEFENCE"
🎀
In honour of breast cancer awareness month, Team Enactus RLAC wore pink ribbons to stand with the ones who suffer.
Celebrating the diversity of women and their bodies.
🎀
#enactusrlac
#weallwin
#enactusIndia
  •  70  1 13 October, 2018
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  • Heartiest congratulations to Enactus Canada for winning the Enactus World Cup 2018. Your hard work and dedication is truly admired.

    We would also like to congratulate the finalists - Enactus Egypt, Enactus Morocco, and Team SRCC from Enactus India, who with their exuberant skills and talent presented themselves at the world cup.
    We are proud of you.
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    #enactusworldcup #enactusindia #enactuscanada #weallwin #saddahaq #enactuskalindi
  • Heartiest congratulations to Enactus Canada for winning the Enactus World Cup 2018. Your hard work and dedication is truly admired.

We would also like to congratulate the finalists -  Enactus Egypt, Enactus Morocco, and Team SRCC from Enactus India, who with their exuberant skills and talent presented themselves at the world cup.
We are proud of you.
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#enactusworldcup #enactusindia #enactuscanada #weallwin #saddahaq #enactuskalindi
  •  95  0 12 October, 2018