Along with providing clean drinking water and safe surroundings on the premises, Quess Foundation aids the psychosocial growth of students throughout their school life. Our school-level health and wellbeing programme works in an integrated two-fold mechanism targeting both preventative and responsive measures in areas like health education, disease prevention, and access to health services.
- To detect and treat chronic as well as acute medical conditions in children. This includes the identification of malnourishment and Anemia.
- To improve children’s health through regular and comprehensive health camps.
Health and education are the core tenets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the National Health Policy (NHP) 2017. Quess Foundation ensures the attainment of the best possible health and wellbeing for the future of India by investing in children.
Nation-building is further promoted by looking at children’s health holistically. A digitally-activated Comprehensive Health Screening is used to provide necessary treatment and follow-ups to every child.
Moreover, through the School Mental Health programme, the foundation ensures that mental health is identified and addressed as a critical ‘wellbeing need’ for all school students.