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Stories of Change

Stories of Change is an initiative from the IHF team to celebrate Universal Children’s Day (UCD) along with the entire world. Every year IHF celebrates Universal Children’s Day with lots of activities on all our Campuses.

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Hierarchy of Need

Motivation is a dynamic process of inner urges and changes that stimulate behavior to achieve these needs, mediated by the environment and individual. The Hierarchy of Need is directly related to learning through motivation.

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Global Hand Washing Day 2020

On 15th October, 2020 It’s Humanity Foundation partnered with Community Partners Internationals to celebrate Global Handwashing Day

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Food Relief

It’s Humanity Foundation and Footsteps Bangladesh has partnered together to distribute food relief among 125 families where each family was given an estimated 40kgs of food.

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Summer Internship

Summer Internship: IHF welcomes five new young talent

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Story Telling Session

Story Telling Session By ANKUR-Child Brain Development Center of IHF

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Project Homeschooling

Students, their parents, and educators around the world are feeling the extraordinary ripple effect of the novel coronavirus as schools are shutting down and quarantine methods are being ordered to cope with the global pandemic.

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Crisis Fund Distribution

On 19th May for the second time, our school teachers and volunteers were able to deliver food for about 10 days on the occasion of Ramadan among 150 families in Tongi. With the support of Horlicks we also distributed a jar of horlicks for each student

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Covid 19 Crisis Fund Distribution Day 8

Months long coronavirus lockdown is inflicting havoc on Bangladesh, where more than 30% of the total population live below the poverty line. This unexpected lockdown has stung millions all over the country.

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Covid-19 Crisis Fund Distribution Day 7

Our main objective is to help them survive this uncertain crisis so that the morale of these marginalized people does not break down and we can continue to fight against the pandemic through small sacrifices.

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