Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Women interfaith journey to South India

The Inter Faith Coalition Programme (I.C.P) a renowned N.G.O. collaborating with THARUNI has arranged Women InterFaith Journey to South India for three days at Warangal. Two women from Ladakh, one woman from Nagaland, one from Delhi, two from Hyderabad went to attend the cultural and inter faith exchange programme from 14th to 16th December 2009. They met several persons belonging to different faiths and interacted with them. Tharuni Director Dr. Mamatha arranged meetings, and kalajathas by their cultural wings at different places. The team visited religious monuments, temples churches and mosques.Vinod Kumar and Sribala from Hyderabad coordinated the programme.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Capacity Building Workshop by MAMTA, New Delhi

Today The Women and Child Welfare Department, MAMTA Organisation of New Delhi and Tharuni are jointly conducting a Capacity Building Work Shop on Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006 to the officials of all Government Departments including Revenue, Police and Education of Warangal District. The Women and Child Welfare Officers, Project Director I.C.D.S. Deputy Director, MAMTA Coordinator Ms. Fransisca and Tharuni Director and participants of all Departments attend the Workshop.
On 8h November, there will be Valedictory function attended by the Dt. Judge and Secretary Dt. legal Services Auhority and the District Collector, Warangal.

Competitions for differenly abled children

Tharuni conducted competitions in sports and games in the three mandals of Dharmasagar, Station Ghanpur and Geesukonda for the differently abled children on 3rd November and distributed prizes for the winners to encourage them to bring out their hidden talents.The children actively participated in the events, and Tharuni appreciates them all for their innate capabilities.

Monday, December 7, 2009

A Memorable Visit by US Team to Warangal

It is a memorable event for Tharuni who has hosted a Professor, Dr.Karen Walker, A clinical Psychologist from Columbia University of United States of America, along with the Public Affairs Officer Ms. Julieth Wurr and Programme Manager Salil Kader of US Consulate, Hyderabad, India on 2nd and 3rd November,2009 at Warangal. Dr. Singleton represents a Non Governmental Organisation called the Take Back the Night for the abused women and rape victims in 40 countries all over the world. The visitors have attended a Meeting held at Mennukonda a remote village in the District and had interaction with women there. The cultural Wing of Tharuni presented Kalajathas on woes of women and child Marriages. The Guests were felicitated by Dr. Mamatha, Director Tharuni.
On 3rd November, a Workshop was held at Warangal on Counselling Techniques for abused women in which Psychologists, Students of Social work, and many youth and women actively participated and interacted along with the US Guests. Dr. Singleton, and Ms. Wurr appreciated the Tharuni for its efforts to uplift the lives of women.