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Campus Health Guidelines

It is important for campuses to build a Mental Health Resilience Program as another ‘brake pad’. Such a holistic system can help staff and students manage acute and prolonged crises and build resilience rather than just managing the short-term effects of mental issues. This is also critical for students and staff to withstand the next crisis.


The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed the learning opportunities of many children in the world. Switching to virtual learning only helped in places with quality internet connectivity and access to sufficient home computers – a luxury only in developed countries. For others, a pause in physical classes for a year meant a pause in learning.

This Campus Health Guidelines II aims to be the ‘brake’ that schools can utilise to help them go forward, through, and beyond COVID-19. When the next infectious disease hits or next crisis comes, this brake allows the school to take a short temporal stop to activate the measures and then move forward again safely.