Feb 21st, 2023
Feb 21st is being celebrated as the International Mother Language Day globally. Roar 4 Change has taken step of adopting the village of Mansa in Punjab. Roar 4 Women empowerment ( Roar 4 WE) program is enabling women of the Mansa village to make traditional Punjabi handmade products such phulkari dupatta, hand fans, bags.
Baljit Singh, Chairman of Roar 4 Change said, “We have started our humble effort from Mansa where we are enabling employment and skill for the hand made products. As a first project, we are delivering 300 bags to Punjabi University, Patiala for the International Conference on The Growth of Biological Sciences in 21st Century which is being held on 2-4 March, 2023.”
Baljit Singh, further added said, “We are glad that we have started our humble efforts with the bag and which is being delivered to the esteemed Punjabi University, Patiala for their conference. The university is the only the second university in the world to be named after a language, after Hebrew University of Israel. The bags have Gurmukhi language letters on side of the bag and the conference logo on the other side. A great way to celebrate the International Mother Language Day.”
About Roar 4 Change
Roar 4 Change is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing change and increasing the Happiness Index by actively contributing to the socioeconomic development of all communities worldwide. Roar 4 Change focuses on helping the community, environment and providing disaster support through its initiatives: Roar 4 Climate, Roar 4 Education, Roar 4 Help, Roar 4 Happiness, Roar 4 Women Empowerment and Roar 4 Water.
Please feel free to contact Mr. Baljit Singh for any further information via email [email protected]
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One thought on “Roar 4 Change celebrates the International Mother Language Day with products from Mansa, Punjab”
Which village from Mansa district?Mansa is a city.A village near my town,named Attalan(dist Patiala) is famous for phulkari so if any requirement is here I can introduce them
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