At the 65th Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, No Limit Generation Founder and CEO Samier Mansur, presented on the panel, Early childhood development in conflict and crisis contexts: Innovative approaches and emerging evidence from the field.
Informed by his experience in the Rohingya refugee camps, Mansur shared scalable strategies to support children’s mental health and well-being in emergencies.
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“The quality of our world, is the direct result of our actions. Our actions, are the direct result of our thoughts. Our thoughts… Believe it or not, can be altered by your breath.”Samier Mansur
No Limit Generation’s Founder and CEO, Samier Mansur, was a guest speaker at the International Center for Breathwork’s Breathing Festival where he highlighted 10 tools for effective leadership & stress management.
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Check out Extreme Uncertainty, a podcast highlighting today’s entrepreneurs. NLG’s Founder and CEO, Samier Mansur is featured in the episode Mission Driven in which he discusses starting and sustaining a tech-based non-profit as well as the challenges that often accompany launching a startup.
Listen to this brief clip about the roots of NLG’s mission to enrich the lives of children.
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In partnership with the North Valley Community Foundation, NLG Founder and CEO, Samier Mansur presents Thrive: A Children’s Resilience Initiative. Join us in exploring how we can provide children with greater access to mental health support.
Watch the full video now on Youtube!
NLG completed filming in Butte County for our mental health training videos this week, after 8 days of filming that took us from Butte County to Baltimore. It was a unique challenge to undertake this mission with all that’s going on, but we’re grateful not only to have captured everything needed for production, but also to have met so many wonderful people along the way.
As the U.S. declared a national state of emergency in March, No Limit Generation realized that teachers, parents, and social workers were facing a challenge unlike any before. Our team moved quickly to create timely resources: live training workshops led by leading experts in the field to help navigate the pandemic. Our COVID-19 Timely Response, which so far includes five workshops, has already helped hundreds of caregivers and chidlren alike. In these bi-weekly live-workshops, we will continue to address pressing questions around self-care and child care during this period of adjustment.
NLG joined an effort that called on Congress for emergency funds to support the unprecedented challenges children are facing while in Quarantine. These include and are not limited to long-term isolation from friends and social networks; loss of regular access to supportive adults and structure, leading to challenges with motivation, difficulty solving problems, and poor decision-making; and sharp increases in domestic violence and child physical/sexual abuse during quarantine.
Organized by Together for Girls, the joint letter calls on Congress to invest at least $300 million in emergency funding to strengthen child safety and protection programs in the next COVID-19 Relief Package; and calls for significant funding increases for Child Abuse Prevention Treatment Act (CAPTA) State and Prevention grants and other child abuse prevention and intervention programs within the Department of Health and Human Services.
NLG is honored to announce a partnership with the PEAR Institute to address COVID-19’s mental health implications in the classroom and homes.
As a result of pandemic-related challenges, schools and afterschool programs should expect an increase of psychological and adaptational issues among students when schools reopen in the fall. To prepare teachers, parents, and social workers to address this critical need, No Limit Gen and the PEAR Institute are designing the first of its kind curriculum to create healing and supportive environments for children in the home and classroom as they transition back to school.
You can view our conversation with the renowned clinical and developmental psychologist Dr. Gil Noam where we explore this transition moment and its impact on education here: Trends in Education: Crisis to Opportunity in the ‘New Normal’.
In the wake of global pandemic health concerns, disease spread prevention is on most of our minds. Our goal is to be as responsive as possible to your needs, and so in partnership with MedGlobal, No Limit Generation just published a new training-video series featuring Dr. Henna Qureshi as she highlights practical steps and precautions we can all take to prevent disease spread.