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HEALTH PROGRAM (Kavresthali)

Published on: 02/11/2018

A health and hygiene teaching program at the Sanskar Public School was organized where children learn about hygiene in an interactive way.

VIN volunteers discuss how different food items are good and bad for our teeth, and teach the students how they can help prevent sicknesses by simply washing their hands with soap and cleaning their teeth twice a day.

The team of local and international volunteers work together to train children. They motivate children always remember about hygiene by providing the information in a playful and engaging manner. They play the song and involve all the children into it. VIN’s public health and medical care Volunteers’ Alma, Hamzah, Saylyn, Irisha, Rekha and Anil has worked a lot for this. They made a concept with content and posters. It was a wonderful project that they did at Kavresthali. From the sessions they did at Kavresthali about 150 children of 4-12 age group are benefited.


Yury and Richard from Photo journalism made pictures of this event.


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