Lions Quest

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Lions Quest

In 1984, Lions Clubs International partnered with Quest International taking the program global. The program has been implemented in 86 counties and in 36 languages across the world. Having witnessed the effectiveness of the programme in other countries and realizing the urgency of implementing it in India.

To get things started in India, a full fledged research was conducted from a sample of 1416 students, 70 teachers and 90 parents from various cities around India including Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar Mumbai and Vadodara. These 200 schools were selected in a way that various socio-economic backgrounds were represented. The feedback from all stakeholders was encouraging and went a long way in helping lions to continue on this journey. The impact of the program resonates across students, teachers and parents, making it instrumental in helping develop skills to deal with emotions constructively, make responsible decisions, and set positive goals that lead to healthy and responsible lives.

Lions Quest features three program levels.

  • Skills for Growing (Age 4 – 9 years)
  • Skills for Adolescence (Age 10 – 14 years)
  • Skills for Action (Age 15 – 20 years)

Bringing up a child comes with its own sets of challenges. This often leaves parents concerned. The Lions Quest program helps the youth to overcome these challenges by:

  • Helping them develop a positive social attitude, inculcate discipline, responsibility, good judgment & accountability.
  • Helping them develop a positive commitment to family, school, peers and communities so that they can lead a healthy moral life.
  • Helping them recognise and respect different cultures and traditions.
  • Helping them build active citizenship skills.
  • Providing resources and support to adults who support young people.