admin

What’s worse? Corona Virus or Lock-down?

It’s been quite long since we’ve all been praying for this lockdown to come to an end. While most of us are constantly pushing on the fact that our lives have reached an extreme level of boredom, some others actually do not have the privilege to get to that level. While we rant about boredom as our life’s biggest issue on social media, some actual issues are not getting the attention they deserve.

In this time period, domestic violence has reached its peak. Most of you would be offended by how I disgraced your rants about boredom, but unawareness is a huge problem that needs to be taken into account. So this information is basically about identifying the ignorance that is in a way extremely dangerous.

Domestic violence involves a pattern of psychological, physical, sexual, financial, and emotional abuse. Acts of assault, threats, humiliation, and intimidation are also considered acts of violence. Domestic violence as perceived doesn’t only occur with married people, it can be with anyone, by any family members. But there is no denying the fact that 85% of the cases are of women and of married couples. I was going through some news articles and one news just threw me over the edge.

Just before the coronavirus lockdown was imposed in India, a young woman went to her parent’s home to find a safe shelter as her husband used to beat her, and she couldn’t stand the idea of staying with her husband 24 hours every day locked in those four walls.

But little did she know that hopes to have a Safe Haven are going to be crushed and thrown into the trash can. According to the news, her brother beat her up! The defense used by him was that he was facing financial crises due to the lockdown. Such an amazing excuse to beat someone up, isn’t it? Just because they are not dealing with the situation aggressively, doesn’t mean they are your punching bag. These cases have exponentially increased over the globe, not only in India but in developed countries like China, the United Kingdom, and the United States among others. The victims not only include women but also men and children, and is sometimes extended to the old members of the family.

Most of the people ignore the signs of the onset of domestic violence.

How can you determine whether you are in an abusive relationship or not?

Are you scared of your partner all the time?

Do you prefer to bury some topics because you fear the consequences that you might face?

Do you fear the anger, the yelling, the humiliation of your partner/family member even if you choose to address a simple issue?

Does your partner frame you for his actions?

Domestic violence is an act of abuse by family members and in most cases, the victim is not able to put up a good fight or present any rebuttals to the accusations made by the abuser and this may eventually lead to domestic rapes. These actions affect the mental health of the children and all the other people living around the victim and the abuser.

The children who experience abuse at an early stage in their lives tend to have deep impacts on their minds, which in most cases are carried with them for the rest of their lives. These children are exposed to excessive levels of additional developmental risk factors who were at some point involved in these incidents to varying degrees.

I know it’s a lot of information to grab but if anyone who is reading this can be saved from this torture, then this will be a huge development. Every woman, man, or child (aggrieved person) who is or has been in a domestic relationship with the perpetrator (respondent) of the domestic violence can take help of the PWDV ACT, 2005. Help can be sort from NGOs, Police, Protection of Women against Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (PWDV ACT, 2005). The Protection officer of the area and register DIR (Domestic Incident Report) can too be contacted. The victim can also go directly to the magistrate. It can be hard to recognize or admit that you’re in an abusive relationship- but help is available. Remember no one deserves to be abused!

Read more

Fight Corona Virus April 11, 2020

Not everyone is equally privileged and a lot of people live life in shambles in complete destitute. Hold on a second, think of the people who are expecting least for their livelihood, still they are surviving a lot to earn it. All we need is each other. If today, in this infernal situation you will help them, out of nowhere, the blessing of them will going to be a greatest present for you , as we say that what goes around comes around. Trust me it always feels good to do something for a needy being, it assures you to be in a good spirit. IAMSTILLHUMAN provided ration for 15 days to those people who are in need. In this perturb situation be a ray of hopes in someone’s life. Share your hands with us. Your one step will create a great difference.
For Donations follow the link http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/
Bank Details: • Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.
Paytm – +91-7508090030
Read more

Fight Corona Virus April 10, 2020

Unlike us, there is no work from home for our jawans so it was our privilege to support the saviours of our country. For the heroes who are never off duty, we distributed masks to the CRPF soldiers so that they can prevent themselves from Corona Virus while they are on field. Our team also asked for their well being and we wish them the very best of health in serving our nation during this pendamic. More power to our soldiers and we hope that with unity and great willpower, our nation will be able to overcome this crisis we are in today.
For Donations follow the link http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/
Bank Details:
• Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.
Paytm – +91-7508090030
Read more

Fight Corona Virus April 8, 2020

If we all come together as one , nothing in this world is impossible.
Certainly times are hard for all of us but there is still a lot to hold on to. We can’t let the clicking clock blind us to the fact that life is a mystery. It has been unravelled many times before and surely it will be solved this time as well. All that we are required to do is spread hope and resources.
IASH has been working for this for long and will continue to do so till the times are better for each one us. The food distribution drive will continue to bring people together by heart. It will keep uplifting their spirits for an amazing future that awaits them!
You can follow the link as given to support us.
Bank Details:
• Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.
Paytm – +91-7508090030
Thank you!
Read more

While we have roofs on our heads and we don’t have enough time to be thankful about it

While we have roofs on our heads and we don’t have enough time to be thankful about it, there are some daily wage workers who are sleeping in open markets, hungry and with just one sheet of cloth. They have no food, let alone products of hygiene. We thank all of you for the support you’re giving us, thus helping us get the basics to these people and bring a smile on their sorrowful faces. Hopefully you’ll continue to do so till we reach the finish line and win over Corona Virus. Please follow the link to make your donation.
Please follow the link as given to support humanity.

Online Donation Link – http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/

Bank Details:
• Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.
Paytm – +91-7508090030

 

Read more

Continuing to help the Corona Virus hit underprivileged people by providing them Food and Ration for 15 days.

Continuing to help the Corona Virus hit underprivileged people by providing them Food and Ration for 15 days. With your support, many more such underprivileged people who count on people like you and us can get food to feed their hunger-stricken families. Donations of any amount are highly appreciated.

Online Donation Link – http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/

Bank Details:
• Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.

Paytm – +91-7508090030

Read more

We’d like to thank Chandigarh Police for their efforts and their support

We’d like to thank Chandigarh Police for their efforts and their support to our organization for our initiative against Corona Virus. They helped our team in distributing food and health material to the hungry underprivileged and also helped in spreading awareness about social distancing. We’re grateful for all the support we are getting for this cause and would further appeal all of you to also join us in this initiative so that we can continue to fight this battle against hunger and Corona Virus.
Please follow the link as given to support humanity.

Online Donation Link – http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/

Bank Details:
• Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.

Paytm – +91-7508090030

Read more

Supporting the under privileged fight hunger due to Corona Virus in our on going initiative

Supporting the under privileged fight hunger due to Corona Virus in our on going initiative. We are making all efforts to transform someone’s hunger into happiness but we need your support. We appeal all of you contribute to this cause so that many more such people can get the required help.
Please follow the link as given to support humanity.

Online Donation Link – http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/

Bank Details:
• Account Name – I Am Still Human
• Account No. – 044688700000033
• IFS Code – YESB0000446
• Branch – Sector 17, Chandigarh.

Paytm – +91-7508090030

Read more

The poor fear that hunger would kill them before Corona Virus!

The poor fear that hunger would kill them before Corona Virus! They have no food, no shelter, and no money to buy even a piece of bread! Their hopeful eyes are in the constant wait of someone who will come and rescue them from this unceasing trap.

In our on going initiative of distributing Food and Ration to the needy daily wage workers who are financially hit badly by the Corona Virus, our mentor Mr Bobby Singh joined us on ground zero and helped us in the distribution of relief material. As they received it, they felt contented to witness that there is still some good left in this world to ease their distress and end their hunger. Can you even imagine yourself in their shoes? For the sake of humanity, let us all come together and try to help them. Every little action goes a long way in ensuring that millions don’t starve to death, and with your support we can make that possible. Please follow the link to make your contribution and bring some light in their dark lives.

Link – http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/

Read more

India’s poorest fear that hunger may kill them before corona virus

India’s poorest fear that hunger may kill them before corona virus. And our aim is not to let such a situation take place. When I Am Still Human got the information that 8 labourers were stuck in a construction site surviving just on air and unsafe water, without anything to eat, our team went to the site and gave them a full fledged food supply for 15 days. Our intention is to help as many people as possible and for this we’d request you all to join us and support us in our journey against hunger. Your contribution to this initiative can help save many lives!We’d like to express our profuse thanks to Mr Simratjeet Singh Bawa, Customs Inspector, Chandigarh, Mr. Joydeep Singh (Patiala) and Dr. Amanpreet Singh (Ludiana). It’s because of people like you that we can help the needy people better. Your support is very much appreciated. Also, we appreciate the efforts of Ms. Ayesha for contacting us with information about these labourers in need.

You contribute, we serve. Let’s work together in helping Underprivileged fight Corona Virus and Hunger.

Donate and Support : http://iamstillhuman.org/fightcoronavirus/

Read more

English Idioms by theidioms.com