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  • daivikforeverfoundation@gmail.com
  • Dubai , UAE

Our Mission And Vision

Our mission is to bring water safety awareness, education, and survival skills to prevent childhood drownings and early childhood water safety training.

We believe that everyone - regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, geographical location, level of education, or socioeconomic status - should have access to water safety education. We envision a future where this knowledge is passed down to younger generations, instilling confidence, and safety in and around water.

Swimming Safety

Safety Tips One should always wear life jackets especially people who are still new to it or are still learning. Children especially should always do it under supervision. Fence and secure your swimming pools. Learn CPR.

 

Safety Gears for Swimming – Safety Gears while swimming are of utmost importance as they help prevent water-accidents.

 

A few basic safety gears are as follows : 

  1. Goggles to see underwater and protect your eyes.
  2. Always ensure that there is adult supervision when children are swimming.
  3. Never let a child swim during a storm or when there is lightening.
  4. A swim cap to reduce drag.
  5. Lifejackets
  6. Hand paddles

Drowning Prevention

Anyone can have a water-related accident — even children who know how to swim can drown, or anywhere — at someone’s home or even at your own house. So to keep our little ones safe around water.

 

Learn life-saving skills.

Everyone should know the basics of swimming (floating, moving through the water) and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

 

Fence it off.

Install a four–sided isolation fence, with self–closing and self–latching gates, around backyard swimming pools. This can help keep children away from the area when they aren’t supposed to be swimming. Pool fences should completely separate the house and play area from the pool.

 

Make life jackets a must.

Make sure kids wear life jackets in and around natural bodies of water, such as lakes or the ocean, even if they know how to swim. Life jackets can be used in and around pools for weaker swimmers too.