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Are these myths stopping you from donating blood

Are these myths stopping you from donating blood

Are these myths stopping you from donating blood? Blood is one of the most precious thing you could ever donate. It is a resource that cannot be substituted by anything else, and neither can it be produced by artificial means to supply when necessary. Donating blood...

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Donate time, your most valuable asset

Donate time, your most valuable asset

Donate 'time', your most valuable asset Non-profits often depend on the community support to help them run their grassroot level processes. While this usually involves receiving financial donations from individuals and organizations, they are faced with everyday...

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Safe Blood Products Supply Chain Solution for the world

Safe Blood Products Supply Chain Solution for the world

PREMISE There are around 117.4 million units of donated blood collected each year globally, according to the World Health Organization. The potential data that can be amassed from tracking each donation is massive and wholly worthwhile to consider. Utilizing that data...

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Social work increases productivity at work – here’s how

Social work increases productivity at work – here’s how

It is no news to us that giving our time to work for the betterment of our community makes us feel fulfilled. Apart from this fact, did you know that social work actually helps you perform better at work? Science shows that volunteering impacts your mind in a way that...

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5 Facts you should know about Thalassemia

5 Facts you should know about Thalassemia

Thalassemia is one among many debilitating diseases that causes immense stress mentally, physically and financially. The genetic disorder is associated with blood that causes the body to produce less or no haemoglobin at all. Haemoglobin is the protein in the blood...

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Myths about blood donation

Myths about blood donation

Every so often we come across pleas on social media or through friends for blood donation for someone who is in desperate need after an accident or surgery. Yet how many of us respond positively and go donate blood? It is said that every 2 seconds someone needs blood...

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5 Ways To Be Kind Today

5 Ways To Be Kind Today

In a world that's increasingly dividing itself on every single parameter one can think of, kindness as a virtue has taken a backseat since the "good ol' times". When was the last time you spoke to your neighbours or acquaintances without any agenda? How often do you...

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5 reasons why millennials need to give volunteering a chance

5 reasons why millennials need to give volunteering a chance

Millennials are one of the most vibrant, heavily updated, advance generations and change is what drives most of us. Despite the immense potential, a lot of youngsters give in to procrastination and other activities that aren’t productive. There is so much a young...

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Volunteering Keeps You Mentally Fit – Here’s How

Volunteering Keeps You Mentally Fit – Here’s How

Mental health is a topic that is considered taboo in many cultures and regions. However, it is a matter of concern as one person commits suicide every 40 seconds in the world according to WHO. There are an array of things one can do to make sure they are mentally fit....

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SAHAVE™ Recipient of Coveted Mahatma Award for Social Good

SAHAVE™ Recipient of Coveted Mahatma Award for Social Good

LIVEWEEK NGO EXPO Addresses United Nations’ Sustainability Development Goals Agenda Naperville, Ill – September 25, 2018 – SAHAVE™ was awarded the coveted Mahatma Award by the international body LIVEWEEK, a humanitarian organization coordinated by the country of India...

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TiE20 Detroit Announces SAHAVE as Top Twenty Finalist

TiE20 Detroit Announces SAHAVE as Top Twenty Finalist

Naperville -September 6, 2018 – The Detroit Chapter of TiE today announced SAHAVE is included in the top twenty early-stage startup finalists of TiE20 AI Innovation 2018. The annual conference will be held on October 6, 2018 in Farmington Hills, Michigan. This year...

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Role of Social Workers in Mental Health

Role of Social Workers in Mental Health

The term ‘health’ is often used to define the state of being free of an injury or illness. In general, it is considered to be an illness only if there are any complaints about the body and other physical conditions. But, there is a difficult and dominant thing of...

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Importance of Blood Grouping

Importance of Blood Grouping

The fundamental thing required to donate blood is to know the type of blood group an individual possesses. A basic test is conducted to determine the blood group of humans. This process of identifying a person’s blood group through a blood test is known as Blood...

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The Two Sides of the Peer Pressure Coin

The Two Sides of the Peer Pressure Coin

Peer pressure can be difficult to handle emotionally, even physically.  At every stage of life, peer pressure is real.  As children, we long to “fit in” which tends to control our thoughts all through grammar, middle, and high school. You don’t necessarily wake up one...

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India is Ignoring Serious Crises

India is Ignoring Serious Crises

This report intends to stir discussion to bring renewed and more vigorous debate to the crises this nation faces.  This document is not a criticism of any segment of leadership in many areas of our populations, but a cry for attention to the issues, as well as a...

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Handle big teams

Handle big teams

“I learnt how to handle big teams and learnt how to lead several projects at once after I started volunteering at Hyderabad Youth Assembly,” says Madhuchandra Gudi, a third year engineering student from SNIST in Hyderabad. If this statement is anything to go by,...

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Roll up your sleeve, blood donation is good for you!

Roll up your sleeve, blood donation is good for you!

Blood is a rare resource as it cannot be manufactured in the lab, and is in most cases, the difference between life and death. Blood can only be received, as a donation from another healthy, compatible human – and within a very short period of time – making every...

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World Cancer day

World Cancer day

Cancer is an emotionally, physically and financially draining disease. With growing levels of pollution, adulteration of foods and sedentary lifestyle, there are new kinds of cancers emerging every other day. While doctors have proven that genetics is one of the...

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Bhoomi Foundation: Acting On The Change They Want To See

Bhoomi Foundation: Acting On The Change They Want To See

There’s a campaign initiated by the government of India, aiming to clean up the country. While the success of the campaign is debatable, there are some like Tejaswi, a 23 year old IT professional from Hyderabad who literally get their hands dirty to clean up places in...

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Youngistaan Foundation – Transforming Lives

Youngistaan Foundation – Transforming Lives

The old adage “Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Teach him to fish and he’ll eat for the rest of his life,” is well known and agreed upon but Youngistaan Foundation, an award winning NGO based out of Hyderabad. While they do feed people (literally), they also...

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Top Five Ngos In India – Child Care

Top Five Ngos In India – Child Care

Non-governmental Organisations are of many types and perform a wide range of activities for the betterment of the society. They focus on a diverse spectrum of issues ranging from healthcare to policy making to geriatric care and much more. In many cases, they assist...

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Lessons from the Mahanati

Lessons from the Mahanati

Telugu and Tamil movie-goers have been in a frenzy since a couple of days, thanks to the much-awaited movie – Mahanati or Nadigaiyar Thilagam(Tamil). The movie is based on legendary yesteryear actress Savithri, whose life on and off screen was, in the words of a...

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Should Volunteerism Be Included In School Curriculum?

Should Volunteerism Be Included In School Curriculum?

Mother Teresa once said, “Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest to you.” The best way to cultivate a habit of helping others must begin at a tender age. Math and Science may get one at the summit of your career...

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