Awareness Program for the HIV/AIDS infected children and their family.
As part of the Distribution of Nutrition support, we have arranged an awareness program and counseling for the target children and their family. Mr. V.C.Pitchai M.S.W., M.Phil., delivered the messages that the new world order soon emerge where invention of new medicines will erase this disease once for all.
Mrs. Ananthavalli who is a volunteer of the GPC Trust also living with HIV/AIDS positive gave advice to the target children that don’t hesitate to say we are living with HIV/AIDS positive and face the realities of this world and take the nutrition food given by the Grace Peter Charitable Trust and come out as healthy Indian children. She interacted with the target children and emphasized the importance of ART and encouraged to take medicine regularly.
Fund utilized for HIV/AIDS Positive Children
Place of Nutrition food
Distribution to target children : Grace Peter Charitable Trust
Administrative Office, Madurai,
Date Of Distribution : Every first Sunday of the month
Number of Beneficiaries for the month of
May 2012 : 25 Target children
Numbers of Benefits have distributed
to target Children : 1. Nutrition flour
2. Rice pack
3. Vitamins and Minerals Tonic
4. Try Dates fruits
5. Cashew Nuts
7. Rs. 500/- Cash for daily
Purchase vegetables & Fruits
8, Guidance & Counseling
Case Study of a Target Child M.Gowthamkumar
M.Gowthamkumar is a brilliant boy. His father died due to HIV/AIDS infection. His mother is living with HIV/AIDS positive women. His mother is the only bread winner of the family with meager income. Now Gowthamkumar is happy to go to school and his health and study is improved. He says that he is well.
Conclusion of the Report:
Grace Peter Charitable Trust has distributed the nourishment and guidance & counseling to the target children in every first Sunday of the month.
After taking the Nutrition food as provided by Grace Peter Charitable Trust to these children’s health are improved and enthusiastic. Now he is studying well. His CD4 count also improved when compared to the previous.
Case Study of a Beneficiary
Name of the Child : P. Kalidass
Age : 11 years old
Address : Melavellur
Tamil Nadu, India.
P.Kalidass is a HIV/AIDS infected child. His age is 11 years old but his growth is terribly affected due the HIV/AIDS infected and not able to take rich nutrition food. His father died due HIV/AIDS infection. His mother is also living with HIV/AIDS positive.
The HIV/AIDS test showed that his CD4 is very low. He is not able to take nutrition rich food due to poverty and dysfunctional of his family. Grace Peter Charitable Trust is helping through this project. Now he is taking vitamins, minerals and protein rich nutrition food and he is very happy to go to school regularly.
Project Id and Title:
# 9157 - Nourishment for HIV/AIDS Infected Indian Children
Financial Assistance Through:
GlobalGiving – On Line Donation
Grace Peter Charitable Trust has arranged a function to distribute Nutritious food to HIV/AIDS infected children on 13-02-2012 in Grace Peter Charitable Trust office Madurai as a public function.
As you aware that the Grace Peter Charitable Trust has embarked on an ambitious program to help HIV/AIDS infected children through our project since 13-02-2012.
Through this project we are providing nutritional support, health monitoring and counseling for these vulnerable children.
This project not only improved the children’s health but also their learning skills. Now the target children are happy and going to school regularly.
Nutritious food packages
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