The WESH project was developed to impart education and raise awareness on Water, Environment, Sanitation and Hygiene in the children, parents and staff members of the organisation.
“Clean community, healthy citizens”
This helps enhance the natural bond between nature and child so that they can become adults who are conscious of their carbon footprint. As an organisation we stress on practical demonstrations of the above said initiatives.
Children and staff have access to purified water throughout the day. There are water filters installed in the corridors near their classroom for their convenience. There are provisions for hand washing and proper hand washing techniques are taught to them before they eat their mid-day meals.
We have tried our best to show our children the importance of a clean environment. The garbage bins are segregated into recyclable and non-recyclable. Friday is a no plastic day for the entire centre and various plants occupy all our windowsills.
The caregivers and cleaners in our centre have been trained to learn the proper methods to use cleaning agents. Each cleaner has been given specific areas to keep disinfected and routine checks are held.
Each month a workshop is held on ‘Women Wellness’ with the adolescent students and a class on personal hygiene is taken once a week with the primary students. Every Wednesday the WESH department conducts a hygiene check-up in all the classes.