Holistic development through quality education, women empowerment, youth employment, preventive health care and community involvement
          Holistic development through quality education, women empowerment, youth employment, preventive health care and community involvement           

Removing Disparities

Summary of Projects

 

2008

School:

  • Construction of classroom

  • Desks and chairs in classrooms

  • Trophies for good performance for school children

 

2009

School:

  • 15 Ceiling fans in classrooms

  • Miniauditorium construction

  • Sports equipment for school kids

  • Dental hygiene kits

  • Hemoglobin checks for school age kids

  • Stationery to all kids

Village:

  • Blood donation camp

  • Eye camp – 200 glasses distributed, 30+ cataract surgeries done

  • Women empowerment programs being supported and developed

 

2012-2013

School:

  • Computer room remodeling

  • Nine old computers repaired

  • Five new computers added

  • Computer literacy made a regular part of curriculum

  • Tyagi outdoor stage built

  • Bicycle distribution – 20 for needy girls walking 3 km to school

  • School library created

  • 35 Keyboards added

  • Wall projector for school

  • English education cards distributed to High School and 7 primary schools

  • Exhibition conducted by school children in December 2012.

  • Stationery supplies for one year for Primary School in Burgula

  • English education – English speaking in assembly and classrooms started

  • Sports equipment for school children

  • Supplementary education -  Evening classes for school kids

  • Summer classes for children

Village:

  • New clothes distributed to 25 needy children

  • Computer camp for the youth; 80 youth trained in computer literacy

  • Three new personal computers for Mr Shankar, Ms. Sunita and Ms. Priyanka after giving training

  • Employment generation for youth – 13 youth trained in driving

  • Employment provided to four village youth for development work

  • Five sewing machines donated and Center for training started; 30 women trained in 6 months

  • 3 weeks camp conducted in the village when Dr Alok Agrawal stayed in the village and interacted with children, teachers, youth and other elders in the village

  • Supported Chaitanya Seva Trust, an Ashram for senior citizens

  • 2 Kindle devices

  • Camera given

  • One minivan bought for daily work

  • One motor cycle bought for daily work

  • Women empowerment programs

  • Seva Mela visit by team members

  • Community library started in KashiReddy Guda

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