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The MBC Gallery

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. 

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

Participatory sessions to develop a library of lived experiences, which can be used as a self-sufficient tool to impart life skills education in remote regions