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Mental Health Month is the perfect time to start conversations in your community about mental health illnesses such as depression, anxiety and suicide. And if you’re wondering whether one person’s efforts can make a difference, the answer is “Absolutely!” Every conversation you have about the importance of recognizing and treating mental illness creates a ripple that reaches people in your circle and far beyond it.
Congratulations ! We feel proud to announce that you are the lucky donator to get the award of $3200 amount according to the draw event dated (26/03/2020). Thank You for showing your voluntary support and compassion through your donations for our causes. Because of your generosity, lives will be saved and the world will become a better place to live.
We’ve all had those rough spells in our family (and romantic life) where things seem stressful, chaotic and a little out of control. Sometimes these “moments” are caused by challenging events in our lives, like serious illness of a loved one, job loss, or a car accident. Other times, a rough spell can be precipitated by relationship struggles(lots of conflict and arguing between family members) or worries about work, money, or kids (in school and out). In my time as parent, partner, an...Read More
At the close of 2016 and to mark International Migrant’s Day (18 Dec), IFRC’s Secretary General, Elhadj As Sy, delivered a special message to children, asking them to put aside negative perceptions about people who migrate and instead, welcome them into their communities and treat them with kindness and understanding. Here’s his message: “International Migrants Day is an important day to think about all the people in the world who have had to leave their homes, including people who left becau...Read More