Final Report for the Project: Nourish & Educate HIV Affect Children In India for the Quarter April- June 2012
Key Activities of this quarter:
a. HIV+ infected parents – Internal Resource Person
b. HIV affected Children – External Resource Person
2. Three monthly Home Visits of the Families
1. Monthly Capacity Building Workshops with
a. Workshops with HIV+ infected parents
Objective: To facilitate the process for creating Mutual Support System (MSS) among the HIV+ parents.
Process: Open collective sharing of problems faced by each of the participants resulting into broad classification of their concerns / constraints.
In present scenario most of the people especially the people who are not educated are not considering AIDS as a medical problem, rather they take it as a social problem due to lack of knowledge and awareness. People living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) are facing social stigma and exclusion in the society. There is no particular identified group because they have come from different parts of Delhi. For collective action we are facilitating them in order to make a MSS. MSS will help them to play an active role in campaign against HIV/AIDS, it will lead to their social inclusion.
Name of the resource person: Mohd. Faheem Khan & Sameer Pathak
Sl. No: 1
Theme of the workshop / Date:- Dreaming Dreams on 29.04.12
No. of participants: 53
Main outcome / s:
SL. No: 2
Theme of the workshop / Date: Problem Sharing on 27.05.2012
No. of participants: 51
SL. No: 3
No. of participants: 30
Detailed reports are available on request.
Objective: To help HIV affected children grow in an inclusive environment – in family, in schools, in communities, in peer groups.
Process: Open collective sharing with children to comprehend different aspects of their problems.
We are providing moral education to HIV affected children through workshops to overcome their trauma using various methods and techniques like storytelling, art therapy and craftwork. As we are forming the group of parents, similarly our aim is to make the children feel secure in their own small group. We are encouraging these children for developing confidence, right attitude and importance of education.
Name of the resource person: Mohd. Faheem Khan
Sl. No: 1
Theme of the workshop / Date: Story telling on Key to Success on 29.04.2012
No. of participants: 69
Sl. No: 2
Theme of the workshop / Date: Story telling Deceive crocodile & Craft Work on 27.05.2012
No. of participants: 72
Main outcome / s:
Sl. No: 3
Theme of the workshop / Date: Communication on 24.06.2012
No. of participants: 43
2. Home Visits:
Objective / s of quarterly home visits:
i) To ascertain the degree of involvement of parents in catering to nutrition and education needs of non infected children
ii) To ascertain the physical and financial status of parents.
iii) To ascertain / gauge about the real pattern of fund-flow.
To find out the degree of involvement and contribution of parents in needs of children for their education and nutrition. Home visits are also helpful to know the health and financial status of the parents and we also can monitor the flow of fund.
The home visits revealed that children are really benefiting from the grant. Not even a single instance was brought to light where we felt that the money was not being spent on the beneficiaries. The children are regularly going to schools and are getting tuitions as well as good nutrition. We are really satisfied with the home visit reports.
We from the Team of Udayan Care want to thank to all our supporters of this project.We have received so much of support since past years which helped us to transform lives for all those who needed your support. Currently we are winding up our project: Nourish & Educate HIV Affect Children In India.
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