The Department of Palliative Medicine and Supportive Care organised a Palliative Care Awareness Walkathon on 12th October 2019 as part of World Hospice and Palliative Care Day activities. The walkathon witnessed people from all walks of life in attendance, including several esteemed healthcare professionals. Following the walkathon, a short program was held at Dr TMA Pai Hospital, Udupi, to raise awareness about palliative care and its benefits among the general public.
“Therapy is self-care—it’s an hour of focusing on just yourself and voicing the thoughts in your head that you cannot otherwise say out loud.”
In an attempt to break the stigma surrounding it, MAHE students open up about their experiences with therapy and how it has helped them.
The Manipal Runner’s Club recently organised a 5K run to raise awareness about drug abuse. Drawing in a large participation, it made for an enjoyable Sunday morning spent outdoors while contributing to a cause. Read on for more details about the event.
On 15th September 2018, AIESEC organised a cleanliness drive as a part of their attempt to spread awareness about World Cleanup Day. A whopping 850 students from various colleges across the university enrolled for the event.
On Saturday, August 18, The Psych Club, Manipal and Ek Sangharsh put together an interactive session for the students at Manipal Pre-University College, aimed at spreading awareness about the importance of keeping one’s surroundings hygienic.
Members of Engineers Without Borders and Scio Foundation reached out to the residents of Kemmannu for an awareness drive, talking to them about the importance of proper waste disposal and personal hygiene, and the ways to achieve this.
Manipal boasts a diverse environment and widespread birdwatching community. Join The Manipal Birder’s Club for a morning with our town’s most elusive residents.
Drug addiction festers under the neglect of society, and to combat this neglect, MIT’s Rotaract club conducted a “Stay Safe” anti-drug walk, on the 9th of February, from Kamath Circle to Tiger Circle and back. The president of the organizing club, Sarvendra Agarwal, said, “People