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OSCAR (Organization for Social Change Awareness & Responsibility) Foundation

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Address: Office No. 104, 1st Floor, Varma Chamber, 11 Homji Street, Near Horniman Circle, Fort, Mumbai - 400001 Maharashtra, India.

Aligned to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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The Football for development programme reaches out to children and youth between 7 to 16 years. Our Football Programme is at the heart of our intervention in low-income communities. Based on ‘No School, No Football’, OSCAR provides football and life skills sessions to children from low-income backgrounds as long as they attend school regularly. Through our coaches and a network of OSCAR Young Leaders, we reach out to 24 low-income communities across 4 cities. Weekly football sessions help our children develop their football skills and enable our trainers to teach key life skills including leadership, problem-solving and teamwork whilst raising awareness on pertinent social issues including child marriage, health and hygiene practices and gender discrimination.

Objectives of Programme
• Ensuring children stay in school by using football as a motivator
• Impart football skills and deliver life skills modules through football sessions
• Engaging community through parents meetings and home visits
• Providing platforms where children can boost their confidence through various activities such as tournaments, annual events, exposure visits.

Project deliverables
This project will support the 4 batches of younger kids from Mumbai, a group of 30-35 children each batch. The age group of 7 to 12 and it's an ongoing project. Children will have access to different activities and exposures such as
1. Regular Football and life skill sessions are conducted. Yearly 36 sessions are delivered on football and life skills. Every group will have 2 coaches.
2. Football skill test Pre and post to evaluate the progress of the children
Parents Meeting and home visit - twice a year parents meeting and a home visit is conducted to engage parents and update them about OSCAR programmes and their children's progress and development.
3. Children Meeting- Quarterly children meetings are conducted to review the progress of children, understand their performance at school and address any problems they may be having
4. Outdoor Exposures/Visits - Various outdoor activities and visits are organised where children get opportunities to visit and LIVE watches such as IPL, ISL, field visits etc.
5. Events & tournament - Every team/ batch participates in different local football tournaments and internal tournaments such as International Women Day, Annual Football Day, etc. Few children get opportunities to play for I-League

Monitoring & Evaluation - To ensure effective implementation of programmes, activities coaches maintain hard copies, records of sessions reports. To see that data is captured accurately OSCAR inputs the data in the UPSHOT software to monitor the outcomes and impact.

Fund Utilization in 2023

Total funds raised in 2023 - INR 11584009

Project NameFootball & Life Skills
Amount Utilized (INR)2500000
Project DescriptionOSCAR Foundation believes the core values inherent in football are principles necessary for community development. Based on our ‘No School, No Football’ policy, OSCAR Foundation provides football and life skills sessions to children from underprivileged backgrounds on the condition that they attend school regularly. Football and Life-Skills sessions are delivered based on an in-house curriculum that imparts socio-emotional learning, value education and physical activity.
LocationsYadgir > Karnataka (KA),Jhunjhunu > Rajasthan (RJ),Mumbai City > Maharashtra (MH)
CausesEducation > Non formal education,Education > Sports education
Beneficiary GroupChildren
Beneficiary DescriptionThe OSCAR Foundation's beneficiaries span the age range of 8 to 18 years, encompassing 2894 males and 1379 females, for a cumulative count of 4273. Emerging from marginalized communities in underserved regions, these children bring with them diverse backgrounds and life experiences. These youngsters are particularly susceptible to negative influences, which could lead them down paths of engaging in anti-social activities, becoming ensnared in addictive behaviors such as gambling and alcohol consumption. These vulnerabilities often result in school dropout rates or irregular attendance. Nonetheless, the OSCAR Foundation stands as a beacon of hope, guiding these beneficiaries towards constructive avenues and fostering their resilience to transcend the hurdles they face. Despite confronting formidable challenges, they share a common goal of shaping a more promising tomorrow.
ImpactIn Karnataka, a total of 290 sessions were held, including 99 dedicated to life skills training. The participant count reached 884, with 43.67% being female and 56.33% male. Mumbai saw a more extensive engagement, with 951 sessions, out of which 291 were focused on life skills. The total participants in Mumbai amounted to 3130, comprising 30.26% females and 69.74% males. Rajasthan conducted 118 sessions, exclusively non-life skill sessions, engaging a total of 262 participants, of which 17.94% were female and 82.06% male. Across all locations, the grand total of sessions conducted stood at 1359, with 390 being life skill sessions. The overall participants numbered 4273, with a gender distribution of 32.27% female and 67.73% male.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Football Sessions 1359
2 Life Skill Sessions 390
3 Capacity Building Trainings 5
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Saikat Dutta
Lakshman Sethuraman
Ashok Rathod
Ashok Rathod
United Way Of Mumbai
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