DRY DAY FOR TOBACCO IN DELHI
REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 2020
“Smoking is like paying someone to kill you. They’re rich; you’re dead.”–
To inculcate awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco, Summer Fields School, Kailash Colony, New Delhi, organised an online programme during the lockdown to celebrate the Anti-Tobacco Day. The students enlightened their peers about the hazards of consuming tobacco and encouraged them to abstain from consuming it.
The students highlighted the fact that Smoking not only puts the active smoker in the danger zone of diseases but also envelopes the innocent passive smokers into its fold. They expressed their ideas through placards, posters, book marks and poetry. They advised the people to shun cigarette, bidi, pan masala, gutka, etc,thatshortens their livesand kills them.
The glorious event creatively presented by the students was a great success in delivering the message to refrain from consuming tobacco products. The Principal Dr NeeruSuman was instrumental in encouraging the young minds by appreciating their efforts and inspiring them to keep spreading awareness by participating in activities initiated by the government for the welfare of the people.
BOOK MARK ON SAY NO TO TOBACCO
POETRY WRITING ON ILL EFFECTS OF TOBACCO
POSTER MAKING ON ‘SAY NO TO TOBACCO’