SIDART members went to the slum to enroll more schools for road safety education project.

On the 21th April 2015, SIDART members went to the slum in jawahar nagar to enroll more schools for road safety education package and seek volunteers for the Road Safety Project. Parveen Arora, Sitaram Sharma and Dora Maciel visited three different schools in the slums near tela number 7 A B and tela number 6. They also distributed books and leaflets about road safety and talked to the slum dwellers of Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur. The discussions with the teachers and school authorities informed schoo

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SIDART, Fleet forum and Johnson & Johnson takes the initiative to facilitate road safety education.

Around 650 students from six schools in Baddi will undergo 6 to 7 weeks training program on road safety.

On the 10th and 11th April, the social initiative was launched to educate school students on road safety in the industrial town of Baddi. Six schools – Nav Adarsha School, P.C Cambridge School, B.L Central School, Sri Aurobindo School, V.R. Senior Secondary School and Sushila Public School – have been chosen for the program. 

The road safety training pr

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Strengthening of Panchayats Women.

SIDART have been conducting seminars at the village/ Panchayat level and even at the state level for women exclusively in a strategic manner, to facilitate empowerment and reinforce the Panchayati Raj in Rajasthan. We go beyond knowledge sharing, and focus on practical training, learning visits, audits and exposure visits. On 25th march, 2015, for example, the volunteer group of women villages met. At first, every woman was invited by Dr. Mrs. Pramila Sanjaya to introduce herself in public. T

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Activity on Child Road Safety Project in Mamth Bal Vidhalya Middle School

On March 25th 2015, SIDART’s members Parveen Arora, Dora Maciel, Neelam Saim and the teacher Hanuman delivered a class in the Mamth Bal Vidhalya Middle School, about road safety. The lesson is part of the project Child Road Safety focuses on children at the age of 5-12, as children commonly start using roads alone at that age and therefore need to be trained. The pilot projects took place in the slums of Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur, as children from slums are oft

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