Health: School & Community based

2000
Community Members

120 Girls 40 Boys

45
Teachers


The School Health Programme comprises of promotive, preventive and curative healthcare.

The main components of the project are providing school health education to the children-raising awareness on menstrual hygiene, training the students on First Aid and WASH. It also included a provision of first aid kits to each school after the training.

The adolescent girls have been provided education on menstrual hygiene and trained on techniques of Breast-Self Examination (BSE) and menstrual awareness packs have been provided.

In addition, fortnightly gynecology and pediatric health camps at Meera centre - a community based Early Childhood centres also provides the community access to promotive, preventive and curative healthcare service.

Objective

To provide children and the local community with quality healthcare through school-based and community based healthcare services.

Timeline

September 2016- August 2017

Activities

First Aid Training, Menstrual hygiene training and WASH training. Fortnightly gynecology and pediatric camps.

Districts and VDCs:

Sankhuapatichaur VDC of Kavre district.

Donors

Childreach Nepal, Adelaide Crows, IMPACT Nepal

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