Teacher makes rhyme for COVID 19 to make slum kids aware

To have consciousness concerning the COVID-19 pandemic amongst youngsters in slums, a trainer in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad metropolis created a nursery rhyme in Marathi to show them the 20-second hand-washing routine.

Whereas frontline staff sort out COVID-19 on a conflict footing, academics like Sunita Nagkirti are tasked with creating consciousness concerning the pandemic in hotspot areas, particularly slums.
The trainer, who's related to the state’s scout and information programme at Ravindra College right here, has been touring to slums to teach folks concerning the pandemic and dos and don’ts they should observe to forestall it.

No less than 30 folks had examined constructive in hotspot areas of Kailas Nagar and Rohidas Nagar after I was despatched there 10 days in the past,” stated Nagkirti.
Initially, residents had been cautious of her, however she broke the ice by distributing necessities and masks, which she purchased from her personal pocket.

Youngsters had been anxious once they noticed bottles of sanitisers and handwash liquids. However I used some widespread Marathi nursery rhymes and created a enjoyable handwash music,” she stated.

Even adults in slums have to know concerning the degree of hygiene they should keep to battle coronavirus, she added. “Even after this well being disaster abates, I'll hold visiting these hotspots to show youngsters,” stated the enthusiastic educator