Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth

by Society for Poor People Development (SPPD)
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Bringing livelihood to 1200 poor rural youth
Aug 19, 2019

Education is the key to open the doors ......

“Education is the key to open the doors of a better future for thousands of youth worldwide.”

SPPD made it happen by the support of the generous support of GlobalGiving. Many thanks for the generous donors.

The SPPD approaches the students who are not able to continue their studies after completing grade 10th & 12th due to poor family back ground poverty due to laps in education, un educated parent,  addict to alcohol etc.

The aim of the project is to help those poor rural youth by giving training in skill oriented works and education by breaking all the obstacles such as mid day meal, travelling expenses, uniforms, inner wears, note books and other study materials.

We made it happen by the support of the generous support of GlobalGiving. Many thanks for the generous donors.

True Stories:

Kumar is 18 years old and is undergoing Certificate course in the craft of food production in Hospitality trade.His parents, Ms.Latha and Mr.Perumal are no more. He has three siblings while his elder sister is married and lives in a nearby village, his brother Vijayakumar, the sister Buvaneswari are staying with him. The two are younger to him. The brother is studying 7th grade at the Thulayanatham government school and his sister is studying 11th standard in the same school.

Being parentless Kumar has been taking upon the responsibility of taking care of his siblings on his shoulders. He works in a small local bakery from evening 4’ o clock until 8 pm after his study hours at the academy and during the week end days of Saturdays and Sundays. Though the income he earns is very minimal, the family manages the essential needs by making use of the ration supplies distributed by the government civil supplies department.

Their staple food is fully met with by only the free rice they receive from the monthly rations. Consuming even a few vegetable items is a kind of luxury for them, leave alone meat. In such circumstances, Kumar always wished to equip himself in a skill that would help him to land in a good paying job as quickly as possible. He is a hard working student.  

And he feels, the course he has taken up now has made his dream come true. This is because, apart from receiving free lunch and the bus fare for travelling from his village to the institution where he studies, he has the opportunity of paying the fees for the course he undergoes from the income he could earn, as stipend during his internship period. And hence, Kumar thanks the donors of GlobalGiving extending the help.

Monisha is 18 years old and has a mild physical disability. She had lost her mother at the time of her studying 5th standard. Her family is very poor as her father has been taking care of the family from the meager income he earns through the odd jobs he gets in the village. After Monisha’s mother’s demise her father had got married to another lady. And after the birth of a child, Monisha’s step mother had started   ignoring and ill treating her.

But overcoming such ignorance the physical disability, Monisha would fulfill all her personal needs herself without depending on others. And at the instance of her father, she has taken up the course of in Hospitality Administration.

She is very good in her studies and wants to support her father and become financially independent herself. Monisha and her father wish to express their gratitude to the donors and GlobalGiving, for the support she has been receiving in the form of free lunch during the week days at the academy and for meeting the conveyance charges from her home to the place of her studies daily . They feel that this help has been greatly helpful, given the extreme financial difficulties that Monisha’s family had been facing.

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Society for Poor People Development (SPPD)

Location: Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu - India
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Project Leader:
Raju Joseph
Musiri, Tamil Nadu India
$23,307 raised of $32,000 goal
 
322 donations
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