Books and Stationeries provided to CHILD, Korattur, Chennai, TN on 30-Aug-2009

Dear All,
On 30-Aug-2009, We provided the following educational materials to the CHILD home, Korattur, Chennai.
Brown Sheet (10 books X 5 sets)
Vetri Science guide – 9th standard – Tamil 1
Konar tamil guide – 8th standard – Tamil 1
Vetri Science guide – 8th standard – English 1
Vetri Science guide – 8th standard – Tamil 1
Vetri Science guide – 7th standard – Tamil 2
Geomentry Box                     5
Water color paint box                           5
(with paint brush number 2, 4 & 6)
White board with marker       1
The total cost of this project is Rs.815/-.
Our sincere thanks to Karthikeyan (Code: 184) & Srinivasan (Code:16) to purchase the materials and sponsoring the money for this project.
Thanks to Mathan who visited and handed over to the children and spent some time with them.
Please see some images captured during the visit at http://picasaweb.google.com/indiasudar/CHILDKoratturChennai#
Thanks,
Suresh
Trustee

Dear All,

On 30-Aug-2009, We provided the following educational materials to the CHILD home, Korattur, Chennai.

Brown Sheet (10 books X 5 sets)

Vetri Science guide – 9th standard – Tamil 1

Konar tamil guide – 8th standard – Tamil 1

Vetri Science guide – 8th standard – English 1

Vetri Science guide – 8th standard – Tamil 1

Vetri Science guide – 7th standard – Tamil 2

Geomentry Box                     5

Water color paint box                           5

(with paint brush number 2, 4 & 6)

White board with marker       1

The total cost of this project is Rs.815/-.

Our sincere thanks to Karthikeyan (Code: 184) & Srinivasan (Code:16) to purchase the materials and sponsoring the money for this project.

Thanks to Mathan who visited and handed over to the children and spent some time with them.

Please see some images captured during the visit at http://picasaweb.google.com/indiasudar/CHILDKoratturChennai#

Thanks,

Suresh

Trustee

CHILD home, Korattur, Chennai, TN Visit Report

I visited CHILD home, korattur on 15th Aug 2009 to just see the children. During this visit, the following requirements came up from this home.

High Priority (Educational Materials)
Brown Sheet (10 books X 5 sets)
Vetri Science guide – 9th standard – Tamil 1 No
Konar tamil guide – 8th standard – Tamil 1 No
Vetri Science guide – 8th standard – English 1 No
Vetri Science guide – 8th standard – Tamil 1 No
Vetri Science guide – 7th standard – Tamil 2 Nos
Geomentry Box 5 Nos

Salary for the Tuition Teacher (finding the teacher to teach the home children)

Midium Priority
Water color paint box 5 Nos
(with paint brush number 2, 4 & 6)

Low Priority
White board with marker 1 No

Home contact details: Mr. Senthil, CHILD, No.1, Chellappa Street, Annai Nagar, Korattur, Chennai-600 076
Phone: 044-65418213
web: http://www.child-home.org
email: child_may2005@yahoo.com

About this home:
Profile: This home is registered charitable trust, started in May 2005 and led by Senthil kumar.
Objective: Cater to basic needs of children (orphans and children with AIDS affected parents) like shelter, food, medical assistance & education.
Total number of children: 16 (they are not able to afford more children due to costing)

Requirements apart from Educational Materials

Transport
Auto Fare Rs.7000/- per month
(from korattur to MCC school, Chetpet – 2 trip per day)

Sports Material
Indian Bow/Compound Bow 1 No
Hockey Stick & Ball 5 Nos

Accomodation
Right now, this home has given notice period for finding other location. If any body can help on this, it will be great ful.

Note: One of the student in this home (Naveen) has already participated in Archery Association of India two times (Delhi & Vijayawada). Since he does not have the Indian Bow/Compound Bow, he could not able to practice well.

They are struggling to run this home due to financial support. We can try our best to help this home.

Thanks,
Suresh

Visit report – CHILD, Chennai [7-Apr-2008]

7-Apr-2008
Chennai, TN.

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Dear Friends,

We (myself and Udhay) have visited CHILD home, Korattur, Chennai on 7-Apr-2008.

About the Home:

CHILD, a registered public charitable trust, started in May 2005.

Objective: Cater to take care of basic needs of destitute children (orphans and children with AIDS affected parents) like shelter, food, medical assistance and education.

In this home, there are 11 children who are all personally taken care.

For more details, you can visit the URL: http://child-home.org/

Contact Details: Mr. Senthil Kumar, Home: 91-44-65418213, Mobile: 91-98416-56103

Photos: Some of the images are captured during our visit. Please visit the link to see the images: http://picasaweb.google.com/indiasudar/CHILDChennai

Requirements:
1) Requested to arrange the counseller for giving motivation for the deprived children.
2) Tuition fees for the teacher who takes the class for the children stayed in this home.

Commitments from India Sudar:
India Sudar will help to pay tuition fees after the report has been sent by CHILD.

-Suresh
Trustee, India Sudar

CHILD – Visit Report

22/Jul/2007.
CHILD Trust, Chennai, TN.

CHILD is a registered Charitable Trust, working for children of HIV +ve parents. Since the parents of these children are in the midst of darkness of their own life and expecting the end of their life, they are not in a position bring up their children. Adding to this, most of them are very poor.

Mr.Senthil is a AIDS control volunteer, who has started this Trust, two years back. These children are tested for HIV -ve. Thank God, they are safe. Senthil is spending most of his simple income for this noble cause. He is not yet married.

This home runs in a very old house at Kolathur, Chennai. 11 Childrens are taken care here. Mostly they are in the age group of 1.5 to 7 years only. Trust is paying Rs. 2500/- as rent for the house. Apart from this the major expenses is salary for two male care takers. All children are attending school near by. A retired old gentle man teaches these children during evening hours at free of cost. A few good hearted people pay for the provisions and vegetables. Apart from all these monetary aids, the most encouraging thing is good moral support for the children from youngsters. They use to visit this home on week end and spend a day with these children, playing with them.

Currently their immediate requirements are school fee payment for two children and some stationeries. Mr. Senthil expects only this from India Sudar. Apart from this, we have observed that house is very very old and is not safe place for children to live (that too rent is too costly for this house). If any one can help them to get a good rented house, it would be a great help for the children. This is an important safety measure.

Regards
Suresh.R and KaruppuSwamy. T
Visted CHILD on 22/07/2007.

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