ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP | LIFE SKILLS| ENVIRONMENT

BRAKE EVEN

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Brake Even is our short-term outreach programme for schools and other institutions eager to engage with issues related to the environment, life skills and citizenship, as a way of creating awareness and ownership of our social and physical environment.

Workshops on waste, water, air pollution and urban greens, include general information on each theme, plus information on their context in Delhi. Each of these workshops follow four steps, these are: orientation, knowledge, experience and consolidation/action. Keeping it fun and exciting is integral to the Brake-Even philosophy.

FOCUS AREA - Land, water, waste, air , urban greens and sustainability

KEY ACTIVITIES - Workshops, field trips, film screenings, campaigns

TARGET GROUP - Schools and other educational institutions

OUTREACH AND IMPACT- Brake Even has been implemented in more than 200 schools of Delhi and has successfully engaged more than 500,000 students on issues of environment and citizenship.

Apart from direct institutional tie-ups with schools, VSO, American Center and The Smart Cube have also supported implementation of Brake Even.Renowned schools of the capital such as Springdales School Pusa Road, Delhi Public School, Banyan Tree, Mothers’ International School and St. Columba’s School have given excellent feedback about the program.


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We are always looking for young and enthusiastic minds that can help us create the change along with being the change. Whatever your passion, we always have opportunities for you along with endless cups of Chai!

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TESTIMONIALS

"Our experience at Sarvodaya Co-ed School Masjid Mod with the Swechha team was amazing. Nehul and Vrinda conducted the session on Urban green spaces which was full of activities and fun for students. Students learnt the importance of preserving our environment and learnt how to do that in an urban setup with very less space left for greenery. Overall the experience was enriching."

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Govt. Co-ed School, Masjid Moth