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Help raise funds for Monisha to enjoy a life, free of poverty

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  • 325 days ago
  • Started on 15 November 2017 Save Monisha today!

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Save Monisha today!

Help raise funds for Monisha to enjoy a life, free of poverty

Family History

Name

Relation  

Age

Occupation

Narayanswamy

Father

30

Manual laborer

G. Kavita

Mother

28

Manual laborer

Gopi

Younger Brother

3

 

Sukanya

Elder Sister

7

Student

 

Family Background

Monisha is a sweet little six year old girl from Bangalore. The child’s father works as a manual laborer and is addicted to alcohol. All his earnings are spent consuming alcohol and he just does not care about the family. The children go through mental and emotional torture due to the adverse effects of alcoholism. Monisha’s mother also works as a daily wages worker and is the only person who takes care of the family. Monisha has a younger brother and an elder sister.

 

An NGO named Need Base India visited the area where Monisha stays. The staff observed the child and her siblings roaming on the street as well as spending long periods of time on the railway platform. The staff then asked the children to shown them their house. The staff accompanied the children home and the staff waited for the mother to return from work. Then they had a conversation with mother, who shared that her husband is addicted to alcohol and he does not care about the children. He would drink copious amounts of alcohol and then quarrel with the children.  One day, Monisha’s father consumed alcohol and quarreled with the family, finally he ran away from home. Then the children’s mother shifted home and worked as a house maid, staying with the family she worked for. The staff told the children’s mother to let the children be under the care of Need Base India and she willingly admitted her children to the organization.

 

The home has a procedure of putting their new inmates through a Bridge program that covers educational, nutritional and behavioural rehabilitation. At the end of this program, Monisha was inducted into the 1st standard at Government school.

 

She participates in all the home activities and indoor games. She is good in studies and completes the work assigned to her. 

She also attends evening classes regularly. She actively participates in all the activities done in the home. She loves to sing!

By helping support Monisha’s 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

 

Considering the School home not only houses the children, but takes care of their overall development and wellbeing, 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. The total spend per child is categorized basis the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 1 to 5 and presented to the child sponsor on a periodic basis.

Social Impact

The aim of FreeBasics when sponsoring a child are: - to ensure continued education, - clean residential environment - hygienic and nutritious food for a healthy growth, - timely medical attention with periodic preventive check-ups, - security of the child especially that of a girl child, - to ensure overall personality development of the child

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