Activity based learning - Digestive System

Activity based learning workshop on digestive system. Content and audiovisual presentation prepared by Ms. Akriti Sharma


Workshop content preparation and chief faculty: 

Ms. Akriti Sharma


Supported by: Mr. Suryanshu Sharma 
(Volunteers)








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Activity based Learning - Solar System

Solar System Orientation Workshop Scope:

Session 1: About solar system, sun and inner planets; asteroid belt 

Session 2: Revision on session 1 and Orientation on Outer Planets including Pluto


Workshop content preparation and chief faculty: 

Ms. Akriti Sharma and Dr. Bushra Mirza


Click here for photo album


Click here to check concluding sessions with Learning Science with Art Activity





Learning Science with Art

After 2 workshops, orienting children about solar system, the workshop concludes with art activity. Children prepared sketch of Planetary System. 

Solar System Orientation Workshop Scope:


Session 1: About solar system, sun and inner planets; asteroid belt 


Session 2: Revision on session 1 and Orientation on Outer Planets including Pluto


Website link for session 1 and 2 - Click here


Session 3: Hands-on art session where children drawn the solar system on their own under guidance of faculty. 


Session 4: Concluding the workshop and putting up the work for display for future reference.



Workshop content preparation and chief faculty: 


Ms. Akriti Sharma and Dr. Bushra Mirza (Volunteers)


Supported by: Mr. Suryanshu Sharma 
(Volunteers)



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Best out of Waste

Don't Waste.. Make best out of Waste.
That's what children at "Trishul Learning Centre" did this Saturday.
Supported by: 

NatureKnights Asif, Monika Kudekar, Jasmine Louis, Ms. Keni, Ms. Niharika and Anoushka Asif Ebrahim.







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Helping Hands Sales of Products made by TWEP at TAJ

Helping Hands - Sales of Products made by Trishul Women Empowerment Program at TAJ on October 7th, 2016.

Know more about TWEP..

At Trishul Women Empowerment Program (TWEP), our aim is to support economically less-privileged women from rural areas and urban slums as well as revive traditional art and handicrafts by training and encouraging budding artisans through our skill development programs. 

At TWEP, we conduct free skill development workshops on hand embroidery, painting methods such as Madhubani and Warli, basic stitching, and creating home decors, handcrafted jewelry, bags, hand-painted greeting cards, and so on.
Livelihood generation program: Sales proceeds of our carefully crafted products ensure a steady source of income for the women involved. As Trishul extends the training and support to more and more women, we hope to better the lives of multitudes of families, as empowering a woman means empowering a family. 


At TWEP, we also conduct periodic health check-up; mentoring and counselling sessions, yoga, and similar supportive activities. We are also planning to start a daily nutrition program at TWEP and TLC to tackle urban malnutrition, a much-ignored malady. read on..


Planning

If your plan is for 1 year, plant rice.
If your plan is for 10 years, plant trees.
If your plan is for 100 years, educate children.


Nivedita Prakhar - conducting Maths and Science Session at Trishul Learning Centre



About Trishul



 Registrations


Registration as Charitable Society
Maharashtra/1368/1996/GBBSD


Date of reg. – 17/10/1996
State where registered Maharashtra
Registration under societies registration act 1860


Registration as Charitable Trust
Registration number F/19282 (Mumbai)


Date of reg. - 04/08/1997
Registration under Bombay public trust act 1950

Income Tax Permanent Account No. (ITPAN) - AATT3316K 


Registration12AA (l)(b) w.e.f. 1.4.2007

80 G Registration No 41635


Regd. Address  -602 – God’s Gift Tower, Yari Road, Mumbai – 400061.

Works Address:

Trishul Women Empowerment Program
131/4, Aram Nagar Part 1, Opp. Joseph Patel Wadi
After Versova Welfare School Ground, Old Fisheries Road, Seven Bunglows,
Versova, Andheri (West), Mumbai – 400061.

Trishul Learning Centre
Joseph Patel Wadi, After Versova Welfare School Ground
Old Fisheries Road, Seven Bunglows,
Versova, Andheri (West), Mumbai – 400061.

About Trishul  

A registered charitable organization working towards building self-sustainable communities through skill development, education and livelihood programs in urban slums and economically weak rural villages in India. Core programs focus on empowering Women through skill development and empowering children’s through education.

Over last two decades, completed several projects in the areas of hygiene and sanitation, waste management, education, health and nutrition, disaster management, youth empowerment and environment conservation.

Video Snapshot of Few moments at Trishul (April 2016 to September 2016) - Click here

A Documentary Video made by Student of Trishul Women Empowerment Program - Click here

Vision

To excel as an NGO facilitating self-sustainable communities in urban slums and economically backward rural villages with focus on women and children. 


Mission

  • Empower women from urban slums and economically weaker communities from rural villages through skill and capability development.
  • Assist women in livelihood generation and improving quality of life.
  • Impart knowledge and life skills to children from urban slums and economically weaker rural communities through holistic learning program.
  • Empower  youth through skill development workshops; mentoring and coaching sessions; and generating career opportunities.
  • Inculcate healthy and hygienic habits among less-privileged communities.
  • Facilitate waste management in urban slums through recycling and up-cycling.
  • Create awareness on and prepare citizens for disaster management.
  • Build self-sustainable communities in rural areas (model village).

Few of Trishul Projects


Trishul Women Empowerment Program

At Trishul Women Empowerment Program (TWEP), our aim is to support economically less-privileged women from rural areas and urban slums as well as revive traditional art and handicrafts by training and encouraging budding artisans through our skill development programs. 
At TWEP, we conduct free skill development workshops on hand embroidery, painting methods such as Madhubani and Warli, basic stitching, and creating home decors, handcrafted jewelry, bags, hand-painted greeting cards, and so on.

Livelihood generation program at TWEP: Sales proceeds of our carefully crafted products ensure a steady source of income for the women involved. As Trishul extends the training and support to more and more women, we hope to better the lives of multitudes of families, as empowering a woman means empowering a family. 


At TWEP, we also conduct periodic health check-up; mentoring and counselling sessions, yoga, and similar supportive activities. We are also planning to start a daily nutrition program at TWEP and TLC to tackle urban malnutrition, a much-ignored malady.

Click here to know more about Trishul Women Empowerment Program








Trishul Learning Center

Our objective at Trishul Learning Centre (TLC) is to help children from economically weaker communities in rural areas and urban slums build a strong educational foundation, develop self-esteem, and assimilate  values, which will help them maximise their potential and become economically independent and responsible citizens.

At Trishul, we believe education and life skills development are primary stepping stones for children from less-privileged communities to enter the mainstream economy and lead a better-quality life. 
At TLC, we provide free learning facility to children, focusing on Math, Science, and English. We blend our coaching with activity-based learning, project work, field trips, arts, crafts, sports and unstructured play to facilitate holistic development of the children. Expert counselling and mentoring sessions on career and personality development are also conducted by visiting faculty.

Click here to know about Trishul Learning Centre




Medical Health and Hygiene Camps

TLC - Safe Environment to Play for Children

Play is what  children and young  people do when  they follow their  own ideas and  interests, in their  own way and for  their own reasons
play encompasses children's behaviour which is freely chosenpersonally directed and intrinsically motivated. It is performed for no external goal or reward, and is a fundamental and integral part of healthy development - not only for individual children, but also for the society in which they live.

(Video spontaneous  dance sessions in play time totally initiated and managed by children).