Schools are the Right Place for a Healthy Start

India is the second most populous country in the world with 1.35 billion people; while children represent 39% of total population of the country. Urban India consists of 27% whereas rural India consists of 73% of total children population.

Regular health check-up for a child is equally necessary as regular health check-up for an adult.

Health check-up in schools is as important as providing education. Annual health check-up for a growing child helps in the proper growth and also in finding health problems before they start. By getting the right health check-ups, right screenings and vaccinations can help find problems early, when your chances for treatment and cure are better.

Welezo’s health program communicate with our existing and prospective members’ of Schools, who are, as yet unconvinced about the need of Preventive Healthcare for children, and thus are still unappreciative of its benefits, in a gentle, concise, and definitely, an appealing manner.

Children represent the future, and ensuring their healthy growth and development ought to be a prime concern of all societies – WHO
The reality of Today’s Life is undeniable. From the age of 4 till 16, every child spends almost all of its productive times in schools, striving to gain Knowledge and master skills required to become a productive member of the society. Only healthy body can house a healthy mind. Academic or any sort of success is linked intractably to health. So, it is very necessary that the child is always fit, physically and mentally for a successful growth of its future.
Hence, it is the saplings we have to make pure rather than the trees.

Conducting Health Care Programs through Schools:
Children can have Positive Effects on Educational Outcomes.
Reduce the prevalence of health-risk factors among young people and have a positive effect on academic performance.
And hence, Schools Play a Critical role in promoting the health and safety of young people and helping them establish lifelong healthy behaviors.

Effective school health programs:
Health Screening.
Help Schools in Building Child’s Health Management Programs
Conducting Seminars and Health Education Programs