Pradip Bhandari, the founder of Jan Ki Baat, spoke at the event organized by the Thalassemia NGO on National Thalassemia Day. He applauds Thalassemia & Child Welfare Group, the NGO based out of Indore, on the positive impact it has created: the increasing awareness about Thalassemia has made more individuals sensitive towards the issue. The cause, too, has been made all the more knowledge because of this information and awareness spread about it. Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder in which the body makes an abnormal form of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the protein molecule in red blood cells that carries oxygen. The disorder results in excessive destruction of red blood cells, which leads to anemia.
Jan Ki Baat is 120 days old and is the fastest growing startup right now. It provides a platform for all those who wish to create news from and out of local content. It encourages its viewers to utilize the technology available to them and mobile phones, specifically to capture local newsworthy material. Jan Ki Baat is a community of videos and news, in a sense. The top two winners will be able to broadcast their short films via Jan Ki Baat and also win internships with us.
Jan Ki Baat hopes to capture all issues that concern the citizens of the notion. All responsible citizens are welcome to share their concerns by sending videos to us.
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