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Training fieldworkers of the institutional outreach program, SPARSH (Shree Krishna Hospital Program for Advancement of Rural and Social Health) in Life Skill Education using Digital Storytelling as a self-sufficient tool. The workshops were intensely participatory and employed the following design: The to-be-trainers were encouraged to participate in the activities which they would be facilitating when they conduct LSE sessions in the community. 

Community Engagement Program for Medical Students (Community-Based Learning Module): The program engaged medical students and rural children in a life skills education session. This session was designed to help medical students explore their potential beyond the classroom by equipping them to facilitate life skills sessions in the community. The sessions were a part of the process of helping medical students discover their self-worth as they helped the young rural kids discover their own.

Fieldworkers and staff of SEWA Rural (public health non-profit in Gujarat) being introduced to Life Skills Education through participatory workshops