Your support has made us to educate the under privileged tribal children. We thank you all with due respect for encouraging us to succeed in our efforts to educate the tribal children. We have reached half way to complete and mainstream the children in formal schools. Your contribution enabled us to provide 3 sets of uniforms, meals, play material, bags, note books and help us to reconstruct the 2 sheds, which were collapsed in heavy winds and made possible to main stream children in formal schools. Now children are showing keen interest in learning. They are now regular to schools and some want to become teachers, the rest want to become Doctors, engineers and high official with government jobs. Thank you for all your support and efforts to educate the tribal children. Manickam is a 12 year old boy and the only child of his parents. His mother developed relationship with another man and eloped with him. His was unable to bear the shame, his father too deserted and migrated to another village too far from this place without bothering about his son. Seeing the plight of the boy, the teachers arranged him shelter and clothing in the neighboring. Further, We motivated the community to get his father back and take responsibility of his child. The total amount received from global giving so far-$ 5669 The total expenditure including local contribution – $9102 CHHASE thanks you for your support of our work promoting peace and hope for all God’s children. CHHASE staff request you to continue support in our future projects. Thank you
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