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Nutrition Friendly School Initiative Pilot Testing - Indian Experience Presented by Swati Parmar Programmme Manager HRIDAY-SHAN New Delhi, India HRIDAY- SHAN Team Involved in Pilot Testing Dr. K Srinath Reddy, Hony. Executive Director, Eminent Cardiologist & Epidemiologist
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New Delhi, India
Dr. K Srinath Reddy, Hony. Executive Director, Eminent Cardiologist & Epidemiologist
Ms. Monika Arora, Director, Social Scientist
Ms. Swati Parmar, Programme Manager, Social Work Professional
Ms. Shalini Bassi, Project Officer, Nutritionist
Need for Health promotion programmes like HRIDAY- SHAN and a formal structured initiative such as NFSI
AREAS OF FOCUS
Diet & Nutrition
* HRIDAY means ‘Heart’ in most Indian Languages
AT SCHOOL LEVEL
LEARNING TO ACT
LEARNING THE FACT
“Debate the Present to Define the Future”
“Let’s Talk Health”
Orientation workshop for Teachers
Training workshop for Peer leaders
Teachers Training Manual
Peer leader training Manual
Students Handbook (worksheets)
Student charter on health of our land
Intra and inter school/ college competitions
Students Parliament on Health
Lectures & interactive sessions on health themes by resource persons
Other IEC Material for school: posters, fact sheets, booklets, films, interactive games
At home level
Home Team Material
Post cardsStrategies followed by HRIDAY-SHAN
At community level
Learning Resource Material
Intent: Children learn best in a safe, healthy & cognitively motivating environment
* Only at school level
Sensitization of students and parents on healthy diet through classroom activities and Home Team Material.
Poster display on diet and nutrition in classroom and in school/college.
Promotion of healthy snacks in the school canteen*.
Encouraging students to bring cost effective healthy food in their tiffins.
Encouraging students to put healthy food stalls during school fetes and college festivals.
Sensitization of students and parents about importance of being physically fit through classroom activities and Home Team Material*.
Poster display highlighting importance of being physically fit.
Encouraging students to practice some form of physical activity regularly during games period*.
Developing innovative programmes for making physical activity sessions enjoyable to students*.
Encourage students to adopt measures for including different forms of physical activity in their daily living habits.Activities for Health promotion In schools