Ankit Tiwari Live in Concert

Humanitarian Welfare & Research Foundation (HWARF) had organized a live concert ‘Ankit Tiwari Live in Concert’ in association with Grant Medical College Students Association (GMCSA) at Grant Medical College Gymkhana, Marine drive, Mumbai on 23 March 2017. This event was a part of cultural program ‘Astitva 2K17’ of Grant Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai. This concert was attended by appx. 1000 medical undergraduate students, 300 medical postgraduate students, professors of various faculties and head of the institute. The concert was also graced by several dignified guests; to These distinguished guests not only attended full event but also appreciated the efforts of HWARF having multifaceted approach towards the society. HWARF, apart from its vision to help the needy, also supported the medical students to conduct such a grand event. HWARF always got support from Sir JJ Hospital to treat the medically ill and financially distressed patients; we feel proud to support the events organized by GMCSA. We thank GMCSA for being associated with HWARF.

 

 

Dauntlessly with Arnab Goswami

Humanitarian Welfare and Research Foundation (HWARF) in joint association with Grant Medical College.Sir,J.J Group of Hospital Mumbai organizes “Astitva” 2K17 with Dauntlessly with Arnab Goswami the one and only ARNAB GOSWAMI, Top Indian Journalist and TV News anchor And the MD of the Brand new News channel “THE REPUBLIC” in our very own.
HWARF trustee Dr. Rakesh Kumar shared the dais with Arnab Goswami & Head of the institute Dr. T P Lahane at the prestigious Anatomy hall of the Grant Medical College. Arnab Goswami stated “My parents do not attend any public events with me but they accompany me today because this event is at Grant Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospitals and organized by Humanitarian Welfare & Research Foundation” This rewarding statement made us feel satisfied and proud. This event realized us that HWARF is doing worthy, memorable and unrivalled work. Arnab Goswami always asks straight and direct questions in his television program. At this eve, medical undergraduate students & few professors of JJ Hospitals asked many striking questions to this renowned journalist; Arnab responded to the questions fearlessly. This event created a positive impact on the newly budding medical students as at the end of the event all students felt boosted. HWARF Trustee Christine Swaminathan & Dr. Rakesh Kumar arranged all the necessary requirements to conduct this successful event.

BAN on FGM

On the occasion of World International Women Day on 8th March 2017. UNFPA, jointly holds UNICEF, leads the largest global programme to accelerate the abandonment of FGM. The programme currently focuses on 17 African countries and also supports regional and global initiatives.
Our NGO HWARF in joint association with IWPG organizes a Peace Walk on BAN on FGM Female Genital Mutilation. The Program was organized with the support from Velocity Gym, Hap store (Health at Priority)
Large number of women’s from the professional field, working class housewives and uneducated women participated to support this drive on BAN FGM. The Campaign for a worldwide ban on female genital mutilation aims to promote the adoption of a Resolution of the United Nations General Assembly banning this widespread and systematic human rights violation. Our aim is to draw attention pass informative information and raise awareness around the globe more widely among our fellow human rights activists about female genital mutilation and about the pivotal role that the United Nations General Assembly has in combating this human rights violation by banning it worldwide. A Resolution with an explicit ban on female genital mutilation will help to complete the shift of perspectives on FGM from a problem of “public health” or a “cultural” problem, to its universal recognition as a human rights violation and a form of violence against women.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a practice that involves altering or injuring the female genitalia for non-medical reasons, and it is internationally recognized as a human rights violation. Globally, it is estimated that 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone some form of FGM. Although FGM in declining in the majority of countries where it is prevalent, most of these are also experiencing a high rate of population growth – meaning that the number of girls who undergo FGM will continue to grow if efforts are not significantly scaled up.
To promote the abandonment of FGM, coordinated and systematic efforts are coordinated, and this campaign has shared and engaged whole communities and focuses on human rights and gender equality. We have also address the sexual and reproductive health needs of women and girls who suffer from its consequences.