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Project report jyoti social oral health care awarness program hyderabad chapter

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Jyoti Social Foundation organized Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive in the slums of Gachibolwi (Manikonda/Indra Nagar)Hyderrabad on 30th June 2013. This program is in continuation to the National Oral …

Jyoti Social Foundation organized Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive in the slums of Gachibolwi (Manikonda/Indra Nagar)Hyderrabad on 30th June 2013. This program is in continuation to the National Oral Health Program undertaken by the Team Jyoti Social.

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  • 1. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A Project Report on Oral Health Care Awareness Program Conducted on: 30th June 2013, Address: Slums of Manikonda, Hyderabad -50008 INDIA
  • 2. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 Sr. Description Pages 01 Abstract/ Introduction 03-04 02 Problem 04-06 03 Goals & Objective 04 Methodology 05 Coordination 06 Evaluation 07 Finances 08 Team 09 Feedbacks 10 Conclusion and Future projects
  • 3. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 ABSTRACT Project Title: Oral Health Care Awareness Program Project Number: V-OHC-HYD-01 Social Engagement Advisor (coordinator): Mr. Deepak Kushwaha Project Manager (coordinator): Mr. Nimitt Jain Project Coordinators: Mr. Samba Sivakrishna, Ms. Archita Jain, Ms. Deepthu Vaddadi, Mr. Shashank Manatkar, Ms. Chamarti Vaishnavi and Ms. Raiza. Grantee: Self-Funded Email Address: jyotisocialfoundations@gmail.com Website: www.jyotifoundations.org Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/JyotiSocialFoundation Project Period: June 29, 2013 to June 30, 2013.
  • 4. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 PROBLEM Health care standards has increased significantly in the Indian subcontinent in last few decades but people living in rural areas and slums are still living with substandard health provisions. Considering Oral Health as one of the important part of healthy living Jyoti Social Foundation took the initiative to educate families and create awareness about oral health care. As bad oral health leads to respiratory tract infections such as pneumonia or bronchitis, chronic sinus infections, postnasal drip, diabetes, chronic acid reflux, and liver or kidney problems it is very important to create the awareness about the best oral health care practices and enlighten the various aspects of oral health. “Oral Health Care Awareness Program” was directed mainly for the children’s of slums as they suffer a lot due to lack of awareness, uneducated parents and expensive oral health and dentistry services in India. Hardly parents care to educate children to brush regularly and use tooth paste and other healthy practices to stay orally healthy. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1. Develop a strategy to better integrate oral health into life of peoples dwelling in slums a) Making oral health prevention and care part of prenatal care. b) Making oral health education part of prenatal care for children 2. Create awareness and educate families dwelling in slums 3. Develop dental programs to reduce vertical transmission 4. Distribution of toothbrushes and tooth paste to the children of slums
  • 5. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 METHODOLOGY 1. Conducted small open seminars in slums The seminar was conducted by the team educating slum dwellers, children and peoples about Oral Health. Various tools were used in the process: a) Dental Chart: A dental chart was displayed and children’s were taught basics of dentistry. A proper decapitation of knowledge about various kinds of teeth’s and count was give b) Brushing Techniques: A proper demonstration of various brushing techniques was given to all attendees. 2. Group Activities: a) Quiz on Health and nutrition There was a list of common nursery level quiz prepared along with general knowledge question that was being asked to children’s regularly in intervals. b) Antakshri To actively engage and amalgamate with the children and connect to them we initiated some fun loving games like Antakshri c) Children Games: Rhymes, Counting etc. Various others games were conducted. This all games were held simultaneously while helping children’s brush their teeth.
  • 6. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 COORDINATION The whole event was coordinated with the help of elderly members form local families, Doctors and volunteers from various levels of society. Students from colleges were actively involved in the conduction of the program. Primary Survey: Prior to the indulgence our management and team conducted the primary survey checking the viability of the project. In a period to two months (28-June 2013) we got to learn a lot about the lifestyle, habits, educational standards and problems that slum dwellers are facing. Primary survey and reporting was one of the main tool on which the whole project was architectured. Event Planning: Followed by the Primary survey and with the amalgamation of secondary data we started planning the event and started sketching the layout. Event dates, venue were decided and tools were collected. Team Management: The team was constituted on the basis of the response from our social media pages and direct contacts. Most of the team members were students & IT professionals from Hyderabad. We also consulted doctors/dentists, academicians and our mentors. Execution: The whole project report defines the whole project in details. From methodology adopted to evaluation, finances and feedback. •Site Visit and direct conversation with the elderly people of the communtity Primary Survey •Sketching the event paln •Collecting the tools required Event Planning • Team Building through colleges and student communtiy •Social Media & Direct Contact Team Managment •As scheduled on weekends •Followed by feedback Execution
  • 7. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 EVALUATION Response: We received full support with enthusiasm from the society Effective, efficient and equitable use of financial and other resources: As the whole project was conducted within the range of US $ 50 Recognition of actual changes and progress was appreciable Success factors: Huge no of citizens inhabiting slums, willingness to learn and participate Need for improvement or where expected outcomes are unrealistic: Funding was lacking. If properly funded Oral Health care Awareness Program conducted by Jyoti Social Foundation will be able to reach all the slum inhabitants and increase the standards of oral health care to desired level in developing countries like India. Validation for project staff and partners that desired outcomes are being achieved: Till date we meet all our desired results with a small team FINANCES All the financial support was generated by the team itself. Funds were collected by following procedure 1. Voluntary Donation by the team members 2. Collection of tool from our desk and homes 3. Support by Mentors Description Cost Per Unit Quantity Total 1. Tooth Brush- Colgate 11 40 440 2. Tooth paste 20 5 100 3. Cards, Certificates and Prints - 4. Gifts a) Refreshment b) Pencils, Pens, Sharpener & other Stationaries - Donated by Ms. Archita Jain 4. Travel expense NA 5. Miscellaneous 400 Total Approx INR 1000
  • 8. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 TEAM Social Engagement Advisor (coordinator): Mr. Deepak Kushwaha Project Manager (coordinator): Mr. Nimitt Jain Project Coordinators: Mr. Samba Sivakrishna, Ms. Archita Jain, Ms. Deepthu Vaddadi, Mr. Shashank Manatkar, Ms. Chamarti Vaishnavi and Ms. Raiza. FEEDBACKS Oral Health Care Awareness Program-Hyderabad Chapter 01 conducted by Jyoti Social Foundation involved a team of 8 individual from various backgrounds and experience. IT Professionals formed the most active part as volunteering their hours at weekend. Program was a howling success with productive and exciting experience with 40 children form 20 Families in slums of Manikonda, Hyderabad. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE PROJECTS Program was a howling success with productive and exciting experience with 40 children form 20 Families in slums of Manikonda, Hyderabad. Further we plans to conduct similar programs in various other slums and if we are able to generate adequate funding we will be conducting it throughout the country.
  • 9. PROJECT: ORAL HEALTH CARE AWARNESS JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051