A safer school is a place where learning for children and teaching for teachers can occur in a resilient environment free of intimidation, risks and fears of disaster
Our Partners
During the response to a disaster in India and in the region, several local civil society organisations and institutions have come forward for short to long-term associations with the campaign to implement the Child’s Right to Safer Schools Campaign activities. These local partners are: Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA), Centre for Sustainable Development and Food Security in Ladakh (CENSEFOOD), Centre for Youth and Social Development (CYSD), Chennai Emergency Management Exercise (CEMEx), Community Science Centers, Dalit Watch, Gram Swaraj Sangh (GSS), Gramin Vikas Sewa Samiti (GVSS), Handicap International, Kalvi Kendra Kajla Janakalyan Samity (KJKS), Mahila Vikas Ashram (MVA), Mumbai Emergency Management Exercise (MEMEx I and II), Nari Gunjan, Rural Development and You (RDY), Samajik Shaikshanik Vikas Kendra, Samarpan, Sabuj Sangha, Society for Women Action Development (SWAD), Vadhwani Foundation, and West Bengal Voluntary Health Association (WBVHA), Women's Organisation for Socio-Cultural Awareness (WOSCA) from India.

Meanwhile, Care Society in Maldives, Link Emergency Aid and Development (LEAD) and Cyclone Orphan Project from Myanmar and coastal schools in Bangladesh have invited AIDMI to implement the Safer Schools Campaign in their respective countries.
Various states have supported the Safer Schools campaign as an indication of their awareness about making schools safer in their territories. Among them are government departments and agencies such as: Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC); Ahmedabad Traffic Police; Gujarat Council of Science City; Gujarat Council on Science and Technology (GUJCOST); Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO); National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA); National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM); Sardar Patel University; Saurashtra University; Office of the Chief Educational Officer – Villupuram and Cuddalore districts, Tamil Nadu; Office of the Divisional Commissioner in Jodhpur, Rajasthan; Institute of Management and Public Administration in Jammu and Kashmir; Office of the Zonal Education Office, Jammu and Kashmir; Ladak Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC).
In terms of providing resources and guidance, the campaign has received support from: American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (AJJDC), American Jewish World Service (AJWS), Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC), Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), ChildFund India, Commonwealth Foundation of United Kingdom, Concern Worldwide India, Cordaid, European Union (EU), European Commission Humanitarian Aid (ECHO), GoodSleep, Movimondo, Oxfam Communities Aid Abroad (OCAA), Reuters, Save the Children India, Tag International Development and Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) and Yayasan Kristen Untuk Kesehatan Umum (YAKKUM).
Several UN agencies have extended their support to the Safer Schools Campaign with support from ProVention Consortium. The campaign conducted its pilot school safety audit in sixty schools from six disaster affected states of India. The United Nations / International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) has supported the advocacy of the Safer Schools Campaign as well as shared knowledge of the campaign publications to its partners and donors. It has also referred audiences through their website. The Special Unit for South-South Cooperation in UNDP (SU-SSC), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Disaster Management Team (UNDMT), and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), India, have generously supported AIDMI’s development of the ‘Making Schools Safer’ training module which is meant for regional trainers and the launch of this product.