Apr 3, 2018

Children's home for Underprivileged & Orphan Kids

SAMPARC Bhaje Girls Home
SAMPARC Bhaje Girls Home

SAMPARC Children’s Home has children of the age group 5 to18 years. Mostly the children come from very difficult situations/backgrounds, being neglected, abandoned and unwanted. At SAMPARC they receive love, care, and affection of family environment, education, Counseling support and confidence to become responsible citizens and contribute to the development of the Nation.

Every aspect of child care is meticulously planned and taken care by the qualified staff and counselors working with children right from nutrition, hygiene, quality education, behavioral improvement, proper environment, comfort, regular health checkup along with confidence building measures, vision development and proper guidance for future. Regular training programs, workshops and sessions on various topics are arranged for the children in the Children’s Home along with exposure visits for overall development of the children.

After attending school children receive tutoring in the children’s home and receive special education support in Spoken English, General Knowledge, Reasoning, Math’s, Computers along with training in Sports. SAMPARC is able to provide all these facilities to the children with the support of individual sponsors and donors. Mrs. Ratna Banerjee, Founder Trustee also plays a very important role for care, guidance, psychological well -being of the children and coordinates with the staff in the best interest of the children.

SAMPARC Children's Home Details:
SAMPARC Children’s Home, Bhaje : No. of Children's : 138
SAMPARC Children’s Home, Poynad : No. of Children's :45
SAMPARC Children’s Home, Shel-Pimpalgaon: No. of Children's : 39
SAMPARC Children’s Home, Bal Asha Ghar: No. of Children's : 51
SAMPARC Shishu Kendra – Kolkata: No. of Children's : 26
SAMPARC Kalyanmal Kevalmal Singhvi Balak ashram – Gangani, Jodhpur: No. of Children's : 42
SAMPARC Bhaje Girls Home
SAMPARC Bhaje Girls Home
SAMPARC Balashaghar Boys Center
SAMPARC Balashaghar Boys Center
SAMPARC Jodhpur Center
SAMPARC Jodhpur Center
SAMPARC Shel-Pimplegaon Center
SAMPARC Shel-Pimplegaon Center
SAMPARC Bhaje Girls Home
SAMPARC Bhaje Girls Home
Mar 12, 2018

SAMPARC Heritage Camp Details

SAMPARC Heritage Walk
SAMPARC Heritage Walk

The background details are as follows:

SAMPARC Heritage Preservation Project was initiated in 2016 by SAMPARC with an aim to enlist the monuments - Bhaje, Karla and Bedse Caves and Visapur and Lohagad Forts in UNESCO World Heritage Site’s List.

 

Social Action for Manpower Creation-SAMPARC is non-profit making Public Charitable Society and Trust in India established in the early eras of 1990 for the rehabilitation, foster care and educational headway for orphan children, children of sex workers and underprivileged ones. SAMPARC has also introduced Community Education Support Program, Skill development sessions, Industrial Training Centre and Vocational Training Centre, Medical facilities for poverty –stricken rural population and projects on varied range at national levels.

SAMPARC Heritage Walk (as a part of SAMPARC Heritage Preservation Project) was initiated in 2016 and then it was also followed in 2017.SAMPARC shall also organize SAMPARC heritage camp, SAMPARC heritage cleanliness drives and seminars on safeguarding heritage monuments from this time forth. The pivotal motive for introduction of such divergent initiative is imbibe the deep roots of historical monuments such as Lohagad and Visapur fort, Karla, Bhaje and Bedse caves, also to pursue UNESCO world heritage tag in preservation and protection of these momentous places of India. From this year onward we are initiating our new project SAMPARC Heritage Camp to create awareness about heritage monuments and preservation of heritage monuments.

 

SAMPARC Heritage Camp (SHC) aims to develop innovative educational approaches in support of conservation and preservation of heritage monuments by enabling participants to:-

 

  • Learn more about Heritage monuments
  • Acquire new skills to conserve these sites
  • Life-long commitment to preserving our heritage monuments for present and future generations
  • Involvement in heritage education and conservation activities in SAMPARC center and heritage sites

 

SAMPARC Heritage Camp is a two day residential camp, inclusive of onsite heritage visits, visual and classroom sessions, various exercises, role play etc.

 

Department of Archaeology - Deccan College Post Graduate and Research Institute is our knowledge partner for this project.

Mar 12, 2018

Update SAMPARC Community Education Center

Mehandi Creative Workshop
Mehandi Creative Workshop

Our Chafyacha Pada project is functional since August 2017 which takes care of education, a support centre for 40 underprivileged students. Center takes care of basic education , personality development and various training sessions / workshops on extracurricular activities. In the past 6 months, we had organized many sessions of dance / drawing / sports / personality development apart from routine lectures.Please find attached supporting pictures for your reference.

To run our Chafyacha Pada project effectively and to replicate this model in other communities we need your support. So, SAMPARC requests you to donate some amount of money from the ever so supportive donors to establish and support “OUR” community education centers.

Dance Workshop
Dance Workshop
Sports Workshop
Sports Workshop
Inauguration Ceremony
Inauguration Ceremony
 
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