Apr 5, 2019

Girl progression as Next Gen of social worker

Girl Child Case Study    

The girl is an orphan child hailing from Telangana . Her parents were illiterate and worked as daily agricultural labors. She lost her parents due to HIV at age of 6 years. Her maternal aunt discriminated her from own children’s then her maternal uncle decided to take her out from the house and give education. At the point, he came to know about the DESIRE Society. The relatives enquired about the organization and admitted both the children in DESIRE Society. She was only 9 years, when she got admitted to DESIRE Society for care, protection and education. She was very calm, quiet and innocent during her childhood.

Desire society support

After the Admission she was under course of Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) and now is recovering due to the proper attention bestowed by the members of the Desire Society. As we know, education is most important, so she was admitted to Government school at Bollaram. The little girl grew up with care and love of mother from the care takers working in society. She has been loved and protected by other inmates and now this girl is completed 20 years of her beautiful life. She is perusing her career in social work. She is very ambitious and wants to do social service. Apart from studies she is very hard working and always help to other inmates with necessary help in studies. She is very good in dancing and artistic works, fond of Cooking, Mehdi Art and Some Useful Project Work (SUPW). She has completed Basic training in computers. The journey from 09yrs to 20 years has been successful and admirable.

She is studying in Masters in social work [ MSW] . After completion of this course she will fulfill dream to serve community in need. DESIRE Society is committed to support her to complete further education to acquire the brighter future and also help in all required manner until she gets married and settles in life.

Observations:

She is very intelligent, hard-working, helpful and well behaved girl.

Impact of GlobalGiving Association:

The completion of post-graduation is means of GlobalGiving funding to be utilized within their limited life span. This is in turn the path of progression leading a independent life by herself in future too.

Apr 1, 2019

progress report of girl child at care home

                          SUCCESS   STORY OF A GIRL CHILD

                                

 The girl [6 yrs old, HIV girl child] was born to HIV positive parents in Medak District of Telangana. It is a mother to child transmission case so she turned out to be a HIV positive by birth. Her younger brother is a negative child as her mother took precaution to save second sibling from this dreadful disease. After demise of the HIV parents, both siblings were kept in maternal aunt’s place. Presence of the HIV child at home was troubling the family for the marriage of the baby’s maternal aunt.

She is on ART medication so needs special care in terms of nutritive food and medication on daily basis. Unable to give extra support, HIV stigma associated made her uncle to look for an orphanage. Ms Divya, Out Reach Worker of the district brought her to “DESIRE Society “. She knows about our objective of serving HIV children in that particular District. “ Girl “being positive was admitted in DESIRE Society. Her younger brother is in care of her uncle only.

“In campus schooling “was started initially with admitting her in nursery class. She is able to grow steadily with timely nutrition and medicinal support while enrolled with DESIRE Care Home at IDA Bollaram. At present, she goes to private school outside the premises along with other inmates. She is favorite  of her teacher. The educational support at your end will ensure for sustainable life pattern for her.

Feb 21, 2019

Girl child progression at Hyderabad care home

Girl child at Hyderabad care home

Background

Partially blind girl child was found sitting idle at Film Nagar,Sai Baba temple, in Hyderabad.She was identified by the Tv 5 [telegu news channel ] team. The child is infected  with HIV+ as both parents turned out to be positive cases.She lost both the parents with HIV earlier. After knowing about the child situation, TV5 director and his team admitted the girl in DESIRE Society,Hyderabad  Institutional care home.      

Changes in life pattern of child

 

Since the child was admitted in the DESIRE Society ,we are rendering its best for the quality of life . At the time of admission ,she was malnourished and  badly required medical attention. Main challenge was to improve her CD 4 count which was found to be very low. She was offered proper counseling, treatment and medicines for opportunistic infections (OIs) by our medical team. She has received  round the clock health care and monitoring. 

 

The child was put on ART (Antiretroviral Treatment, a lifesaving drug) immediately after admission to care home. She is also put with a balanced diet as ART has got more side effects.  DESIRE Society has put more attention on planned nutritional diet which truly helped this child to continue drug adherence. So this  led her to gain physical weight . After these continuous efforts are put by DESIRE, now her health condition is getting stable and heading towards progression.

 

Consultation for her eye treatment is under process DESIRE Society is working to bring support for the treatment and for the connectivity of the eye hospital in this regard. Extra care by care takers is focused in her case.

 

Initially,  in campus schooling is assigned in her case and she sits with zeal to study further in outside school too. This year the transformation in her schooling is observed. We got her admitted in private school along with other inmates of care home. She is performing well in studies.

 

The Global Giving support can bring in protective shell  for such children who are badly in need of extra care / spending required to get smile on their faces.

 
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