Relief Development Orphanage and Educational Trust (RDOET)

Relief Development Orphanage & Educational Trust (RDOET) mission is to support for the disadvantaged to improve their educational standards and prepare them to live independently with dignity. RDOET undertakes development programs for the vulnerable people for their sustainable livelihood to enjoy their life with dignity.
Jan 7, 2013

Energize girl children & improve their potential

Cheerful girls excited to receive playing balls
Cheerful girls excited to receive playing balls

RDOET ( HAO  India )

Report on " Energize girl children & improve their potential"

 

Summary :  This project will enable girl children for provision of Games       material to improve mental and physical growth.

 "Sports do not build character. They reveal it." -- Casey Stengel

Significance of Sports and games:

Sports and games are very important for us. It helps in character building. They give us energy and strength. Sports and games are means of mental and physical growth. During sports we come to learn many things. We learn how to maintain mental balance in the midst of hopes and despair makes us learn how to tackle the difficult situation and improves our capability.

They shape our body and make it strong and active and give us energy and strength. They improve blood circulation.  Sports and games improve our efficiency.  Sports are integral part of education. Education without sports is incomplete. 

Objective:  

  • Provision of Playing Balls to girl children.

 To develop potential to the girl children, to encourage and strengthen their capabilities; provided with playing balls to the girl children.

Studies have shown that girls who participate in physical activity such as sports are more likely to have more positive feelings of self-worth/self-esteem, than girls who are not very physically active. 

Physical activity in many cases goes along with academic performance. Various studies have shown that children and youth who participate in regular physical activity have greater academic performances than children and youth who are not physically active and become more confident, more expressive, and more independent.

RDOET IN ACTION:

 RDOET (HAO India) provided with Games material to the girl children to improve their capability.

  • Playing Balls

Our Team alongwith one of our Board Member activtely involved in providing playing balls to the girl children.

Children were very excited to receive the Games material and started playing with great enthusiasm and one could see their hidden talents impending out.  Parents extend their thankfulness to all our valued Donors of Global giving for their valuable support. 

Children have been provided with biscuits as a cordial greeting to meet them and make them feel that we are there to provide some needs atleast. 

On behalf of these children, I extend my deep gratitude to the donors for their valuable support, without which these children would have not availed all these opportunities.

With all good wishes and seasons greetings!

 

Dr.(Mrs). P. Usha Abraham

CEO, RDOET (HAO India).

Extending thankfulness
Extending thankfulness
joyfully receiving playing balls
joyfully receiving playing balls
Thankful to the Donors
Thankful to the Donors
children receiving snacks
children receiving snacks

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Oct 19, 2012

"RIGHT TO LITERACY"

Children are excited to receive literacy material
Children are excited to receive literacy material

RDOET ( HAO  India )

Project        :     Education For 100 Girls In An Urban Slum In India (#5003)

Report on    :    “Right to Literacy” International Literacy Day – 8th September

Summary    :     This project will enable girl children for provision of Literacy Material and some small Gifts for the children and to  Motivate  and create awareness on literacy to live in dignity as a humanbeing.

The main aim behind starting a day on literacy was to spread awareness among individuals, communities and countries.

Literacy is a fundamental human right and the foundation for lifelong learning. It is fully essential to social and human development in its ability to transform lives. For individuals, families, and societies alike, it is an instrument of empowerment to improve one’s health, one’s income, and one’s relationship with the world.

Importance of being a Literate:

Literacy is not only important to read and write but it leads to an overall more empowered society. Some of the reasons of importance of Literacy are:

 “Right to Literacy” is a human right and a means for personal empowerment. It is important for social development.

A literate society is the core of developing a society free of poverty, child mortality,  population growth, gender equality, peace and development.

RDOET IN ACTION:

RDOET (HAO India) distributed Books and literacy material to all the children in this identified area.  Children were fed with special food and our team had spent good time with children, playing and even some small gifts were given as a token of celebration of International Literacy Day on 8th  September 2012.

Children were very excited to receive the literacy material, and felt very happy for the good fellowship lunch and the most joyful thing children would love to receive is some gifts and candy. Children are very happy, to receive. All the parents extend  their thankfulness to all our valued Donors of Globalgiving for their valuable support.

Thanking you for your kind support, without which these children would have not availed all these opportunities.

 

Dr.(Mrs). P. Usha Abraham

CEO, RDOET (HAO India).

Children are thankful to Donors of Globalgiving
Children are thankful to Donors of Globalgiving
Children having Fellowship Lunch
Children having Fellowship Lunch
Exciting gifts to the children
Exciting gifts to the children
Child receiving gift from our team
Child receiving gift from our team

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Oct 16, 2012

"Literacy is a Fundamental Human Right." - International Literacy Day September 8th

Children with enthusiasm to celebrate literacyday
Children with enthusiasm to celebrate literacyday

RDOET ( HAO  India )

Project      :   Educate 900 Children in Hyderabad Slums (# 5290)

Report on  :   Literacy is a fundamental human right.” International Literacy Day – 8th September

Summary :  The project will enable 900 children to go send to school. In these areas  there is no electricity, clean water & proper shelter. Will provide for school needs, solar lamp & safe & clean water.

Background information of the identified Area:

The people living here are in pathetic situation, without any basic amenities like clean drinking water proper sanitation, no electricity and live in huts.  Main occupation of these communities is Garbagelifters, ragpicking.  Children are school dropouts not having proper education & they go for begging at Bus stops.

 Objective: 

  • To celebrate International Literacy Day – 8th September 2012 in dignity as a human being.
  • Provide Literacy material to the children
  • Motivate and mobilize Awareness on Literacy

Literacy is a fundamental human right and the foundation for lifelong learning. It is fully essential to social and human development in its ability to transform lives. For individuals, families, and societies alike, it is an instrument of empowerment to improve one’s health, one’s income, and one’s relationship with the world.

Literacy is a cause for celebration since there are now close to four billion literate people in the world. However, literacy for all – children, youth and adults - is still an unaccomplished goal and an ever moving target. A combination of ambitious goals, insufficient and parallel efforts, inadequate resources and strategies, and continued underestimation of the magnitude and complexity of the task accounts for this unmet goal. Lessons learnt over recent decades show that meeting the goal of universal literacy calls not only for more effective efforts but also for renewed political will and for doing things differently at all levels - locally, nationally and internationally.

International Literacy Day was proclaimed to be held every year on September 8th by the United Nations on November 17th, 1965. The first Literacy Day however was observed on 1966. The main aim behind starting a day on literacy was to spread awareness among individuals, communities and countries.

Why is literacy important?

Literacy is not only important to read and write but it leads to an overall more empowered society. Some of the reasons of importance of Literacy are:

  • “Right to Literacy” is a human right and a means for personal empowerment.
  •  It is important for social development.
  •  A literate society is the core of developing a society free of poverty, child mortality, population growth, gender equality, peace and development.

RDOET IN ACTION:

 RDOET (HAO India) distributed Books and reading material to all the children in this identified area. One of our Board Member has emphasized and enlightened awareness on literacy and importance of being a literate.  All children and parents were very much encouraged and taken as challenge to get at least basic education for their better standard as a fundamental right.

Children and parents are very excited to receive the material.  On behalf of these children and parents we extend our deep gratitude to all our valued Donors of Globalgiving for their valuable support for these down-trodden children of this community in particular.

Thanking you for your continued support!

 

Dr.(Mrs). P. Usha Abraham

CEO, RDOET (HAO India).

children are excited to receive literacy material
children are excited to receive literacy material
Children extending thankfulness to globalgiving
Children extending thankfulness to globalgiving
children are grateful and happy
children are grateful and happy
Children receiving literacy material
Children receiving literacy material

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