SWADEEP is currently implementing the project Health and Safety Awareness program in partnership with the APM Terminal – Papavav, 97 Primary School, 26 Secondary and Higher Secondary School, 3 College, 1 ITI and 32 village level community awareness program in Rajula block of Amareli district.

The primary objective of the communication strategy is to mobilize communities in support of the School -to- School program. This will be achieved by raising awareness of children, communities, families and teachers on the importance of Health and safety for school readiness. In community special and voluntary controlled schools, and local authority nursery schools,for all other schools and colleges, the governors are the employer and have the responsibility under the Health and Safety at Work.  School employers should always take a proportionate approach, remembering that in schools risk assessment and risk management are tools to enable children to undertake activities safely, and not prevent activities from taking place. 

Childhood is the age of learning and it is the time when a child start developing practices and attitude towards health. It is very important to target the children for oral health awareness and demonstration of correct methods for oral hygiene. Children learn not only subjective knowledge but also life style practices and health seeking behaviors

Teach some basic safety rules and precautions. Do this inside and outside the home. For example, teach your child to always use the car seat and those ovens and toasters can cause burns. We have a simple saying: "Use your head, wear a helmet." It is the single most effective safety device available to reduce head injury and death from bike crashes. Smoke alarms reduce the chances of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. Zebra crossing, talk with other caregivers about what problems could arise and how to prevent them.

Who We Are?

SWADEEP was established in 2005, focusing on sustainable and integrated Rural Development of the vulnerable, with a special focus on children and women. The organization lays emphasis on transparency, accountability, community mobilization, participation and ownership.