Sponsor clothing and school supplies for a poor child in school-Manuvikasa
Sponsor clothing and school supplies for a poor child in school, INR 1800
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Manuvikasa is committed to educating children from impoverished circumstances. They have started an initiative to this end to provide educational material to these children.

How It Works

• The NGO has identified many children (Grade V to X) who are in desperate need of financial help in order to continue their education.
• After the initial selection of beneficiaries, the volunteers visit their school and ascertain the family’s economic condition before providing them with the study material, casual wear, school bag, raincoat and shoes.
• The staff members also visit the beneficiaries’ homes periodically to ensure that the children are making good use of the material and check in on their academic progress at the schools.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Stationery items, umbrella, bag , shoes, grammar book and dictionary 1150.00
A casual dress for a special occasion of the school 400.00
Admin cost 250.00
Unit Price 1800
Quantity
Total 1800
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Small giving creates big difference
Gayatri Ramachandra Gowda, a Grade 9 student is living in Karjagi Village of Siddapur Taluk. She is the first kid among three children. Their parents are agriculture labors and were not showing willingness to continue her education due to economic problem. They were interested to continue the education of their son. But Gayatri was very keen to continue high school education and is aiming to become a teacher.
MANUVIKSA identified this problem through her mother during women meet and motivated their parents. This organization helped her giving financial help to continue education and guided their parents to take up self-employment through the financial help of government department.
Now Gayatri continues high school education and she is having confidence to achieve the goal. Her mother is joining to self-help group and making savings to support the education of the children. MANUVIKASA is helping her to join SHG and supporting her to get loan from bank to start self-employment. Gayarti is studying with more concentration and getting good score.

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