Every monthly donation helps more girls like Sundari with safe shelter
ACCESS' foster homes provide shelter to girls from broken underprivileged homes. Sundari's mother passed away when she was a year old. Her father, a construction worker took her to unsafe construction sites to take care of her. This became a challenge as she grew older.
She was then enrolled in an ACCESS foster home. Sundari was admitted into a school run by ACCESS. She developed confidence and started to enjoy learning. With her educational, nutritional and emotional needs taken care of, she blossomed and excelled in singing, dancing, and craft.
Sundari is now in class XII and helps the Caretaker in running the home. She plans to become a teacher to help children like her. Give girls like Sundari the hope of a better life.
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About The Program
What the beneficiary gets
This program is a small step by ACCESS to give girls from broken underprivileged homes a platform to seek equal opportunities. ACCESS carefully selects vulnerable girls in the age group of 9 to 16 years.and provides them with a safe environment which helps in the development of their personalities.
These girls are provided all the basic needs for their physical nourishment and are sent to good schools. Caretakers at the Centre monitor their growth and assist them in their emotional development. The girls participate in all the duties to make the place a joyful home to live in. They are engaged in activities that enable them to understand the needs of others too.
The goal is to enable the girls to have a life of dignity, growth, and development.Donate and help a girl child with a new lease on life
About The NGO
5 August, 2020
Investing for a life time
Investing for a life time
This program has reached very deserving girl children in our community. Out of four girls, two are semi-orphans and two are orphan children. This help provided by GiveIndia sponsors to pay part of the school fees has given the parents a determination to educate their girls inspite of all odds. We are encouraged with the academic progress these girl children are making and it is our hope that they will rise up to all expectations.
22 July, 2019
ACCESS promote healthy development of children and strengthening their families and communities through provide a secure, nurturing, educational assistance for children & gives opportunity to grow physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually by playing, exploring and learning with others in safe and healthy environment. Developing leadership skills by training and exposure. Providing parents and teachers with awareness programs on child development, child protection, early learning, nutrition, Support children and families with a broad range of religious, community and social service agencies at all levels to support. Strengthening and expanding the child care networks, associations and individual supporters.
January to December 2019 -
Summer Camp held in 4 CDC centres in the month April with a total of 350 children participating in the program. Children enjoyed singing, dancing, listening to moral stories and enjoying food and fellowship. Best students received gifts. Teachers and volunteers were also awarded
. Every month Special Activities for children----like drawing, painting and art work are conducted giving opportunities for kids to be creative.
Children Participated in the Annual Sports event. We could sense great enthusiasm in them as they took part in various competitions.
The best participants took away lovely prizes for their winning efforts. Dental and Eye camp for Benjamin Nursery school children conducted with the help of local hospital team. Awareness on dental hygiene was given by another socially oriented team from Partha Dental clinic. Parents also received awareness on helping their children to improve their hygiene. Out of 100 children we found 2% of children need to wear the spectacles
U.K.G Graduation-19 children from UKG graduated to Ist standard Rewards for the best students were given. Students with distinction in 10th and PUC exams were given gifts
Story from the field
AVANDHIKA & RAKSHITHA
Avandhika & Rakshitha both sisters studying in our ACCESS Benjamin Nursery School, Also Registered as Give India Beneficiaries, Her Family situation is very pathetic. Father is Alchoalic drives Auto mother is only source working as House maid, having 5 children. 4 Girl children and one boy is Specially challenged stays at home
Aandhika mother came to know about the Access project and she approached for financial help as she had to take care of the house hold expenses and also educate both her children with the meagre income. Has Avandhika father did not have regular income. Avandhika was registered at the project when she was in the Nursery and from there to now we are helping these families to provide educational fees for two children and provide hygiene and provisions for the family every month.
These items are very useful to them. Children are changed a lot attending school on time with neat and clean and also having nutritious food every day. These familes are very thankful to ACCESS and the sponsors who are donating them.
|What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?||10|
|What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date||3|
|Village/City/State where project is located||Chellikere, Kalyan Nagar post, Karnataka|
|Total Budget for the project for FY18-19||1200000|
|Total Expenses for the project YTD||3600000|
28 February, 2018
Access children secure leadership positions in their schools
On November 14th, 2017, a Children’s day program for all the students in the program.
Between August 2017 and December 2017, their students actively participated in academic, and other social development activities. Leadership level orientation is given regularly to supplement their learning and help the children gain confidence.
The results of these programs are visible in the outstanding way the children took an active part in their respective schools’ Sports day, Cultural shows, Graduation, and Leadership development programs.
Six children have been selected for leadership positions in their classes with responsibilities like Monitors, Cultural heads, and Emcees.