September 2020

Sept 01 - National Nutrition Week (1st to 7th Sept)

In 1982, the Indian government decided to establish a drive to consider it an important for promoting healthy eating and lifestyle in the country. The Board decided to celebrate National Nutrition Week in the first week of September.

Why Nutrition Week Is Celebrated?

National Nutrition Week is celebrated in different parts of the country and is therefore an important day for public awareness and education campaigns. It is celebrated to make people aware about the importance of nutrition for the human body and prosperity of wellbeing.

What Is The Theme For National Nutrition Week 2020?

The theme for National Nutrition Week 2020 is ‘Eat Right, Bite by Bite’. A balanced diet with a variety of colorful vegetables and fruits will help you to fulfil your daily dose of vitamins by every little bit (or bite!).

What Are The 7 Elements Of Nutrition?

The goal of National Nutrition Week is to process food intake for growth, metabolism and repair. These 7 elements are dietary fiber, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water.

How Do People Celebrate Nutrition Day?

  1. Make meal plan for kids

  2. Plan fast food free week

  3. Drink 8 glasses of water a day

  4. Eat seasonal vegetables and fruits

  5. Organize your kitchen/pantry well

  6. A bowl of salad and fruits everyday

  7. Try new healthy dish once in a week

  8. Eat gradually; enjoy every single bite

  9. Swap one mug of coffee or tea with green tea

  10. Have green smoothie first thing in the morning

Sept 02 - World Coconut Day

The day is designated by the Asia Pacific Coconut Community (APCC), based in Jakarta, Indonesia, whose inauguration day falls on September 2. The aim of the World Coconut Day is to promote investment and the development of the coconut industry in APCC member countries. The day also seeks to highlight the important role of coconut in improving poverty by promoting the coconut industry.

Why World Coconut Day Is Celebrated?

World Coconut Day is an opportunity to interpret policies and formulate action plans in the coconut sector. CDB (Coconut Development Board) promotes investment in the coconut sector through various coconut cultivation and industry programmes. Humans use all the parts of coconut, which makes it an important part of our diet and serves as a source of proteins, fiber, vitamins and minerals.

What Is The Theme For World Coconut Day 2020?

The theme of World Coconut Day 2020 is ‘Invest in Coconut to save the world’. Every year the theme has been chosen by the International Coconut Community.

How Valuable Is Coconuts?

  1. Highly nutritious

  2. Reduce your appetite

  3. Boost your metabolism

  4. Help controlling blood sugar

  5. Prevents dryness and skin infection

  6. Prevents gum disease & tooth decay

  7. Improve digestion and reduce bloating

  8. Help protect cells from oxidative damage

  9. Drink coconut water first thing in the morning

  10. Improve cholesterol levels and help lower down belly fat

Sept 05 - Teacher's Day

Teacher’s Day commends the birth anniversary of India's 1st Vice President and 2nd President Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, a teacher and a scholar. Teacher's Day has been celebrated since 1962 and is marked by ritual respect for the Guru and Guru Puja. In India it is also called Guru Purnima, where Guru means teacher and full moon means Purnima and teacher.

Why Is Teacher's Day Celebrated?

Teacher’s deserve us and our respect because they make us a better version of ourselves. As students, it is therefore our duty to thank them at least once a year, and Teacher's Day is an ideal opportunity to do so. Teachers Day is celebrated to honor the teachers and their contribution to the development of education in the country.

What Students Can Do On Teacher’s Day?

  1. Stage performances

  2. Dress-up like teacher

  3. Decorate staff rooms

  4. Plan indoor & outdoor games

  5. Surprise picnic or outing for their teachers

What Should We Give Teachers On Teachers Day?

  1. A Pen

  2. Flowers

  3. Gift hampers

  4. Greeting cards

  5. Personalized gifts

What Makes A Great Teacher?

  1. Creativity

  2. Leadership

  3. Workaholic

  4. Good attitude

  5. Conflict resolving

  6. Friendly in nature

  7. Expert in their subject

  8. Superior listening skills

  9. Dedication towards work

  10. Good relationship abilities

Sept 08 - International Literacy Day

The International Literacy Day is a good time to look at how literacy affects the economy and society. International Literature Day is supported by countries including the USA, Canada and New York, North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and other countries. It was first celebrated in 1967.

Why is International Literacy Day celebrated?

The International Literacy Day is celebrated as an attempt to influence one person after another, as it is a public national event, for example. International Literature Day celebrates the importance of bringing together people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations and socio-economic backgrounds. International Literacy Day is not only used to improve the literacy skills of young people but is also used in modern developing countries as a tool to encourage marginalized communities to equip themselves with the skills needed to build better lives for themselves and their families.

What is the theme for International Literacy Day 2020?

The theme for International Literacy Day is ‘Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond’.

How can literacy changes people's lives?

Literacy improves economic, psychological, social, and physical well-being. It encourages people to read about changes in their lives, expands confidence and strengths, gives quantifiable advantages to wellbeing and security and many more. Now, the organization will also explore how the use of digital technologies can help reach the main agenda of the International Literacy Day.

What are the benefits to literacy?

  1. Control crime

  2. Youth empowerment

  3. Reduce/Lessen Poverty

  4. Upgrade cultural diversity

  5. Reducing the spread of illness

  6. Economic and social development

  7. Control birth rate as a result of increased education

Sept 14 - Hindi Diwas

Hindi was introduced as an official language under Article 343 of the Indian Constitution. On 14 September 1949, the Constituent Assembly decided by a one-vote majority that Hindi would be the official language of India, and thus elected it as the "official" language of India. Since 1953, Hindi Day was celebrated in the country.

Why Is Hindi Diwas Celebrated?

Its goal is to create an approachable environment for the spread of Hindi worldwide and to introduce Hindi as the universal linguistic of the world. Hindi, written in the Devanagari script, was recognized as the actual form of Hindi in the Indian constitution. Hindi is one of the 7 languages in India used to create web addresses (URLs) and is the second most popular language in the world after English.

How To Learn Hindi Language?

  1. Use hindi learning apps

  2. Help with visual learning

  3. Read bilingual picture books

  4. Communicate hindi at home

  5. Read hindi literature with child

Sept 15 - Engineers Day

Engineer’s Day is celebrated in India celebrating the birthday of one the best engineers and a stunning person Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya (Sir MV). Sir MV is known as India's most creative civil engineer, financial specialist, dam builder and legislator. Sir MV was the “Builder of India'' who builds dams and water systems in India.

Why Do We Celebrate Engineer's Day?

Engineer's Day is praised to feel glad for the specialists of our nation and to commend their accomplishments in every single field of science and innovation. Engineers role, their contribution and commitment play a critical role in the economic development and improvement of the nation. The day is committed to commend the previous achievements and to admire the future trends in designing and engineering. The day also shows the neediness and significance of engineers at each stage of our everyday life.

Who Is The Father Of Indian Engineering?

Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya

What Is The Name Of The First Lady Engineer?

Ayyalasomayajula Lalitha is remembered as the first women electrical engineer of India

Which Department Is King Of Engineering?

Mechanical Engineering

Who Was Known As Engineer King?

Shah Jahan was known as the 'Engineer King' in light of the fact that the Mughal architecture arrived at its top under him. The Taj Mahal built by him is considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Sept 16 - World Ozone Day

September is back, and 197 countries are celebrating World Ozone Layer Day. September 16 was declared "O Zone Day" by the United Nations General Assembly and "International Day for the Preservation of the O Zone Layer" by its member states.

Why Is Ozone Day Celebrated?

The Day is celebrated every year and commemorates not only the international ban on the use of substances that destroy the ozone layer, but also activities aimed at raising awareness of issues related to climate change and ozone depletion.

What Country Has The Worst Ozone Layer?

The ozone hole over Antarctica is typically more noticeable on the South American side of the frozen continent. Nations that are influenced by it the most are Argentina, Chile, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

Who Discovered The Ozone Layer?

In 1913 by French physicists Charles Fabry and Henri Buisson.

Who Discovered The Ozone Hole?

In the mid-1980s by scientists Jonathan Shanklin, Joe Farman and Brian Gardiner.

What Are The Effects Of The Ozone Hole?

  1. Skin cancer

  2. Eye damage

  3. Aging of skin

  4. Malfunction immune system

  5. Affects plants and marine life

  6. Common problems in human being: breathing, chest pain, and throat irritation

Sept 21 - International Deaf Week or Deaf Awareness Week (21st to 27th Sept)

Deaf Awareness Week (DAW), also known as International Deaf Week or IWD, is celebrated annually in the last week of September and ends on the last Sunday of the week. It is an initiative of the WFD (World Federation of Deaf) and was first launched in 1958 in Rome, Italy.

Why Is International Week Of The Deaf Important?

Deaf Awareness Week as an event that brings the community together and enlightens them. International Deaf Week is celebrating the rights and freedoms of the deaf people as well as the protection of their privacy and freedom of speech and expression. Activities and events during Deaf Awareness Week encourage individuals to meet in communities for educational events and celebrations.

What Is The Theme For International Week Of The Deaf 2020?

The International Week of the Deaf theme is ‘Sign Language Rights for All!’. Full social inclusion of deaf people is possible if sign language is recognized and widely used in society. It is therefore also known as International Sign Language Week.

How Can Deaf Awareness Be Improved?

  1. Writing to convey

  2. Know about the signs

  3. Right communication style

  4. Talk in the correct manner

  5. Try not to address the mediator

  6. Use simple body language and visual cues

Sept 27 - World Tourism Day

World Tourism Day is a very important day, as it marks the day of tourism on 27 September, which is one of the most important day for tourism in the world in terms of economic development. To raise awareness of the role of tourism and to highlight the importance of travel as a positive influence on people's lives and the economy.

Why We Celebrate International Day Of Tourism?

On 27 September 1970, a special assembly was held in Mexico City, at which the statues of the World Tourism Organization were adopted. The date was chosen because it was recognized as a day by the World Tourism Organization's constitution in the 1970s. The main objectives of the Observation Day are to strengthen the country network and promote tourism by emphasizing the benefits of tourism such as social and cultural development and social mobility.

What Is The Theme Of World Tourism Day 2019?

The celebration of World Tourism Day on the theme ‘Tourism: Building Peace! Fostering Knowledge!’. The UNWTO General Assembly decides to host World Tourism Day every year, the official celebration of the world's most important tourism day.

Which Country Visits India The Most?

The top three countries are Bangladesh (21.37%), USA (13.80%) & UK (9.75%).

Who Is Father Of Tourism?

Thomas Cook, founder of the international travel agency.

Who Is Father Of Indian Hotel Industry?

Rai Bahadur Mohan Singh Oberoi was an Indian hotelier, the founder and chairman of Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, India's second-largest hotel chain.

What Is The Largest Travel Company In The World?

Expedia Group holds no. 1 position whereas Booking Holdings is at second.

Sept 22 – World Rose Day (Welfare of Cancer patients)

World Rose Day is dedicated to the many cancer patients who are courageously fighting the disease. It is observed to comfort cancer patients and let them know that they can face this disease with strong will power and spirit.

Why Is World Rose Day Celebrated?

World Rose Day is seen in the memory of Melinda Rose, a 12-year-old from Canada who was diagnosed with blood cancer (Askin's tumor). Specialists had said that she will live upto 14 days; however, she went to live a half year. In that period, she encouraged number of patients by writing poems, letters and emails. The day is committed to spread happiness and strength to all patients who fight the sickness bravely.

What Are The Top 3 Cancers?

The top three – breast, colorectal and lung cancers – contributed 43.9% of all cancers

How To Prevent Cancer From Spreading?

  1. Exercise regularly

  2. Do not use tobacco

  3. Get timely vaccination

  4. Consider regular check-ups

  5. Create healthy eating routine

  6. Keep yourself away from the sunlight

What Can I Do For World Rose Day?

  1. Give something and donate

  2. Post a personal message on online media

  3. Interpret materials so people can access easily

  4. Spread the word via, blog post or recorded video tape

  5. Join in, participate or volunteer at a World Rose Day event

Sept 28 - World Rabies Day

The WHO has a "World Rabies Day" dedicated to the prevention, treatment, prevention and treatment of human-to-human contact with animals and awareness-raising. Join the fight against rabies by sending a message on social media, about the importance of vaccinating pets and farm animals.

Why World Rabies Day Is Important?

The World Day of Rabies toolkit encourages organizers to work with their local media to create visibility for their activities. The World Health Organization and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which support World Rabies Day, are producing media kits, including posters, brochures and press releases, to raise awareness of rabies and prevent the disease.

What Is The Theme Of World Rabies Day 2020?

This year World Rabies Day theme is ‘End Rabies: Collaborate, Vaccinate’.

What Are The Symptoms?

There are no side effects immediately. Rabies can lay within the body for 1 to 3 months. Specialists consider this the " incubation period." Symptoms will show up once the infection goes through central nervous system and hits brain. Common symptoms include:

  1. Nervousness

  2. Aggressiveness

  3. Easily disturbed

  4. Sleeping disorder

  5. Weakness or paralysis

How Is Rabies Treated?

Rabies is treated with rabies antibody - postexposure prophylaxis (PEP). The vaccine is given immediately to stop the infection from entering the central nervous system. Successful treatment and wound washing can prevent the start of symptoms and death.

Sept 29 - World Heart Day

It is an opportunity for people to unite in the fight against cardiovascular disease (CVD) and to contribute to reducing the global burden of disease. The main agenda of World Heart Day is to educate and inform people around the world about cardiovascular diseases, including heart disease and strokes.

What Is The Theme Of World Heart Day?

The theme is a way of telling people and care around the world – ‘Be a Heart Hero’.

How Do You Celebrate Heart Day?

Since World Heart Day is an opportunity to draw people's attention to the health problems associated with heart disease and disease, it makes sense to raise awareness and also to improve our own understanding of it. You can help promote better heart habits by equipping yourself with the knowledge to keep your heart healthy and prevent cardiovascular disease.

What Happens On World Heart Day?

The World Heart Federation organize multiple awareness events in 100+ nations and activities may include:

  1. Fitness events

  2. Open discussion

  3. Health check-ups

  4. Physical activities

  5. Seminars or open shows

These exercises are done with alliance of government and NGOs.

What Are The Possible Risk Factors Of Heart Disease?

  1. Stress

  2. Obesity

  3. Heredity

  4. Diabetes

  5. Age factor

  6. Physical inactivity

  7. High blood pressure

  8. High blood cholesterol

  9. Overdosage of caffeine or alcohol

  10. High intake of Tabacco or heavy smoking

Sept 05 - International Day Of Charity

The Day is recognized and celebrated at all levels - local, national and global - and encourages people to donate money and time, do charitable work, educate themselves and raise awareness of the many charitable issues facing the world.

Why We Celebrate International Day Of Charity?

The date chosen for the International Day of Charity, 5 September 2012, is a tribute to Mother Teresa, as it is the anniversary of her death. The day of September 5 was chosen to commemorate the life and work of Mother Teresa, who was known for her commitment to charity and for giving her life to help others. The International Day of Charity aims to increase social responsibility and strengthen it by increasing support for charitable causes and bringing everyone together in solidarity.

How Do You Get Involved With Charity?

  1. Organizing or attend events

  2. Donations to carry out good work

  3. Volunteering your time and expertise

  4. Get on to social media and spread the word

  5. Opportunity to thank the staff and supporters

Sept 05 - World Beard Day

World Beard Day is celebrated for people who want to express their love for their beards. Although there are no specific rules for this day, you can make sure you take good care of your face & beard and treat yourself to some of our newly introduced products. Shaving on World Beard Day is a universal sign of disrespect and is considered by some to be the worst act of disrespect.

What To Do On World Beard Day?

World Beard Day is all about fun, so celebrate with your loved ones and hope that the celebrations will be bigger than ever in the years to come. Some communities celebrate World Beard Day as a relaxing leisure activity. Remember that it's not just about the beard, it's a passport to grandeur. You can join the competition to see who has the most wonderful beard.

What Type Of Beard Is Most Attractive?

‘Short stubble’ beard is the #1 most attractive facial hair; ‘Clean-shaven’ is a close second as the most attractive facial hair style.

Why Is The Beard So Important?

  1. A cool facial accessory

  2. Protect skin from cancer

  3. Blocks UV rays upto 95%

  4. Prevent skin from getting burnt

  5. Gives a feeling of power and confidence

  6. Keep you look younger and feel younger

  7. Men’s with beard are more mature, attractive, and healthy

  8. Beard and moustache help to reduce of getting gum disease

Sept 08 - World Physical Therapy Day

World Physiotherapy Day is a day for physiotherapists to raise awareness of the importance of keeping their patients healthy. Mental health physiotherapy aims to optimize well-being and strengthen the individual by promoting a balance between mental and physical health.

Why Is Physical Therapy Important To Society?

The World Association for Physical Therapy plays an important role in advising on new strategies in the area of ageing and health. Physiotherapists help people all over the world not only integrate physical activity into their daily lives, but also keep the body moving. General physical activity releases endorphins, which are associated with positive effects and improved mental health.

Who Is Mother Of Physical Therapy?

Mary McMillan, founder of PT, who established the American Women's Physical Therapeutic Association.

What Are The Common Myths About Physical Therapy?

  1. Painful

  2. Too expensive

  3. Can do PT myself

  4. Isn’t covered insurance

  5. Surgery is my only option

  6. Any health professional can perform PT

What Are The Key Benefits Of Physical Therapy?

  1. Pain Management

  2. Recovery from stroke

  3. Avoid medical procedure

  4. Prevent wounds or injuries

  5. Handle general medical problems

  6. Overseeing heart and lung ailment

  7. Overseeing diabetes and vascular conditions

Sept 10 - World Suicide Prevention Day

The World Health Organization declared the first World Suicide Prevention Day on 10 September 2003, on which it was first observed. This year (2020), the world marked the 17th anniversary of World Suicide Prevention Day. The World Day of Suicide of the World Health Organization is becoming a global day of awareness and action.

How Important Is World Suicide Prevention Day?

The day is being celebrated to encourage people to take part in events to raise awareness of suicide prevention. Supported by the International Association for Suicide Prevention, WHO and other partners are committed to preventing suicide and treating people who have attempted suicide. The IASP encourages people to seek information on suicide and suicide prevention, including how to identify potential warning signs and what to look out for.

What Is The Theme Of World Suicide Prevention Day 2020?

World Suicide Prevention Day 2020 theme is "Working Together, Preventing Suicide" to highlight the importance of mental health and suicide prevention for people of all ages, genders, ethnicities and religious backgrounds.

What Are The Ways To Prevent Suicide?

  1. Pay close attention

  2. Watch warning signs

  3. Look for professional help

  4. Discuss with friend and family

  5. Spread hope; Set expectations

  6. Respect and share your feelings

  7. Try not to let your teen depressed

  8. Encourage your teen not to isolate

Sept 12 - World First Aid Day

Since its launch in 2000, the annual event has focused on raising awareness of the importance of first aid, which can save millions of lives around the world. First aid is more than a skill - it is an act of humanity.

What Is Importance Of World First Aid Day?

The day is not only an opportunity to celebrate first aid, but also to raise public awareness of the importance of understanding how to save lives. Every year, more than 140,000 people die in countries where their lives could have been saved if someone had given first aid.

What Is ABC In First Aid?

Airway, Breathing and Circulation; Deadly bleeding – is part of the emergency procedure.

What Are 10 Items In A First Aid Kit?

  1. Gloves

  2. Scissors

  3. A blanket

  4. Tweezers

  5. Medical Tape

  6. Elastic Bandage

  7. 4×4 Gauze Pads

  8. Antiseptic wipes

  9. Antibiotic ointment

  10. Wound cleaning agent

Sept 15 - International Day Of Democracy

The day when we celebrate and promote the principle of democracies worldwide. On 8 November 2007, the UN General Assembly decided to declare 15 September as International Democracy Day. Whether you are voting, participating in community meetings or working for local development and better accessibility, democracy is crucial to achieving society's collective goals for a better future.

What Does Democracy Imply?

One person, one vote, one value.

Why We Love International Day Of Democracy?

International Democracy Day reminds us that governments are obliged to respect the rule of law and the rights of all citizens, not just the interests of the few. Democracy gives us the right to choose and control government, choice and regulation, and subordinates governments to the rules of law, which means that laws treat everyone, including governments, equally.

How To Celebrate The International Day Of Democracy?

  1. Visit local parliament

  2. Find out the benefits of voting

  3. Present short story, poem to society

  4. Look at the majority rule government

  5. Address your children about democracy

  6. Hold an event or open discussion locally

  7. Read the universal declaration on democracy

Sept 15 - Sanchayika Day

Sanchayika Day is an opportunity for school-age children to get used to saving money for themselves. On Sanchayika Day, many children make saving a regular activity and get used to saving habits.

What Is Sanchayika Scheme?

To promote the money-saving habits, the Indian government has also provided banking services for children called Sanchayika Banks. Children who open a bank account to secure their savings in bank accounts are called "sanchayikas," or banks.

Sanchayika is a great program to give students a great benefit from many activities to better accomplish many of their tasks. Students must be able to maintain and develop many of these activities in order to build a fair and secure future for all.

Why We Celebrate Sanchayika Day?

Sanchayika Day is the day of saving and it can help you save a lot of money growing up. If you observe it, make this habit in your children, who are in the early stages of their lives. It is not only for people who cannot save their money, but also for those who cannot save because they grew up without much money. Once you know the importance of that day to them, you can get used to saving for the future.

Sept 21 - International Day Of Peace

Every year, UN announces a new initiative to strengthen the ideal of peace for all nations and peoples. Created in 1981, the Day of Peace is a date shared throughout the world for humanity to work for peace, despite all differences.

What Is The Theme Of International Peace Day 2020?

The 2020 theme for the International Day of Peace is 'Shaping Peace Together'.

Why Is International Day Of Peace Celebrated?

The day of peace is based on the idea that if you can be peaceful on one day, you will be peaceful for the rest of your life. It is not only a celebration of peace and a reminder of the importance of human rights and human dignity, but also a global celebration in which, blessed by their circumstances, everyone can be connected and animate the global celebrations.

How Do You Celebrate International Day Of Peace?

  1. Moment of Silence at 12 Noon

  2. Plan Peace Day barbecue or picnic with loved ones

  3. Watch Peace Day events podcast

  4. Give charity to support the event

  5. Plant a tree – a symbol of persistence and restoration

  6. Spread awareness on social media

Sept 22 - World Car Free Day

World Car Free Day 2020, a global event where cities around the world encourage drivers to leave their cars for the day and show how local roads can be used differently. In fact, this day should motivate you to take a break from the car and offers an opportunity to save money on fuel and maintenance costs for your cars. World Car Free Day is celebrated worldwide and introduced in 2000.

What About The Other 364 Days Of The Year?

Car-free Day will increase the number of car-free days in cities around the world to combat deadly air and water pollution and raise public awareness of the importance of cycling and cycling infrastructure. The overall aim of the "Car Free" campaign is to develop policies that can reduce congestion and pollution and provide cleaner air to cities.

How To Celebrate World Car Free Day?

  1. Use public transport

  2. Educate yourself and society

  3. Use skateboard or electric scooter

  4. Leave your cars parked for 24 hours

  5. Grab the bicycle and head outto work

  6. Volunteering and participating in local events

  7. Opportunity to spread the word about the importance of the car-free day

Sept 23 - International Day Of Sign Languages

The UN resolution that introduces this day recognizes that quality education is crucial for the development and growth of deaf people. International Sign Language Day also recognizes the importance of sign language education. This is one of the most important international development goals for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Why International Day Of Sign Languages Is Important?

On International Sign Languages Day 2020, it is important to remember that without education and inclusion, we are missing out on the valuable contributions that people with disabilities can make to our society and the world. International Sign Languages Day 2020 is also important because more than 70 million deaf people worldwide are at risk of not having access to sign language lessons.

Why Sign Languages Are Awesome?

  1. More expressive

  2. Easy to understand

  3. Listening with your eyes

  4. Builds a better vocabulary

  5. Good for private conversation

  6. Communication tool for many deaf and hard-of-hearing people

Sept 30 - International Translation Day

The Day, created by the International Federation of Translators (FIT), is the annual celebration of translation. Events around the world promote the importance of translators in bridging cultures, and now people are using International Translation Day to promote their professionals as the global translation community gathers.

What Is The Theme Of International Translation Day 2020?

The 2020 theme for the International Translation Day is ‘Finding the words for a world in crisis’.

What Is The Significance Of Translation?

It is intended to acknowledge the important role played by the International Day of Translation in bringing nations together, facilitating dialogue, understanding and cooperation, contributing to development and strengthening peace and security in the world. Translation is required for the spread of data, information, and thoughts. Translation is a medium through which people come to know various works that extend their insight.

How Do We Celebrate International Translation Day?

  1. Attend an event

  2. Make a donation

  3. Spread the word

  4. Appreciate translators