Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill

by One Foundation
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill
Protecting kids Camp:gaining self-rescue skill

Summary

The programme provides fun, evidence-based, skills-based safety games and activities for children in Primary 3 to 6 to improve their self-protection skills. The aim is to prevent children's minds from going blank during disasters and accidents, and to ensure they do not miss the golden window of time to save themselves and escape.

$500,000
total goal
$499,990
remaining
1
donor
0
monthly donors
17
days

Challenge

In China, over 10 million children aged 0 to 17 experience unintentional injuries annually. Shockingly, more than 60,000 of these injuries result in death, with 80% of them being preventable. Education is the key preventive measure. Currently, our safety education has three main characteristics: constant indoctrination and emphatic management, outdated content, and a lack of competence training.

Solution

To enhance emergency response training in a hands-on and experiential way, six games and activities have been designed. These include rope work, jack rescue, blanket stretcher, furniture tipping prevention, the Heimlich method, and the use of an AED. The aim is to refine and summarise key safety messages in everyday language.

Long-Term Impact

The project aims to equip 50,000 children with evidence-based safety education activities that will help them protect themselves both at school and outside their homes! So far, we have conducted 118,200 safety education lessons and 2,904 activities in 5,466 schools and 679 communities, enabling 3,794,753 children to enhance their self-protection skills!

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Organization Information

One Foundation

Location: Shenzhen, Guangdong - China
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Project Leader:
Jiaqi Qian
Shenzhen , Guangdong China

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