Poverty facts you need to know

“Poverty” is defined as an economic condition of lacking both money and basic necessities needed to successfully live, such as food, water, utilities, and housing. There are many working definitions of “poverty,” with considerable debate on how to best define the term. The World Bank defines poverty in absolute terms. The bank defines extreme¬†poverty as … Continue reading

Animal Conservation

The ever expanding demand on land, sea and fresh water, along with the climatic adversities have made the conservation and management of wild areas and wild animals a top priority. Wild animals have been the critical source of food, fur, leather for a long time for human existence. But recently due to high economic and … Continue reading

Social Deprivation

The psychology dictionary defines social deprivation as “The lack of opportunity for social experiences.” Children’s Hospital in Boston shows that Social deprivation has a measurable effect on a child’s brain growth. MRI scans show decreased grey and white matter among children in institutional care. At least eight million children worldwide live in institutional settings, according … Continue reading

Greener Better Diwali

Did you know that diyas lit on the moonless Diwali night signifies the end of darkness of ignorance and the beginning of light that enlightens all? Well, if so, why put a load on our environment? Why not play an Eco – sensitive Diwali? Its not about avoiding fireworks and crackers or cutting down¬†on the … Continue reading