HIMSR Dialogue-5: Transforming Lives through Rugby

For the next Guest Talk of HIMSR Dialogue, we have Yellow Streets.

Yellow Streets is a Delhi-based NGO that trains marginalized children and youth of Delhi in sports and allied activities. It is run by the trio of Saif Ullah Khan (a national-level rugby player), Yusra Khan (a social activist) and Rohan Chandra (a journalist).

Yellow Streets has been working with street children and young people, child laborers and juvenile home inmates. Through the game of Rugby, the personality and the lives of these vulnerable children at the margins of the society is transformed. Yellow Streets works with diverse groups, right from Delhi’s correctional homes, Transmen to the corporates as they imbibe in the players, life-lessons of team building, self-esteem, conflict resolution, anger management, etc.

In the new competency-based curriculum, which has started with the MBBS 2019 Batch, sports is considered to be a great tool for de-stressing, personality development, and communication. It is thus apt to listen as Team Yellow Streets share their stories of success with real-life narrations of transformation.

The details of the program are –

Date: 23rd September, 2019, Monday

Time: 3-4 PM

Topic: Transforming Lives through Rugby

Audience: Faculty Members, Interns, MBBS Students 2019 batch

Join us for this exciting event.