October 2020

Oct 01 - International Coffee Day

International Coffee Day is a global event which is created to encourage and celebrate espresso or coffee as a refreshment. International Coffee Day is seen to distinguish the efforts of hundred thousand farmers whose livelihood depends upon this sweet-smelling crop. International Coffee Organisation (ICO) pronounced and organized the first world coffee day in 2015 in Milan.

How Do People Celebrate International Coffee Day 2020?

  1. Have a coffee nap

  2. Retain a coffee quote

  3. Pursue a coffee subscription

  4. Time to read a book about coffee

  5. Spend some time to read a coffee blog

  6. Attempt a mix technique you have never made

  7. Explore different languages styles to order coffee

What Are The Health Benefits Of Coffee?

  1. Secure your brain

  2. Enlighten your mood

  3. Helpful for burning fat

  4. Improve mental health

  5. Reduce the risk of stroke

  6. Lower down the risk of death

  7. Lift your physical performance

  8. Help you focus and remain attentive

Oct 01 - International Day Of The Older Persons

The International Day for Older People, which is celebrated on 1st October, aims to end hunger and poverty among older people and improve the quality of life of older people by providing them with access to health care, education, housing, employment and social support.

Why Do We Celebrate International Day Of The Older Persons 2020?

International Day (s) is celebrated to address, raise awareness of, and celebrate socially meaningful days for the elderly and their families. Every year, the United Nations publishes an annual report on the status of the elderly, which considers the challenges facing older people worldwide every year.

What Is The Theme Of International Day Of The Older Persons 2020?

“Pandemics: Do They Change How We Address Age and Ageing?”. We are celebrating 30th Anniversary this year.

How To Celebrate International Day Of Older Persons 2020?

  1. Give them a kind gift

  2. Visit local old age homes

  3. Start a family history venture

  4. Carry them their favorite food

  5. Practice random acts of kindness

  6. Host a party or lunch get-together

  7. Volunteer that benefits old people

  8. Spend time with older friends and family

  9. Empower communication and eye connect

Oct 02 - Gandhi Jayanti

Mahatma Gandhi's 151st birthday is celebrated as a National Holiday in India. Gandhi Ji was an important political and spiritual leader in India and lived his life as the leader of the Indian National Congress (Indian Communist Party). Every year Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated in the Raj Ghat in Delhi.

Why Gandhi Jayanti Is Celebrated?

Gandhi Ji was invited to join India's struggle for independence from British rule and helped to bring it about. He gave leadership to all parts of the Indian people and gave his life fighting for the freedom of India. British rule by returning to India through non-violence and helping to achieve its independence against them.

How Do We Celebrate Gandhi Jayanti?

On his birthday, people all over the country and Indians around the world celebrate with great fanfare. The event, called ‘Gandhi Jayanteans’, is marked by prayer services and tributes from across the world. People place beautiful flowers on statues of Mahatma Gandhi and place candles on them.

Oct 02 - International Day Of Non-Violence

International Day of Nonviolence is to ensure that we do everything in our power to honour the courage and kindness of people like Mahatma Gandhi and to continue his legacy. It is long overdue to celebrate this day as an opportunity to bring about positive change in our communities and bring about change wherever we live.

Why Is International Non-Violence Day 2020 Celebrated?

We are inspired by Gandhi Ji's words, including his belief that nonviolence is the greatest power at the disposal of humanity. Gandhi Ji was a leader in his dream of living in a world without violence and a society without violence. This is a perfect day to raise awareness and action against violence against women, girls and the world.

How To Observe International Day Of Non-Violence 2020?

Around the globe, people, government & and non-government agencies celebrate the International Day of Non-Violence through various events and activities such as:

  1. Leave a positive note for a friend

  2. Share success stories among others

  3. Share peaceful ideas on social media

  4. Listen to inspiring and fascinating life stories

  5. Educate or spread awareness within the society

  6. Plan to attend some event on Gandhi Ji’s birthday

  7. Attend seminars or discussions about non-violence

  8. Read about the world’s greatest and most influential leaders

Oct 01 - World Vegetarian Day

October is set apart as World Vegetarian month. The objective of World Vegetarian Day is to enlighten the awareness of life - and adding the benefits of a meatless eating meal.

How Do We Celebrate World Vegetarian Day 2020?

  1. Experiment with new dish in the kitchen

  2. Treat yourself to some non-dairy frozen yogurt

  3. Enroll for a veggie challenge

  4. Visit the meatless dishes at a restaurant

  5. Visit farmer's marketplace

Why We Love World Vegetarian Day 2020?

The diversity of veg meal is amazing, however it is never differed to the meat and fiber we love to eat. On World Vegetarian Day, we should take an oath to remain vegetarian for life and inspire others to live happier and healthier lives.

What Are The Top Reasons For Going Veggie?

  1. Preventing cancer

  2. Good for the earth

  3. Improve body shape

  4. Help end world appetite

  5. Keeping your skin healthy

  6. Reduce risk of coronary illness

  7. Many more benefits to the mixed, beautiful, and delightful world of vegan dishes

Oct 04 - World Animal Welfare Day

World Animal Day is designed to bring animal problems to light and ensure effective protection of species worldwide. To achieve this, we encourage you to raise awareness and make a difference in the lives of animals in different parts of the world.

What Is The Theme Of World Animal Day 2020?

‘Man and Dog’ is the theme of World Animal Day 2020. The first World Animal Welfare Day website was launched in 2003 by the Naturewatch Foundation, a UK-based animal welfare organization. Today, World Animal Welfare Day has become a global event

Why World Animal Day 2020 Is Important?

World Animal Welfare Day celebrates relationship between mankind and animal kingdom i.e. to feature the significance of animals in our lives. World Animal Welfare Day has already spawned a global movement to promote animal welfare standards, and its influence will continue to grow. It balances the ecosystem and put people together to work for a common mission. In addition, we should stop cruelty to creatures and give them a better environment.

How Do We Celebrate World Animal Welfare Day 2020?

Building on the World Animal Welfare Day initiative is a wonderful way to unite the animal welfare movement and get everyone involved, whether they are part of an organisation, group or individual. As a result, participation in World Animal Day will continue to increase as it reaches and connects animal rights activists in all parts of the world. Few other ways to celebrate are Join local events, attend seminars, volunteering, pet adoption.

Oct 05 - World Teachers Day

World Teacher Day, which falls on 5th October this year, aims to honour, evaluate and improve educators around the world. It was also launched in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) to create an international day for teachers.

What Is The Theme Of World Teachers Day 2020?

In 2020, World Teachers' Day will celebrate teachers with the theme “Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future”.

What Is The Importance Of World Teachers Day 2020?

World Teacher Day was established to commemorate the recommendations of the ILO / UNESCO of 1966 on the status of teachers and it has been celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide. On 5 October 1994, UNESCO launched the first World Teachers "Day to focus on teacher participation and development and to highlight teachers" problems and priorities in the field of education. The day is an opportunity to celebrate the teaching profession worldwide, to take stock and to draw attention to the voices of teachers.

How Do We Celebrate The World Teachers Day 2020?

Celebrating World Teacher Day in an unforgettable way also includes hosting a party for teachers and educators at the local school, giving discounts to teachers in local businesses, or giving away a special gift such as a gift certificate for a teacher's birthday party. The day could also be marked by a conference highlighting the importance of teachers for learning. Students perform various activities to show gratitude to their teachers and entertain them, such as singing, teachers and children playing together.

Oct 05 - World Habitat Day

The Day is recognized by the UN to remind people around the world that shaping the future of our cities and communities is the responsibility of all.

How Do We Celebrate The World Habitat Day 2020?

There are many different ways to celebrate the Day, from promoting sustainability in the Community to volunteering and committing to a better world for all. Get a group of friends together to volunteer for a specific project that Habitat for Humanity is running. You can enjoy any kind of skills or volunteer at a local community centre.

Another way to show your support for World Habitat Day is to make a donation to the charity. The activities you undertake on World Day of Humanity should be related to the habitats of humanity, where people should speak, act and create better habitats for all.

What Is The Importance Of World Habitat Day 2020?

World Habitat Day activities are aimed at, among other things, studying, investigating and discussing the impact of affordable housing on human habitats and the need for sustainable living in your community. Promoting this idea is key to a healthy and sustainable society, by getting people to take on proper waste management, recycling and waste, and also creating the conditions necessary to maintain hygiene and a healthy life for themselves and future generations.

What Is The Theme Of World Habitat Day 2020?

The theme of World Habitat Day 2020 is ‘Housing For All: A better Urban Future’. The aim of the theme is to achieve sustainable development and improve people's basic living conditions by implementing innovative measures and technologies in the field of waste management and recycling.

Oct 09 - World Post Office Day

In 1874, World Post Day is celebrated in Bern (Switzerland) commemorating the creation of the Universal Postal Union (UPU). It was declared World Postal Day in 1969 by the UPU Congress in Tokyo, Japan. UPU has focused on the global communication revolution, which aims to enable people to write to other people around the world. This day reminds us of the importance of postal services.

Why We Celebrate World Post Day?

World Post Day is celebrated with the aim of raising awareness about the role of mail in the daily lives of people and businesses. It is also important to be aware of the contribution to global socio-economic development. Many people are used to transfer many different types of values ​​and non-valuable things, such as money, gold, silver, jewellery, clothes, rakhi and other things that are important to people.

How We Celebrate World Post Day 2020?

The government is trying to make all possible ideas to focus on all postal development to enhance many structures unknown to the people. The government is exploring the development of all types of postal services through which every person in every state and city can get the structure of postal services. It is very important for all people to form a positive attitude towards each postal service and maintain it adequately to get every possible facility and service.

  1. Day to thank a ‘mail’ carrier

  2. It reminds us to stay in touch

  3. Postal workers should be recognized

  4. Read about UPU (Universal Postal Union)

  5. Perfect day to surprise someone with a letter

  6. Greet your local postman

Oct 08 - Indian Air Force Day (IAF)

The Indian Air Force was officially founded on October 8, 1932 as an auxiliary air force of the British Empire. This year we are celebrating 88th birth anniversary of IAF. India has the fourth largest air force after US, Russia, and China.

What Is The Motto Of Indian Air Force?

The motto of IAF is ‘Touch the Sky with Glory’.

Why Indian Air Force Day Is Celebrated?

The celebrations for this day began to raise public awareness of the importance of air power in India and its contribution to the defence of the country. IAF is celebrated to tribute all those who had help the army fighting in the countryside. On Air Force Day, President Kovind honoured the air warriors with a speech at the National Defence Academy in New Delhi.

How Is Indian Air Force Day 2020 Celebrated?

Indian Air Force Day is celebrated with enthusiasm and pride at all air stations across India. All military parades are conducted according to schedule and protocol at their respective airbases. During the Air Force Day Parade, the Air Force performs air demonstrations by various aircraft.

Oct 10 - World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day, the World Health Organisation's initiative to improve the quality of mental health services around the world, has been in place since 1994. It was launched to raise awareness of how common mental health problems are, to combat stigma and support people with mental health problems.

Why Do We Celebrate World Mental Health Day?

We encourage world communities to celebrate World Mental Health Day, which gives students, faculty, staff and other people associated the opportunity to take care of their own mental health on this day. Depression is a growing problem, and World Mental Health Day is an opportunity for everyone to be there for veterans in crisis.

How Do We Celebrate World Mental Health Day?

Mental Health Day reminds us to reflect on the changes we want to change in our lives and to break new ground in being in the world. By expanding our knowledge, raising awareness and supporting people with a wide range of mental disorders. There is a need to address the burden of mental illness - the health that our society is experiencing from all of us today. The focus is on empowerment, recovery and peer support, the development of effective prevention and treatment programmes for mental illness.

What Are The 5 Signs Of Mental Illness?

  1. Depression

  2. Panic disorder

  3. Frequent mood swings

  4. Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)

  5. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Oct 15 - World Students Day

The United Nations has declared 15th October to be World Student Day, in honour of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam who has always expressed the wish that people should remember teachers and people. The reason for choosing his birthday as World Student Day is to honour the millions of young people who have been inspired by their work, achievements, speeches, lectures, and books.

How To Celebrate World Students Day 2020?

We would also recommend that you spend a few minutes each day raising awareness of World Student Day. World Student Day could be used to look at ways in which we can help people to get the education they have always dreamed of. Students could present their voluntary work, take part in funny competitions, gossips, and to complain about their tuition fees. They show and celebrate their social responsibility and display it in front of their friends, colleagues, parents, teachers and other students.

Oct 14 - World Standards Day

It has been celebrated since 1970 when it took place, but it was published on October 14, 2008 as the official date of the 1st International Conference on Standards and Technology. World Standards Day celebrates the contributions of the men and women who work in this field, and also pays tribute to all the thousands of volunteers from around the world who participate in standardization activities.

What Is The Theme Of World Standards Day 2020?

World Standards Day 2020 is themed as “Protecting the planet with standards” and it sends a direct message by pointing out the role of standards in emerging technologies worldwide.

Why We Celebrate World Standards Day 2020?

This is the main body that presides over the celebration of World Standards Day and is known as the leading international standards body. It was established by mutual agreement of organisations and is one of the world's leading and influential standards bodies for the development and promotion of standards and norms. Its mission is to be a global leader in the promotion, promotion and implementation of standardization, compliance and compliance with the requirements of international law.

International standards help ensure the quality of life of citizens, businesses, governments, consumers and other stakeholders.

Oct 13 - International Day For Disaster Reduction

The Day was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly to "promote the development and promotion of a global culture of disaster preparedness, including disaster prevention, mitigation and preparedness. This day is also known as World Calamity Control Day.

What Is The Theme Of International Day For Disaster Reduction 2020?

‘Disaster risk governance’ is the theme of this year’s International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction when many people become sick and died due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Why We Celebrate International Day For Disaster Reduction 2020?

It is an opportunity to raise awareness of the progress made and to promote actions to build civil protection - resilient communities and nations. International Disaster Reduction Day began to promote the "development, promotion and implementation" of the global "culture of disaster reduction" and disaster preparedness. Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) aims to reduce the damage caused by natural disasters, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, droughts and floods, as well as human and economic losses.

How Can We Prevent Disaster?

  1. Remain educated

  2. Keep first aid kit close by

  3. Have an alternate exit plan

  4. Stay away from unnecessary risk

  5. Spread knowledge in the neighbourhood

  6. Go to the most secure place in your home

Oct 11 - International Day of Girl Child

The International Day of the Girl Child aims to raise awareness of the challenges facing girls around the world, raise awareness of girls' needs and rights, and promote girls' empowerment. We are proud to support girls in innovating, inspiring and transforming their future.

What Is The Theme For International Day Of The Girl Child 2020?

This year, we are celebrating Girl’s Day under the theme, ‘My voice, our equal future’.

Why We Celebrate International Day Of Girl Child 2020?

As we celebrate girls around the world together, we should recognize the value of girls everywhere. Join us on Girls' Day to recognise girls' rights, highlight the injustices faced by young girls around the world, raise awareness to address the unique challenges they face and underline our collective responsibility to make this world a better place. That is why we celebrate International Day of the Girl and join forces to ensure a world without discrimination against girls.

How We Celebrate International Day Of Girl Child 2020?

We can make great progress in girls' education by supporting education that has proven effective in keeping girls in school, keeping them safe and helping them to learn. If you want to show your support for girls on International Girls Day, let your social networks know by posting a short story, an inspirational note, a photo or message to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram.

With the International Day of Girl Child, we share our commitment to help meet girls - needs and reach their potential and inspire others to act. Gather friends, family or colleagues and create your very own ‘Brighter Future’ wall.

If you run a store, get all the latest nail colours in-store or online and support girls by giving offers or discounts.

Oct 15 - Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

The Day of Pregnancy and Child Loss is the day when we remember those who lost a baby during pregnancy or birth, whether through miscarriage or stillbirth, or through the death of a newborn or infant.

Why We Celebrate Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day 2020?

The day also draws attention to the need for grieving parents. It creates a platform for community support so we can connect with others who have experienced similar sorrow. This day is an opportunity to remember and grieve those who lost a child during pregnancy or birth.

How To Honor A Loss?

  1. Plant an evergreen tree

  2. Make a memorial jewellery

  3. Put an angel statuette, teddy or a crystal

  4. Express your feelings towards your baby

  5. Spent your day at local charitable society

Oct 15 - World White Cane Day

White Cane Safety Day is an international day when governments reaffirm their commitment to providing services that enhance safety and well-being - the safety of blind citizens and their families, and the blind community.

Why We Celebrate World White Cane Day 2020?

The mission of White Cane Day is to educate the world about how blind and visually impaired people live and work to give back to their communities. This day is a reminder that the cane is an important tool for people with disabilities, such as the blind, deaf and disabled.

Oct 15 - Global Handwashing Day

Global Handwashing Day is a way to support the global and local culture of hand washing, to highlight the state of hand washing throughout the country, and to raise awareness of the benefits of hand washing.

What Is The Theme For Global Handwashing Day 2020?

The 2020 Global Handwashing Day theme is “Hand Hygiene for All”. It follows the ongoing worldwide activity approaching all of society to scale up hand cleanliness, particularly through handwashing with cleanser.

Why Do We Celebrate Global Handwashing Day 2020?

The main objective of the campaign is to maintain and recognise hand washing as the most necessary and effective method to reduce the spread of pathogens and prevent infections, including COVID-19 viruses. The benefits of hand washing are not complicated and hand washing is beneficial for everyone, not only children and young people, but also for health and well-being - for the whole family.

How To Celebrate Global Handwashing Day 2020?

Bring issues to light about the significance of handwashing. You can arrange small event at park and school and get them educate. Always wash hands particularly before eating and cooking.

Oct 31 - Rashtriya Ekta Diwas or National Unity Day

The Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014 and the day is celebrated in honor of the birthday of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. National Unity Day, also known as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas.

Why Do We Celebrate Rashtriya Ekta Diwas 2020?

This year marks the 145th birth commemoration of Sardar Patel, politician and who played a significant role in uniting the nation. Sardar Patel was India's first deputy Prime Minister and is famously known as the 'Iron Man of India'. We solemnly commit ourselves to the maintenance of the unity, integrity and security of our nation, and we also strive to convey this message to our fellow countrymen.

Oct 30 - World Thrift Day

Every year World Thrift Day is praised celebrated on 31st October across the globe to promote the idea of saving money to achieve a higher standard of living and to safeguard the economy. In India because of the death of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi around the same day in 1984, this day is being commended on 30th October.

Why We Celebrate World Thrift Day 2020?

The principal International Thrift Congress which was held in Milan, Italy in 1924 had pronounced October 31 as the World Thrift day. It was decided that World Savings Day should also be a day to promote saving around the world, and accordingly the World Savings Bank Congress declared it an important day to teach future customers the importance of saving and the need for saving in the modern world.

Clearly, they had in mind what it was supposed to be: a celebration of savings and thrift, with a focus on the poor and needy

How Do We Save Money in 2020?

  1. Spend sensibly

  2. Set objectives

  3. Be independent

  4. Plan investments

  5. Manage own expenses

  6. Forecast each month budget

  7. Get clarity on needs vs. wants

  8. Prefer necessary things over essentials

  9. Cut off power, water and other bills

Oct 24 - World Development Information Day

World Development Information Day is celebrated on 24 October, which includes drawing the world's attention to address development problems. This would increase awareness of development problems and thus encourage development cooperation efforts in all areas of international development.

Why We Celebrate World Development Information Day 2020?

The UN has proposed 17 Sustainable Development Goals to promote the prosperity of all countries, rich, poor and middle, in order to protect the planet. This means that countries must come together and start the process of reconciliation and the international community to automatically lead to the development of the world. Developing countries are actively participating as a unit, fighting poverty together and working for peace and happiness.

How Do We Celebrate World Development Information Day 2020?

Many events are being organised to draw attention to the work in the fields of education, health, education and social development.

  1. Seminars and conference

  2. Poster or banners in public places

  3. Web-based media promotion via campaigns

  4. Editorial advancements on a wide scope of media

Oct 17 - International Poverty Eradication Day

Achieving a world without poverty offers the path to a peaceful and inclusive society. The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 2020 calls for the eradication of poverty in all its forms. It provides for a comprehensive approach to poverty reduction for all people, irrespective of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, education, income or gender identity.

What Is The Theme Of International Poverty Eradication Day 2020?

The theme for the Day this year tends to “the challenge of accomplishing social and ecological equality for all”.

Why We Celebrate International Poverty Eradication Day 2020?

According to the UN, this day is an opportunity to acknowledge the efforts and struggles of people in poverty, to make their concerns heard and to acknowledge that they are the first to fight poverty. Completing the 2020 poverty reduction target is therefore not the end of the fight against poverty but shows that poverty reduction in countries will enter a new phase characterised by transformative secondary poverty and relative poverty.

What Are The Main Causes Of Poverty?

  1. Struggle

  2. Discrimination

  3. Lack of infrastructure

  4. Environmental change

  5. Problem in education system

  6. Low opportunities to livelihood

  7. Shortage of nutritious diet or food

  8. Restricted limit to administrative resources

Oct 16 - World Food Day

World Food Day (WFD) was established by Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) member countries. “Nourishing the World” is an initiative of the Global Food Banking Network, which aims to fight and combat hunger in the poorest countries of the world.

What Is The Theme Of World Food Day 2020?

Each World Food Day has a different theme to highlight the areas that need to be addressed and to put a common focus on. This year the theme is “Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together”.

Why We Celebrate World Food Day 2020?

World Food Day is organised every year to raise awareness of the impact of development on food production and distribution. It was proclaimed to raise public awareness of the global food problems and to provide strength in the fight against hunger, malnutrition and poverty. This day is celebrated by many other food security organizations, such as the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Union for Nature Conservation (IUCN) and many others.

How Do We Celebrate World Food Day 2020?

Take steps to publicise your ideas, act and raise awareness so that people will join you in making changes. Organise a public awareness campaign to support the Nutrition and Security Programme to raise awareness of nutrition and hunger. Participants are encouraged to read stories about the world that young children may want to learn together with parents and teachers.

Oct 15 - International Day Of Rural Women

The United Nations recognizes 15 October as International Rural Women's Day to commemorate the crucial role women and girls play in ensuring the sustainability of rural households and communities. Empowering rural women brings us closer to our goal of ending hunger, achieving food security, eradicating all forms of malnutrition, and so on.

Why We Celebrate International Day Of Rural Women 2020?

International Day of Rural Women is an important day because it is the day on which nations pause to acknowledge the hard work that rural women do. This international day celebrates women for their contributions, which play an important role in increasing the resilience and adaptability of rural communities. So, when you eat today, think of the world's women farmers who continue to stick to the most difficult times to bring food to the table.

What Was The Theme Of International Day of Rural Women 2019?

In 2019, the focus on the role of women in the fight against climate change and its impact on women, children and the environment.