Khadarali continues to succeed despite poverty.
Khadarali is a young boy from a slum in Bangalore. His parents work as tailors and earn a meagre amount every day. They did not even have enough money to pay for their basic needs.
Khadaralli was a bright boy filled with a desire to learn and grow. But he did not have the opportunity to go to school. His education was a financial burden that his family could not carry.
When Christel House found him, they wanted to change this for him. The Social Service team from Christel House visited the slum and encouraged his parents to send him to school. They told them how education was important for Khadarali. They helped them understand that education would open different possibilities for him in the future.
CHLC provided quality education for Khadarali. He is an outstanding student and enjoys taking part in school activities. He joined Taekwondo classes and went on to win the gold medal at the National Taekwondo Competition. He was also selected to attend a fully sponsored Summer Leadership camp in Culver, Indianapolis, USA.
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About The Program
What the beneficiary gets
Christel House Learning Center (CHLC) provides free quality education till Grade 12 to children from poor families from urban slums and orphanages in and around Bangalore. Along with education, CHLC also provides transport for the children.
The school conducts co-curricular classes like music, art, sports, yoga and life skills for overall personality development. Children are encouraged to pursue the fields that they excel in with additional support. The learning center provides education, healthcare, wholesome nutrition and a caring environment. General and dental screening, immunizations, deworming, etc are also provided to the children.The screening is done by a team of doctors from various departments and is done half-yearly and annually for Kindergarten students and the rest of the students respectively.
Medical care is also provided on a case by case basis. With your support, a child can go to school and dream of a better future.
About The NGO
Christel House India
22 July, 2019
January-2019 Grade 7 students visited the Bangalore BSF (STS) campus on the 17th January 2019 to research about the officials’ experiences and the necessary skills required to join the Border Security Forces. The aim was to recognize the people who serve our nation and help the youth of our nation become responsible citizens in society. Our students were shown the different communication systems and various weapons used by the officials at the border. All-in-all it was a great hands on experience for our students and teachers. The 70th Republic Day was celebrated in Christel House India, Bangalore campus on January 26, 2019. The students and staff members assembled for the flag hoisting. The students decorated the floor with flowers. The Indian tri-colour was hoisted and Mr. Muthu Kumar addressed the students and emphasized the importance of the Republic day. Sweets were distributed to the students on the occasion. February-2019 The annual day for the year 2019 was celebrated on the 26th February, 2019. The students performed various folk dances and songs from the western state of Rajasthan. Siddique Pasha of KG and Jayalakshmi of Grade 10 spoke about their journey in Christel House. The choir performed melodious numbers on the occasion. President & CEO of Christel House International, Mr Bart Peterson addressed and motivated the students to make the best of the opportunity given to them. Over 55 guests from the donor companies of Christel House India were present on this occasion and interacted with students, alumni/ graduates, board members and Indy team. Mr Joe Schneider, Ms. Caitlin Teague from the Christel House International team also attended the event. A video message from Christel ma’am to the students and the guests was played during the program. The alumni students took the donors on a campus tour. March-2019 The Students of Grade 5A and 5B visited the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum and Cubbon Park on March 14th 2019 as part of an Educational Trip. This museum is a constituent unit of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), Ministry of Culture, Government of India, which was established in memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. Students spent a lot of time experimenting and learning how different things work. All the students got an opportunity to understand, use and work on the working models exhibited. Students were enriched with the vast amount of knowledge they gained about Science and technology.
The students of Grade 9 and 11 visited the ‘Open Day’ conducted by Indian Institute of Science on March 23, 2019. The students understood various Physics concepts through simple experiments. Various specimens were displayed in the Biology section and students could perform experiments in Chemistry. They were briefed about the application of modern technology in life.
Along with rigorous academics, students receive complete health services such as medical check –ups, vaccinations, follow-up treatments and mental health services as needed as a part of the Medical health and wellness program. Nutritious breakfast, lunch and evening snack with milk is provided every day.
Story from the field
Our first medical doctor! Dr. Shaik Reshma is a 2012 Christel House India graduate. “Becoming a doctor was my dream since childhood,” Dr. Reshma says. She will work as an intern at a local hospital then do a year of rural service. Her father worked as a driver and her mother looked after the home and her four siblings. Her father struggled to make ends meet. When she joined Christel House, she was shy, reserved and lacked confidence. Christel House helped her to come out of her shell and believe that she could achieve and succeed. With the help of the College & career program, she perused the education needed to become a doctor. The school provided her with a scholarship throughout her undergraduate education.
|What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?||868|
|What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date||1200|
|Village/City/State where project is located||Karnataka, Bangalore|
|Total Budget for the project for FY18-19||114595000|
|Total Expenses for the project YTD||110883000|
30 October, 2018
Christel House India's Update
Christel House India Learning centers offers impoverished children completely free of cost rigorous academic education, which stresses competency in English, computers and basic skills, while instilling the universal values of Respect, Responsibility, Independence and Integrity. Regular meals, physical and psychological health and wellness programs, life skills training, enrichment activities and service learning opportunities complement the educational program. Christel House provides each student with a thorough physical examination and records data such as height, weight and chest circumference measurements. In addition, all children are checked and treated for skin infections or other conditions. Christel House ensures that each student receives proper immunizations and has a complete, up-to-date medical record. To ensure that all students have access to proper preventative health care, Christel House India partners with local hospitals, doctors and dentists to keep costs low. Currently, we are working with Ramaiah Hospital and St. John's Hospital.
Story from the field
Sindhu Kumari comes from an impoverished family where her father an auto driver was the sole breadwinner. She has three older brothers, one of her brothers also studied at Christel House India. She joined Christel House India in the year 2003 as a fourth grader before which she studied at a school near her home. While at Christel House she was an extremely hardworking and focused student who was also a perfectionist and strived hard to achieve her dreams and has excelled. Sindhu completed her Undergraduate Studies (B.Com) in 2015 from Kristu Jayanthi College and her Postgraduate Diploma in HR Management from the same college. Today Sindhu works at KPMG as an Audit Associate and has been working at KPMG for past three years.
|Expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19||868|
|Number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program this year||269|