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Jeevitha enjoys studying and is far from camera-shy!! You can make a difference by supporting her within minutes.

Change Jeevitha’s future with your support! 0 people supported
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  • 325 days ago
  • Started on 30 October 2017 Change Jeevitha’s future with your support!

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Change Jeevitha’s future with your support!

Jeevitha enjoys studying and is far from camera-shy!! You can make a difference by supporting her within minutes.

Family History

 

Name

Relation  

Age

Occupation

Palini Kumar

Father

30

Auto Driver

Rajalakshmi

Mother

29

Manual laborer

Ankita

Younger Sister

4

 

Nikita

Younger Sister

3

 

Ranjitha

Younger Sister

1

 

Vinay Kumar

Younger Brother

2

 

 

Family Background:

Jeevitha has four siblings – three younger sisters and a younger brother. Her father ran away a few months ago, because he couldn’t pay the rent. Consequently, the landlord forced the mother and children to vacate their house. The mother tried to commit suicide but the neighbors stopped her and advised her to approach ChildLine services, who suggested Need Base India.

 

Need Base India (A foundation for Child Care and Development) is a non-profit organization started in Dec 2009 with the intention to work towards addressing the basic and fundamental rights of child care, protection, health and education for children living on streets, runaway children, orphans, children out of school or children under challenging situations.

Need Base India was established with the aim of helping these vulnerable children and operates multiple residential homes for girls and boys within Government School premises in the city of Bangalore.

At present, the mother stays in the slum with the two youngest children and works as a daily wages laborer. The other two children are also under the care of Need Base India.

 

 

Jeevitha had previously attended an English medium school and is very interested in studying. She is not very active in co- curricular but loves to pose for the camera!

 

By helping support overall well-being, you will be supporting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals 1 - 5.

 

Here is a breakdown of how the funds collected, will be utilized for the child:

Budget Head

 Towards Goals

 Per Kid in INR

Clothes & Bedding

Goal-1

    1,000

Soap, Toiletries, Medicare

Goal-1

    1,000

School Shoes, Footwear

Goal-1

       300

Recreation & Outings

Goal-1

       500

House Keeping

Goal-1

       300

Repairs, Maintenance & Sanitation

Goal-1

    1,200

Local Conveyance

Goal-1

    1,440

Allocated project investment

Goal-1

    2,000

Miscellaneous

Goal-1

    1,440

Project Administrator

Goal-1

    3,840

Home Manager / Warden / Social Mobilizer cum Teacher

Goal-1

    4,320

Office Expense (Stationary, Internet, Xerox etc)

Goal-1

    1,200

Office Equipment (Alimarh, Computer etc)

Goal-1

    1,000

House Mother cum Cook

Goal-2

    2,880

Cost of Food

 Goal-2

  16,425

Hygeine - Home Manager cum Documentation

Goal-3

    4,320

Health Insurance

Goal-3

    1,721

House Teacher1

Goal-4

    3,840

School & Tuition fee

Goal-4

       800

Children's Books & Stationaries

Goal-4

       500

 

 

 

Total

 

 

INR

 

  50,026

Goal 5: Gender Equality

Social Impact

Considering the School home not only houses the children, but takes care of their overall development and well-being, by having in-house caretakers and teachers to ensure they are properly looked after & guided after school hours to address their weaknesses, all this needs a considerable amount of financial inputs. Need Base India’s team provides transparency and shares the complete cost details with us, and our conclusion is that the homes are managed very well while keeping a strict vigil on the cost. This includes education, boarding, hygienic home, bridge development, medical attention, and last but not the least to take care of the children’s security.

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