Help provide 2 meals for approx. 240 Blind and Disabled Students-Blind Peoples Association, India
Help provide 2 meals for approx. 240 Blind and Disabled Students, INR 9000
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Overview

Blind People's Association (BPA) is a professional organization which believes in providing equal opportunities to all categories of people with disabilities. Consistent with the philosophy, it works for providing education, employment opportunities, equal rights and quality life for them.

How It Works

• BPA has several training programmes – weaving, tailoring, computer programming and hair/skin care.
• Poor/blind and disabled girls from rural areas are admitted into these programmes, where they stay in the hostel.
• They are provided with lunch and dinner as per Gujarati traditions at the BPA dining hall.
• The meals, bed linen and all other such amenities are provided free of cost.
• The hostel has blind and disabled women, who are pursuing education right from school to post graduate level.
• The girls are from different parts of Gujarat, and come to stay in the hostel to complete their education.
• They find this hostel very safe.
• Most of the girls are from very poor families, and are interested to become economically independent at the earliest.
• Education is a continuous process.
• Many girls may do college education and then join one of the courses or vice versa.
• New girls are also admitted to these various courses each year.
• They also have girls who are studying in normal schools but stay in the hostel.

Statistics

• 1 year – Duration of the Computer Programming Course and the Hair and Skin Care Course.
• 2 years – Duration of the Post Graduate Course
• 3 years – Duration of the Under Graduate Course and Physiotherapy Course

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Raw material expenses for preparing two meals 5000.00
Staff salaries 4000.00
Unit Price 9000
Quantity
Total 9000
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Providing Food for Blind & Disabled
Community people from a locality in Ahmedabad came to our organization to handover a blind boy named Kamlesh who was found helpless on the street. He had been crying and was starving. This boy is now staying in our campus and is happy. He is studying in 10th Grade and he want to become a physiotherapist.
We did all the legal procedure to adopt this child, after that we gave him admission in Blind School and now he is also getting lodging and boarding. He is happy even without his parents and plays with other children. We are providing the children Roti, Seasonal Vegetable, Rice, Dal, Curd, Salad and dessert at each meal
The boy is happy now as he feels that he has got family and is glad that he goes to school like normal children wearing a school dress and lives his life as other children.

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