Education
 India
Project #3375

Educate 50 Blind Children in Karnataka

by Jeevan Prakash Education Society
Mar 31, 2010

Progress Report

Dear Freinds of Asha Deepa

The regular activities of Asha Deepa School for the Blind (ADSFB) are on its way. We are able to rehabilitate 10 more visually challenged children in the last three months. Your contribution has helped us to provide rehabilitation service to these children. Thanks a lot

New Initiatives: Louie Braille Music Band: Louie Braille Music Band was started to create self employment opportunities to the adult blinds having to help them to earn their livelihoods. The group performs in the school functions, marriage party, govt organized program such as inauguration, farewell party, national festival and other privet organized programs.

Asha Kirnan Bridge School, Chatannali, In partnership with district education department, Asha Deepa is executing the Bridge School for the second year at Chatannali (Last year, the project was in Malakapur). There are 25 children residing at Asha Kirana Centre. The main aim of the project is to identify the school dropouts and mainstream them back to the school.

A gift of Vision Prem Sing was rehabilitated in the month of June, 2008. He belongs to a Thanda (A tribal Village) near Chincholi which is 50 Km from Bidar. He has two siblings, one elder brother & one elder sister. Unfortunately, his elder brother is also blind by birth. In an eye screening program at Asha Deepa, it was found that his sight can be restored. We started finding a doctor who can operate Prem Sing free of cost. Dr. Sbl, an eye specialist has come forward to operate Prem Sing free of cost. As result, he underwent the contract surgery & the operation was successful. Asha Deepa has incurred the medicine expenses after operation. Now, he has 100% visibility & return back to his village where he is going to a normal school.

Asha Kirnan Bridge School, Chatannali, In partnership with district education department, Asha Deepa is executing the Bridge School for the second year at Chatannali (Last year, the project was in Malakapur). There are 25 children (15 female &10 male) residing at Asha Kirana Centre. The main aim of the project is to identify the school dropouts and mainstream them back to the school.

We appreciate your continues support Asha Deepa.

Please see the attached file form more events & photographs

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Organization Information

Jeevan Prakash Education Society

Location: Kamataka - India
Website: http:/​/​www.ashadeepaschoolfortheblind.org
Jeevan Prakash Education Society
Project Leader:
Sanju Kumar
Director
Bidar, Karnataka India

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