Dear Reader,

“We Voice of Youth National Organization” is excited to announce our 18th National Essay Contest, and we invite all young minds across the nation to participate in this inspiring event. As we approach World Polio Day on October 24, 2023, we believe in the power of your voices to raise awareness and drive action in the fight against polio.

🚀 Theme: “Eradicating Polio: Our Role in Global Health” 🚀

Why Participate?

  • 🌟 Showcase your writing talent.
  • 🌍 Raise awareness about the global effort to eradicate polio.
  • 🤝 Connect with like-minded youth nationwide.
  • 🎁 Win exciting prizes and awards.

How to Participate:

  1. Register: Send Participation Fee 101 Screenshort on our Whatsapp 7703946673 with your essay.
  2. Receive Guidelines: Once registered, you will receive the essay topic and guidelines.
  3. Craft Your Essay: Put your creativity and insight into action with an essay (word limit: 500 words) that reflects your perspective on the theme.
  4. Submit Your Entry: Share your entry with us online by October 24, 2023. on Whatsapp 7703946673
  5. For Support Whatsapp us 7703946673 , For Call – 011-69270320


  • 🏆 1st Place: 3000 INR+ Certificate
  • 🥈 2nd Place: 2000 INR + Certificate
  • 🥉 3rd Place: 1000 INR + Certificate

Let’s Make a Difference Together! 🌍

Join us in the fight against polio and help create a polio-free world. Together, we can make history!

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Let your voice be heard, and let’s make a positive impact on World Polio Day! 🌍

#YouthVoice #PolioFreeWorld #EssayContest #WorldPolioDay

World Polio Day is an annual observance held on October 24th to raise awareness about the global efforts to eradicate polio, a debilitating and potentially deadly infectious disease caused by the poliovirus. This day serves as an opportunity to highlight the progress made in the fight against polio and to mobilize support for ongoing immunization campaigns.

Here are some key points about World Polio Day:

  1. Historical Context: World Polio Day was established by Rotary International to commemorate the birth of Jonas Salk, the scientist who developed the first successful polio vaccine. Salk’s vaccine, introduced in the 1950s, marked a major breakthrough in the battle against polio.
  2. Polio Eradication Initiative: The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) was launched in 1988 with the goal of eradicating polio worldwide. GPEI is a partnership between various organizations, including the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotary International, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  3. Progress and Challenges: Over the years, significant progress has been made in reducing the incidence of polio. Thanks to vaccination efforts, the number of polio cases has declined dramatically. However, challenges such as vaccine hesitancy, conflict in some regions, and logistical difficulties in reaching remote areas still pose obstacles to complete eradication.
  4. Importance of Vaccination: Vaccination is a key tool in the fight against polio. The oral polio vaccine (OPV) and inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) are administered to children to build immunity against the virus. Mass vaccination campaigns are conducted to ensure high vaccine coverage.
  5. Global Awareness: World Polio Day is marked by various events and activities around the world. These include educational campaigns, fundraisers, and initiatives to mobilize resources and support for the polio eradication efforts.
  6. Ongoing Commitment: The global community remains committed to the goal of eradicating polio once and for all. Success in this endeavor would make polio the second human disease, after smallpox, to be eradicated.
  7. The Role of Youth: Youth organizations, like your “We Voice of Youth National Organization,” often play a crucial role in raising awareness and participating in advocacy efforts to end polio.

World Polio Day is an occasion to reflect on the progress made, acknowledge the dedication of healthcare workers and volunteers, and renew our commitment to achieving a polio-free world. It reminds us that together, we can overcome challenges and work towards the common goal of eradicating this devastating disease.

Aryan Kr

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