Touching souls announces second edition of International Tribal Games

New Delhi [India], May 27 : Touching souls, a non-profit organization, yesterday announced its second edition junior level of the International Tribal games at India Habitat Centre in the presence of its founder Sabina Samad and event supported by ONGC.

The sports activities are used as a medium to integrate the marginalized by giving them mainstream exposure and social mobility.

The mindful activities such as kancham shot put, etc will start from May 26th at the Thayagraj Stadium are planned to welcome the enthusiastic and talented tribes around the world and create a bond between tribals of India.

The foundation has also announced the international tribal conclave in July. The organisation is working towards to fulfill basic rights of the tribal children such as education, clean water, food and shelter etc.

Touching souls helps in engaging the safeguard rights of the marginalized and deprived segment. On the occasion, Samad said, "Empowering children in India can transform India's future and remove the social and cultural barrier that is holding back these tribal children.

It's our aim to invest in these children and give those equal rights as other every other child. We are working towards achieving this goal by providing basic necessities and exposure as these is our tomorrow's future." Further, a forum will be provided for the various tribal representatives to voice the problems faced by the tribes and involve them in the cultural exchange program.

Source: ANI