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Let's READ - Support Children Living on the Streets

Let's READ is United Way Mumbai's campaign to reach out to 5000 underprivileged children and provide them with the opportunity to experience the joy of reading.

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HOLY FAITH HEALTH & EDUCATION RESEARCH ORGANISATION Registred under the societies registration Act XXI 1860 Regd No: 853 +91 967629708 holyfaithero@ H.No:7-227(18)- sujatha nagar- 8th lane-ONGOLE-prakasam district – Andhra Pradesh- India-523002 PROJECT TITLE: “MOTHER THERESSA” SKILL AND TAILLORING 1. Name and full postal address of the head office of the organization : HOLY FAITH HEALTH & EDUCATION RESEARCH ORGANISATION 2. Title of the proposed project. “MOTHER THERESSA” SKILL AND TAILLORING 3.Target Area ONGOLE ,TANGUTUR,SINGARAYAKONDA, ULAVAPADU,KANDUKURU,KONDIP,PONNALURU Mandals of prakasam district.AndhraPradesh,India. 4. Target people Women and Adolescents girls. 5. Duration of the project. Three months.(Each Mandal one batch) 30 women- one batch 7 Mandals= each mandal= 3 months 6.Budget of the project. Three months-30 women- one batch= $ 33732 7 Mandals X $ 33732 = $ 236124 Grand Total = $ 236124 7.Own or rented building Rented building 8. Objectives of the Proposed Project Objective 1: To empower and build skills of poor women in Tailoring & Embroidery Objective 2: To enhanced self employment and self-reliance amongst the poor women. 5) Outline of the project (activity items, schedule etc): Poverty remains a mill- stone over the necks of Prakasam district rural poor SC/ST & other women from deprived communities despite of hardworking creative with their hands, intelligent and forward-looking. They have an aptitude to learn quickly and an enthusiasm to earn with dignity. Thus as a poverty alleviation endeavor, the project envisages to support such women and youths who are keen and willing to better their family status and income by undertaking suitable self - employment schemes in a collective manner since collective strength compensates for individual weakness. Holy Faith has mobilized villagers to discuss their problems and come up with solutions, and has designed in preparing this project proposal with full participation of the village communities. The training will be conducted in two blocks planning 3 months period. This includes both in the classrooms on the training centre, and on the placement for practical field work. In the first year, we will be organizing 7 batches of 3 months each, with 30 women (30 women in each batch). As a part of practical field work, each trainee will have to implement/execute an action plan which they would have already prepared, during the training period. 9. Outline of the project (activity items, schedule etc): Tailoring & Embroidery: The beneficiary rural women are excellent craftsmen and designs of the products are very pleasing to tern. Embroidery glass inlay work on table liner, bed line, children women's clothing, and cushion covers etc. Tailoring & embroidery will be promoted as income generating for the women from different existing SHGs. For training on this activity, require a work shed, sewing /embroidery machines /wooden tables and frames, some furniture, raw material etc, which would be procured including training centre and work shed. In the training, skill inputs will emphasis on; • Designing • Measurement • Cutting • Stitching • Embroidering • Cloth painting/ dyeing They will be imparted training on to make different type of items like; • Children dress • Ladies dresses • Men dresses • Bag making • Bed sheets • Pillow, cushion, mused • Saris' cover, blouse cover, sofa cover etc Training will also enhance the capacity on: • Marketing aspects • Sampling and quality control • SHGs and cooperative of tailoring unit • Management of SHGs/cooperative  To contribute towards development of Women. Budget / Cost Budget head 1.Trainer / Resource person, resource material and Training tools a)Trainer/ course Coordinator Rs 14000x3 months( 1 batch of 1 month each) Rs. 42000/- b)Training/ Production of resource @500x30 women(For 30 women in each batch) Rs. 15000/- c)Mobilization, Selection of trainees @ Rs 500x30 women ( For 30 women in each batch) Rs.15000/- d)Training tools (tailoring & embroidery machines, accessories, furniture etc.) Rs.50000/- 2. Training centre charges Rent for training centre building @ Rs 8000x3 months Rs.24000/- 3. Follow-up, placement and linkages/travel allowance to trainees @ Rs 400 per monthx30 women (30 women in one batch)x3 months Rs.36000/- 4. Electricity : For one month Rs.1000 For 3 months Rs.1000x3 months Rs.3000/- 5. Water : For one day water cost is Rs 20 For one month water cost is Rs 600 For 3 months water cost is Rs 600x 3 months 1800/- 6. Cleaning : For one months cleaning cost is Rs 200 For 3 months cleaning cost is Rs 200x 3 months Rs.600/- --------------- TOTAL—Rs.187400 ---------------- 7. Administration / Organisation management Cost( about 10.0% of the total budget ) Rs.18740/- --------------------------------- GRAND TOTAL Rs.168660 ------------------------------------ One Batch (30 women) = Rs 168660 =$ 33732 For 7 Batches (210 women ) = 7x Rs Rs.168660= Rs 1180620 Amount in Dollars = $ 236124 5. Objectives of the Organization :  To contribute towards development of Women.  Administration of Ballade, Crèches, Schools etc.  To create awareness about Family Planning, Plantation, Drug abuses etc.  To do campaign against Dowry System.  To make efforts to improve status of Poor, Marginalized and Tribal Women and Children’s.  To organize various training programs like Stitching, Block Printing, Bamboo Craft Work, Jeweler Making, Broom and Basket making, cooking etc. for women welfare.  To run institution and organize activities for promotion of Formal, Non Formal, Vocational, Health, Technical Management, Social Science, Rural Technology.  To organize activities for promotion of Adult Education, Literacy and Continue Education etc.  To educate community towards Environment Protection, Population Stabilization, Rural Development, Health, Welfare of Children, Women and Adults etc.  To organize Training, Education, Research, Survey for Science and Technology.  To organize programs and activities for promotion of Culture, Music, Folk Art, Literature, History, Archeology, Sports and Social Services etc.  To do programs with creativity for different National Issues and Development.  To do work in the area of eradication of social stigma and drug abuses and work against dowry system and child marriages.  To do welfare and developmental work for disabled, weaker, older and persons without shelter, victims and exploited persons.  To do work in integrated rural development along with protection, conservation of irrigation equipments, construction of water ponds etc. with the help of government and society. The organization is registered Under societies Registration Act Para XXI of 1860, for charitable activities with a special concern on the development of women and children from deprived communities Registration number 853/97 a. Date of registration 02-12-1997 b. FCRA Registration no: 010330194 Brief History of the Organization Holy faith is a voluntary organization that was set up in with the aim of empowerment of women in Prakasam District. With the passage of time the scope of its work widened. At present the organization is working with various other organizations the field education, health, vocational training on various trades and other social issues etc. affairs are run by a 7 member management committee that holds its meetings from time to time. The responsibility of its daily administrative affairs and conducting various activities lies with the President, Secretary and Treasurer of the organization.It has its headquarters in Ongole, Prakasam district where infrastructure facilities such as abuilding, computer and other facilities required to available. . Key words: 1. Deprived/Destitute rural women 2. It is use full poorest of poor women 3. To help un-Employs women 4. To help SC/ST and other women 5. Who are the earning member is alcohol addicts families women 6. To help widows. HOLY FAITH HEALTH & EDUCATION RESEARCH ORGANISATION Rgistred under the societies registration Act XXI 186 Regd No: 853/97 +91 9676297089 holyfaithero@ H.No:7-227(18)- sujath nagar- 8th lane-ONGOLE-prakasam district – Andhra Pradesh- India-523002 Demographics-Ongole As of 2011 census, the mandal had a population of 253,122. The total population constitute, 126,983 males and 126,139 females —a sex ratio of 993 females per 1000 males. 24,500 children are in the age group of 0–6 years, of which 12,635 are boys and 11,865 are girls —a ratio of 939 per 1000. The average literacy rate stands at 79.91% with 182,682 literates.[1] Demographics of Tangutur Mandal Telugu is the Local Language here. Total population of Tangutur Mandal is 58,871 living in 14,593 Houses, Spread across total 31 villages and 18 panchayats . Males are 29,423 and Females are 29,448 Demographics-singarayakonda As of 2011 census, the mandal had a population of 65,784. The total population constitute, 32,495 males and 33,289 females —a sex ratio of 1024 females per 1000 males. 6,937 children are in the age group of 0–6 years, of which 3,597 are boys and 3,340 are girls —a ratio of 929 per 1000. The average literacy rate stands at 79.91% with 38,145 literates Demographics of Ulavapadu Mandal Telugu is the Local Language here. Total population of Ulavapadu Mandal is 50,375 living in 12,100 Houses, Spread across total 50 villages and 12 panchayats . Males are 25,556 and Females are 24,819 Demographics -kandukuru As of 2014 India census,[4] Kandukur had a population of 1,85,120. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Kandukur has an average literacy rate of 63%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 72%, and female liter55%. In Kandukuru, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age .Demographics of Kondapi Mandal Telugu is the Local Language here. Total population of Kondapi Mandal is 36,412 living in 8,442 Houses, Spread across total 41 villages and 19 panchayats . Males are 18,283 and Females are 18,129 Demographics of Zarugumilli Mandal Telugu is the Local Language here. Total population of Zarugumilli Mandal is 41,224 living in 9,505 Houses, Spread across total 47 villages and 20 panchayats . Males are 20,911 and Females are 20,313 MANDALS FEMALES 1. ONGOLE 1,26,139 2. TANGUTURU 29,448 3. SINGARAYAKONDA 33,289 4. ULAVAPADU 24,819 5. KANDUKURU 39,59 6. KONDAPI 18,129 7. ZARUGUMALLI 20,313 --------------- TOTAL FEMALES 2, 91, 736 ---------------- Chief functionary G.NageswaraRao.

Project Details

Shelter Don Bosco aims to provide immediate and short-term services to children living on the streets at all times and at all levels. The Organisation endeavours to offer the children specialised attention and holistic development opportunities by creating an atmosphere of learning through recreation as well as education. These children have little access to books to entertain and educate them.

Our helping hand can kindle the love of reading in their minds.

Target: 200 Children. 5 Mini-Libraries. 1750 Books.

About Me

BRIEF HISTORY OF CHIEF FUNCTIONARY G.NAGESWARA RAO. Gujjarlamudi Nageswara Rao S/O Bramhaiah was born at Chinthalapudi (Village),Ponnur(Mandalem)-Guntur(District)-Andhra Pradesh-India-523124. Since 1983 He was Completed BA Degree course in PBN Degree college in Nidubrolu and also NFE training course will also completed. He worked as a NFE teacher in 7 years. Since, 1990 He was working in so many organizations as a Social worker. He Participate Medical camps ,environmental programmes and especiallymicrofinance programme. He was established “HOLY FAITH HEALTH&EDUCATION RESEARCH ORGANISATION” Regd.No :853/97 on 2-12-1997 in Prakasam(dist). Holy faith was working coastal area of ongole and surrounding 12 mandals. Holy Faith was conduct 1)HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme. 2) School 3) Midday Meal 4) Nutrition food 5) Creache &Balwadi 6)Capacity building ofSHGs Generating bargaining power through training women SHG’s. 7) Immunization programme 8) Pulse Polio Programme. 9) Distribution of clothes to leprosy people. 10) Shelter homes to Orphan Leprosy people. 11) Distribution of medicines to aged. 12) Upliftment of below poverty line. 13) Rural Development Programme. 14) Education Programme. 15) Drinking water facility. 16) Income generation Programme. 17)Sanitation.These are the programmes did by “HOLY FAITH HEALTH& EDUCATION RESEARCH ORGANISATION.” Chief Functionary G.Nageswara Rao




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