Thursday, September 21, 2017

Media Workshop at Warangal (17th September 2017)

Tharuni in collaboration with Telangana Press Academy conducted a District level Training Workshop for Media Personnel (of United Warangal) on the DOs and DON'Ts of reporting on/for children. The session was taken by Dr. Mamatha Achanta where she addressed an audience of 1500 print and electronic media journalists.


Sunday, September 17, 2017

Launching of Bandhavya Academy -A Premier Academy for Relationship Management-15-09-2017

Dr. Mamatha Raghuveer- Founder 'Tharuni' & ''NILA' has initiated 'Bandhavya Academy' for human relationship management from 15th September 2017.The Launching Program was inaugurated  with 'Sanskara' for grooming youngsters on Internet Safety & Cyber Laws' at Wesley Degree College, Secunderabad.
Hon'ble Minister of Home affairs of Telangana State Sri Nayani Narasimha Reddy Garu inaugurated the Academy, as  it aims to  transform the youth, School Children, Teachers , Parents and the Public at large to have successful and peaceful human relationships. The Minister reiterated the importance of  such organisation  for the latest changing  trends of   Technology and cyber crimes and violence.
Dr. Smt. Thripurana Venkata Rathnam, Chair Person of Telangana State  Women's Commission, also advised the Youth to be watchful and take care  of their important goals in life, than led away by unforeseen  circumstances, ruining their lives. British Deputy High Commissioner, Sri Andrew Flemming, Political Analyst Nalini Raghuram, Smt. Sudha Murali, UNICEF Former Child Protection Officer, and Sri P. Raghuveer IFS Addl. Prl. Chief Conservator of Forests have given their valuable guidance to the more than 300 students and the public , about using the internet  in the day today life.
Dr. Mamatha Raghuveer explained the importance of 'Bandhavya' a human bondage with finer sentiments and human touch. A logo of 'Bandhavya Academy' was released along with the Website.

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Launching of Bandhavya Academy

Friday, September 15, 2017

Teachers Training under 'Safe Childhood'Project by BDHC & Tharuni from14-09-2017

A three day  Teachers Training Program was initiated under the 'Safe Childhood' Project, a collaboration between British Deputy High Commission(BDHC) and Tharuni from 14-09-2017 to 16-09-2017 at Hotel Sandhya, Lakdikapul, Hyderabad.
20 teachers(10 Male+10 Female)from  Ten different lower income group Schools were selected to undergo training to sensitize them on issues like child protection, prevention of child sexual abuse, , online child sexual abuse, internet safety, elopements, & trafficking and also Child related laws, like POCSO, JJ Act,Abduction and Nirbhaya Act.They will be enlightened on child support systems, life skills, for empowerment of children.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Launching of 'Safe Childhood' Project by the British Dy. High Commission & Tharuni on 11-09-2017

The Safe Childhood Project  was launched on 11th September 2017 by the British Deputy High Commission, Hyderabad collaborating with Tharuni organisation.They have adopted 10 Schools mostly in the old city of Hyderabad, where the safety of the school children is at stake.. The Project was launched at The Rising Star National High School, Motidarwaza, Golconda, Hyderabad from 11 A.M to 1 P.M.
Mr. Andrew Flemming, Deputy High Commissioner was the Chief Guest to inaugurate the Project.Mrs. Nalini Raghuram Programme Officer BDHC,Dr. Mamatha Achanta Founder, Tharuni,  and the School Principal  were the Guests of honour, to grace the occasion.
They all spoke on the importance of Safe Childhood ,as the primary duty of the Schools and the Parents and the Society at large.The brochures and pamphlets  on the safe childhood, Child sexual abuse and how to watch, support and report about it , were released. The Teaching Staff and the School Children  have participated in the program.