Kidpower India

The mission of Kidpower India is to teach children to learn how to stay safe, act wisely and believe in them and to work with vulnerable children and protect their rights. The more specific objectives are: a)Empowerment of children, teens and adults against all forms of exploitation or abuse by enhancing their skills for self protection, getting help and advocating for others. b)Focus on children in difficult situations through education support. c)To take up media related activities to achieve our aim.

Kidpower India
G-10, Sri Varshni Enclave I, D.No: 6-20-20/5
Behind K.D.P.M. High School, East Point Colony,
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530017
India
918912525501
http://kidpower.org.in

Secretary

Praveen Vempadapu

Management Team

Sobha Rani, Prasanna

Board of Directors

Praveen Vempadapu, Gopal Bottu, Kotagiri Murali Krishna, Karnam Vykunta Rao, Taja Naresh Maddireddi, Vadlamuru Subba Raju

Mission

The mission of Kidpower India is to teach children to learn how to stay safe, act wisely and believe in them and to work with vulnerable children and protect their rights. The more specific objectives are: a)Empowerment of children, teens and adults against all forms of exploitation or abuse by enhancing their skills for self protection, getting help and advocating for others. b)Focus on children in difficult situations through education support. c)To take up media related activities to achieve our aim.

Programs

Kidpower two main activities are child safety training and education support to girl/disabled children. Kidpower provides positive and practical training workshops in safety skills to children, teens and adults. The training teach how to stay safe, protect oneself and others and increase self confidence in any situation. Kidpower conducts around 20-30 workshops in a year reaching to nearly 2000 children and caretakers. Kidpower also provides education scholarship for girl children and children with disability and provides support in terms of academic fee, uniform, books etc. James Tootely in his book, 'The beautiful Trees' prescribes a similar approach to educate the poor children and calls it 'targeted vouchers for the poorest'. Kidpower supports around 300 children every year to continue their education.

Statistics on Kidpower India

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2011: $20,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $20,000
  • Other funding sources: GiveIndia, Godpoarents
  • Religious Affiliation: None