Nourishing Schools Toolkit featured in iF World Design Guide
The iF World Design Guide was founded in 1953, making it one of the oldest and independent design organisations. iF World Design is committed to identifying, supporting, and promoting good design around the world. By doing so, it hopes to raise public awareness of design and the role it plays in our everyday lives. As well as helping create social change through design that has the ability to lead to improvement in society.
iF World Design has launched a new initiative called the ‘iF Social Impact Prize’. The goal of this new initiative is to publish and support projects that make a positive contribution to our society.
The #NourishingSchools toolkit is honoured to be featured in the @ifworldguide. Designed by our team with @headlesshippies, the toolkit helps children learn about #nutrition & helps related problems in schools and communities.
View our entry here: https://t.co/tcyfNgtMap pic.twitter.com/N5qPVixTD6
— Nourishing Schools (@nourishing_sch) August 6, 2021
Nourishing Schools Foundation is honoured to have its toolkit be featured alongside several prestigious designs under consideration for the iF Social Impact Prize in the iF World Design Guide. The toolkit was designed and developed together with our team and Headless Hippies. We developed this toolkit to help children learn how to solve nutrition-related problems in their schools and communities. We have provided each school with a toolkit containing educational games and activities for children from fourth to ninth grade. In India, the toolkit has been rolled out in over 200 schools. We have reached over 40,000 students.
It is necessary to understand the need for a good design, especially when it comes to children. We aim to keep children fully engaged in the tasks while learning new information. Through our toolkit design, we also seek to develop and implement good teamwork and creative problem-solving skills.
Nourishing Schools Foundation’s vision is to take charge of tackling malnutrition. You can learn more about our toolkit design here: