Description - To spread awareness about de-addiction in the community, run a campaign for parents through discussions, sharing information and meetings. 1. Make students aware of the harmful effects of tobacco through sharing information in the prayer assembly and through classroom discussions. 2. Create an album containing pictures and information on harmful effects of tobacco. 3. Give the album to each street one-by-one. 4. Guide students to garner support from other family members to help the addicted person in their family. 5. Invite parents in school to take a pledge to quit tobacco. 6. Give certificates to parents who have pledged to quit tobacco. 7. Every 15 days, have a discussion with students on the progress made. Involving children in the de-addiction campaign as agents of change makes them internalise the harmful effects of tobacco as well as promotes self-awareness and problemsolving ability. A de-addiction campaign for parents is also a step towards creating positive role models in the community.