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Jun 19, 2018

A story from teacher Sailaja- support children

Teacher Sailaja with children
Teacher Sailaja with children

Dear Friends

Greetings from BASS, India

A brief story about our Teacher Sailaja, BASS- Primary school at Swarnabharathinagar, Guntur  

I am Sailaja, A Teacher from one of the project school operated by BASS with limited support by GlobalGiving at Swarnabharathi Nagar, Guntur. I am resident of this major slum in Guntur city and appointed as Teacher to BASS primary education program started from 7th July 2009. I am working since the inception of this school from 2009; most of the children are out of schools and identifying as child labor, at that situation our organization BASS has started a special school cum skills training Centre for the unfortunate identified children. Every year we are promoting and mainstreaming 10 children to farther high schools and admit new 10 to 15 children to the school so that every year we continuously facilitate care and education and skills training to 50 children in the slum.

I am the head teacher and one assistant teacher, a Vocational skills teacher and one helper cum clerk and a cook are working in this school.  All our staff members are selected from the same slum because to get good linkages and rapport with the families and communities to control child labor in the slums.  So far more than 120 children were succeeded to complete the primary education in our school and promoted to high schools and further education.   We just not leave out the children once they completed primary education in our school but also continuously look after the children to continue their further education by regular family checkups.  We are very happy and proud to be teacher to educate children in the slums.   

This is also my pleasure to inform you that the academic year 2017-18 is successfully completed and already the new academic year 2018-19 is started from 4th June 2018. At present 50 children admitted in our school and 12 children were promoted to high school. We are continuously providing quality nutritive food, education material and school uniforms to the children. And also apart from primary education we are also providing skills trainings in dress making, tailoring and candle and other handy crafts making.     

I am also very happy to inform you that Mr. Pratip, Representative from GlobalGiving has been  visited our school on 23rd May 2018 and appreciated and gave his valuable suggestions for improvements.  

Like this our organization BASS is also operating  three schools in 3 slums in Guntur include this slum Swarnabharathinagar, Ramaraju Nagar and CPI colony slums in Guntur. All these three areas are also same situations and we are successfully implementing the program.    Total more than 150 children are benefitting through this project form three locations.  

We get only $320 grant in this quarter, and we utilized for the feeding expenses in the months of March and April .

Thank you very much for all the supporters. We are sending our gratitude to all our donors and special   Thanks to Mr. Erwin Franzen, Mr. Alf and Mr. Tillman Brandl for their continuous support and love to our children.  

We humbly requesting you all, please kindly make a new donation to the children in this new academic year 2018-19 and needs are very huge and the sources are limited. We needed to buy new educational material, uniforms, nutritive lunch- we are entirely depending upon your generous support.  Please consider making new donation and kindly refer this project to all your friends and social media groups to get help.      

Once again thank you so much for your help

With kind gratitude  

Mr Pratip Representative Global Giving visit
Mr Pratip Representative Global Giving visit
Children, staff and Project Leader
Children, staff and Project Leader
Children, parents and Mr. Pratip,  CPI colony
Children, parents and Mr. Pratip, CPI colony
Mr. Pratip, children in a class room at CPI Colony
Mr. Pratip, children in a class room at CPI Colony
Ramarajunagar slum school class room
Ramarajunagar slum school class room
Jun 18, 2018

New academic year 2018-19 started! Please support

Holidays
Holidays

Dear Friends 

Greetings and best wishes to you from Mamare- Children home for Girls, India 

The new academic year 2018-19 has been started. Currently we have 21 girls get care and education through this project. The home is facilitating care, residence, nutritive food, health care and education to all the admitted girls in the home. 

This is our first Progress report of the project. Most of the girls caring in the home are about 3 to 11 years staying in MAMARE. The elder girls also studying in Graduation level include Engineering, Pharmacy and Teacher Training and others are primary and high school level. All girls get best progress in the last academic year and promoted to next classes.

During the summer holidays we conducted moral classes for the girls! They learn new skills on singing, skits performances.     

We are very happy to inform you that the representative from GlobalGiving Mr. Pratip has been visited the project site on 25th May 2018 and interacted with the girls and staff gave us his remarks on the project   

This quarter we received only one donation (US$35) 31.5 received. Thank you so much. The needs of the current year is too much and very difficult to get the support locally. We are unable provide schools fee, educational material, uniforms to the children.

Therefore I request humbly you to kindly share this project with all your friends and family to get help to fulfill the needs for the year.  

Thank you so much

With gratitude

Mr Pratip Representative Global Giving visit
Mr Pratip Representative Global Giving visit
indoor games in holidays
indoor games in holidays
Thank you for support
Thank you for support
Apr 13, 2018

2018 Work-site school for migrated child labor

2018 worksite school Opend by Collector  & Police
2018 worksite school Opend by Collector & Police

Dear  Friends and well wishers 

Many greetings and best wishes to you from BASS, India 

Thank you so much for your kind support and help for the year 2017 to operate a work sites school for rescued and  identified child labor in the brick industries near choutuppal Mandal, Ydadri District. We are very happy to inform you that our organisation gets  a best appreciation letter from the government for successful completion of the school in 2017. we are very much happy to share the appreciation letter with you here. 

Again 2018 the season started for the brick industries from January to July 2018 up to rainy season starts.already the government invited us to start and continue the school in this year also  for the rescued children.Already government has caught and rescued more than 185 children in our working area in 11 brick kilns.  

Therefore  our organisation started a special vocational skills training school for the rescued children with primary education in their mother tongue language Odissha. Our school is also inaugurated and started  by the Collector of Yadadri District, Mrs. Anitha Rama chandran in February 2018. Please have a look at the down of the press clippings and news. 

We are already implementing the school in rented   building with  expert skilled teachers and giving vocational skills training in  various trades with primary education in the children mother toungue language. we are also providing mid day meal; to the children. 

But we do not have any resources to continue the school except to request you for your support. Please kindly see all the pictures of the project and share the project link with all your friends and family to ask for help.

Please  also kindly make a new donation for this year 2018 also. Thank you so much with gratitude. 

with kind ragards 

http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index/Hans/2017-01-04/150-child-workers-rescued/271832

 

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/worksite-school-for-children-of-brick-kiln-workers-begins-in-telangana-185-students-enroll-for-classes-5038604/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck933AS0iqM

Appreciation in News paper for our Vice Presidnet
Appreciation in News paper for our Vice Presidnet
Bangle making for the children in this project
Bangle making for the children in this project
some of the children in the school
some of the children in the school
some of the children rescued
some of the children rescued

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