• A Visit to an Orphanage
    It was August the 15th, our Independence day. The day on which we had planned to do something special, something different, something we haven’t done so far. So we started thinking about what can be done which could make us and others happy. And suddenly this idea popped up in our mind, to visit a...
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  • Planning the Day. a Visit to an Orphanage
    It was August the 15th, our Independence day. The day on which we had planned to do something special, something different, something we haven’t done so far. So we started thinking about what can be done which could make us and others happy. And suddenly this idea popped up in our mind, to visit a...
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     Preparing Your Family for an Orphanage Visit: Is Your Child Ready? C h e c klis t A d vic e f r o m T h e r a pis t s a n d E x p e rie n c e d P a r e n t s By Jean MacLeod An orphanage visit can be a beneficial event for an adoptee, providing a link to personal history and a grounded...
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  • Visit to Orphanage
    A visit to Vivekananda Orphanage, Rembau For our General Studies final project, we planned to visit an orphanage in Rembau to do some charity work. When it reach the clock 6.30am, we all need to be prepare and gather at the cafateria, put all the thing , toys , sweets and gifts beside and...
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  • Visit to Orphanage
    A Visit to an Orphanage It was August the 15th, our Independence day. The day on which we had planned to do something special, something different, something we haven’t done so far. So we started thinking about what can be done which could make us and others happy. And suddenly this idea popped u...
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  • Visit to an Orphange
    On saturday, myself along with 3 of my friends went to an orphanage in Dapodi, Pune. It is located in a slum-like area and run by Mrs Tulve who started it in 2000. On reaching there we had a discussion with Tulve Kaku (or simply Kaku now onwards).  The story goes like this in her words- "I was...
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  • Orphanage Management
    Orphanages 1. Daar-Ul-Tanzeem, Children Home 2. Anjuman Taleem-Ul-Quran 3. Daar-Ul-Shafqat, Anjuman Hamayat-e-Islam Location: (Gawaal Mandi & Raaj Garh) Group Members 1. Raza Ur Rehman L1F10MBAM0186 2. Hira Mumtaz L1F10MBAM0210 3. Adnan Ashraf L1F10MBAM0184 4...
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  • Visit to Orphanage
    Visit To Orphanage Two years back one of my very good friend told me that she was going to orphanage. It was Sunday and so I decided to join her . I picked her up from her residence and we went to orphanage run by trust in name of one of most pious soul that world had ever seen. It was my first...
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  • Gotong-Royong-Model Answer (Experience at a Children’s Orphanage)
    GOTONG-ROYONG-MODEL ANSWER (EXPERIENCE AT A CHILDREN’S ORPHANAGE) Last Friday, the Interact Club made a visit to the Cherish Children’s Orphanage in conjunction with Hari Raya Puasa. A team of twenty students equipped with cleaning tools, presents, food and musical instruments made their...
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  • Wet Port Visit Report
    Wet-Port Visit Report 2011 ABHINAV ARYA MBA(IB) 2010-12 9/19/2011 A. Ports in Malaysia Prior to the Port Privatisation Act 1990, Malaysian ports were managed and operated by the government. Post-implementation of the Act, the government role has become focused as a regulatory body, and p...
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  • Visit to a Hospital
    Rainwater harvesting Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation and deposition of rainwater for reuse before it reaches the aquifer. Uses include water for garden, water for livestock, water for irrigation, etc. In many places the water collected is just redirected to a deep pit with percolation...
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  • performance of family physion in intial visit of antinatal care
    Evaluating the Quality of Health Care 1. Learning Objectives After reviewing this chapter readers should be able to: • Define quality of health care; • Understand different approaches to assessing quality of health care; • Be aware of examples of structure, process, and outcome measures...
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