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MINISTRY: RURAL CARE MINISTRIES
LOCATION: GUNTUR A.P. INDIA
Proposal by Missionary,
RURAL CARE MINISTRIES PROJECT PROPOSAL
PROJECT TITLE : IMPARTING SUPPLEMENTARY COACHING FOR FIRST GENERATION LEARNERS AND STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DEFICITS IN ORDER TO REDUCE SCHOOL DROP OUTS AND ENCOURAGE POOR PEASANT COMMUNITIES TO SEND THEIR CHILDREN TO SCHOOLS IN GUNTUR DISTRICT IN INDIA
TIME: 12 Months From 1st January 2015 To 31st December 2015
ADDRESS : Rural care Ministries,
13th line,sivanagaraju colony,Reddypalem Post
- Organisation Details:
Director : Jonathan.karyampudi
Name of the Organisation: Rural Care Ministries
Registration number: 169/2004
MOBILE : 91-09346504751
Rural Care Ministries is a registered Christian not for profit organization in India. We are conducting Education, Health, Spiritual, Environment and community development programmes in Guntur district rural areas. We are giving support to school going children with distribution of note books, uniform. We are also giving support to widows and elder people in our target areas. We are conducting special Gospel meetings in various villages. We have distributed 500 Holy Bibles freely who has no Bible.We have started a Bible college in our own language for rural un trained pastors in 2011.There are 12 pastors were get graduation from our Bible college. Now we have no proper resources to continue this college. We have Income tax exemption number and FCRA to our organization.
- DISCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT :
RURAL CARE MINISTRIES in engaged with rural communities in Vatticherukuru& Ponnuru Revenue Mandals in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh, systematically educating the unlettered parents about the merits of sending their children to schools. Apart from sensitizing the parents and Teachers about the need to impart education to girl children and campaigning for their enrollment, the Ministry is engaged in providing School gear, Tution Fee and nutritional milk and egg besides helping them in making out their learning deficits through Supplementary coaching to these first generation learners. This intervention has earned all around applause and could motivate the poor communities to send their children to schools. Our Supplementary coaching to the first generation learners helps them in overcoming the learning deficits thereby preventing them from dropping out.
The task of addressing poor quality education requires a multi-pronged approach. Rural Care Ministry’s strategy for sustainable change is to work in a spirit of partnership with all major stake holders in education system. We are not intended to establish a parallel educational system, but to build on and strengthen existing Government Institutions and expertise in the Government School System, thus creating a pool of resources to sustain and grow the quality movement beyond the project. We work with children, communities, Teachers, Administrators, Private enterprises and other members of civil society towards ensuring children enrollment and learning.
- INFORMATION OF THE PROJECT :
We are working with rural communities, mostly engaged in subsistence agriculture in Vatticherukuru & Ponnuru Mandals of Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh. Majority of our beneficiaries are from poor families who cannot afford to send their children to schools mainly for 3 reasons.
1.Acute poverty which may not permit the family to purchase the required school gear and bear the incidental expenses.
2.Majority of the girl children are considered as a source of earning whether it is by working on the fields of others are taking care of their household work. For these families, sending their children to schools is considered as waste of time and money.
3.Majority of the children emerges from unlettered families and these first generation learners face the difficulty in learning and attending to their home work, thereby forcing them to drop out.
Though Ponnuru & vatticherukuru Revenue Mandals has adequate access to primary schools within a radius of 2-3 kms, the net enrollment ratio for girls stands at 67% and for boys at 92.8%. The gender gap in enrolment increases as we move from primary to secondary, where girls account for less than 45% of the total enrolment at the secondary level. Recent studies indicate a combination of factors ranging from limited access, teachers absenteeism to extreme levels of poverty that influences the child’s ability and desire to attend school.
5.PROJECT OBJECTIVES :
The objective of this program is to address the poverty, discrimination and learning deficits amongst the poor rural communities and help them in enrolling their children to schooling, by supporting them in terms of distribution of free School Gear and providing supplementary coaching to overcome learning deficits. Further, each child is provided routine health care and nutritious dietary supplements during their tenure in our facility.
As indicated earlier, we are not intended to run parallel schools to the Government but we are engaged in the following activities to improve the enrolment ratio and to reduce the drop-outs.
- Massive awareness drive involving the parents, teachers, community elders, PRI institutions and the children to educate them about the need of sending the children to schools.
- Distributing Free School Gear consisting of 1 set of Uniform, 1 set of shoes, 2 pairs of socks, 1 tie, one set of school text books, 1 set of note books, school bag, pen and pencil box, to poor children in order to motivate them into enrolling.
- In order to counter the learning deficits of the First generation Learners, we are undertaking supplementary coaching classes at various places within our operational area and helping the children with their home work. Currently 250 children studying in neighborhood schools in the grades KG – VII are deriving benefit of our program.
- Apart from providing help in their studies, we will also provide a glass of milk along with a boiled egg to each student in the morning.
- We also run periodical health check up camps for these children and monitor their growth. We will conduct Sunday school classes for their spiritual growth.
Apart from providing this sort of direct support, we maintain regular contacts with family and assuring them that we are with them till the child completes the schooling.
We are also engaged in addressing attitudes/ prejudices towards girl children, sensitizing teachers and community on gender disparities.
- PROJECT OUT COME:
School drop outs will be reduced in rural areas and children will grow spiritually.
- A) Provision for School Uniform, Shoes,
Socks, Note books, text books, pen and
Pencil box, stationary, School tution fee,
School bag Rs. 2,500-00
- B) Special supplementary coaching for girl
Children Rs. 2,000-00
(The cost inclusive of remuneration to
the tutors, Rentals to the premises
local conveyance etc) @ Rs.50 per month
- C) Supplementary nutrition including a glass
of milk and egg @ Rs.300 per month Rs. 3,600-00
Sensitization camps for parents, teachers
Community elders and PRI institutions Rs. 400-00
Total cost per child Rs.8,500-00
FOR 250 CHILDREN Rs.8500x 250= Rs.21,25000
It is nearly $35000
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