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The Udayan Shalini Fellowship Programme is a distinctive higher and professional education and personality development programme. It addresses the grim situation of girls' education in India by achieving their overall development via monetary and individual mentoring support. Since 2002 we have reached out to more than 8400 girls, called Shalinis (Dignified Women), who are now either economically independent or moving towards it. Currently, we are looking for support for 50 aspiring girls.
Dream a Dream provides innovative, experiential life skills training for young people from vulnerable backgrounds. Through our Arts and Football After-School (ages 8-14) and Career Connect (ages 14-19) Life Skills Programs, we equip and empower young people with critical life skills and give them the tools necessary to thrive. We have reached over 30,000 young people since 2002, and need your help to reach even more.
Age Action's award winning "Getting Started" programme is a learning and awareness raising programme for older people to encourage and help them to use computers and the internet. Our goal is to promote digital inclusion and positive aging by providing opportunities for all older people to learn about technology. All our tutors are trained volunteers and work one-to-one with older learners as each learner may require different levels of support, encouragement and have proven very successful.
While 38% of Latin American women are in charge of providing their homes' main income for their families, in Venezuela is approximately 40%.Jovenes Emprend. plans to provide financial education, business knowledge and entrepreneurship abilities to 800 women located in low income surroundings, as well as an initial seed capital will be provided by an allied bank for them to initiate their businesses improving their communities and their families'quality of life. Dir.popul.:800 women.Indirect:3200
Mayama develops life skills in 195 children & their families who face poverty, abuse, and violence in Mexico. With an innovative program, we empower their intellectual, emotional, physical, artistic & social abilities, so that they can take assertive decisions and become self sufficient members of society. We also carry out our "Ready for school" program with the 15% of our children who have never been to school, so that they can get the basic skills needed to start their studies successfully.
Children throughout Latin America who have suffered severe burns receive comprehensive rehabilitation treatment free of charge at COANIQUEM in Santiago, Chile. (COANIQUEM = Corporacion de Ayuda al Nino Quemado) Services include reconstructive surgery, physical and occupational therapy, psychological services, and education. Your contribution of $1,000 provides the full care of one child for the period of one year. $700 provides the medical care. $300 provides social services and education.
Elders comprise over 32% of the population in our low-income community. We provide services to people over 60 years old, who live alone, who do not have someone to take care of them and/or who have chronic health problems. Lunch is distributed on weekends and holidays to the homes of 61 elders in the community and nearby areas. Follow-up on their medical conditions is made by a registered nurse, and transportation to their medical appointments is provided in some cases.
As per the Annual Survey of Education Report (ASER) survey, India has made impressive progress in school enrollments and the focus is to improve quality. Goonj has found that rural students lack basic supplies (uniforms, pencil, books, a bag etc) while urban students have the same in abundance. This recycling, environment-friendly effort sensitizes and motivates urban students to donate their reusable school material, and acts as the carrot to get village children to school.
-Hogar de Ninos Regazo de Paz is a specialize Home for abuse, abandoned and/or neglected children, sheltering up to 15 children at one time, both sexes, from new born to eight years of age. -We provide for all their basic needs, nutrition, access to specialize medical services; tutorial, sports and everything the kids may need. -Medical services/Medicine -Project will help us provide for medical services and medical supplies, therapy and various medical treatments.
The aim of the project is to provide the benefits of computer based education and skills training to high school and college students from socially and economically backward areas of Karnataka (India). We have shortlisted 10 locations where we have a presence either through study centres or hostels of partner organisations. By leveraging on this infrastructure, once we setup a Computer learning Centre, we can reach out and help more than 500 students on a yearly basis.
The recent Hungama survey report reveals that 42% of children in India are malnourished which is being described as a National shame. Deprivation of nutritious food at an early age (0-6 yrs) can cause irreparable damages and paralyze the growth of a child for entire life. Hence, United Way Bengaluru launched its campaign called 'Born Learning' to impact 50,000 children by 2015 .