Distributing Free Masks To Slum Kids, Naman Munot Is Our New Unsung Hero From Delhi
- IWB Post
- November 13, 2017
“This is a step to inspire people to protect themselves, and help protect millions of children on the streets of Delhi NCR who need their help,” says Naman Munot, a 24-year-old, working professional.
The deadly smog in the capital has got us all thinking about what have we done to the earth? The thick blanket of smog has caused severe health complications and basically, got Delhi citizens choke with polluted air.
Naman is an inspiring individual who doesn’t waste time on debates but acts to make difference. He went on to think about kids living in the street who are deprived of masks and air purifiers. He has now successfully educated 500 slum kids about smog.
The thoughtful youngster highlights the importance of education saying, “This is a step to inspire people to protect themselves and help protect millions of children on the streets of Delhi NCR who need their help.” He is also distributing free masks to them.
“I request everybody who comes across street kids to please buy them a mask and teach them to use it. It’s our responsibility to educate them, By just giving every street kid you come across a mask, you can save him/her from asthma, lung cancer, and other respiratory diseases,” requests Naman.
Wrapping up, he has a question for all of us: “I can proudly say that today I saved 500 children from getting severe respiratory diseases. How many are you going to save?”