In the month of March we conducted our My Body My Safety programme for the children of a community-based NGO at Thane. Every day the children welcomed us with energetic, special greetings (a sequence of claps!). A few girls would
In November 2017, we got a chance to visit Sameerwadi in Karnataka to conduct our My Body My Safety Programme for the students of K. J. Somaiya English Medium School and Somaiya Vinay Mandir High school. We fell in love
We Conducted our My Body My Safety programme with the children who were attending YUVA’s LIfe skill workshop which was for the age group of 13 year to 18 year of age on the 4th and 5th of June 2017.
In April 2017 our very first Teacher Training Programme took place with the staff of Society for Rehabilitation for Crippled Children (SRCC) at Haji Ali. Where the staff of the school who work with children who have cerebral palsy providing
February took off with a parent-initiated session which was requested and organised by a concerned parent from a housing society in Central Mumbai. Usually we have to approach and request parents to make time for this, but it boosted our
We reached out to an ngo in Turbhe named Aarambh which works with the community in their vicinity. They help working parents in the area by offering day care centre services in addition to providing education, health services and vocational
Our first programme of the new year started fresh and early in the month! We conducted our “My Body, My Safety” workshop with the 10th standard students of Shri Sharda English Medium School (part of the Somaiya Education Trust).
K.J Somaiya Secondary School, Nareshwadi, Maharashtra The best experience of all, for us, was Nareshwadi. Not because it was our first time being invited by a popular education trust to conduct safety programmes at one of their rural community development
For the first time we conducted our Comprehensive Sex Education programme in another city. Let’s talk about Parineeti, an NGO based out of Pune, that works with young adults. They got in touch with us as they needed to provide
December was a month of firsts! We not only conducted our first out station programme in a semi-rural set up, but we also conducted our first round of sessions in a Gujarati medium school. Apart from this we also did our