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Ind eng-505-ppt

  1. 1. SaafSafaiaurSikhai!<br />By AkankshaShindewadi Mumbai Public School<br />Dadar, Mumbai<br />
  2. 2. Day 1 : Feel<br />Children spoke about issues that bothered them the most in their community and came up with the following:<br />Dirty surroundings (normally during and after festivals)<br />Alcoholism<br />Violence at home<br />The children said they believed that all the above concerns were somehow or the other related to the unclean and unhygienic surrounding they all lived in.<br />
  3. 3. Day 2 : Imagine<br /> The students of 4th grade chose to lead a Cleanliness Drive within their own community Gautam Nagar and adjacent chawls of ShindewadiandShivneri.<br /> The students brainstormed to leave a lasting impression on the people in their community. They came up with the following:<br />Chant Cleanliness Slogans<br />Make Posters and Placards to walk with<br />Gift Dustbins to their community office<br />Give Cards to the people they meet<br />
  4. 4. Day 3: Do <br />After inviting the Junior College students from the same building, the students started the pre-work for the Cleanliness Drive by making cards for their community.<br />Each card was drawn and colored by the childrenfollowed by Junior College students writing the slogans in it.<br />
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  16. 16. Day 4: Doing just continues….<br />Dust bins were donated by Viraj Clean Sea Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.<br />The children sat in groups and painted dustbins which they had decided to donate to the community centre. <br />They also continued to color cards as their goal was to make 300 cards in next 3 days.<br />
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  34. 34. Cleaning their immediate surroundings<br /> After painting the dustbins, The students again volunteered to clean up the gallery where they sat and worked before.<br />
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  42. 42. Day 5: Preparation<br />On the last day, the students prepared Posters and Placards for the final day. <br />Volunteers from the Junior College also volunteered to help the kids make more cards and placards on this day.<br />
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  64. 64. Day 6: Building up the action<br />Children move out of their schools and enter 3 different communities to talk to the people living there.<br />Groups of children also marched out in the open to promote cleanliness with their placards and chants.<br />After coming back, they brainstormed how the whole week was for them, what they learned, what will stay with them forever.<br />
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  76. 76. Time for Action<br />The gloves came on<br />The work started!<br />
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  92. 92. Giving...<br />Our principal donating the Dustbins to the community office personnel.<br />
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  94. 94. Lessons Learnt<br />Children promise to use dustbins and keep their community clean.<br />Children express their eagerness to do the same Rally and Cleanliness Drive next year as well.<br />

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