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SEEDS Felicitates Six Champion Schools under the Honeywell Safe Schools CSR Programme

New Delhi, December 17, 2019: Six schools were declared champions of school safety at an event organised by the Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society (SEEDS), an NGO that has been implementing a comprehensive school safety programme in East Delhi. Principals, teachers, and students of these schools were felicitated by Shri Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister, Delhi.

“Schools are critical infrastructure entrusted with the responsibility of nurturing our future citizens. These schools have exhibited exemplary leadership in building a culture of disaster preparedness, which is so critical for ensuring the safety of our children,” said Shri Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi.

Piloted in 2017 in 50 government schools in East Delhi, the Honeywell Safe Schools programme seeks to ensure that children go to school without fear, remain safe in school, and return home safely. This is a pioneering school safety programme that brings a tailor-made approach to address the unique issues of each school or location involving structural assessment by engineers and architects; evaluation of risk perception; and examination of preparedness in the face of any natural or manmade disaster.

Dr Manu Gupta, Co-Founder, SEEDS, said, “We implemented our first ever school safety initiative in Gujarat in 2005. We partnered with Honeywell in 2017 to build a more robust programme. The Honeywell Safe Schools programme has already empowered 52,000 children, 45,000 parents and 2,200 teachers across 50 government schools in Delhi.”

SEEDS has been working closely with the principals and teachers of these schools to help transform mindsets and behaviours on the importance of risk readiness and preparedness within and around the school premises. The programme follows a child-centric approach, and involves an effective learning mechanism for students to be aware of – and mitigate – risks. The programme involves components like awareness of natural and manmade hazards; identification of structural and non-structural risks; creation and implementation of school disaster management plans; and training of students, parents, teachers, and communities on disaster preparedness and risk reduction. This is done through interactive sessions, mock drills, and peer-to-peer learning. Child protection initiatives to address issues like bullying, violence, abuse, and neglect too are key components of the programme.


“Children need not be mere recipients of emergency aid or risk reduction support,” says Dr Gupta. Indeed, this programme empowers children to become change agents for building resilience in their communities.

Champion schools
1. Government Co-ed Secondary School, Khichripur Village, Mayur Vihar Division
2. EDMC Primary Girls School, Chandra Vihar, Mandawali, Preet Vihar Division
3. EDMC Primary Girls School, Chilla Saroda, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, Mayur Vihar Division
4. RSKV Girls School, West Vinod Nagar, Preet Vihar Division
5. SKV Girls School, Shankar Nagar, Gandhi Nagar Division
6. EDMC Primary Co-ed School, Pandav Nagar, Preet Vihar Division


SEEDS (Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society) is a not-for-profit organisation that enables community resilience through practical solutions in the areas of disaster readiness, response and rehabilitation. Since 1994, the organisation has worked extensively on every major disaster in the Indian subcontinent – grafting innovative technology on to traditional wisdom. It has reached out to families affected by disasters and climate stresses; strengthened and rebuilt schools and homes; and has invariably put its faith in skill-building, planning and communications to foster long-term resilience. SEEDS is also India’s first agency to be certified for the global Core Humanitarian Standards – an international certification system for quality and accountability in humanitarian response. SEEDS completed 25 years of outstanding service to humanity in 2019 and is re-anchoring its approach to building resilience through innovation. It continues to empower the most vulnerable across Asia to build a better future. For more information, visit

About Honeywell Hometown Solutions India Foundation

Honeywell India is committed to improving the world we live in by creating, supporting, and nurturing outstanding corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes and initiatives that make a real, sustainable, and measurable impact on communities that Honeywell serves. Honeywell Hometown Solutions India Foundation (HHSIF) is a not-for-profit organisation that deploys Honeywell India’s CSR efforts. Working within the government’s guidelines and the company’s CSR framework, HHSIF builds programmes that deliver results it can quantify: one community, one home, one teacher, and one student at a time. To learn more, visit 


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