• GajeraVidyabhavanKatargam

"World Humanitarian Day"

"A man's true wealth is the good he does in this world"

World Humanitarian Day is commemorated every year on 19th August to pay tribute to humanitarian workers killed and injured in the course of their work, and to honor all aid and health workers who continue, despite the odds, to provide lifesaving support and protection to the most in need.

Humanitarian workers injured or killed during duty are commemorated on World Humanitarian Day.

A humanitarian engages actively in promoting social reforms and human welfare, and holds no prejudice which human suffering on grounds of religion, sexual orientation, gender or territory.

There are humanitarian organizations all over the world in need of resources.

Humanitarian aid workers are some of the most heroic and honorable people alive, putting themselves in harms where buy travelling two conflict zones and disaster areas to help the suffering of strangers. Despite this great work, these workers are rarely acknowledged publicly, sometimes for their own safety. Humanitarian Day is sobering reminder of how many lives have been lost in the name of this valiant cause, as well as a celebration of the workers currently doing this necessary but often, dangerous work.

We have to do some humanitarian work in our community.

Every year, millions of people need humanitarian assistance as a result of disaster both natural and manmade. World Humanitarian Day reminds us of the increasing need for humanitarian workers who can give selflessly of their time.

Humanitarian aid workers might be helping people in their home countries.

"Don't look for big things, just do small things with great love.... The smaller the thing, the greater must be our love."

Gajera Vidyabhavan Pre-Primary section celebrated Humanitarian Day. Our learners had sent some videos and photos in which they were sharing their humanity. Educators also explained the meaning of of humanity through drama explain in details should be helpful to others.

"Everyone can be Humanitarian. All it takes is one act to help someone else"

54 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All