Education  India Project #32911

Transforming children into leaders of today

by Prime Educational and Social Trust
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Transforming children into leaders of today
Transforming children into leaders of today
Transforming children into leaders of today
Transforming children into leaders of today
Transforming children into leaders of today
Health checkup
Health checkup

Medical checkup was conducted for the children of Children's Parliament. The program was done in collaboration with HAMAP, a French foundation offering healh care to the underprivileged. Their team visited with doctors and other paramedical staff members. Regular check of the children with their height, weight and other parameters were asessed. Medications such as vitamin tablets and deworming tablets were distributed. It is reported that children are healthy and suggested tha they should eat more fruits. Some children require eye checkup and will be taken up after New Year.

The event was conducted at a local school in Puducherry. The school administration helped us in providing space and other requirements. 

Health checkup
Health checkup
Health checkup
Health checkup
Health checkup
Health checkup
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Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament
Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament

Celebrated on December 25 every year, Christmas marks and commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and the second of the Holy Trinity of Christianity. Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God. The name 'Christmas' comes from the Mass of Christ (or Jesus). A Mass service (which is sometimes called Communion or Eucharist) is where Christians remember that Jesus died for us and then came back to life. It is often combined with customs from pre-Christian winter celebrations. Many people decorate their homes, visit family or friends and exchange gifts. In the days or even weeks before Christmas Day, many people decorate their homes and gardens with lights, Christmas trees and much more.

Every year Christmas is celebrated at Prime Trust on 24th December 2021. This year Christmas was celebrated at Janani Home. This year we invited all the staff members, Interns, neighbours and children of Evening Schools.

After a small prayer, children offered dancing and sang Christmas songs. The children were given gifts and snacks. It was a big fun!

Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament
Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament
Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament
Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament
Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament
Christmas Celebrations for Chirldren's Parliament

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Tailoring class
Tailoring class

Prime Trust is always keen to empower underprivieged children by porving vocational classes. To day we sarted offering tailoring classes to the children. They were asked to join with our children at Janani Home in getting classes from Mr. Amurthalingam. 

He voluntarily comes forward to hep those children. The children were explained about the basic mechanism of a sewing machine, how to operate, how to get fix the thread etc.,

The children will get one class on every Sunday as they are busy rest of the days. All the children showed great interest in learning.

This program is organised by Mr. Sivakumar, Trustee, Prime Trust along with Miss. Ranjani, House Mother of Janani Home. 

Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
Tailoring class
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Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children

On Friday, the 17th December 2021, an awareness generation program on Health and Hygiene for the children of slums in Vanderpet, Puducherry was conducted. 

Mr. Sivakumar, Trustee of Prime Trust, Miss.Krishnaja and Miss. Anushree, M.S.W students of Sanskrit University, Paiyanur, Kerala organised the event at our Janani Home. 

Mr. Sivakumar offered a talk on personal hygiene, like bruishing teeth, taking bath, washing hands. Information on acquiring contagious diseases by unhygenic way of life was given by the speaker. Empahsis was given on Covid pandemic and how to protect ourselves by wearing mask, washing hands regularly and taking bath every day. 

The two interns showed pictures and slides on good habits were shown by the presentors. It was wonderful program for the children. 

Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
Health and Hygiene Program for Children
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Children's Parliament Program
Children's Parliament Program

Summary

Prime Trust is involved in inculcating leadership qualities among the children in the slums where Prime Trust is involved with. These parliaments are designed for children between the age of 9 and 14 and encourage them to engage in local, national and international democratic processes. Essentially these children are discussing issues that directly affecting their lives. Through these parliaments we believe that every child should be able to express themselves openly and without fear.

Challenge

The children in the slums do not have good access to quality education as their parents are unable to provide them. The children living in vulnerable condition are not raised well and they do not know their rights. The children are forced to discontinue their studies and sent for employment to support their families thereby losing their opportunity. The ambiance in their area makes the children to pick up bad habits. The children are aware of their rights, political system and environment.

Solution

By running this program, the children start to acquire leadership qualities. The most important aspect of this program is that the children will be made aware of their rights. The children are given information on the political system in India, about the environment. This program helps the children to acquire holistic development.

Long-Term Impact

The long term impact of this program would be to create a potential society who will be assets of our nation.

Resources

http://www.primetrust-org.in

https://www.facebook.com/Childrernparliament

Children's Parliament Program
Children's Parliament Program

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Prime Educational and Social Trust

Location: Puducherry - India
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Project Leader:
Savarinathan Maria Arasu
Puducherry, Puducherry India
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