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Teens feel uncomfortable seeking help from health care professionals.
PY is a community-based, peer-driven adolescent health education program. It is for adolescents both in schools and in the community, in Vellore district.
Adolescent Medicine, Department of Paediatrics, CMC Vellore, The Hope House and ChildLine India Foundation have signed an MOU to carry out PY as a collaborative venture. We are seeking partners who can join us in caring for our young people.
WHO endorses the need to recognise adolescents as a vulnerable group.
“Investing in youths brings a triple dividend of health benefits”.
said Dr Yonas Tegegn Woldemariam, WHO country representative
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For now, two trained PY Educators (PYE) will be recruited to carry out health educational sessions. They will educate 20,000 school children and 20 out-of-school communities every 6 months. This will gradually be scaled up by employing more PYEs to cater to more schools and communities.
Over the course of time, Septic shock expanded to include doctors from other specialities, non-medical medicos and an 8-year-old singing sensation as well. All shows done so far have been of a non-profit nature.
In 2019 they raised money for Project Yuva, along with two other causes.