childrens are happy to come to school with their friends from village to learn, still we need funds for children to come to school and learn new things, we also happy to have voolunteers which helping to learn global education.
we also help children to learn creatiuve and its started 2nd term books and we will provide teh same for the children
we also helping teh children to learn basic french and english with the help of international volunteers to teach and guide them for slow learners.we also started evening class in around thirty villages to support the after school centre for poor children coming to school.
Oct 2, 2018
support to affected patients
By Balamurali - Leader
The Affected patients are given support by helping them to check thier heaklth and have needed support. we had medical camp and supported them to have regular medicine and the wounds are treated by bandage and supported by teh wellwishers and gave them food and medicines. we are still needed support to help them to have prper medicationa nd food, iun future we are thinking to help them by have income generation to affected patients in and araound our village.
As we have the patients are nearby we visit regular and give them advice and support.
Infuture thosw will be support by providing startup funds to start small income sourse
Sep 7, 2018
Thanks for GlobalGiving Team
By Bala - Project Head
The VETNGO team visited to WAYANADU District inSeptember, to explore possible areas of response with help of GlobalGiving support it haschanged life in affected areas.
Kerala has seen a spurt in communicable diseases, as the administration struggles to prevent and contain them with a debilitated healthcare system. In August alone, the state government’s Integrated Disease Surveillance Project recorded 171 cases of leptospirosis with four deaths, against 46 cases with six deaths last August. Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease transmitted mainly through water or soil contaminated by the urine of infected animals. Source: LiveMint.
Prevention of disaster outbreak
Provision of disinfectants x 3
Bleaching powder x 2
Sani brush x 1
Soap x 5
Detergent x 3
Towels x 2
Plastic mats x 2
Sani pads/Cotton cloth x 20
Bed sheet x 1
Cooking vessel x 1
Tea pan x 1
Glasses x 4
Plates x 4
Mug x 1
Bucket x 1
Village Relief Committee for allowing transparent relief program. This also ensures smooth implementation of the program.
The need is great in terms of post flood recovery and rehabilitation efforts – restoration of drinking water source/open wells, essential family kits, restitution of essential furniture (cots/beds), reconstruction of houses and in some cases re-building houses according to location, loss of livestock, loss of agricultural land due to massive landslides (more than thousand landslides in record days), livelihoods as well as psychosocial care etc.
Beyond this point, we are proactively exploring for Disaster Risk Reduction programs in areas with likelihood of repeat floods.