What: Nutrients, Balanced Plate, Unjunking Food, Non-Fire Cooking & Practice
When: 13-17 June
Day: Tuesday to Saturday
Time: 11 am - 1 pm.
Age group: 8-12 years
Fees: Rs. 2500/- per participant (including all the material )
Who will we meet? : Foodshaala Foundation Team: Raadhika, Amit, & Purnima
All sessions will include a live cooking activity (ingredients will be provided by Foodshaala Foundation).
Learning materials and recipes will be shared (soft copies) after the sessions.
Raadhika Gupta is a lawyer passionate about working for social change. She started Foodshaala Foundation with the vision of a world where every person is able to make healthy food a part of their daily life. Committed to leading an active, healthy, and happy life herself, her daily routine includes meditation, yoga, workout, and healthy eating. She also plays the flute in her free time.
Amit Gupta is passionate about two things often seen as contradictory – food and fitness. An avid cook and a foodie, he loves experimenting with food. But he is also a fitness enthusiast and has completed numerous triathlons and marathons. Combining these two passions, he founded Native Roots and Foodshaala Foundation. Amit is an MBA graduate from XLRI-Jamshedpur, a former Teach for India fellow, and a nutritionist.
Dr. Purnima is a public health professional and a dentist. She manages the school nutrition awareness program at Foodshaala Foundation and conducts workshop sessions for children. While pursuing Bachelor's in Dental Surgery, she realized that there is a lack of awareness of health among community members, especially among people belonging to underprivileged backgrounds. Realizing the importance of awareness in ensuring health, Purnima became more involved in educating people about good health practices than in doing treatments and pursued Masters's in Public Health. She has done grassroots-level nutritional awareness and behavior change work in the remotest parts of India. She believes that bringing a small change in the community can make a huge difference.
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The workshops are taking place in a well-lit, clean hall of Theatre Kunzum, at M Block Market, GK2, New Delhi. This venue can easily accommodate 100 people. We are keeping the number much lower per workshop so that children have enough space to move around and work.
We welcome all children to join, including children with disabilities.
There is a lift/elevator to reach Theatre Kunzum once you enter the building. However, we apologize for the fact that there are 2-4 steps at the entry which are a barrier for a wheelchair user. The toilet attached to Theatre Kunzum is also not accessible for wheelchair users.
We hope these barriers will be overcome when we do this event again.
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