Education  India Project #16364

Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India

by Association of Relief Volunteers
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India

The wonderful changes happened in Andhra Pradesh state towards children education. Never seen such growth with tremendous changes on school infrastructure , modern facilities play a key role in providing quality of education. This will help thousands of children who are marginalized and weaker sections in entire state. Now the government taken challenge to competent with the Private schools and introduced English mediums everywhere in rural and urban locations in the state. It indicating that the government of Andhra Pradesh state giving priority and equality to children for education to all the communities and sections in the society.

Further , in an indication that no age group is immune to the novel corona virus, at least 1,200 children aged 15 and below have tested positive for Covid-19 in the state till today. Sources treating the patients, however said that children show very mild symptoms and are responding well to treatment.

However, coronavirus can not stop the dreams of children. Most of the children got awareness and still strengthening their mindset in adjust and existing. Children mentally very strong and they did not suffer here in comparatively adults.

Now the government not allowing to open the schools but preparing ground and logistics to start the schools. We have to wait and see for some time. In the mean time awareness is going with the children and communities on how to prevent from coronavirus. Giving good result out of it, all the children are trying to live in hygienic conditions and washing frequently hands , using sanitizers and staying at home.

Now the cleaning hands, giving priority for health is becoming part of culture with this coronavirus.

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Awareness on handwast
Awareness on handwast

This quarter mostly affected by corono virus , many activities stopped due to the virus and particularly with the country’s Lock-down. The impact of COVID -19, Lockdown is completely affecting the livelihood of daily wage workers, street vendors, petty traders in general particularly in rural areas.   The lockdown has also triggered a massive exodus of migrant laborers and wage workers from cities back to the rural villages.

We concentrated mostly on children as they are most vulnerable and living in below poverty line.Hand wash awareness created more than 500 children in 3 villages. It helped children how to be clean and keep away any kind of viruses. Though the corona virus is created fear of death, we motivated more than 800 men, women and children to be stable and safe at home.

We also advised to wear masks and gouses when going outside from home and wash hands maximum times in every day.

Schools academic year not completed due to the corona virus affect. However the government is going to cover the sylobus after re-opening the schools.

The situation(COVID-19)in everywhere in the world is completed disturbed the entire team of ARV and children in the villages and parents livelihood. We are very much happy to say that rural children are safe and no children is affected with virus in our project area.

Awareness on handwast in the class room
Awareness on handwast in the class room
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Monitoring children standards
Monitoring children standards

It is very tough and facing continues challenges to run the project in getting resources including the present situation from GlobalGiving. We exclusively depended on recurring donations from volunteers but due to technical problem yet to get fund from golobalgiving.

However , carrying out the project with lot of difficulties and strengthening in facing challenges.

On Nov 14th 2019, two of our children got 1st and 3rd place on quiz competition conducted by the schools on the occasion of children’s day, 6th and 7th standard children participated in sports and got 1st, 2nd places in volleyball and kabbadi game.

On December 2019 ARV team visited supplementary education centers and conducted health related campaign about importance of hand wash in daily life and also distributed sanitary soaps and hand wash awareness cards to all the children

Provided school fee for 6 children and distrubuted school suppplies for 12 children in the elementary school.

In this quarter we conducted survey about the progress levels and the standards in the education of children, we are glad to share that 70 percent of the children are above average and getting A grades and rest of the 30 percent are average. Teachers are putting efforts towards below average children.

Invited expert in mathematics to all the centers to teach 14 hours exclusively mathematical techniques. 2 Women teachers interacted with the local communities and taught moral values for their children bright future.

one of the child presentation
one of the child presentation
Hand wash campaign
Hand wash campaign
Napkins and soaps distribution
Napkins and soaps distribution
teaching mathematics techniques
teaching mathematics techniques
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Children having fun
Children having fun

This quarter is special for children to learn mathematics. An expert in mathematics visited us and spent 8 hours to teach technics in doing mathematics. Children were responeded well and even enjyed with  fun.

25 children were participated in essay writing competitions on the event of Independence Day 15th August 2019, 1st and second prices received our children in the school

Mathematical expert visited two locations as a guest teacher and presented mathematical simple formulas and tips for quick response and calculations out of 80 children 20 are very active and grasped tips in the class

Children are participated map pointing class of Indian history, they learned historical events how and why so important to recognize and celebrate

Distributed leaflets on health education and sanitation. Children were thought on environmental issues and how to keep clean and green the surroundings for their healthy life

 Provided school fee for 9 children and they are going to school regularly.  Parents expressed their gratitude and thanked supporters of education.

Interacted with a poor family , motivated them to join school . The family was so happy being sent child back to school.

We are thankful to recurring donors for their kind contribution which is helping children timely.

Explaining mathes tips
Explaining mathes tips
Health education
Health education
Intracting with school droupout family
Intracting with school droupout family
History map pointing
History map pointing
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June 10th are schools reopened from summer vacation. Children started going to school , 230 children  are promoted to their next standards and 58  are passed with good grads. However,  children are started studying their subjects.

ARV provided school fee for 26 children, scholarship for 12 children and campaigned in 18 schools on health, education and moral values.

From 25th June 2019 we started hand wash campaign program, visited 12 schools and conducted awareness classes about the importance of hand wash and also distributed soaps to live healthy lives. About 5000 children were participated in the campaign.

Identified 8 volunteers who are expressed their willingness to teach children as they are all experienced and working in different schools. We are glad that some retired teachers are also joining with ARV to support the children in providing knowledge in their respective subjects.

We are glad that Mr. Aravind sai visited our office and project location on behalf of Globalgiving to share ideas and strengthen the project in implementation.

Most of the children asked to provide school supplies but not able to provide due to lack of resources. Still working hard to find resources locally to help the children.

At last we thankful to all the donors who are supporting monthly basis ( Recurring Donations) and running the project only with their support. If they don't support monthly we would not have continued the project.We are doing the best from what we have resources and hope this project will continue to bring change in the lives of children.

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Association of Relief Volunteers

Location: Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh - India
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Project Leader:
Ravi Kumar
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh India

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