“If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher.”— Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam
OpenHearts is an initiative started by Madiha Ahmed for Parents and Youth to help each understand the other’s perspective better so that they can have a strong and great relationship and of course great memories together!
She is a Youth Mentor for 7 years since her college days and Parent Mentor for 4 years as of 2018. She is passionate about reducing the tensed relationship and misunderstandings that arise between the two due to generation gap or miscommunication.
Youth think parents are controlling, outdated, act like they are always right, always in “moral policing” mode. Parents think youth are modern and have forgotten values and principles, that they are incapable of making decisions or take care of themselves and are wrong more than the right because they’ve seen less of the world unlike them.
She conducts mentoring sessions with Parents who have children of 12 years and above as well as with the Youth 12 years and above, in schools, colleges, cafes and in collaboration with individuals and organizations. Email her at email@example.com for more details and fixing dates for the sessions.
YouEd, a social enterprise where we offer personal and professional development services to empower you to lead yourself and others for a better You, better India and better World. Our first project is SAHLE (Stay At Home Learning and Earning) Hub for tier 2 and 3 cities SAH females in India. We successfully conducted a pilot in a tier 2 city and are planning to start in more target cities to empower stay at home women through our leadership and communication program. During the pilot, the families of the learners extended great support especially the husbands or sons, where mother-in-laws felt proud of their daughter-in-laws attending our classes, where husbands told their wives or sons told their mothers to attend the classes while they would take care of the household chores, where husbands wrote feedback or suggestions to teachers on the wife’s progress.
MAIN INDIA is a national campaign for parents and youth (class 7 onwards) in the government and low income schools in India.
We develop and deliver short, easy to understand, interactive motivational sessions on character-building and nation-building for parents and youth.
Parents and youth are not easy to motivate for education as we were told by many schools. This results in irregularity, disciplinary issues, schools getting frustrated with parents and youth. Running the school becomes difficult as there is a huge gap between the school teachers and admins with parents and students.
Our sessions will make them realize how they are contributing through education towards a better family and future for themselves and India. Madiha has 4+ years experience working with the low income as well as she has done several world class courses from +Acumen, the world’s school for social change to understand social issues better.
To organize a session in your city schools, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9748728489.
Except Kolkata, a minimum of 12-15 schools is required to organize these sessions in your city.
MAP It All, an EduSoc Consultancy and Training service provider.
We “map it all” with you through our consultancy and training services in your educational or social organisation by identifying and focusing on 3 factors- CORE, CONTEXT and CONSISTENCY.
We help you strive for excellence in WHO YOU ARE, HOW YOU SERVE and WHAT LEGACY YOU LEAVE BEHIND.
We offer Consultancy, Content and Training for Brands- social initiatives by colleges, corporates and clubs like Rotary, Rotaract, Lions club and others.
“My message, especially to young people is to have courage to think differently, courage to invent, to travel the unexplored path, courage to discover the impossible and to conquer the problems and succeed. These are great qualities that they must work towards. This is my message to the young people.” —– Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam