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Committed Communities Development Trust

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Children
Telephone:
022-66881900
Website:
www.ccdtrust.org
Address: Committed Communities Development Trust, # 42 Chapel Road, Ground Floor, Bandra West, Mumbai - 400050
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Aligned to the following Sustainable Development Goals

Who We Are

CCDT has been working with the most marginalized and vulnerable communities across Maharashtra and has gone to the last mile to reach children and families in crisis. Over the last 3 decades CCDT has impacted the lives of more than 2 million individuals through its various programmes and interventions.

CCDT employs rights-based and needs-based approaches to empower the most deprived communities, and consequently facilitates sustainable social change. These approaches build on our strategic partnerships, anchored over the years, with the continual involvement and contribution of our donors, strategic partners and stakeholders in our quest to achieving the goal of equality and justice for all children in the context of their families.

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CCDT through Residential Care Program (RCP) aims to work towards overcoming the crisis faced by children and their families and reintegrating them back into the communities/families they belong to. CCDT implements a comprehensive Residential Care Program that restores a wholesome childhood through health and nutritional care, psychosocial support, education, sports, recreation, family life values and personality development. Residential Care Program addresses crisis situations in the life of orphaned and vulnerable children.
Goal - Restoring a wholesome childhood to children in crisis, providing opportunities for their growth and development till they are either reintegrated with their family, or extended family, or start living ingroup-homes or on their own.

Fund Utilization in 2020

Total funds raised in 2020 - INR 140250

Project NameCCDT - Residential Care Program
Amount Utilized (INR)140250
Project Descriptionunder CCDT Residential Care Program have supported five Centres that work with over 61 children who are either orphans or infected/affected with HIV/AIDS with a single parent or extended families. Fund Raise through TMM was utilised for childres Education, Nutrition and Medical support.The project ensurrs the overall personality development of the children by providing its intense support services to the children. These include counseling and health, Comprehensive education, Recreation and sports, Future planning, Legal aid in matters of property inheritance disputes and reintegration and follow-up of children.
LocationsMumbai City > Maharashtra (MH)
CausesEducation > School / career counselling,Education > School / career counselling,Health > Medical Support
Beneficiary GroupChildren
Beneficiary DescriptionCentre– Boys- Grils- Total Ashray Bandra ( age 2 to 12) – 12 Boys , 18 Girls= Total 30 Ankur- Badlapur ( age 13 to 18) - 16 Girls Aakar- Khandala- ( age 13 to 18 ) 8 Boys Umang –Mahalaxmi ( age 18- 21) 3 Boys Transit Home- Badlapur ( Age 18-21) Grils Total Children supported under RCP 61
Impact• Acts as a safety-net to ensure that disintegration of families, death of parents, desertion by family caregivers and resulting destitution do not affect the well-being of children.
• Prevents abuse, exploitation, and discrimination of orphan and vulnerable children
• Provided an environment that is conducive to the healthy growth and development of children
• Creates an enabling environment to develop responsible, confident, and self-relient individuals
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Education 50
2 Nutrition 61
3 Counselling 61
4 Health 61

Fund Utilization in 2019

Total funds raised in 2019 - INR 56000

Project NameCCDT - HBC Programme
Amount Utilized (INR)56000
Project DescriptionThe CCDT- Home Based Care Team based on the category of the family provides supplementary nutrition once in the month in the form of a ‘comfort bag’ costing Rs. 300 each to manage the week where all their supplies may be exhausted. Most of the family members, primarily daily wage earners, are unable to attend their work regularly due to intermittent bouts of HIV related illness. The comfort bag contains food supplements suggested by the doctor and nutritionist. The project conducted nutrition education and demonstration of low-cost nutritional recipes with all families. Each family was given customized diet plan.

Each comfort bag consists of:
1. Nachni (Ragi)- 500 gm @ Rs. 22
2. Soyabean- 250 gm @Rs.20
3. Fortune Sunflower Oil- 1 litre @Rs.90
4. Poha- 500 gm @Rs.25
5. Lapsi- 500 gm @Rs.22
6. Matki (Moth beans)- 250 gm @Rs.17
7. Jaggery- 250 gm @Rs.17
8. Moong Dal (green gram dal)- 200 gm @Rs.20
9. Groundnut- 250 gm @Rs.30
10. Boiled rice old Masuri- 500 gm @Rs.16
11. Chana (Bengal gram whole)- 250 gm @Rs.21

Key activities
• Referral and networking visits for identification of cases and other services
• Enrolment of families and Children for Care and Support - Based on need assessment, the families are registered under the “A”, “B”, “C” “D” Category for Care and Support

Services for optimum and customized intervention
• Provision of Support Services - Psychological and/or Emotional
• Nutrition Support of HIV infected affected families
LocationsMumbai City > Maharashtra (MH),Mumbai suburban > Maharashtra (MH)
CausesHealth > Nutrition,Health > Maternal & Child Health,Health > Mental Health ,Health > Others
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women,Others
Beneficiary DescriptionBeneficiaries • Families, individuals and children impacted by HIV/AIDS • Families who are economically disadvantaged and cannot afford the basics • Lack of awareness regarding HIV/AIDS and related issues • HIV positive pregnant women • They are generally from the daily wage category
ImpactOver 8,000 families have been served through this program. The project is being implemented directly by CCDT in the 24 wards of Mumbai. This Program (HBC) – reached out to 10018 children infected/affected by HIV/AIDS in 2017-2018 alone. Through the funds received from the TMM initiative 185 families were provided with Nutrition Care and Support in the form of the Comfort Bag.
The goal of the project is to make families, individuals, and particularly children, infected and affected by HIV/AIDS become self-reliant so that they can cope with the impact of HIV/AIDS in their lives and live life positively.
Broadly, the objectives of Home-based Care are:
To mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on families, individuals and children through care and support
To address incidences of stigma and discrimination related to HIV/AIDS
To capacitate families and individuals to become self-reliant and that they do not succumb to the infection
Beneficiaries
• Families, individuals and children impacted by HIV/AIDS
• Families who are economically disadvantaged
• Lack of awareness regarding HIV/AIDS and related issues
• HIV positive pregnant women
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Psychological and/or Emotional Support: 185 families
2 Capacity Building of families and children 185 families
3 Nutrition Support (Comfort Bag distribution) 185 families
4 Medical Support As and when required
5 Formation of Support groups As and when required

Fund Utilization in 2018

Total funds raised in 2018 - INR 39450

Project NameHome Based Care Program
Amount Utilized (INR)39450
Project DescriptionSupplement the nutrition requirements of the families infected/impacted by HIV/AIDS who are covered under the HBC Program through the Comfort Bag. Most of the family members, primarily daily wage earners, are unable to attend their work regularly due to intermittent bouts of HIV related illness. Nutritional support will be provided based on the category of the family in the form of a ‘comfort bag’ each to manage the week when all their supplies may be exhausted. The comfort bag will contain food supplements suggested by the doctor and nutritionist.

Objectives
• Ensure children do not go to bed hungry
• Supplement the family’s nutrition
LocationsMumbai City > Maharashtra (MH)
CausesHealth > Nutrition
Impact4,493 Families registered in 2017-2018
10,018 Children served in 2017-2018
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Distribution of comfort bags in April 2018 300
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