The CAP (Children Are Precious) Project – The Right Living

Social Initiative by the Panvel Municipal Corporation,
supported by: – Heart Foundation & Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai

It’s been over two years and finally the students are going back to schools. Due to the Covid Pandemic, they had to stay at home and their physical activities and also their overall growth has had an immense setback due to which we have understood that we need to Re-educate, Re-assure and Rehabilitate the students through a holistic approach and which is why we are planning The CAP (Children Are Precious) Project – The Right Living which would be a Social Initiative by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, supported by Heart Foundation & Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai.

So under it’s The CAP (Children Are Precious) Project – The Right Living, we conducted the program for the school children, the teachers and the parents in the NMMC limits during the academic year 2022-2023. This project was  aimed at going to them in schools and educating them the Physical, Mental, Social, the right diet, Tiffin Audits and various ways of handling Medical Emergencies.

About Cap Project Program in Schools

The Cap Project program was a comprehensive, activity based program that aimed to make students understand that they are precious and the importance of living the right way and practise proper diet, take care of their vital organs like the Eye, teeth, their physical and mental growth, have proper diet and various hygiene methods. It was targeted at the students of classes 5th 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th. The seminars were of 40 minutes, during which period students were exposed to the above topics and made them realise the importance of Right Living. This time we were able to take in Marathi schools along with English schools.

To make the training highly effective, interesting and engaging, innovative methodologies such as audio-video sessions of eminent doctors from Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai, ADHS – M, Public Health Dept., Government Of Maharashtra ON MALARIA & VECTOR BORNE DISEASES, The Additional Commissioner – NMMC ON MAJHI VASUNDHARA, question answer time, and role plays, were employed. Such techniques ensure a higher level of retention in students, while giving them practical exposure about importance of Right Living.

During the session, the students were introduced to a 26 page – CAP health booklet, which had eminent doctors not only speaking about the dos and donts for the students but also to the teachers and parents too. The edifying booklet will have a direct impact on the young impressionable minds and will encourage them to practise healthy living as an in-built habit.

Sixty three thousand Nine hundred and twenty Nine students from 55 Schools were benefited from The CAP (Children Are Precious) Project – The Right Living in the NMMC area.

We have started the same in the schools in the PMC area and believe that many students, teachers and parents would be benefitted from this CAP Health Booklet, the link is given below for you to download and keep it as a ready reference.

Click Below Link

Cap Project – Brochure low