Dec 22, 2017

Happy Christmas! And a Prosperous New Year 2018

Happy Christmas
Happy Christmas

Dear Friends,

Merry Christmas!  A very blessed and fruitful New Year 2018 to you and your family.

Thank you so much for your kind continuous help to our children in this project for the last 6 years without any stop. We are very happy for kind concern and stand and support with us to facilitate love, care and education to 150 children in three slums in Guntur, India

We are sending our gratitude to you for your help. Thank you so much!

Currently 150 children undergoing on care and education program through this project. The academic year 2017-18 is almost in last quarter.  Our teachers are doing their best to and educate children affectively to attend schools regularly. Stops child labor and motivating parents to send their children to the schools.  During this quarter we have been conducted two exams include one unit and one half yearly exams and all children get best progress in education. Some of the elder children learn in stitching dresses by the vocational education program.

We also conducted children’s day celebrations in this quarter by an awareness camp with parents and done a rally in the streets to stop child labor.

We received a grant of $471 from all your support in this quarter. We have utilized the grant for mid-day meal lunch program to children in this project for two months.

Once again thank you so much for your help and kindly support this project continuously and especially in this Christmas season with donation. Please also refer this project with your family and friends.       

Wish a very happy Christmas and prosperous New Year 2018

children in the class room
children in the class room
Lunch in class room
Lunch in class room
Happy Children's day
Happy Children's day
Children in our school
Children in our school
Thank you for help
Thank you for help
Oct 16, 2017

Help migrated child labor in Brick Industries

Dear Friends 

Greetings from BASS, India 

Thank you so much for your love and help to the project we have started in January 2016. 

We are very happy to inform you that we are successfully completed the seasonal migrated worksite school for 70 identified child labor in brick industries at Choutuppal Mandal until June 2017. We have facilitated    primary education along with vocational skills trainings in candle making, dress stitching, phenol making and other handmade skills in Odisha language. We are also provided mid-day meal to all the children.  We are successful in preventing children to work in the brick kilns and stopped and tried to  stay in classroom.   We get good appreciation from the people and all the government departments for successful completions for 2016.

But now the rainy season finishing in October and expecting to come back all the families from Odisha state will arrive in November to stay until June 2018 before start rainy season. This year also expecting to migrate more than 200 children from 150 families from Odisha to 11 brick industries in Choutuppal Mandal, Telangana

We are very sad to tell you that we could not get adequate donations to operate this project, I humbly requesting you to kindly share this project with your all friends and inform them to help to care and support at least 100 seasonal migrated child labor in brick kilns in India

We did not get any help for quite a long time please support as early as possible since the season will start from November 2017.

Thank you so much  

Sep 21, 2017

Suvarana and Yamuna stories from BASS India

Suvarna and her brother Anji,  her sister Mallika
Suvarna and her brother Anji, her sister Mallika

Dear Friends,

I am very happy to share two stories of our children in our school in Swarnabharathinagar slum,  Guntur, India   

Story of Suvarna

My name is Suvanna, aged 12 years old, studying 5th class in BASS, NCLP School at Swarnabaharthinagar slum in Guntur.  My family consists of three children include my brother Anji 8 years old and Mallika 10 year old are also studying in this school since 2016. We are living in a small rented hut is this slum with my mother,  unfortunately my father was died due to ill health and my mother is only caring us by working as daily wage works in chilly yard. Before coming to this school my sister and I also attend works along with my mother to get small income to facilitate food to all my family members.   Since many days we don’t get three times meal in my family and sometimes we do not even for full day when mother is sick.  But teachers from BASS school motivate my mother and bringing all our three children to this school and care and educating us. At present I am 5th class, my brother 1st class and sister is studying 2nd class. And also we are happy to eat lunch in the school. We are very much happy now and studying well. Thank you so much for all the supporters for supporting us through this project. I trust that my life ambition of become Nurse can be possible if I could  attend school every day. Thank you 

Story of Yamuna

My name is Yamuna 11 years old studying 4th class in BASS school at Swarnabharathinagar slum. We are migrated to this slum in search of employment.  My father is selling house hold itesm in Guntur cvity and my mother is working  as daily wage workers in chilly yard. I have two more brothers, Lakshmaiah 7 years old and Ramaiah 9 years old also attending to this school.  We are  extremely happy to  get care and education  in this school since there is no other free schools exits near my house.   We are also get mid-day meal in school and enjoying. Before sometimes my mother insisting me and my elder brother to go for works along with her to get income but our teachers motivate and educate my parents that not to send works any more. At present we are very happy and completely concentrate in  education towards  to reach my goal as Teacher in my future.  Thanks to everyone

 

Like  Suvarana and Yamuna we have more than 40 children like the same misererbele stories could not access even primary education due to either poverty of their  family situation and also not had the availability of educational facilities in the slums.

We are extremely happy to implement this project for the last 6 years with all your support and help to provide care and education in three slums.  We send our gratitude especially to to our continuous donors  Erwin Franzen, Alf Monnesland ,  Tilman Brandl, GlobalGiving and all other supporters.

As usual our health care camps are going on with our medical staff in three slums. We have conducted a  camp in in qurter. Hope to get more help so that we improve our cmamps frequently as per the need.    

 

During the last quarter we received the grant of $762 from all your donations and we provided education material and lunch expenses for July 2017.

I am also very happy to inform you that GlobalGiving has conducted a workshop in Hyderabad on 15th September 2017 facilitated by Mrs. Kavitha Mathew.  I am very happy to learn skills on fundraising.  Thanks to GlobalGiving.

Ufortunately we do not get suffcient support and needs are incresing. Please do your best to promote this project to many people.   

I request you every one please kindly share this project with all your friends and family.

Thank you

Yamuna and her two brothers Lakshmiaih and Ramaiah
Yamuna and her two brothers Lakshmiaih and Ramaiah
some of the children in the school
some of the children in the school
Lunch in school for all children
Lunch in school for all children
After lunch give a smile
After lunch give a smile
Thank you for help!
Thank you for help!
 
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