Early Times Report
Jammu, Dec 7: The Innerwheel Club Samparak, led by President Reva Raina, took a proactive step in promoting the safety and empowerment of girls by providing self-defense training to 30 students at SUNRISE Public School, which the club has adopted.
The training session was conducted by Arshi Nad, a club member who holds the prestigious title of an International coach of Judo techniques under the Sports Authority of India. The initiative was carried out under the theme “STRONG THE WOMEN, STRONGER THE WORLD,” aligning with the club’s commitment to women’s empowerment.
President Reva Raina conveyed a powerful message during the session, stating, “The theme under which the training to girls students was imparted itself indicates that strong women make a stronger world.” The club emphasized the importance of equipping young girls with self-defense skills to foster confidence and resilience.
The event was not only about physical training but also included a focus on mental empowerment. After the self-defense session, refreshments were provided to the participating girls, creating a positive and encouraging atmosphere.
The team from Innerwheel Club Samparak, including Secretary Anila Mengi, Asha Devi, Pinky Malhotra, Radha Gupta, Neha Arora, Divya, Sonia, Ritu Gupta, and Rashi, actively participated in organizing and facilitating the training program. Their involvement highlighted the club’s dedication to community service and the well-being of young individuals.
This initiative by Innerwheel Club Samparak serves as a commendable step toward fostering self-confidence, safety awareness, and empowerment among young girls, contributing to the creation of a stronger and more secure society.