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Goals Medical Camps

Even after decades of freedom, India is struggling to provide basic health services to its people. According to government sources, in India 45 children die every hour due to respiratory infections. 1 child dies every 2 minutes due to diarrhea. And annually, about 2 million children under 5 years of age die due to preventable diseases. The situation calls for timely care and diagnosis, which can reduce the incidence of morbidity and mortality especially among children and women.

GOAL HEALTH CAMP is one such special initiative of the Glorious Organization for Accelerated for Literacy to provide healthcare services to meet the immediate health care needs of the marginalized community in remote rural areas and slums through standalone camps. Customized health camps are organized extensively across the country offering comprehensive health services – curative, preventive, promotive and referral, to a large number of people in selected intervention areas. Multi-disciplinary projects include gynecological, pediatric, ophthalmology and surgical services, etc., whereas other interventions can be general in nature.

Duration of GOAL HEALTH CAMPS varies between one day and 15 days with frequencies ranging between a month and a year. The uniqueness of the model lies in its comprehensive approach where health promotion and prevention are given equal importance while curative care is administered. We are available for work, with organizations and institutions and individual persons, in association and achieve our mission of Glorious Organization Accelerated to literacy to conduct GOAL HEALTH CAMP successfully.

“All Woman Have monumental role in shaping the destiny of the nation”

Self-protection is what allows you to prevent, identify and avoid violence. Self-defense is what you do when this isn't sufficient or enough e.g. the situation you are in sudden changes, your assailant has managed to disguise the actions and behaviors that they need to engage in before assaulting you etc. It should always be stressed that learning, physical techniques should take second place to learning how to predict and prevent violence from occurring in the first place however it should also be recognized that in certain situations it is hard to prevent or dissuade someone from acting violently and so it is necessary to know how to physically deal with such situations. Whilst violence against individuals is predictable you may not always have the time and space to act on the evident predictors and so knowing how to deal with basic attacks etc. is a necessary skill set to have.

GOAL for Try to make a Self Defense system that recognizes the difference between real-life violence and that which martial arts commonly present. GOAL recognizes that if/when you are assaulted you will act in a certain way, that you will be subject to the effects of adrenaline and the consequences of being in a heightened emotional state - there will be things you are just not capable of doing e.g. if you've ever tried tying your shoelaces when you are in a hurry, you may have found that you had difficulty completing a task you have completed and repeated many times before; under stress the fine motor skills that are necessary for you to perform this simple task deteriorate. When you are assaulted, there will be things you are simply not able to do/perform. This means for any technique to be effective it must be very straightforward and "easy" to perform.

Perhaps the most important aspect of physical self-defense is a mindset. A simple technique performed mechanically and without emotion will fail. The only way to defeat a violent aggressor is to become more aggressive and violent. This can never be stressed enough. This doesn't mean you have to become an angry person in day to day life, rather that you must be able to "flip a switch" when attacked, that sees you move from the nice, every day, the person that you are, to someone who is prepared to do anything to survive - there are no rules and your attacker won't be working with any. When you practice a technique, you should do so with full aggression. This doesn't mean you have to hurt your partner, but rather that you should make a mental switch, that moves you from one emotional state to another. A good place to really "find yourself" is when striking the pads - all the techniques in the women's self-defense program involve big movements, when you strike the pads use your whole body and try and put every part of your being into your strikes.

“We will try Hard to do what Women’s Safety needs from us”.