Education  India Project #24325

educate 3 orphan poor rural children

A microproject by Community Health, Housing and Social Education (CHHASE)
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children
educate 3 orphan poor rural children

Respected Donor 

Warm greetings from CHHASE.

Thank you for your generous contributions for the education to orphan children through esteemed organization GlobalGiving.

Your generous donation helped us to provide school fee, school kit,dresses etc to 3 orphan girls. We also provided food support to the girl children and to their grand mothers, who are looking after them.This provision can keep the children,school drop-out, starvation and save them from child labor.

One of our beneficiary child grand mother said " I am 80 years old. Due to my fate, My grand child lost parents and became helpless. Since then i am looking after her. my age is not permitting me to go for house keeping job.Now i am getting food groceries and my grand daughter's education support. I am thanking CHHASE and our donor for helping me and my grand daughter. Can i request you to help my grand child education till she completes 12th grade,I will include you and CHHASE in my daily prayers. Thank you for your generosity. "

CHHASE and children education

As part of the CHHASE activities, we are identifying the economically disadvantaged poor students in rural areas, where the students are becoming drop outs because of lack of timely educational support, uniforms, chappals, shoes and other needs. In our analysis most of the poor girl students in the High Schools are not attending schools regularly because of poverty, child labour, descrimination among the community. Some of the girls are forcedly sending by the hapless parents to the near by landlords houses to work as domestic servant maids, to take care of the small baby children. 

The Girl Children age group is between 10 year to 16 years and studying from 6th to 12th standard. We are motivating the Girls and Poor parents about the education importance, disadvantages of illeteracy in the evening times. Mean while we are providing Education material support Note books, Test papers, Scale, Compass Box, Shoes, Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Writing Pad, Colour Pencils, Sketches, etc to these economically deprived poor girl children. With this timely educational support the students are motivated and attending school regularly with out any hurdels. 

Thank you for your kind continuing support for the economically deprived children. 

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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
Tiruvallur District, Tamilnadu India

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