JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION
National Society: District East/Society/802/2013
143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051
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Jyoti Social Foundation organized Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive in the Seemapuri slums of East Delhi on 18th January 2014. This program is in continuation to the National Oral Health Program undertaken by the Team Jyoti Social conducted earlier in Hyderabad. Along with dental checkup, Team Jyoti Social conducted Nukkad Natak to create awareness on Women Empowerment.

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  1. 1. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 1 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 A Project Report on Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive – Delhi 2014 National Oral Health Program- Jyoti Social Conducted on: 18th January 2014, Address: Slums of Seemapuri, Delhi -110095 INDIA
  2. 2. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 2 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 INDEX Sr. Description Pages 01 Abstract/ Introduction 03 02 Problem 04 03 Goals & Objective 04 04 Methodology 05-06 05 Coordination 07-08 06 Evaluation 09 07 Finances 10 08 Team 11 09 Feedbacks 11-12 10 Conclusion and Future projects 13 11 Event Snapshots 14-15
  3. 3. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 3 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 ABSTRACT Program Title: National Oral Healthcare Program Project Title: Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive – Delhi 2014 Project Number: V-OHC-DEL-01 Project Manager: Ms. Shilpa Malhotra Social Engagement Advisor: Mr. Deepak Kushwaha Project Coordinators: Mrs. Kalpati Devi, Miss. Sumi Sarkar, Mr. Anup Singh, Mr. Keshav Sharma, Mr. Kesinakurthi Samba Siva Krishna, Mr. Shashank Manathkar, Ms. Prachi Datta, Mr. Satyajit Das, Mr. Shivanarayan Mahato, Ms. Shivanika Soni, Mr. Mohit Manocha, Mr. Rahul Malhotra, Ms. Shubhangi Agarwal, Ms. Jyoti Kumari, Ms. Khyati Gupta, Ms. Shilpi Jindal Guest: Mr. Madan Lal Soni, Mr. Rakesh Sharma, Mr. Sashi Bhushan, Mr. Mukul Arora, Mr. Dharmendra Yadav Nukkad Natak Team: Ms. Nida Ashhar, Mr. Amlan Chakroborty, Mr. Anish Goel, Ms. Bhakti Dixit, Mr. Lamesh Sehgal, Mr. Manish, Mr. Onkar Grover, Mr. Rohan Kapoor, Ms. Simran Chawla, Mr. Misba Majood, Ms. Pallavi Rai Jyoti Social Foundation organized Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive in the Seemapuri slums of East Delhi on 18th January 2014. This program is in continuation to the National Oral Health Program undertaken by the Team Jyoti Social conducted earlier in Hyderabad. Along with dental checkup, Team Jyoti Social conducted Nukkad Natak to create awareness on Women Empowerment. Dr. Mukul Arora from Signature Smile Dental Spa, NOIDA conducted a regular dental health checkup for 250 (approx.) children of Seemapuri slum with Team Jyoti Social. Various sections of society participated in all vigor to make this program a success. A group of students from Amity University presented a Nukkad Natak (Street Play). Grantee: Self-Funded and Individual Donors Email Address: jyotisocialfoundations@gmail.com Website: www.jyotifoundations.org Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/JyotiSocialFoundation Project Period: January 18, 2014 to January 19, 2014
  4. 4. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 4 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 PROBLEM Healthcare 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 life, 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. So, it is very important to create the awareness about the best oral health care practices and enlighten the various aspects of oral health. “Oral Healthcare 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 healthy. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1. Develop a strategy to better integrate oral health into life of people dwelling in slums a) Making oral health prevention and care, part of prenatal care b) Making oral health education reach children and inhabitants of slums c) Develop dental programs to reduce vertical transmission d) Dental checkup for children of slums 2. Create awareness and educate families dwelling in slums on Women Empowerment through our all engagements. a) Nukkad Natak (Street Play ) b) Awareness on vocational training and skill development.
  5. 5. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 5 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 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 teethes and count was given. b) Brushing Techniques: A proper demonstration of various brushing techniques was given to all attendees. c) Informative video on Oral Healthcare The video ‘Colgate__How_To_Have_A_Bright_Smile’ was played during the event to create awareness about oral healthcare among children of slum. Brushing techniques, habits and importance of oral healthcare was discussed. 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 at intervals. b) Antakshari To actively engage and amalgamate with the children and connect to them we initiated some fun loving games like poem recitation. 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. 6. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 6 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 3. Nukkad Natak: Nukkad Natak on Women Empowerment titled “Bekhauf” was conducted on the streets of Seemapuri slums by Students of Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida. Street play pulled a crowd of 300+ citizens and created awareness on issues such as education, Women empowerment and portrayed the prevailing situation in society at large. Through Nukkad Natak Team Jyoti Social was able to connect and educate inhabitants of Seemapuri on issues of social injustice and Women Empowerment.
  7. 7. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 7 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 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 engaged in the conduction of the program. Team during Primary Survey, conducted 3 times between: Nov 29th 2013- Jan 14th 2014.
  8. 8. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 8 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 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 (Nov-Dec 2013) we got to learn a lot about the lifestyle, habits, educational standards and problems that slum dwellers and children are facing. Primary survey and reporting was one of the main tool on which the whole project was designed. 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, housewives & IT professionals from across India. We also consulted doctors/dentists, academicians and our mentors. Execution: The whole project report defines the project in details. From methodology adapted to evaluation, finances and feedback. •Site Visit and direct conversation with the elderly people of the communtity •Estimates, Problems and engagement Plan 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
  9. 9. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 9 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 EVALUATION Response: We received full support with enthusiasm from the society and the engagement was successful. Effective, efficient and equitable use of financial and other resources: As the whole project was conducted within the range of Ten Thousands Rupee. 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 met all our desired results with a small team
  10. 10. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 10 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 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 4. Individual Donors Sr Description Cost 1 Medicines 710 2 Equipment’s ( Gloves + Mask + Kidney Trays) 284 3 Memento 720 4 Refreshment for Children 632 5 Certificates Print 742 6 Dental Mirrors 650 7 200 Tooth Brushes/ Tooth paste + Dettol 2224 8 Disposables 160 9 Water bottles & Dispenser 100 10 Team Refreshment 350 11 Tent – Table, Carpet & Chairs 1020 12 PA System & Music 600 13 Projector & projector screen 900 14 1 Flex banner 400 15 Miscellaneous 964 Total 10465 Donors: Mr. Alok Gupta, Mr. Ashish Kumar, Ms. Deepti Kaushik, Mr. Vipin Chandra, Mr. Trivesh gaur, Mr. Akash jain and Jyoti Social Team
  11. 11. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 11 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 TEAM Project Manager: Ms. Shilpa Malhotra Social Engagement Advisor: Mr. Deepak Kushwaha Project Coordinators: Mrs. Kalpati Devi, Miss. Sumi Sarkar, Mr. Anup Singh, Mr. Keshav Sharma, Mr. Kesinakurthi Samba Siva Krishna, Mr. Shashank Manathkar, Ms. Prachi Datta, Mr. Satyajit Das, Mr. Shivanarayan Mahato, Ms. Shivanika Soni, Mr. Mohit Manocha, Mr. Rahul Malhotra, Ms. Shubhangi Agarwal, Ms. Jyoti Kumari, Ms. Khyati Gupta, Ms. Shilpi Jindal Guest: Mr. Madan Lal Soni, Mr. Rakesh Sharma, Mr. Sashi Bhushan, Mr. Mukul Arora, Mr. Dharmendra Yadav Nukkad Natak Team: Ms. Nida Ashhar, Mr. Amlan Chakroborty, Mr. Anish Goel, Ms. Bhakti Dixit, Mr. Lamesh Sehgal, Mr. Manish, Mr. Onkar Grover, Mr. Rohan Kapoor, Ms. Simran Chawla, Mr. Misba Majood, Ms. Pallavi Rai FEEDBACKS We received full support with enthusiasm from the society and the engagement was successful. Program was successful with productive and exciting experience with 250 children form 100 Families in slums of Seemapuri, Delhi. “I learnt a lot about the lives of marginal people, those who do not have anything to cheer about in their lives. But yet they never complain. They enjoy every moment of their lives. One thing that I would to say in the end is that to make India stand focus has to be given on inclusive development. We do not need to make any special allocations to pull the people out of backwardness but we only need to be efficient in our allocations we have already made.” - Rahul Malhotra, Delhi “The opening ceremony of Jyoti Social Foundation was the first step to bring the change and I really had the savor of such a splendid event. The event brought to me a sense of responsibility, was source of inspiration and allowed the me to serve for good. The event connected me to the dreams and hopes of the little angels who if helped could be provided a better future. With the blessings of elders, support of all the members, love by the residents and contribution of every person involved in the event connected emotions and made me feel like a family. I appreciate the efforts and team work by all the members of Jyoti Social Foundation who always cooperated, managed and contributed efficiently for the success of the event have built a strong fraternity and have inspired me already for the next events.” - Shivanika Soni, Delhi
  12. 12. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 12 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 “The first social drive in Seemapuri Slums leaves permanent footprints in form of my learning. Meeting kids and interacting with people, what I concluded is “To raise their standard of living, firstly we have to put their shoes on, imbibe the ways they live their life. We actually need not to do anything huge to bring a change rather small small efforts can bring a smile to them.” More than anything lavishing, they are in need of basic amenities for living. They wish our patience, attention and concern. My birth, will get worth, when after my death, I can proudly face my god and can claim that, the heart full of love, he gave me, is now all empty because I spread it all to his creations. Nukkad natak on women empowerment was an eye opener. My message to my ladies and girls: “Naari ek Shakti hai, Shakti hai uska gehna ; Bas ab bahut hua, Aur nhi dukh sehna !!!” - Shilpa Malhotra, Delhi
  13. 13. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 13 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE PROJECTS Program was a howling success with productive and exciting experience with 250 children form 100 Families in slums of Old Seemapuri, Delhi. Team Jyoti Social is working to widen the reach to include more and more beneficiaries across the length and breadth of nation under it National Oral Healthcare Program. Further, we are planning to conduct similar programs in various slums and if we are able to generate adequate funding, we will be conducting it throughout the country proactively.
  14. 14. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 14 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 Event Snapshots:
  15. 15. JYOTI SOCIAL FOUNDATION National Society: District East/Society/802/2013 143 NEW LAYAL PUR COLONY, DELHI-110051 A I n i t i a t i v e b y J y o t i S o c i a l F o u n d a t i o n Page 15 Project Report : Oral Healthcare Awareness Drive Delhi 2014 Spreading Smile across the Nation…

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