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PETALS GLOBE is committed to drive changes for the children and the young minds, in tandem with the objectives set by the Governments, UNICEF and other Non-Governmental Organisations with similar objectives.

PETALS GLOBE works to help the young minds fulfill their potential from early childhood through adolescence and to defend their rights. Every child has the right to grow up in a safe and inclusive environment.

Petals Globe conceptualise and organize various programs for the intellectual and personal skill development of an young mind through various streams of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math and Soft skill programmes with special focus on Multiple Intelligence Development.

Petals Globe Foundation also works to fight against the evil practices that affect the growth and sustainability of children and students in general. We work to create a better and safer place for each child and build an armour against all kind of abuses, evil practices and wrong treatments against the children.

Petals Globe Foundation do recognize and honour the organizations and individuals who inspire and work for the holistic development of children.


UNICEF states, "Early childhood development For every child, early moments matter ”.

The solution suggested by UNICEF to achieve this is : Fast-growing brains need family-friendly policies and environments to keep them going.

Every time, a parent speaks to a young child, it sparks something in the child; it’s stimulation to the child. It forms brain connections : Dr.Pia Rebello Britto, Neuroscientist, UNICEF senior advisor on ECD.

We must act urgently to make investing in early childhood development a priority in every country to achieve the 2030 goals.

Investing in early childhood development is a cost-effective way to boost shared prosperity, promote inclusive economic growth, expand equal opportunity, and end extreme poverty. For every $1 spent on early childhood development, the return on investment can be as high as $13.

But, parents need time and support to create a loving and safe environment to give their babies the ‘eat, play and love’ they need, and to help build their babies’ brains. International organisations like UNICEF is working to increase investment in family-friendly policies, including paid parental leave and access to quality, affordable childcare; it makes good sense for governments because it helps economies and businesses, as well as parents and children.

Investing in family-friendly policies makes good sense for businesses too; giving parents flexibility creates a happier and more productive workforce, and allows them more time to build the brains of the future.

Apart from these, the Quality of Teaching in Early Childhood Development to be enhanced. The teachers should realise the value and potential of the Child sitting in front of them, as the major chunk of brain development happens in the early years of childhood. The Early Education Teacher should identify and recognise themselves as part of the noble profession who build the strong foundation pillars of the nation or the whole world.

And the Multiple Intelligence Development of children would be taken care of with utmost commitment and every teacher should undergo training for the same as well. Petals Globe Foundation is in the practice of conducting such trainings for Teachers. We conduct Multiple Intelligence Development focused sessions for children as well.

The time to act is now; together, we can make the #EarlyMomentsMatter for every child.

Let’s Act

Join us to make a direct impact in the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children and to nurture the young minds.

Many of the children in the world are in vulnerable situations and are impacted by migration, domestic violence, child labour , pandemic like COVID-19 and the list goes on.

In the COVID-19 scenario, remote doesn’t mean cut off.

Even without internet access or cell phones, students in remote areas are still learning during COVID-19-related school closures with the sheer commitment of good minds.

With no internet access, no cell phone and no television in home, many students rely on the weekly visits from their noble teachers and people like you.

Bridging the education gap

Many months have passed since school closures across the globe and millions of children are temporarily out of class. But while many children have been able to continue learning remotely, in more isolated areas, online learning isn’t an option.

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the already significant difference in access to education between those living in urban areas and those living in rural parts. Almost two thirds of the households lack internet connectivity, leaving many children – especially those outside of towns and cities – unable to take advantage of remote learning tools.

That’s where the existing teachers and NGO volunteers come in. Utilizing materials that cover traditional subjects – such as mathematics, science, history, languages, family-based activities like cooking and crafts, and new guidance on preventing the spread of COVID-19, teachers who would usually travel to a classroom are visiting students’ homes, checking on their progress and setting homework.

The initiative to reach children at risk of falling behind, includes donations of digital devices and data plans for teachers to keep in touch with students, production of educational programmes for radio and television, and delivery of intercultural and bilingual education guides.

At PETALS GLOBE, We are committed to advancing the rights of all girls and boys in India, especially the most disadvantaged. And we strongly feel that projects like THAEN conceived and developed by PETALS GLOBE would turn out to be a panacea to the remotely placed students even after the pandemic since it works off line.