Thursday, 31 December 2020

Disney Frozen Elsa Fashion Doll with Long Blonde Hair & Blue Outfit Inspired by Frozen 2

 

  • Elsa from the Disney Frozen movies: a fan-favorite character from the Disney Frozen movies, This classic Elsa doll is wearing an outfit inspired by the one seen in the Disney Frozen 2 movie.



Kids wedding dress

 





TROLLS PARTY PARTY IDEAS FOR THE BABY GIRL

 Trolls have been around for decades and recently made a big comeback with the release of new movies and a television series. A troll theme is a cute idea for a first birthday party for a baby girl. Decorations are colorful with themed food options such as pink and purple cupcakes and balloons. Entertainment is low-cost and easy to plan. Play the Trolls movie during the party or put on the soundtrack and dance.



BEST CAGES FOR YOUR KID’S PETS IN 2021

 The roles of companion animals for the owners go beyond what we can imagine. For some people, their pet is their best friend, life partner, or even family. A 2011 study conducted by Cats Protection showed 87% of cat owners said their pet helped maintain their well-being, and 76% swore by the impact their felines had in helping them cope with daily life.



Indeed, owning a pet has many powerful health benefits and advantages. Not only will it help relieve depression, stress, and anxiety, but it also creates more opportunities for you to stay physically active, spend time outdoors, and socialize. These different mental and physical activities then lead to decreasing cholesterol levels and blood pressures. 

As much as pets motivate and inspire us to live better, they also need our constant care! Our primary responsibility toward our pets is to ensure their health and welfare. We don’t neglect their medical checkups, treatments, bathing, and feeding times.

Should You Get A Pet Cage?

It is equally important to create a home-like environment for your pet—a spot or place that gives the animal a sense of safety and comfort. Yes, a pet cage is crucial to keeping your pet happy and in optimal health condition!

Pet cages are more than just a sanctuary for them; these homes protect them from harmful conditions. Besides pet safety, behavioral training is a major benefit of owning the best type of pet cage. In fact, the American Kennel Club.org recommends crate training for your dogs. Dog crates give your dogs a sense of security as it acts as a haven for them. An enclosed area is necessary for them to relax, especially during travel or even during house training. It will help them develop discipline and decrease any chances of getting lost or hurt in emergency evacuations and unexpected circumstances. 

That being said, animal cage selection should not relate to how you want your pet to be disciplined. It’s never okay to choose an unsuitable cage to punish your pet for bad behavior—this is unacceptable and goes against the ethics of pet keeping! As the pet owner, you must be responsible for loving and taking care of your pet. Treat them as your companion, void of neglect, and abuse. 

Choosing Cages for Dogs, Cats and More

Quite similar to dogs and cats, your other pets like rabbits, birds, rodents, and lizards also crucially need a comfortable and safe cage for them. It will be deemed as their dwelling place, where they will spend most of their time. You may take them out occasionally, but placing them right back into their cage will be safer for your pets, as well as yourself. 

Here’s how to find the most suitable pet cage for your precious non-human family member:

  • Cage material. The material of the cage is one of the first things you need to check before buying. Plastic and metallic materials are two of the most common types of enclosures. However, some cages come with plastic or a glass tank setting; opting for these cages would depend on the kind of pet. When selecting the best cage material, it all boils down to comfort.
  • Cage size. Pets come in many sizes, and cages don’t come in a one-size-fits-all measurement. Therefore, find a cage that has enough space for them to move around, stretch their bodies in, and do other things. You need to be practical in choosing the cage size, especially if you’re anticipating your pet to grow larger and taller in time. It must be economical for you and wonderfully comfortable for your pet friend.
  • Cage flooring. The base must be comfortable enough for your pet to lie in. Remember that it’s a place for them to relax and stay awhile. The cage floor should have the right material for it to be comfortable. You can opt to add cushions or other flooring materials, especially if your pet has sensitive feet and toes.
  • Cage gap width. Does your pet cage have holes? Ensure they don’t affect your pet’s comfort level in any way or let them escape. With that said, the cage should have enough ventilation. 

Pet Cage Cleaning and Maintenance

When buying a pet cage, bear in mind, you must keep it in a clean and in livable condition for the animal. A well-maintained cage lasts longer, too, which means you save money in the long run!

Here are the basic rules for keeping your pet cage well-maintained:

  1. Clean the cage regularly. A home that is clean and organized has happy inhabitants. Regularly disinfect the cage and change the flooring. Avoid using strong chemical cleansers that may risk the health of your pets. Use only mild soaps and scent-free wipes.
  2. Put the cage in a safe spot. Your pet may have a preferred location; place their cage in a spot they truly love. Some pets love being in quiet areas, while others want to be near their family all the time. Another critical factor is the weather and temperature of the place. Ensure that the area is not extremely hot or cold for your pet, as it will seriously affect their health. 
  3. Design the cage precisely according to their needs. Accentuate your pet’s cage with tools and accessories. Aside from their cushion or flooring, there should be a designated area for their food and water. A cage is a place for sleeping and resting and a dining area to drink or eat freely. Depending on what kind of pet you own, you should consider adding more entertainment tools for them to live more happily.


It’s time for the most exciting part: shopping for the best pet cage! We have consolidated a list of our top picks and top-rated pet cages for a different variety of pets that you might already have or are planning to own:


Monday, 28 September 2020

THE RIGHT TO INCLUSIVE, QUALITY EDUCATION

 Plan International believes that education should be available and accessible to all girls and boys. Every child must be able to access and complete an inclusive, quality pre-primary, primary and secondary education in order to meet the Global Goal for education by 2030.



Plan International believes that education should be available and accessible to all girls and boys. Every child must be able to access and complete an inclusive, quality pre-primary, primary and secondary education in order to meet not only the the Global Goal for education, but all Global Goals by 2030.
 
To achieve this, the international community, local governments and the private sector must fund quality education, to lift up and support the girls and boys who are least likely to be able to access education. 

QUALITY EDUCATION FOR GIRLS 

Plan International believes that education is the key to unlocking girls’ potential, and one of the most effective interventions for achieving development goals. Every girl has an equal right to complete a quality education, in safe school environments that are free from gender bias. Education must challenge discriminatory social norms and promote gender equality. 

Plan International will continue to work to ensure that girls’ education is a priority issue globally and that gender equality is advanced in and through education.

We commit to prioritising the removal of gendered barriers to girls’ access to and completion of education, such as poor sanitation and menstrual hygiene management facilities, early pregnancy and childcare, and child marriage. 

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR ALL 

Plan International believes that mainstream education systems can and should be adapted to meet the needs of all learners, and should offer learning opportunities for every child. Children with disabilities have an equal right to access an inclusive, quality education, and a right to the support and adaptations necessary to facilitate their learning.  

Likewise, no child should be denied the right to access and complete an inclusive, quality education due to poverty - and recognises that poverty exacerbates the likelihood of exclusion for girls or children with disabilities. 

EDUCATION IN EMERGENCIES

Plan International believes that no child should be denied their right to an education due to conflict and disaster. This fundamental right must be protected before, during and after an emergency, including for displaced children, refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced persons, to ensure educational continuity.

We believe that education in emergencies is crucial to maintaining a sense of normalcy in children’s lives, to provide safe, supportive spaces for children, and for equipping children with the skills and knowledge they need to negotiate their present and future circumstances. Girls’ education during times of crisis is particularly important and can protect them from trafficking, forced marriage and other forms of abuse and exploitation.  

EDUCATION FREE FROM VIOLENCE

Plan International asserts that every child has the right to learn in a safe and secure environment, free from the fear or threat of violence. This is an inseparable aspect of a quality education. 

We believe it is unacceptable that any child should be a victim of violence of any description either in school, or on the journey to and from school – including sexual violence or harassment, bullying and intimidation, and corporal punishment. We recognise that school-related gender-based violence is a significant factor preventing girls from accessing and completing school and are committed to eliminating such violence through our advocacy and programming work.

WHAT IS QUALITY EDUCATION COMPRISED OF?

Quality education should provide children and young people with the necessary skills and knowledge, attitudes and behaviours to lead positive and productive lives. Quality education should include not only literacy and numeracy but also wider life skills that empower them to be leaders and change-makers. Comprehensive sexuality education is a key element of quality education and provides girls, in particular, with the skills and knowledge to make decisions about their bodies and futures. 

In addition, Plan international recognises that non-formal education can ensure that out-of-school children are able to access opportunities. In some cases non-formal education programs can bridge children back into the formal education system. For young mothers or girls who have been married early, non-formal education can address their unique needs. 

In addition, we believe that early childhood care and pre-primary education are vital components of a quality education that are of critical value for the early socialisation of gender equality. A quality education must gender-sensitive at a minimum and aim to be gender transformative by transforming harmful gender stereotypes, norms and biases in schools and in society more broadly. 

Tuesday, 1 September 2020

THE RIGHT TO INCLUSIVE, QUALITY EDUCATION



Plan International believes that education should beavailable and accessible to all girls and boys. Every child must be able toaccess and complete an inclusive, quality pre-primary, primary and secondary education in order to meet the Global Goal for education by 2030.
Plan International believes that education should be available and accessible to all girls and boys. Every child must be able to access and complete an inclusive, quality pre-primary, primary and secondary education in order to meet not only the the Global Goal for education, but all Global Goals by 2030.

To achieve this, the international community, local governments and the private sector must fund quality education, to lift up and support the girls and boys who are least likely to be able to access education.

Plan International believes that education is the key to unlocking girls’ potential, and one of the most effective interventions for achieving development goals. Every girl has an equal right to complete a quality education, in safe school environments that are free from gender bias. Education must challenge discriminatory social norms and promote gender equality.

Plan International will continue to work to ensure that girls’ education is a priority issue globally and that gender equality is advanced in and through education.

We commit to prioritising the removal of gendered barriers to girls’ access to and completion of education, such as poor sanitation and menstrual hygiene management facilities, early pregnancy and childcare, and child marriage.

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR ALL
Plan International believes that mainstream education systems can and should be adapted to meet the needs of all learners, and should offer learning opportunities for every child. Children with disabilities have an equal right to access an inclusive, quality education, and a right to the support and adaptations necessary to facilitate their learning. 

Likewise, no child should be denied the right to access and complete an inclusive, quality education due to poverty - and recognises that poverty exacerbates the likelihood of exclusion for girls or children with disabilities.

Plan International believes that no child should be denied their right to an education due to conflict and disaster. This fundamental right must be protected before, during and after an emergency, including for displaced children, refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced persons, to ensure educational continuity.

We believe that education in emergencies is crucial to maintaining a sense of normalcy in children’s lives, to provide safe, supportive spaces for children, and for equipping children with the skills and knowledge they need to negotiate their present and future circumstances. Girls’ education during times of crisis is particularly important and can protect them from trafficking, forced marriage and other forms of abuse and exploitation. 

EDUCATION FREE FROM VIOLENCE
Plan International asserts that every child has the right to learn in a safe and secure environment, free from the fear or threat of violence. This is an inseparable aspect of a quality education.

We believe it is unacceptable that any child should be a victim of violence of any description either in school, or on the journey to and from school – including sexual violence or harassment, bullying and intimidation, and corporal punishment. We recognise that school-related gender-based violence is a significant factor preventing girls from accessing and completing school and are committed to eliminating such violence through our advocacy and programming work.

Quality education should provide children and young people with the necessary skills and knowledge, attitudes and behaviours to lead positive and productive lives. Quality education should include not only literacy and numeracy but also wider life skills that empower them to be leaders and change-makers. Comprehensive sexuality education is a key element of quality education and provides girls, in particular, with the skills and knowledge to make decisions about their bodies and futures.

In addition, Plan international recognises that non-formal education can ensure that out-of-school children are able to access opportunities. In some cases non-formal education programs can bridge children back into the formal education system. For young mothers or girls who have been married early, non-formal education can address their unique needs.


In addition, we believe that early childhood care and pre-primary education are vital components of a quality education that are of critical value for the early socialisation of gender equality. A quality education must gender-sensitive at a minimum and aim to be gender transformative by transforming harmful gender stereotypes, norms and biases in schools and in society more broadly.