Help children to get their own living place

by Prime Educational and Social Trust
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Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
Help children to get their own living place
New Year wishes
New Year wishes

New Year, new hopes and newer beginnings-All of us ardently wait for the clock to strike 12 and usher in the New Year. It's such a celebratory, positive time which keeps everyone in good spirits! And this New Year is no different!

We are sure that 2020 has been an emotionally testing and turbulent time, thanks to the pandemic, a lot of us are keeping our fingers crossed for 2022! There have been many learnings we got from the year-from safeguarding our health, being supportive of each other to spreading kindness and now, it's time to make some wishes anew and spread the holiday cheer.

While New Year's Day celebrations kick-off when the clock strikes midnight, New Year's Eve and Day are also special festivals which are celebrated differently across the world! From traditional customs, seeking blessings from elders, get-togethers and greetings, people from everywhere follow unique traditions to get the luck and good fortune ringing! For example, while some places see the illumination of lights, fireworks to mark the 'last holiday' of the year, in places like Japan and Spain, it's customary to eat special food items like soba noodles, grapes, lentils to usher in good luck.

As we step into 2022, it's important to make the right blessings, not take things for granted and spread the cheer with one another! It may be difficult for many to celebrate in person, but the right wishes and greetings can definitely make your loved ones' day and spread prosperity in the air!

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Christmas Celebrations at Janani Home
Christmas Celebrations at Janani Home

As the Christmas is nearing, the Janani Home gets all cleaning with the support of staff members and children. Decorative work and `Kolam` on the main entrance were made by the children. A crib is made and we are plannning to have the Suppose Christmas on 24th December 2021. 

We have put up a Christmas tree and decorated it with string lights on the tree by moving from the bottom ...
Hang stockings over the mantle. Traditionally, kids would hang their actual socks (stockings) over the mantle and St. Nickolas would fill them with coins ...
The children are pllanning to invite local children and neighbors. 
Christmas Celebrations at Janani Home
Christmas Celebrations at Janani Home
Christmas Celebrations at Janani Home
Christmas Celebrations at Janani Home
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Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid

Janani Home follows all the standard operating procedure to prevent spread of Covid at the house. The visitors are allowed to wash their hands and feet before entering into the house. 

Every week, the hose is sanitized with disinfectants. Some common disinfectants are bleach and alcohol solutions. We usually need to leave the disinfectant on the surfaces and objects for a certain period of time to kill the germs. Disinfecting does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs. Sanitizing could be done by either cleaning, disinfecting, or both.

Our staff members will clean all the area of the house such as office room, study hall, dining hall, dormitry, toilets, kitchen and reception. 

The report would be submitted to the Department of Women and Child every week and it is recorded in the register for verification of the officials. 

Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
Sanitizing children's home to prevent Covid
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Accommodation provided to our children
Accommodation provided to our children

Janani Home, a project by Prime Trust came into existence in 2013. Since, then, we are running the Home in rented builidngs. Since, the Child Care Centre is affiliated with the Department of Women and Child, we need to follow their guideliness in providing space for the children. 

By having a rented building, we pay a huge money on rent and maintence charges. The land lords keep on enhancing the rent every year making us into a difficult situation. 

Some times, we are forced to vacate the house and no one is willing to offer their house. It is very difficult to find a house as per the specification stipulated by the Department of Women and Child.  

Hence, we make a fervent appeal to all our well wishers and benefactors to help us to have our space. 

Janani Home accommodation
Janani Home accommodation
Janani Home accommodation
Janani Home accommodation
Accommodation provided to our children
Accommodation provided to our children
Our new premises for the children
Our new premises for the children
Janani Home accommodation
Janani Home accommodation
Accommodation provided to our children
Accommodation provided to our children

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Janani Home Building
Janani Home Building

Summary

This program aims to educate and empower children in slums and rural areas of Puducherry by offering evening remedial classes, counselling services, awareness and community-sensitizing programs.

 

Challenge

The government is trying to eradicate illiteracy and poverty through different programs. Sometimes, it is not reaching the unreached. The underprivileged children born into poverty and live in rural slums and rural villages are affected by a variety of societal challenges that prevents them from achieving their goals. For example, factors such as unemployment and alcoholism within the family, single parenthood, neglect and abandonment, force children to become labourers either during or after school. Illiterate parents can't assist in doing homework, worsening children's disinterest in education. Additionally, limited educational resources, poor infrastructure leave these children behind.

 

Solution

Educating young generation is one of the nation building activities. Nevertheless the initiatives taken up by the government, Prime Trust is keen to bring tangible change in the community by offering education to the children. Evening school is one such tool that would help us to achieve the goal. The schools educates through remedial classes and experiential learning. We will also frequently conduct awareness programs related to physical, psychological and social issues faced by children. We will also provide counselling services during these hours. We will also teach them their rights and how to access them. The evening school will provide children with a structured after school environment; helping them spend time in a productive way towards their education.

 

Long-Term Impact

The main goal is to empower and reenergize the children to make their dreams come true. The awareness generation programs and counselling services will address needs of the children. We hope that awareness about oneself and society will help these children to develop a strong personal identity paired with coping and life skills. In addition, we hope that the children take these lessons into their adulthood.

 

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Summary

This proposal is submitted to gain support from well-wishers to help our children to own a new building which provides them all required facilities and until then to pay rent for the existing building. As you know, Prime Trust is running the project for abandoned girl children since 2013. We have at present 10 children live in our home. They do not have their parents and dependent on us. The children are from the age group of 5-17. They get safe accommodation, food, education, and health car

Challenge

The government wants us to shift the children from the existing premises to a spacious building where the children can get all facilities as per the Juvenile Justice Act in India. Our licence to run the home might be cancelled if we do not provide a spacious building.

Solution

By raising support from our donors, we can move our children to a new rental building which has got all the required facilities.

Long-Term Impact

The new premises will provide a good ambiance and it will boost the moral of the children, provide all facilities needed.

Resourceswww.primetrust-org.in

https://www.facebook.com/Jananihomeforgirls

Janani Home-Dormitory
Janani Home-Dormitory

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Prime Educational and Social Trust

Location: Puducherry - India
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Twitter: @trust_prime
Project Leader:
Savarinathan Maria Arasu
Puducherry, Puducherry India
$3,578 raised of $420,000 goal
 
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