Every monthly donation helps in educating more kids like Chaitra
Chaitra Uday Kodiya is a ten-year old-little-girl studying in 5 at the Government Higher Primary School at Ajjibala in Sirsi Taluk. Chaitra comes from a poor agricultural family and the total family income doesn't even suffice to provide the members decent nutritious food.
Workers from Manuvikasa provided Chaitra with basic amenities like notebooks and shoes so that she can continue pursuing an education in a dignified manner. After the organization's intervention, Chaitra has taken a keen interest in her studies, with Social Science, Kannada and Science becoming her favorite subjects.
On one side, where Chaitra couldn't bring herself to communicate properly, on the other side, she has now taken a liking to dancing and aspires to become a teacher someday.
By donating to this program
You will be sponsoring the benefits for different beneficiaries every month
What the beneficiary gets
Manuvikasa has initiated a project to provide educational material to students hailing from underprivileged backgrounds. The organization has identified a number of children between Grade 5 to 10, who are in desperate need of financial help to continue their education.
After the initial process of selecting the beneficiaries, the volunteers visit their schools and ascertain the family's economic condition before providing them with the study material - like notebooks, school bags, raincoats, and shoes.
Workers from the organization visit the homes of their beneficiaries from time to time to ensure optimum utilization of the supplies and to keep a check on the academic progress made.
7 October, 2021
Help to educate a poor child
Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months
In the last 5-6 months we have distributed educational kits to about 50 children in Sirsi, Siddapur and Yellapur blocks of Uttara Kannada district. We have identified these poor children through our volunteers, SHG members and school teachers. We shortlisted the children and took all the information about these children. We encourage these children to continue their education. Also, we promise to support them in future if they get good marks. Along with family economic condition and their present status, we collect information about their future planning and their interest. After our intervention children got confident and very happy. We can see the smile on these children's faces for having all the materials they are in need.
Challenges faced and next steps
We have not faced any challenges in identifying and distributing the kits earlier. But after the COVID pandemic, schools remain closed and we are not allowed to travel and identify and distribute the kits. But we have overcome this problem now. Schools are reopened now. In the next 6 months, we want to distribute the kits to 100 children.
Stories from the ground
Stories from the ground: Kumar Bhaskar Naik is a 14-year-old boy studying 8th Standard at Government High school Nanikatta of Siddapur Taluk, Uttara Kannada District. He belongs to a very poor family. He lives with his father who is a poor labourer and he owns a small piece of land. His mothers’ name is Girija. His mother was also a labourer. Both father and mother are struggling to fulfil their family livelihood necessities. Kumar has one sister studying in 10th standard. The income of their family is not sufficient to fulfil their family needs and providing necessary materials to their children. MANUVIKASA identified Mr Kumar Bhaskar Naik through school teachers and provided the basic materials such as notebooks, pens, geometry box, dictionary, grammar books, school bag, umbrella, shoes and casual dress to continue his education.Kumar is good in his studies as well as in other curricular activities too. He secured a B+ grade in his previous academic exams. Kannada is his favourite subject. He likes to play cricket. He aims to become a doctor. Now as promised to us, Kumar is working hard to get a good score. He has got the confidence and improving day by day not only in his studies but also in co-curricular activities.
23 March, 2021
Help a poor child, Save the childhood
Most of the poor parents are unable to fulfil the need of their children especially providing necessary learning materials and casual clothes. Price of the learning materials is hiking day by day. In this situation poor families could not afford these materials. Children from these families are suffering from inferiority complex. They start stealing notebooks, pens etc from others bags. Children those are from financially good background wore colour full dresses but poor children only see this. Some children use only rough notes and never get an opportunity to write these notes on a good notebook. Just because of this, these children couldn’t score much although they are capable. Some children stop their education in the middle. To stop this, we have to help these children and provide casual dress and educational needs.
5 July, 2020
Kids receiving the kits with happy faces
Kids receiving the kits with happy faces
We have distributed kits to many children in the last quarter. Some of the students are Ravish Naik and Inchara Naik of Gonur school; Rohit Naik, Keertana Gunaga, Gulabi Madival of Husari school. Ambika Naik, Ramya Naik, Maruti Chalavadi, Hemanth Koravar and Suchitra Koravar of Higher Primary School of Gonur Taluk, Sirsi Dist, Uttara Kannada. The kids were really happy to receive the support in the form of such essential school supplies
19 November, 2019
Children happy to receive the care kits
Children happy to receive the care kits
22 July, 2019
This programme aim is to help the poor children and children laid down in acute poverty to enjoy their child hood with basic necessities. We select the children through SHG groups. Once we select the children we purchase the items and provide them and maintain all bills with us. Our staff members frequently visit the children house and observe the progress of the children. MANUIKASA is working with poor women groups and identified many number of children (6 – 16 years) who are helpless to continue education and purchase few items like Dictionary, grammar book, Note books, school bag, umbrella etc. MANUVIKASA observed that most of the children in this situation are with single parents / drunkard parent MANUVIKSA is helping these children providing basic and daily usable items. They are in local Government schools. Benefit is given to very poor and orphan children. - most of the time single parented and cared by mother.
Story from the field
Muskan Nazir Sab is a fifteen year old girl studying in 10th standard at Government High School Jaddigadde of Sirsi Taluk, Uttar Kannada District. She lives with her parents, brother and grandfather. Her father is a labourer and mother Halimabi is a housewife. Muskan has a younger brother Ashith studying in 8th standard. Muskan’s family totally depends on the very poor income earned by her father. Also they have to take care of her aged grandfather. In this situation it is very difficult for them to provide all educational and basic things to Muskan. Muskan can't expect any educational and basic necessity materials from her parents. MANUVIKASA identified Ms. Muskan Nazir Sab through school teachers and provided the basic materials such as note books, pens, geometry box, dictionary, grammar books, school bag, umbrella, shoes and casual dress to continue her education. Muskan is good in her academic studies. She had scored A grade in the last examination. Her favorite subject is Kannada and Hindi. She has interest in writing poems. Her dream is to become a Teacher or an Engineer. After MANUVIKASA's intervention Muskan has got confidence and studying well and her attendance in the class also improved.
|What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?||1500|
|What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date||330|
|Village/City/State where project is located||Uttara Kannada|
|Total Budget for the project for FY18-19||270000|
|Total Expenses for the project YTD||580800|
23 May, 2019
The NGO identifies beneficiaries with the aim to provide education support to poor children in 5 to 10 standard studying in Government schools. MANUVIKASA staff members visit the villages and semi urban areas and select the children who will be cross verified and shortlisted through their schools. These home visits are to ascertain the family condition and needs. The school supplies, sets of clothes etc. are bought and handed over to the children within 15 days of the receipt of donations. Our staff members frequently visit the school or homes to observe the progress of the children in the school.
Story from the field
Shilpa Sakod Aredambar is an eleven year old girl studying in 5th standard at Higher Primary School, Nandikatta of Mundgod Taluk, Uttara Kannada District Karnataka state. Her parents are agricultural labourers. Shilpa has two sisters and a brother. Shilpa’s family depends on the very poor income earned by her parents. They can earn about Rs. 1500 in a month altogether. With this very small income it is very difficult for them to provide food for their children. They aren''t able to provide all educational and basic necessity materials to Shilpa. Shilpa is facing many problems in the school due to this. Some times her parents think of discontinue her studies. But school teachers asked MANUVIKASA to help this girl child. MANUVIKASA identified Ms. Shilpa Sakod Aredambar through school teachers and provided the basic materials such as note books, pens, pencil, geometry box, dictionary, grammar books, school bag, umbrella, shoes and casual dress to continue her education.Shilpa is good in her academic studies. She had scored A in the last examination. Her favorite subject is Kannada. She has interested in Singing. Her dream is to become a Teacher. After MANUVIKASA's intervention Shilpa has got confidence and attend the classes regularly. Also she has actively participating in cocurricular activities.
|What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date||20|
|Village/City/State where project is located||Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka state|
|Total Budget for the project for FY18-19||1800000|
|Total Expenses for the project YTD||36000|