Importance Of Social Work In The Pandemic

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14 Aug 2021
04:00 PM

About this webinar

Importance Of Social Work In The Pandemic

In the Pandemic, everything has changed for everyone. Many people are suffering to fulfil their daily needs. Many people do not have the access to afford gadgets for online education, others do not have a privilege of a work from home job in this pandemic. Social workers in many countries are supporting communities affected of COVID-19. Social work plays a key role in combating the spread of the virus by promoting the protection of communities through physical separation and social solidarity. Many students are also doing their best in helping others by providing food and other needful resources. In this session, the mentor will talk about the importance of helping others and the benefit it has. This session will also talk about how helping others can change our perception of seeing this world.

Webinar Facilitator

Ms. Mansi Yadav Freelance Social worker

Ms. Mansi Yadav excelled in her school education. Having pursued her graduation in Political Science from Daulat Ram College of Delhi University North Campus, she has worked with different committees of her college and was part of the management team. In her final year, She was the management head of the political science department. She has worked with the NSS team of her college for 3 years and contributed to social work. Mansi believes that a little help to the needy can make a big change in their lives. This drives a lot of happiness in her life as she feels content when people smile because of her. For her, simplicity is the key to happiness. Her mantra for life is to turn 'I can’t' into a 'I can'.

Benefits Of Webinar

1. Learn the importance of helping others.
2. Get to know more about social work.
3. Learn the various situations social work has come to rescue for backward communities.
4. This webinar will help you to understand more about the areas that still require help and intervention