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Md Hasnain Khan:


Md Hasnain Khan: Youngest Musical Artist, singer, musician & youtuber From Hisua ,nawada ,bihar

He started his career in 2021, and his age is only 18 years. He is the youngest best Artist of hisua, nawada, bihar Music Industry who has succeeded in achieving success at a very young age and has set a precedent for the youth.


When a person is deeply passionate about doing something, the result is always positive. Something like this has also happened with singer Md Hasnain Khan . From his childhood, Md Hasnain Khan has grown up listening to a lot of Lo-Fi Beats and learned it and decided to venture into the singing industry. Today, he’s well-known and considered as one of the best talents. But his journey was not a smooth one.


Dreams always come true for people who take lots of effort and appreciate every small or big opportunity that comes their way. Some people go their solo way to make their dreams come true. Md Hasnain Khan from hisua,nawada,bihar, is an independent musician, musical artist , Singer & youtuber who is all set to entertain his fans with a new song


Hisua,nawada,bihar Artist Md Hasnain Khan is busy promoting his upcoming video. Md Hasnain Khan is constantly sharing information about it on social media. Md Hasnain Khan is giving a story about his new music video by putting a story on his Instagram. Md Hasnain Khan told that he gave many songs he had sung to big companies early in his career Md Hasnain Khan is famous with his Artistic Stage Name Md Hasnain Khan’, who is succeeded in achieving success at a very young age and has set a precedent for the youth. It has been very loyal and passionate about its work, which is the only means of reaching success. He earned fame in the society.


Anyone can enjoy His Amazing Lo-Fi, Slowed and Reverb & 8D, by Md Hasnain Khan across various platforms like Gaana, Spotify, Apple Music, Instagram Music, Tidel, Deezer, Jio Savan , Soundcloud and also YouTube, etc.

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Hamari Pahchan is a non-governmental organization which provides a platform for deserving people from all across society and helps them to make their own identity. The team is filled with a will to contribute towards society at large focusing on making people happier and filled with chances of success.

To live life is a reality, but to earn it is a dream. How often the happy moments of our lives suffice to convince ourselves about the value and meaningfulness of our existence? Many a times. but they are often disrupted by the petty conditions and the deplorable existence of our fellow human beings. Mere realization or the expression of anguish is not enough. In order to identify ourselves, we often associate the appreciation and criticism of our loved ones and thereby rely on them for testimony. HAMARI PAHCHAN intends to widen this exercise of identification. It is not just limited to a specific gender, age group or a particular methodology for conditioning the advancement of this society.


“Illiteracy is India’s sin and shame and must be liquidated” – Mahatma Gandhi

Large numbers of out of school children (OOSC): There are close to six million out of school children in India. Out of 100 students, 29 per cent of girls and boys drop out of school before completing the full cycle of elementary education, and often they are the most marginalised children. India is the second most populous state after China and despite education being the fundamental right in India, India stands in having highest uneducated adults in the world, and as we know, education teaches man to think rationally, act positively and behave in acceptable manner. This level of illiteracy shouldn’t be allowed to spread to the coming generations and despite the measures that the Indian government has taken to encourage children to go to school there are children that are still left behind; this is were Hamari Pahchan NGO comes, we help children that are left behind and we provide basic necessities that required in this technological period; and along with quality education we also provide necessary needs for the children, and it is truely one of a kind.

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Poverty is the worst form of violence”. – Mahatma Gandhi.


We can define poverty as the condition where the basic needs of a family, like food, shelter, clothing, and education are not fulfilled. It can lead to other problems like poor literacy, unemployment, malnutrition, etc. A poor person is not able to get education due to lack of money and therefore remains unemployed. An unemployed person is not able to buy enough & nutritious food for his family and their health decline. A weak person lacks the energy required for the job. A jobless person remains poor only. Thus we can say that poverty is the root cause of other problems.

poverty essay.

Poverty is a social evil, we can also contribute to control it. For example- we can simply donate old clothes to poor people, we can also sponsor the education of a poor child or we can utilize our free time by teaching poor students. Remember before wasting food, somebody is still sleeping hungry.

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HARIHARAN P:

Hamari Pahchan, is a Delhi based NGO that puts forth a platform to aid the marginalized of our society. We provide a variety of opportunities to the underprivileged people so that they can create their own Pahchan (identity).


Our focus spans over multiple areas like education, menstrual health awareness, unemployment and hunger.


Since its inception in 2015, we have helped educate 11250+ children, help 2000+ women with employment opportunities, distributed 10,000+ menstrual hygiene kits and 1500+ corona kits.

Our relentless efforts have helped us in becoming one of the best NGOs in Delhi. Our projects like the Drishti Project (Educating Children), Sukhad Project (Awareness regarding menstrual hygiene for women, distribution of health kit), Skill Development (Providing employment opportunities to the underprivileged) and initiatives like COVID-19 aid, have proved immensely beneficial to a lot of people. Our team works with a will to elevate people’s lives, fulfil their dreams and make them self-reliant which will further accelerate national growth and push the Atma Nirbharta initiative to new heights.


We aim to reach out to the millions in

need of our support, as soon as possible.”

Through our workshops we have been able to educate 11250+ children

& conduct 3000+ distribution drives.


The number of children struggling with illiteracy in India is alarming. As per the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) 32 million children in India have never even seen the face of a school. Moreover, the Education Ministry revealed that 29 million children do not have access to necessary digital devices. Current scenario highlights the need to bridge the gap between the privileged and the underprivileged children.

To address this issue, Hamari Pahchan has come up with the Drishti Initiative. As a part of this program, we conduct training sessions as well as informative workshops around themes like personality development, basic communication skills, computing skills and the like for children deprived of the opportunity to develop such skill sets. Along with the above mentioned programs, recently, we have also come up with the “Gadgetshala” initiative under this project.

It primarily aims to deliver Drishti Classes with the aid of the internet and gadgets in order to improve a child’s learning experience. Mentors are assigned to groups of children to guide them through the learning process and to ensure that

they have easy access to resources.


Donate to help us send a child back to school, back to dreams!

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Social work is a practice-based profession that promotes social change, development, cohesion and the empowerment of people and communities. Social work practice involves the understanding of human development, behavior and the social, economic and cultural institutions and interactions.Hello friend


My name is Aman Kumar

I am student of

SR college of engineering jhansi


Now days, I am doing interns with Hamari pahchan NGO.

I am doing intern for poor people. Those people can't get food. Through thus intern you are learning new thing new value in this world. You will distribute food and other meal to poor, hunger people, then you feel good, donate blood, donate cloth, donate book to children's and my mentor miss Divya tomar mam help us for doing this internship. Help for those people who are poor, helpless, etc

Thanks you

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International fashion designer Priyanka Mallick joined at COP27, Egypt.

International fashion designer Priyanka Mallick joined COP27 in Egypt , virtually. She is a community adviser and member of the United Nations International and the Royal Commonwealth Society of the United Kingdom. She attended the meetings of the Food System Pavilion by FAO and UNFCC. She raised her voice about the climate emergency , hunger crisis, and gender equality for climate justice.

The United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 closed with a breakthrough agreement to provide “loss and damage” funding for vulnerable countries hit hard by climate disasters.


“This outcome moves us forward,” said Simon Stiell, UN Climate Change Executive Secretary. “We have determined a way forward on a decades-long conversation on funding for loss and damage – deliberating over how we address the impacts on communities whose lives and livelihoods have been ruined by the very worst impacts of climate change.”


Set against a difficult geopolitical backdrop, COP27 resulted in countries delivering a package of decisions that reaffirmed their commitment to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. The package also strengthened action by countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to the inevitable impacts of climate change, as well as boosting the support of finance, technology and capacity building needed by developing countries.


Creating a specific fund for loss and damage marked an important point of progress, with the issue added to the official agenda and adopted for the first time at COP27.


Governments took the ground-breaking decision to establish new funding arrangements, as well as a dedicated fund, to assist developing countries in responding to loss and damage. Governments also agreed to establish a ‘transitional committee’ to make recommendations on how to operationalize both the new funding arrangements and the fund at COP28 next year. The first meeting of the transitional committee is expected to take place before the end of March 2023.


Parties also agreed on the institutional arrangements to operationalize the Santiago Network for Loss and Damage, to catalyze technical assistance to developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change.


COP27 saw significant progress on adaptation, with governments agreeing on the way to move forward on the Global Goal on Adaptation, which will conclude at COP28 and inform the first Global Stocktake, improving resilience amongst the most vulnerable. New pledges, totaling more than USD 230 million, were made to the Adaptation Fund at COP27. These pledges will help many more vulnerable communities adapt to climate change through concrete adaptation solutions. COP27 President Sameh Shoukry announced the Sharm el-Sheikh Adaptation Agenda, enhancing resilience for people living in the most climate-vulnerable communities by 2030. UN Climate Change’s Standing Committee on Finance was requested to prepare a report on doubling adaptation finance for consideration at COP28 next year.

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