Shrawan Shakti

Decibel Dreams: Nurturing a culture of comprehensive Ear Care

Primary site: SEAR- India
Additional site(s):

A successful Ear Parade on World Hearing Day was organized at Almora. Students from different schools were assembled in front of the hotel and at 11am the parade started. children were wearing caps that had captions related to hear loss. the main attraction of the parade was the Ear. A big ear was made to make people aware about the hear loss. students were having placards in their hand which were making people understand the problem of hearing loss. Many people started querying about the problems either they were having in ear or their near and dear ones were facing. A very good response was given by the local people to the ear parade. This event went beyond a typical awareness campaign; it was a community-driven endeavor that brought attention to the importance of hearing health in a culturally resonant manner.

Live event: Yes
Screening: Yes
Traditional media: Yes
Social media: Yes
Met with individual policymakers: Yes
Participation of policymakers: Yes
Participation of influencers: Yes

WHO educational or publicity material used: Yes

Starting of Ear Parade

Parade with Jumbo Ear Air walker

Children Created Awareness

Conclusion of Ear Parade

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