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Sunday, August 28, 2016
"In a country of more than a billion, a large number of #children suffer from high #malnutrition rates, poor sanitation and other issues including #childlabour. According to statistics, #India is home to the largest number of children in the world and it has 20 per cent of the 0-4 years’ child population of the world. Being a #mother, I understand the needs of a child. I always wanted to help the underprivileged children in some way but did not know how to do it. But then I got in touch with #CRY for one of their noble initiatives of sourcing art from prestigious artists. I readily agreed and wanted to do my part by contributing through my artistic skills so I thought of creating some work for CRY. I hold CRY in high esteem for long and am proud to have been associated with the organization. I'll be more than happy to participate in similar initiatives for CRY in future," Vidushini Prasad, Artist
You too can #doyourbit at www.cry.org
#madhubani #art #painting #motherandchild
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Pl post, if you have created any Madhubani with Elephant as the theme and support the cause.
Background: On August 12, 2012, the inaugural World Elephant Day was launched to bring attention to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. The elephant is loved, revered and respected by people and cultures around the world, yet we balance on the brink of seeing the last of this magnificent creature.
The escalation of poaching, habitat loss, human-elephant conflict and mistreatment in captivity are just some of the threats to both African and Asian elephants. Working towards better protection for wild elephants, improving enforcement policies to prevent the illegal poaching and trade of ivory, conserving elephant habitats, better treatment for captive elephants and, when appropriate, reintroducing captive elephants into natural, protected sanctuaries are the goals that numerous elephant conservation organizations are focusing on around the world.
World Elephant Day asks you to experience elephants in non-exploitive and sustainable environments where elephants can thrive under care and protection. On World Elephant Day, August 12, express your concern, share your knowledge and support solutions for the better care of captive and wild elephants alike.
Support World Elephant Day so that we can continue to be a collective voice speaking out on behalf of elephants!