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Ms. Maggie Johnson, a Fulbright Scholar from University of North Carolina, USA is starting her fellowship research at NDCHRC from 19.08.2019. For her research, she will be in India for next one year.

Her area of focus will be helping Children With Special Needs (CWSN) and educating their parents on viable ways to manage their children.

Last year, she had visited India and spent her summer vacation helping and working with children at NDCHRC Centre.

She is passionate about Children Healthcare and is committed to take NDCHRC’s mission forward.

We wish her all the best in her noble mission.

NDCHRC - Upcoming Mega Health Camp for Children - 1st Sept. 2019

Free Multi-Disciplinary Health Camp 

NDCHRC in collaboration with Vasant Kunj Kali Mandir Samiti is organizing a Mega Health Camp on 1st of Sept. 2019 at B7, Kali Mandir, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.

15+ Doctors along with 50+ Volunteers are going to conduct the screening tests for 200+ underprivileged children.

Main Doctors participating in the camp are:phtha

Dr. Rasheena Bansal, Pediatric Ophthalmologist

Dr. Ankita Baidya, Infectious Diseases Specialist

Dr. Priya Verma, Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Amit Sagar, Senior Dentist

Dr. Divya Nigam, Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Nishu Sharma, Occupational Therapist

Dr. Soni Choudhary, Speech Therapist

Dr. Gorika Bansal, Pediatrician and many more…

 

An awareness session highlighting the need of Oral, Personal and Menstrual Hygiene will be conducted by the volunteers too.

 

Digital Literacy for Underprivileged Girls

On 15th of August 2019, NDCHRC Trust has launched Digital Literacy Program for underprivileged girls. This is a great step forward to empower girls with digital literacy. Please help, support and donate generously. 

For donations, you can click the link given below:

https://gocrowdera.com/IN/ngo/underprivileged/Pratyush-13595

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NDCHRC Children's Clinic

Storytelling Sessions for Children

NDCHRC Free Community Library

Public libraries are often considered an essential part of having an educated and literate population. At NDCHRC, we encourage children and adults to read books, learn new skills on an ongoing basis. Our library is FREE and OPEN FOR ALL. One can also DONATE their books to our library. 

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