Cordial greetings and warm wishes are accorded to you and your family on behalf of our children, staff and management at SPPD. All the children who are directly under this support are fine and studying well. By next week they will be taking their half yearly examinations. We pray and request you too, to help them do their best in their exams.
Children have welcomed this feel of transfer of being at home. We appreciate this on a positive scale as they could be monitored better; and our time is being utilized in the holistic development of the children.
This quarter was also important as the children who are enrolled to this monetary support are under regular monitoring. Based on their grade levels, Rs.14640/- was transferred to the accounts of 17 children. This will be used by the students to meet out their educational materials, and other personal necessities. We feel good in rendering out our services to the most deserving which is possible only with the support of donors like you.
The support you give, motivate us to keep growing and improving the lives of the needy.
We want to THANKYOU for supporting us abundantly and it is through your eagerness that our girls are now under placements.
Through our programme we have been able to reach this targeted population, poor, less educated, early school drop outs especially women and girls and encourage them to progress and change their lifestyle in this society.
Besides, English Coaching class in basic reading, writing and speaking skills were taken up by Native language speaker Ms.Lora, Volunteer to help our students improve their language proficiency and basic computer classes in Microsoft word were also part and parcel of the day.
We believe that through our working together we can make a difference in the lives of people around us!
Sangeetha, 17 years old comes from a family of five. She resides at Periyavelaganatham, Musiri Block, Trichy District of Tamilnadu State, INDIA. Her parents are working for daily wages. She has an elder brother Ganeshan who had to forgo schooling because of family’s financial constraints, is now a construction labourer and a moral support to the family, a younger sister, Gokila studying Grade V. Both of them are solely dependent on their parents, whose income was quite sufficient to manage the family’s basic needs. Born unto a poor family, full filling the basic amenities of life was a point of issue to them. However the driving vigor in educating the children has earned the entire work hours of their parents
Sangeetha, is now pursuing her Paramedical Course. This support will help her live an independent life as well as support her family financially.
“My parents were impoverished to the point that they could not afford the books and studies that I needed. My grades were weak in English which was the fundamental for the Course that I was enrolled to. With the ongoing support from GlobalGiving and encouragement from the training tutor, staff and management, I was able to continue by studies.”
The project is aimed at addressing youth with sustainable skills and empowerment which provides them with a guaranteed skill set, enhanced employment opportunities and building themselves with a comfortable life.
Courses were carried out as per the calendared syllabus and students showed intense interest during their practical session which encompassed patient care, patient & nurses preparatory sessions for operation theatre, tools identification & usage, Intra Muscular (IM) injection usage, dressing & bandage, types of bed making, etc.
We have intensified our current efforts and services to young people only through the ongoing support from donors like you. Thank you for the wonderful change you have created in the lives of these young individuals.
Let’s lend our support to this young generation and set them free to chase their dreams.
Manimekalai always dreamed of being a nurse and helping other people. However, Mani’s financial constraints, for one thing was a barrier to the access of her education.
Mani, 18 years old hails from Pillapalayam , Musiri Taluk of Trichy District, Tamil Nadu, India. She has a brother Karthick employed as a driver and sister Yuvarani studying Grade X. The former was forced to drop out from schooling and pushed into the work force as her father Muthuvel had serious drinking habits. Born unto a poor family, full filling the basic amenities of life was a point of issue to them. However the driving vigor in educating the children has earned the entire work hours of Selvakumari, Manimekala’s mother in achieving her intension.
Mani is now pursuing her Paramedical Course. This support will help her live an independent life as well as support her family financially.