On 19th August, 2017, Food for Life Vrindavan organised a seminar for the teachers of Sandipani Muni School, which was conducted by Nayati Healthcare Foundation. The seminar was conducted to create awareness about the learning disabilities children occasionally face. The foundation educated the teachers on how to identify and detect the serious mental issues a child could encounter. Doctors from Nayati Healthcare foundation said, “Mental health disorders can affect classroom learning and social interactions, both of which are critical to the success of the students”. The foundation has decided to join hands with Food for Life Vrindavan to help the students facing mental issues by treating them and also volunteered to assist in the expenses incurred for the treatment. About Nayati Healthcare Foundation: Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt. Ltd. is India’s first Multi Super-Specialty healthcare chain operating in Tier-II & Tier-III cities to offer premium tertiary care. Their objective […]
Kaushi Silva, an experienced educator, School Inspector and School Advisor in the UK recently visited FFLV after 7 years and shared what she experienced during her visit here. She found the atmosphere palpably different since her last visit. The structures and systems were in place in all three schools enabling a seamless working day for most students. In all the classrooms, textbooks had been provided which would support continuity and progression in learning. Most students demonstrated a high level of confidence in their speaking skills – both in Hindi and English. They were able to talk confidently about the area of the curriculum that they were learning and, in some cases, were able to identify how the skills and knowledge learned would help them in their everyday life. They were also aware of the aims of the project and its focus on empowering girls to reach their potential. Kaushi even interacted […]
FFLV stands for empowering women and transforming their lives and communities. We believe in providing a safe environment for them to work, with dignity. Almost 80% of FFLV staff constitutes of women. Therefore, we deem it necessary that we provide essential training to ensure them feeling safe at work.We have a zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment. Therefore, as a part of a series to trainings, FFLV conducted a training about our sexual harassment policy with the Cleaning Staff of FFLV. Training is very important as it is the first step to preventing such incidents. We will be conducting this training will all the staff members in the near future.