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Jun 3, 2019

100% results of Inclusive School

Art and Craft skill : Waste to Best
Art and Craft skill : Waste to Best

Inclusive School of Blind People’s Association has been making very good progress, will be leading towards model inclusive school. We make good use of your generous donations in not only educating children but also in making their life a little brighter and eventful with all year round celebrations. Celebrations are an integral part of Indian Society, so to connect the students with their roots it becomes essential for a school to celebrate all sorts of the festival. To connect children to what is happening around the world, we also observe several international days.

 We celebrate various different festivals and days on campus. These celebrations are held throughout the year. Following is a list of celebrations that took place in school and how the children reacted to it.

Kite Flying Festival:

Kite Flying is a famous festival in Gujarat. This festival witnesses kites of different shapes and colours soaring high in the sky. In our school, we celebrated the Kite Flying Festival on 13th January 2019, in the presence of all students. The children were asked to bring kites and thread from their homes. The students enjoyed themselves to the fullest.

Republic Day:

Republic day, the national festival was celebrated on 26th January 2019. The Indian Flag was hoisted by Mrs Vimal Thawani (Project Director) of BPA in the presence of all students and academic staff. The flag hoisting was followed by a Patriotic Song competition. Children participated enthusiastically and in large numbers.

Gandhi Ji’s Death Anniversary  :

On this day Mr Raghvendra delivered a lecture on Gandhiji and his immortal life on 30th January 2019. All the students were very attentive during the lecture also interacted with Mr Raghvendra.

World Science Day:

We celebrated World Science Day on 28th February 2019. Our students presented innovative ideas of modern science. All teachers shared different information on science to students.

Basant Panchami:

Basant Panchami Celebration was held on 9th February 2019 at our school. The event began with students and teachers worshipping Goddess Saraswati. Later we distributed Biscuits and Chocolates to students.

Elocution Competition:

Elocution Competition was held on 16th February 2019. In this intra-school competition over 50 students participated. We have distributed the prizes to first, second and third winners of the competition.

World Mother-tongue Day:

We celebrated World Mother-tongue Day on 21st February 2019. Students played the role of famous poets. Nilesh of Standard 6th had played the role of Poet Premanand and Vishnu from Standard 7th had played the role of Poet Narmad. These two children also shared more information on the Gujarati Language. Ms Rashmika and Ms Asmita had also delivered a lecture on the importance of Mother-tongue to students. A Dictation Competition was also held on this day. The winners received prizes.

Maha-Shivratri Celebration:

We celebrated Maha-Shivratri on 3rd March 2019. “Shiv Pooja” was arranged on this occasion. Teachers spoke about Lord Shiva’s Gatha in front of students. Students worshipped Lord Shiva and they were later served Kheer, as a prasad which was enjoyed by all the students.

Parents Meeting (Kinder Garden):

The Parents Meeting was arranged on 7th March 2019 at school premises between 10.00 am to 11.30am in this meeting we discussed education systems, school rules and regulations with parents. We also discussed the new admission procedure with the parents. All students and parents during the meeting were provided with snacks.

International Women’s Day:

We celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March 2019. Mr Kalidas our teacher delivered a lecture on Women Empowerment to our students.

Dandi March Day:

Dandi March Day was celebrated on 12th March 2019 at our school. The drama was played on Dandi March, was Nilesh of Standard 6th played the role of Gandhi and Anisha of Standard 5th played the role of Kasturba. Various other students of the school also participated in Dandi March. Ms Hetal and Ms Rashmika, the teachers of school provided information about Dandi March to our students.

Parents Meeting (Std. 1 to 8):

We arranged Parents Meeting on 12th March 2019 at school premises between 10.00 am to 11.30 am. during this meeting we discussed education systems, school rules and regulations with parents. Mrs Vimal Thawani, Project Director, BPA was present on the occasion. She motivated both the students and teachers with her speech.  Snacks were provided to all students and parents during the meeting.

Holi-Dhuleti Celebration:

The Festival of Colours Holi-Dhuleti’s celebration was held on 19th March 2019 in the evening between 3.40 p.m. to 4.15 p.m. All students and teachers played with each other and enjoyed the festival of colours.

World Water Day:

We celebrated World Water Day on 22nd March 2019 at our school. Mr Raghvendra bhai, our teacher, gave information about World Water Day to students. There was an activity to create banners and posters about Saving Water. Students of Standard 7th participated in this activity. Their creations were also displayed in the classes.

Martyr Day:

The Martyr’s - Rajguru, Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev were remembered on Marty’s Day i.e. 23rd March 2019. Our students and teachers remembered by garlanding their photos. Ms Hetalben, the teacher of our school, gave information about the martyrs.

On the same day, the Block Resource Centre of the Government invited two of our Teachers for training them in safety.

Farewell Function of Standard 8th Students:

The Farewell function of Standard 8th Students was held on 26th March 2019 at our school. We invited students along with their parents. The students and teachers both shared their experiences and memories during the function.  We distributed the trophy to the best student of the year along with a certificate. On this occasion, we distributed certificates to all students.  Our school principal, Mr Darshan Patel, motivated parents to further educate their children. We served light snacks to students and parents.

Observation and Training for Persons with Disability (Divyang) Students:

Observation and Training for Persons with Disability (Divyang) Students were arranged on 28th March 2019. Ms. Jigna Joshi and Ms. Krupa Velani, the Project Managers gave information about the program to the Divyang Students. Ms. Joshi and Ms. Velani observed the education systems and how we can help the Divyang students. They also guided teachers about how to behave with them and how we can teach them.

The result of the inclusive school is 100%, and the majority of students have secured 70% and above marks. We are happy to inform you that more 27 children with disabilities have been identified, and will be enrolled for education in the inclusive school. Transportation will be provided to them.

 

We are happy to say that we had started the admissions of Junior KG. The number of applications was more than the number of seats and there were many students who were denied admissions.

Product made from Waste Material by the Students
Product made from Waste Material by the Students
Kite Flying Celebration
Kite Flying Celebration
Tribal Dance by disabled and non disabled students
Tribal Dance by disabled and non disabled students
Training on Public Speaking
Training on Public Speaking
Clothes Distribution to Poor and disabled students
Clothes Distribution to Poor and disabled students
Dandi March performed by Students
Dandi March performed by Students
Apr 2, 2019

Quality Eye Care Services at BPA Eye Hospital

Sight is restored
Sight is restored

Dear Donors and Well Wishers,

Greetings from BPA!!

We are very thankful to you for your generous support to our project Seeing is Believing. The project has made very good progress, and expansion has been happening in the project. We are delighted to inform you that Eye Hospital has signed an MOU with a local organization in Vatrak (a small town in Central Gujarat) to establish a satellite hospital. The project will help this organization to build a model eye hospital. 

As we are committed to reaching out to unreached people and provide best eye care services without any charge, or very affordable charges. I am happy to share the progress report for the previous quarter.  

During the reporting quarter, a total number of 2691patients were undergone surgery at Navalbhaiand Hiraba eye hospital, An unit of Blind People Association, Bareja among which 2358 were undergone surgery for cataract the leading cause of blindness.

During the reporting period, 62 outreach programs have been organized in remote locations of Gujarat where 9878patients were provided treatment at their doorstep and among them, 1426patients were identified as cataract and 987undergonesurgeries at Bareja hospital.  

Vision centre is running on regular Basis at Vatrak hospital, Kalol Noor Mahamadi Charitable hospital, ModasaAnnpurana Trust, Bhiloda and Bavla, which provided treatment to 2658patients for various eye problems.

Cataract fellowship program started in the hospital of which 11 ophthalmologist been enrolled for a period of three months.

10 optometrist from Uttrakhand has completed their final internship at the hospital.

 Statistical report of Blind People’s Association-Bareja  

Cataract: 2358 people have been provided free treatment and surgery for the cataract. 

AGS (Glaucoma): 23 people have been provided free treatment and surgery for Glaucoma. 

Chelezion: 9  people have been provided for free treatment. 

Keratoplasty: 16 people have been provided with free treatment. 

Posterior Capsular Opacity (PCO): 241 people have been provided with free treatment.

9878 people have been provided with eye care services in the outreach camps. 

Now, we are planning to start an eye collection centre in BPA Eye hospital. We have initiated the process for the same. Then, people can donate their eyes to our eye hospital. 

Your generous support motivate us to keep doing new things, and increasing our targets. We look forward your sustained support.  

We request you to visit our organization whenever you are happened to be in India, you can also motivate your friends and family members to visit our organization. 

Thanking you once again.

With Best Wishes

Eye Check up
Eye Check up
Patients from Camp
Patients from Camp
Waiting for Turn
Waiting for Turn
Optometrists from Uttrakhand
Optometrists from Uttrakhand
School Awareness Program
School Awareness Program
Mar 25, 2019

Paratable Tennis Champions Ms. Bhavina and Ms Sona

Bhavina with Medals
Bhavina with Medals

Dear Donors,

Greetings from India!!

We are very grateful to you for your generous support to our new project "Enabling Lives of 500 People with Disabilities". This nine months young project has received overwhelming responses that have built our confidence and faith in the project more than before we had. You will be surprised and happy to know that in these nine months, we have been able to provide assistive devices to 46 people with disabilities, we distributed 30 digital hearing aids to young school going children with hearing loss, and 16 customized imported wheelchairs. We have assigned a task to our interns to collect the feedback, and usages of these devices. We will be ready with this report next month. We will share the feedback report with you too.

You would love to read the following stories of Ms Bhavina Patel and Sonal Patel are Paratable Tennis Players; represent India in the International championship of Paratabel Tennis Players. Both Ms Bhavina and Ms Sonal were trainees of Blind People’s Association. BPA has motivated them to choose sports as a carrier. They were reluctant at the initial stage, BPA has developed infrastructure facility for para table tennis, and motivated them to practice the table tennis every day.

Ms Bhavina and Ms Sonal Patel are world class players now; they played at Commonwealth games, Asian Para Olympics and many international events. Earlier, both the players used simple sport wheelchairs, and faced many difficulties during the games. Now, they were provided customized imported sport wheelchairs under this project. They were so happy with these wheelchairs, these wheelchairs are lightweight, can turn at 360 angles, and wheels are very good. These wheelchairs have increased their speed, efficiency and comfort while playing table tennis on wheelchairs.

Recently, they participated in Para Table Tennis Costa Brava Open Championship 2019, organized on 20th March to 22nd March at Giorna (Spain). Both the lady players played heart winning matches in single as well as in doubles. Ms Bhavina won Silver Medal, and Ms Sonal won Bronze Medal in singles. They played team tournament as well, they won Silver Medal in the team tournament. It was very pride moment for India as well as for the organization also.

We must thank you all donors, well-wishers who supported this project which enabled us to provide customized imported these two young promising players that have resulted in three medals. We are very thankful to you for your wonderful support. The following links show results and their world ranking.   

Result:

Single Result: http://ipttc.org/upload/results/files/CostaBrava_Single_results.pdf

Team Result: http://ipttc.org/upload/results/files/CostaBrava_Team_results.pdf

World Ranking: http://www.ipttc.org/rating/2019-03-01/Women_in_wheelchair.htm

In addition to this we are very happy to inform you that this project as well as our organization, has been vetted by the Global Giving team for the year 2018. They have given us ranking stars based on our project performance, effectiveness, and site visits by GlobalGiving Ambassador. This recognition and appreciation show that our commitment to the cause, result oriented approach and very important is that your invested amount has been properly utilized and benefited to most needy people with disabilities.

We will work harder in the year 2019 than in 2018. We will add more feathers to our achievement cap. Your support motivates us to take a project at a new height. We request you to continue your support and believing in us.

Please share with your friends, family members and relatives that you are supporting a good cause, motivate them to be a partner of this project, and help us to provide best quality assistive devices to the persons with disabilities.

 We look forward to your continued support. 

 

Bhavina and Sonal in team tournament
Bhavina and Sonal in team tournament
Ms. Sonal is with imported sport wheelchair
Ms. Sonal is with imported sport wheelchair
Effective Organization Badge
Effective Organization Badge
Site Verification Badge
Site Verification Badge
Top Ranked Badge
Top Ranked Badge
Vetted Organization Badge
Vetted Organization Badge
 
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