Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.

by Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE)
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Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Train Women to Earn & Live. Break poverty.
Distribution of new dresses
Distribution of new dresses

Respected Donor,
Greetings from CHHASE India !

Because of COVID-19 & continuous lockdowns and 2nd wave Pandemic Coronavirus many of the poor families and daily wage laborers lost their jobs. They are earning insufficient income for their family at least for basic needs and also continuous heavy rains ruined the day to day life of these unfortunate. In this critical juncture CHHASE India decided to serve them by providing livelihood trainings, new dresses & school bags, note books etc to tribal and under privileged children and also by distributing food groceries in time for their family survival.

With your support, we have provided sewing training to 60 poor women to learn and earn. During February, march and april,2022, we have provided 250 tribal and under privileged children with new dresses to keep them hygiene and increase their confidence and 500 families were provided ration kits to maintain their families without starvation. And we are also providing monthly food groceries to 78 neglected elders, care & support to 57 neglected elders. 550 underprivileged children were provided with school bags, note books, pen, pencil, eraser etc. This provision will keep our children without dropout. A few photos attached for your view

We are thankful for our donors, who gave opportunity to work for Covid Relief work. With your donations we are feeding the hungry homeless, elders, daily wage labors by donating food and provisions kits. The key beneficiaries in this group are Rural poor, daily wage workers, slum dwellers, auto drivers, construction labor, labor from market yards and other locations. Relief Support included 5 Kg Rice, 1Kg Sugar, 1kg Salt, 2 Ltr Oil, 2 KG Atta, 2 Kg Dal, 2 Soaps,2 washing soaps,1/2 kg tamarind, other condiments, Hand wash, Masks, Sanitizers in equivalent of Rs.2750.

CHHASEthanking all our monthly recurring donors. Such donations are our strength and it is pushing our projects to success.

We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it.

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program.

Best Wishes,
Team CHHASE India.....
Stay Healthy & Keep Physical Distancing!!

Sewing training
Sewing training
Distribution of uniform, School bag and school kit
Distribution of uniform, School bag and school kit
Distribution of uniform, School bag and school kit
Distribution of uniform, School bag and school kit
Neglected elders meal program
Neglected elders meal program
Distribution of food groceries to neglected elders
Distribution of food groceries to neglected elders
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sewing training
sewing training

Respected Donor,
Greetings from CHHASE India !

Because of COVID-19 & continuous lockdowns and 2nd wave Pandemic Coronavirus many of the poor families and daily wage labourers lost their jobs. They are earning insufficient income for their family at least for basic needs. In this critical juncture CHHASE India decided to serve them by providing livelihood trainings, new dresses to tribal and under privileged children and also by distributing food, groceries in time for their family survival.

With your support, we are providing sewing training to 60 poor women to learn and earn. During this month, we have provided 250 tribal and under privileged children with new dresses to increase their confidence and 500 families were provided ration kits to maintain their families without starvation. And we are also providing monthly food groceries to 78 neglected elders, care & support to 57 neglected elders. A few photos attached for your view

We are thankful for our donors, who gave opportunity to work for Covid Relief work. With your donations we are feeding the hungry homeless, elders, daily wage labors by donating food and provisions kits. The key beneficiaries in this group are Rural poor, daily wage workers, slum dwellers, auto drivers, construction labor, labor from market yards and other locations. Relief Support included 5 Kg Rice, 1Kg Sugar, 1kg Salt, 2 Ltr Oil, 2 KG Atta, 2 Kg Dal, 2 Soaps,2 washing soaps,1/2 kg tamarind, other condiments, Hand wash, Masks, Sanitizers in equivalent of Rs.2750.

CHHASEthanking all our monthly recurring donors. Such donations are our strength and it is pushing our projects to success.

We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it.

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program.

Best Wishes,
Team CHHASE India.....
Stay Healthy & Keep Physical Distancing!!

sewing training
sewing training
sewing training
sewing training
Distribution of new dresses
Distribution of new dresses
Distribution of new dresses
Distribution of new dresses
Distribution of new dresses
Distribution of new dresses
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Dear Donor/ supporter !

CHHASE, our staff and our community wish you “ HAPPY PONGAL ”. A festival of thanks giving in Tamil Nadu.

About “PONGAL”

According to tradition, the festival marks the end of winter season and the start of the sun's six-month-long journey northwards when the sun enters the zodiac Makara (Capricorn). The festival is named after the ceremonial "Pongal", which means "to boil, overflow" and refers to the traditional dish prepared from the new harvest of rice boiled in milk with jaggery (raw sugar). To mark the festival, the pongal sweet dish is prepared, first offered to the gods and goddesses (goddess Pongal), followed sometimes with an offering to cows, and then shared by the family. Festive celebrations include decorating cows and their horns, ritual bathing and processions. It is traditionally an occasion for decorating rice-powder based Kolam artworks, offering prayers in the home, temples, getting together with family and friends, and exchanging gifts to renew social bonds of solidarity.

Pongal is one of the most important festivals celebrated by Tamil people in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, AndhraPradesh, Telengana and puducherry in India. It is also a major Tamil festival in Srilanka. It is observed by the Tamil diaspora worldwide, including those in Malaysia, Mauritius, South Africa, Singapore, United states, United kingdom and Canada. 

The festival's most significant practice is the preparation of the traditional "pongal" dish. It utilizes freshly harvested rice, and is prepared by boiling it in milk and raw cane sugar (jaggery). Sometimes additional ingredients are added to the sweet dish, such as: Cardamom, raisins, Green gram and cashew nuts. Other ingredients include coconut and ghee.

CHHASEthanking all our monthly recurring donors. Such donations are our strength and it is pushing our projects to success.
We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at vincentpaul610@hotmail.com

Many thanks again for your support!!

Many Regards

Team CHHASE India.....
Stay Healthy & Keep Physical Distancing!!

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Respected Donor,
Greetings from CHHASE India !

Because of continuous lockdowns and 2nd wave Pandemic Coronavirus many of the poor families and daily wage labourers lost their jobs. They are earning insufficient income for their family at least for basic needs. Many were afraid of Covid vaccines, our nonprofit gave awareness about vaccination. Also In this critical juncture CHHASE India decided to serve them by distributing food, groceries in time for their family survival and we have started livelihood program for those who lost their jobs.

With your support, we have provided sewing machines to poor women, who are now able to earn at least rupees 500 daily, which is sufficient to feed their family, meet the expense of medical bills.

MADHUMITHA STORY

One of beneficiary said” My name is Madhumitha. I have 3 sons, one daughter and my husband. Before lockdowns, my husband worked as a security guard and he lost his job during lockdowns. We suffered a lot without income. I came to know that CHHASE NGO is providing free sewing training. With the help of CHHASE NGO, I got training in sewing and received a new sewing machine.

I have selected a place for my sewing business in my village. Now I have started sewing business and earning Rupees 600 daily since there is no tailor in my village. Now I am able to feed my family and we are happy even during this pandemic. Thank you for helping me.”    

We are thankful for our donors, who gave opportunity to work for Covid Relief work. With your donations we are feeding the hungry homeless, elders, daily wage labors by donating food and provisions kits. We have committed to help and feed the appetite of the needy but we will soon be falling short but until then we keep doing what we started. A token system was introduced and issued to the families which are hurting the most and were validated at 6AM many places in our project areas of Tamil nadu to distribute the groceries and essentials. The key beneficiaries in this group are Rural poor, daily wage workers, slum dwellers, auto drivers, construction labor, labor from market yards and other locations. Relief Support included 5 Kg Rice, 1Kg Sugar, 1kg Salt, 2 Ltr Oil, 2 KG Atta, 2 Kg Dal, 2 Soaps,2 washing soaps,1/2 kg tamarind, other condiments, Hand wash, Masks, Sanitizers in equivalent of Rs.2750.

CHHASEthanking all our monthly recurring donors. Such donations are our strength and it is pushing our projects to success.

We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it.
We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at vincentpaul610@hotmail.com

Many thanks again for your support!!

Many Regards

Team CHHASE India.....

Stay Healthy & Keep Physical Distancing!!

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Distribution of uniform, School bag and school kit
Distribution of uniform, School bag and school kit

Respected Donor !

CHHASE is working for ''Down trodden communities development'' and is always taking new steps for that. From time to time we see the impact stories from ground by our feedback forms.one of these Beneficiary's story is shared in this report.

Meet with Meenakshi......!!

Hello everyone! My name is Meenakshi (Name Changed) and I am 14 years old. I am studying in rural school and I am in 9th standard. I belong to a small village and my mother is housewife and my father does farming labor on someone’s land. I have also a younger brother who is 7 years old. From last year, I came to know about the corona virus as my schools were closed and lockdown was started by the government at every place. All the people were told to be at house in order to be safe from the novel corona virus. This year when the school reopened, I saw my school dress, they were short as I grew from the last 1.5 years. I was not even able to wear the dress. I told this to my father but then my father told me that he is not able to purchase new dress for me as we had faced so many problems in the lockdown and my father took loans from many people in order to feed the family and now he is paying back the loans he took. I was not able to go to school because of this.

CHHASE visited my house, they said that they got my name and address with the help of school administration and enquired why I was dropout of school. They took the baseline survey of me and saw my family’s poor financial condition. Then they told my family that they heard that I am not coming to school and this was because I was not having proper school dress and school kit. The CHHASE team members then took my school dress size and then the CHHASE team members said that they will be coming back after few days. After few days the CHHASE team members called me to school where they had organized the School kit & school dress distribution program. I was also given the school dress and school kit for free by the CHHASE team members. The whole program was done while following all the covid-19 safety protocols.
 
I was very happy to see the school dress and school kit because now I will be able to go to school without any problem. I went back to my home and showed the school dress and school kit to my family and then they were also smiling as all this was given to me for free. They told me to study better and always do good things as when you do good things then good things return to you too. My school mates were also very happy when they saw me coming back to school. Now I will be going school every day as now I am having school dress of my size to wear and school shoes of my size to wear. I and my family thanked the CHHASE team for identifying and providing relief to me. I will be always studying hard to become successful so that this thing could not happen to me twice.

All these happened with the help of Organization & Donors. So, I thank from bottom of my heart.

CHHASEthanking all our monthly recurring donors. Such donations are our strength and it is pushing our projects to success.

We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it.
We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at vincentpaul610@hotmail.com

Many thanks again for your support!!

Many Regards

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Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE)

Location: Tiruvallur District, Tamilnadu - India
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Project Leader:
Vincent paul Bellamkonda
Director
Tiruvallur, Tamil Nadu India
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