SAVE GIRL CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION IN CHRIST UNIVERSITY


SAVE GIRL CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION CAMPAIGN  IN CHRIST UNIVERSITY august 2014  Bangalore India
 PRAGATI SINGH  BBA CHRIST UNIVERSITY 
SCEAD foundation has been helping underprivileged children, women and disabled people to stand out and no long being under the marginalized group. It’s most recent Save The Girl Child campaign 2014 was to create awareness among people that girl child is not a burden. By putting up exhibitions in various galleries and also the most recent in Christ University SCEAD had been successfully affected many people through the pictures. Each picture clicked by Sanyukta Gupta who has now worked with SCEAD for a long time now, tells a different story altogether. The pictures framed have the child’s name, age and a thank you note. 11 of these pictures have been selected to been showcased in Venice. Its aim is to spread message against female foeticide, infanticide and the importance of educating a girl child. That each and every child in this earth deserves an equal chance, so why are the girls being deprived of it? The exhibition held in Christ University attracted many students who came and looked through all these pictures and wrote a message on the chart paper. People also played maze games where they had to direct a girl towards a school. This was mainly done not just for fun but to create awareness and that we privileged ones must direct the unprivileged ones. We need to be the change. I would like to thank you Daniel Sir for letting me be a part of this foundation. I would love to volunteer again and would continue to find galleries for save the girl child campaign.
 
                                                                                                             




             It was a pleasant experience to volunteer for the Save the Girl Child campaign at Christ University. It was a success as we felt obliged to spread the word amongst the crowd in the campus. The 30 pictures that were put up in order to showcase the different roles played by the girl child in the society also caught the attention of the crowd. We were happy to let them know about the noble cause that SCEAD supports and executes. We were also able to attract the fathers and faculty members to come forward and give their message for the cause.
Being a girl myself, working for the cause helped me understand the plight and condition of women and the girl child in our society. Thank you Sir for giving me the opportunity to work with you for the campaign. I feel proud to have been a part of this.

Thanking You,

Mayuri Dey,
Christ University.


I’m not particularly good with emotions but I did try my best.
The ‘Save the Girl Child Campaign’ – I got to see 30 photos with children who’ve been given an opportunity to have a better life. This campaign doesn’t tell you outright- ‘Go save them!’ It instead does the same in a subtle manner. It shows you what good happens from saving them. It doesn’t give you instructions (because everyone has the right to do it the way the feel they should); it instead shows you the outcome of any help that goes in. The gratefulness of the young girls, the happiness in their faces and the content feeling those who help get when they see it. That’s a powerful and different way to put across emotions, showcasing the happiness and not the misery. When you see misery, you see something that you could have not been responsible for; but when you see the happiness, it’s something you know your capable of giving. Everyone wants to feel good and this induces either that feeling or reminds you that it is very much possible. Sometimes, you have to remind people that helping people goes both ways. It makes both parties feel good. We’re all selfish to an extent and, whether intentionally or unintentionally, this makes use of that emotion. After all, we’d pay any price to feel like we’ve done something good in this world. I’ve not seen many campaigns in this world but given what I’ve seen so far, this was definitely the most different. Sanjna Satyamoorthy
3 BBA ‘B’
Christ University





t was a pleasure working for the scead foundation.It gave me a newexperience.it was a nice experience gathering people to sign and contribute.The people themselves were willingly coming to our stalls since the tagline of saving the girl child itself was so powerful. this opportunity gave me a chance to do something from my part.I thank you for the opportunity provided and wish to contribute more if possible.

Manya Rao
Christ University







Female foeticide and infanticide is not the only issues with a girl child in India. At every stage of life she is discriminated and neglected for basic nutrition, education and living standard. When she was in the womb, she was forced to miss the moment when she was supposed to enter the world. At the time of birth her relatives pulled her back and wrung her neck. After killing her she was thrown into a trash can. “Save the Girl Child” Campaign is so important to promote girls' rights and lift them out of poverty. It is geared towards equipping, enabling and engaging girls of all ages to acquire the assets, skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in life. Investing in girls delivers a higher return than any other investment made in a country’s development. Therefore, as a girl, I will stand and support.


Name: Steffi Augustina Mary 
Class: 3BBA-B 
Reg. no.: 1311784
Christ University, Bangalore. 




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