The International Day of Education is observed on January 24th every year, to celebrate the role of education in promoting peace, sustainable
War orphans are children whose parents have been killed in war-torn areas, resulting in massive numbers of young people.
In order to celebrate World Braille day, we have compiled a list of things you should know about the event.
New Year’s Day is the first day of the year, or January 1, in the Gregorian calendar. It is also called “New Year” and “Y2K”.
The Day of Goodwill is a day that celebrates the spirit of goodwill. It’s a day when we get to show our fellow human beings.
Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays in the United States. It’s also a much-anticipated time for families across the nation.
Corruption is a problem in many countries. It can have many negative effects on the economy, society and individuals.
This is a great day to learn more about how you can work with nature in your life and work! World Soil Day
Pollution Prevention Day is a day that is held to educate people on the harmful effects of pollution to help reduce it.
Nelson Mandela Day is an annual celebration of Nelson Mandela’s life and work, observed on July 18th each year.