Jan 4, 2017

Through your support you help reach our goals!

SPPD appreciates the continued support of our friends who donated towards this project through the GlobalGiving platform.

We continue to support poor, less educated and out of school youth who are victims of many unfortunate circumstances by offering them an opportunity in skill training in the field of hospitality to enable them become self-reliant.

100% positive results were obtained by our students who had appeared for their exams in April and June 2016. The first year students under hospitality and paramedical science are pursuing their training in their respective industries while the 2nd year catering students are back with their regular classes. Every week practical classes are offered to the hospitality students to help them gain practical knowledge in the field pursued.

The funds raised so far through the GlobalGiving platform have helped us provide students with free lunch, travelling allowance and their required educational material.

Your precious donations have helped the youth to secure the much needed Entrepreneurship skills.

With regards,

Dec 7, 2016

Thank you for being a part of our project!

Dear all, 

Thank you for being a part of our project!

The children who are directly under our Community Based home project are all happy with their parents and are now preparing themselves for their soon approaching half-yearly examinations.

Your support in this project will help our children to sustain their education at school which is still a big challenge as many of them drop out (stop) due to reasons such as family needs. The Project Coordinator takes care of the regular monitoring of our children’s activities at school.

Though the project was generously supported at its initial stage, the past year has not guaranteed much help towards the success of this project. However we are still reliant on your generosity.

Your continued support is appreciated by us! 

Oct 6, 2016

Thanks to your generosity!

The primary purpose of our mission is to provide poor, less educated youth the opportunity to acquire a skill and build a prospective career.

Continuing with the education is a big challenge for rural youth. Many youth fall under the unorganized sector, embedded with drawbacks like no social security, bonded labour, sexual harassment, etc.

To procure a successful career, youth need support both personally and financially. One of the best option that is available is the vocational skills training. Vocational training allows students to gain practical work skills within a short span of time as well as enhances their employability. For the quarter 155 young students were supported with nutritious lunch and travelling expenses to continue their skill programme without any difficulties.

Coming from a rural background, most of these students are deprived with a healthy nutritious meal, because they cannot afford to buy desired quality of food due to their family’s low purchasing power which adversely affects their health status. To help out these students with improving their health conditions we provide them healthy and nutritious meal during the five working days in a week.  A month’s free meals offered to these students’ measures to 440 kilos of rice 80 kilos of grocery including cereals, pulses and other items and 120 kilos of vegetables. This regular intake of food has helped them with a balance diet.

To boost up the students interest in continuing their studies, we motivate them with awards and certificates. Every month the BEST student who excels in areas like regular attendance, academic performance and groomer is selected.  

True story :

On completing grade XII, I employed myself in the brick kiln for daily wages, which supported my family needs. However life had completely changed when my family accepted my Evening Study Centre (ECS) tutor’s advice “It was the orientation programme, tutors motivation , support extended by providing a nutritious meal everyday and reimbursement of my travelling (from home to the community centre) helped me to continue the course without difficulties.” says Ashok.  

 
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