Feb 21, 2019

Thank you for help- Please support slum girls

supports flood affected family
supports flood affected family

Dear friend!

Many greetings and best wishes to you from BASS, India

Thank you so much for your timely support for the emergency relief to the flood victims in Kerala, India

We are successfully organized relief camps in Kumaragom and Pathanamitta villages in Kerala with all your donations.  We are supported 350 floods affected families n these two villages with distributed a bag of raw food items a set of cooking vessels of basic home appliances with a sari and lungi to 350 families. 

We received only US$130 donation help during the last three months for this project and used for the relief program for 20 families.     

Currently the emergency situation is finished but the rebuilding activities continuing in Kerala by the government and many other organizations in the world.  

Still our organization is looking forward to participate in the rebuilding activities but we did not get sufficient support. Please support again

We send our humble gratitude to all the supporters and heartfelt thanks to GlobalGiving.  

 

I also requesting you to kindly share and and support our new girls project with a donation.

 

Please Help slum girls project

 

Thanking you once again with gratitude   

looking for help
looking for help
get releif
get releif
all theses affected families get relief from BASS
all theses affected families get relief from BASS
Jan 8, 2019

Migrated child labor Work-site school 2019 stared

Some of the children attending  work sit school 19
Some of the children attending work sit school 19

Dear Friend

Many greetings best wishes to you and your family for the New Year 2019.

Thank you so much for your kind support for this project to operate a seasonal migrated worksite school the child labor in Brick industries at Choutuppal, Mandal, Yadadri District, Telanagana.

We are very happy to inform you that our third batch of worksite school has been started since 4th January 2019.

I submit that seasonal migration works has been stooped from June 2018 due to the rainy season, hence all the seasonal migration workers families went back to their native places at Odissa state.  After 6 months again in December 2018, about 100 families with children came back for the works in 11 brick kilns at Choutuppal Mandal.

 

The government of Telangana Women, Child, Disabled and senior citizen department of Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district under operation Smile organized a coordination meeting with the presence of the district collector with other line departments on 27th December 2018. Hence the government invited as usually our organization to continue to restarts our worksite school for the elderly children cough in the brick industries.

 

The year 2019 also about 150 children arrived on migration with their families to work in brick industries.

 

Therefore we have started the worksite school and facilitating vocational skills training in few trades with primary education until June 2019.  At present 25 children coming and more children will join in the coming months. We are also providing lunch facility to all the children in our school in the children native language.

 

The government and the brick industries managements are very much cooperating with us to continue our program to stop child labor in brick industries.

 

We get US$ 87 only from the last three months, the school already started and we need your kind help to provide educational material, instructors remunerations, nutrition facility and other operating costs of the school for the coming 6 months.     

 

Therefore I humbly request you please kindly share and support the project to fulfill all the needs of the worksite school for the child labor in brick industries.

 

Thank you so much for your help

 

With gratitude

Operation smile coordination meeting December 19
Operation smile coordination meeting December 19
Children learning
Children learning
Some of migrated children in the work-sit school
Some of migrated children in the work-sit school
Dec 18, 2018

A life story from Yamuna- A child from this Project! Happy Christmas!

Yamuna and her brothers Ramiah & Lakshmaiah
Yamuna and her brothers Ramiah & Lakshmaiah

Dear Friends and supporters

We are sending our humble gratitude to you all for your kind continuous help to for the last 7 years to this project to care and educate slum children in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India   

I am extremely happy to share one the successful life story of a girl from our school centre at Swarnabharathinagar, Guntur.

The story of Yamuna

My name is Yamuna, age 13 years studying 5th class in BASS Primary school at Swarnabharathinagar, Guntur.  I am born in 2005 at Hindupur village of Karnataka state.  In 2007 my father Mr. Raghavendra rao and my mother Mrs Gangamma with myself were migrated from Karnataka state to Guntur, Andhra Pradesh in search of employment and living in an occupied hut at Swaranabharathi nagar, Guntur. And my parents are attending into daily wage works in Guntur city and started income to care my family. In 2007 my mother gave birth to two twin boys’ names as Ramaiah and Lakshmaiah.  Both boys are healthy and fine. The needs of my family increased so my mother takes me to the works to add extra income to my family. Unfortunately I am not attended any school until 2013 as my age is 8 years old.  

At this situation Mrs Silaja Teacher and other staff from BASS primary school finds me while working and motivated my parents and brings me to the school in June 2013. Thus my life turns from child labor to a successful school student. Now I am going to complete my primary education studies 5th class after April 2019 and promotes to high school. I am also very happy to share you that my twin brothers Ramaiah and Lakshamaiah are also admitted to this school from 2014. Now my brothers Ramaiah studying 4th class and Lakshmaiah studying 3rd classes in our loving BASS Primary schools centre.

Later my parents also improved their earnings by doing alternative jobs by collecting waste materials include paper, plastic and iron and reselling to get continues income even on daily wage works not available days.

This is my pleasure to thanks to all the supporters for our school through Global Giving. Like me more than 150 children getting care and education through this project. I myself and my twin brothers along with more than 150 children are so lucky to get care and education through this project. I request you all please continue your help to complete our education as well as to facilitate many other children in our slums. Once again thanks to all the teachers, staff and all the members of BASS for their love and compassion to educate infortunate children in the slums

This is one of the child stories from our school; like that many children had the successful stories with all your help.

Our slum community health centre is running well to facilitate first aid and timely treatment to the needy patients in the area.

In this quarter we received $622 from 1st August to 31st October 2018 from all your donations to this project. We are used for the grant to facilitate mid day meal to the children for September, October and November months.

I request you please kindly make a new donation either monthly recurring or one time donation during 2018 Yearend campaign to get bonus prizes. Please also make a donation to our new micro project to get lights in classrooms.

Donate micro project to give Lights to the classrooms

We wish you a very happy Christmas and prosperous New Year 2019

Children and staff
Children and staff
happy children in BASS school
happy children in BASS school
Happy Christmas
Happy Christmas
Happy Christmas
Happy Christmas
Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas
 
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