Brigade Hospitality celebrated the National Girl Child Day at Signature Club Resort in Devanahalli. The hospitality group, in association with World Vision India, organised an event that witnessed the participation of around 30 young girls.
The children shared their experiences and engaged in a hearty conversation with a group of successful women, some of them teachers, CAs, entrepreneurs who in turn threw light on the challenges they faced during their journey from childhood to their professional careers that met with great applause from the girls.
The event was organised to bring about a change in the mindset where girl children were made aware of the surroundings, understand what is right from wrong, know how to prioritise oneself to become informed individuals. The discussion also emphasised on factors such as the importance of education, hygiene and cleanliness, safety and a secure future for an enriching career among them.
Vineet Verma, CEO and executive director of Brigade Hospitality said: “We give girl child education and safety the utmost importance. In the past, along with World Vision India, we have curated initiatives to address various issues surrounding the girl child to seek and provide appropriate solutions. National Girl Child Day is an apt occasion to engage in a dialogue that enables one and all to realise the need to have an inclusive community that works toward the betterment of the girl child in all aspects of life.”