Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE)

COMMUNITY HEALTH, HOUSING AND SOCIAL EDUCATION (CHHASE), TAMIL NADU Background Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE), a registered organization, founded in 2001. Presently we are operating in Tiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu-India. CHHASE team has qualified, experienced and committed professionals. Training of staff at all levels is an ongoing process. CHHASE goal will be to make Tiruvallur district child labor free by the year 2015. The organization has high ethical stand.
Help to Educate Poor Rural Girl Children 2017
Orphan girls are suffering to continue their education without interruption. They are all from rural poor communities.One orphan girl child lost her parents, have been living with her grand mother. Now this old aged grand mother is unable to look after her grand daughter feeding and her education.
Educate after school-underprivilege children-India
This project will promote academic success, pay school fees, school kit to under privileged and to tribal children. This project will ensure the children education without drop-out. 241 child labor tribal children who have been mainstreamed also benefitted in this program. Afterschool program, a safe space that support healthy social and emotional development, and promote academic success. Educating the under privileged ultimately will make a change for whole family and future generations. project reportread updates from the field
Train women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
This project will empower disadvantaged 500 women and girls through imparting skill training, computer trainings,educational scholarships and Self help, which will help to generate an income for their families and give a better chance of survival project reportread updates from the field
Plant a tree: save earth & lives
CHHASE aims to plant 100,000 plants in three years. Preserving the tree is an obligation for everyone without exception, one tree will absorb approximately a ton of carbon dioxide during the course of its life cycle. Tree planting can restore global warming. Bring awareness to children. Protect the planet for our children and grandchildren. project reportread updates from the field
Less Privileged Elders Need Care & Meal Support
The less privileged elders need our love and care. This project will provide meal, medical care and recreation to 57 homeless old age persons. Every day we provide nutritious food to destitute elder, who are neglected by their families. Due to poverty some families not able to feed these older persons. Among 57 poor old age persons, some of them use to beg at neighbor houses, nearby locations to feed themselves. Our little contribution to the elderly make their world healthy and happy project reportread updates from the field
Higher education to 310 remote rural girls
This project will provide quality education support to 310 under privilege girl children from poor remote rural areas & studying V to XII in Govt., Private & Convent schools. These poorest girl children are good at studies but struggling for education support, due to children parents are working as daily low wage labors in agriculture. These children will benefit immensely from CHHASE holistic approach to education & comprehensive support services and also lead to a safe & secured future project reportread updates from the field
Urgent rebuilding - 2500 Chennai flood survivors
Immediate rehabilitation support is required for 2500 children and their families who live in Chennai surroundings and affected by recent heavy flooding. This project will provide clothing, learning materials, medical care and psycho-social counselling for 2500 children, and livelihood support for their families. Special care to be provided for the needs of affected adolescent girls, providing sanitary material, supplementary educational support and construction of 21 houses completely damaged. project reportread updates from the field
Save  Women & girls from Violence-India
Violence against women & girls are of gender relations that assumes men to be superior to women. It gives the subordinate status to women; gender violence is considered normal and enjoys social sanction. Physical aggression, such as blows of varying intensity, burns, attempted hanging, sexual abuse and rape, psychological violence through insults, humiliation, coercion, blackmail, economic or emotional threats, and control over speech and actions. In extreme, death is the result. project reportread updates from the field
Deformed Leper & poor disable youth therapy Centre
CHHASE aims to transform the lives of 32 deformed, cured leprosy patients and 52 disabled youth suffering from physical deformities caused by birth defects, accidents, abuse, or disease. Each child follows an individually designed program which is a combination of physiotherapy, massage, occupational and speech therapies. Deformed leprosy cured patients are neglected by their own family, struggle for bread and they will be provided with provisions and income generating program for a secure life project reportread updates from the field
Emergency supplies to chennai floods
This project will provide relief to victims by helping emergency supplies like food, water, clothes, bed sheets and medicine Etc in addition to longer term recovery assistance. This relief work will give confidence to victims to overcome the obstacles, they faced during floods. project reportread updates from the field

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