Children's Academy Nurturing Water Warriors From A Tender Age

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This school in Mumbai believes in instilling habits of saving water right from childhood to ensure a better tomorrow.

Written By Debolina Datta | Mumbai | Updated On:

We always hear that the habits we inculcate at a very small age is what remains with us forever. These early habits make an impact on the individual. Childrens Academy in Malad, Mumbai have incorporated this very ideology. They have started to nurture the children with the habit of conserving water. Through unique initiatives, the school is teaching the children, methods of water conservation in their homes and schools. One of the methods are ‘Cutting Paani’ which is based on the concept of filling half your glass and drinking that water fully.  

Parents of the Children’s Academy students are impressed with these activities. They believe its good to be scolded by little children about water conservation methods and being reminded to close taps. It is necessary that every individual realizes the mass effect these small activities can make.  

Here’s how you can contribute in making every drop count: 

Take the pledge by logging onto www.republicworld.com or give a missed call on 1800 120 887788. 

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