Educate a poor, physically disabled child or a girl child for a year-Kidpower India
Educate a poor, physically disabled child or a girl child for a year, INR 3950
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Kidpower supports poor girl children and disabled children through a network of schools catering to slum children in Visakhapatnam. This support is given as and when Kidpower receives funding for it.

How It Works

• Kidpower along with the school management identifies a few children who might drop out of school or are unable to pay the fees because of their poor financial situation.
• Once funding is received, Kidpower staff or volunteers visit the home of the child to ascertain the family situation and the need.
• Then Kidpower pays the school fees directly to the school (a copy of the receipt is given to the parents).
• The school uniform, books, bag, etc. are handed over to the children in school.
• Since these children are already in school, the NGO’s only condition is that the parents not pull them out of school mid-year.
• They usually try and support the same child year after year depending on the number of donations that come in.
• The school provides a volunteer to assist Kidpower staff.
• The school volunteer prepares an initial list and gives it to the staff of Kidpower.
• The educational material is purchased from a central market and brought to Kidpower office.
• It is organized in bags and provided to the children.
• Kidpower has tied up with a tailor who will visit the school, take measurements and deliver the uniform at school.
• Kidpower pays him for the uniforms.
• The staff make regular visits to the school and home to ensure that the child does not drop out of school and is motivated to do well.

How It Works

• 10-12 – Number of children supported by Kidpower through this programme

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
1 year fee paid to the school 3000.00
1 set school uniform & school bag 500.00
Mentoring staff Cost 240.00
Notebooks and stationery 185.00
Administration cost 25.00
Unit Price 3950
Quantity
Total 3950
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Prasanna – Happy and Confident
Bhupathiraju Prasanna is 8 years old and is from Yendada, Visakhapatnam. Her father died three years back. Her mother works as a helper in an office and her income is not sufficient to meet basic needs and education of Prasanna and her brother. Prasanna fees is not paid and she might soon drop out of school.
Bhupathiraju Prasanna is 8 years old and is from Yendada, Visakhapatnam. Her father died three years back. Her mother works as a helper in an office and her income is not sufficient to meet basic needs and education of Prasanna and her brother. Prasanna fees is not paid and she might soon drop out of school.
Prasanna is a clever and healthy girl. She likes singing, dancing and playing games. She is happy that she can go to school. She is now studying in 3rd grade in Malatamba Vidyanikethan, Visakhapatnam. When she grows up, she wants to become a doctor.

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