FUNDING: Small Grants for Projects for Deaf Children

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[En español más abajo.]

The following email is being circulated by the UK-based international organization Deaf Child Worldwide (formerly known as International Deaf Child Society):

Dear colleagues,

If are in touch with local organisations that want to start new work with deaf children, then please forward the information below about the latest round of the Deaf Child Worldwide Small Grants Programme.

Thank you so much for your help with this.

English
Round 7 of Deaf Child Worldwide’s Small Grants Programme is now open. The deadline for completed concept notes is 30 May 2008.

The Small Grants Programme (SGP), aims to have an impact on the lives of deaf children, their families, service providers and policy makers by establishing quality partnerships with local organisations based in our priority countries within East Africa, South Asia or Latin America. We fund one to three year projects of up to £10,000 per year.

Go to www.deafchildworldwide.info/sgp for more information about how to apply.

If you applied to SGP in the past, then please note that in 2007, we carried out a strategic review and an evaluation of SGP. We have made some significant changes to the programme. These include:

  • Smaller geographic focus. Now only organisations based in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda), South Asia (Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka), and Andean region of Latin America (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru) can apply.
  • New strategic focus areas. We are only looking for projects which work towards these key areas.
  • Cross-cutting themes. All projects must consider poverty, gender, the social model of disability and sexual health and HIV/AIDS.
  • Longer projects. You can now apply for projects that are from one to three years long.

Please e-mail info@deafchildworldwide.org if you have any questions or would like to discuss your project idea.

Español
Se ha abierto la Ronda 7 del Programa de Pequeñas Subvenciones de Deaf Child Worldwide. El plazo final para la presentación de las notas conceptuales es el 30 de mayo del 2008.

El Programa de Pequeñas Subvenciones (PPS) busca tener un impacto en la vida de niños sordos, sus familias, proveedores de servicios y formuladores de política estableciendo para ello asociaciones de calidad con organizaciones locales con sede en nuestros países prioritarios en África Oriental, Asia del Sur o América Latina. Financiamos proyectos de uno a tres años de hasta £10,000 anuales.

Visiten www.deafchildworldwide.info/pps para mayor información sobre cómo postular.

Si ustedes postularon al PPS en el pasado, entonces tomen en cuenta que en el 2007 llevamos a cabo una revisión estratégica y una evaluación del PPS. Hemos hecho algunos cambios significativos al programa. Éstos son:

  • Foco geográfico más pequeño. Ahora sólo organizaciones con sede en África Oriental (Kenya, Tanzania y Uganda), Asia del Sur (Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistán y Sri Lanka) y la región andina de América Latina (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador y Perú) pueden postular.
  • Nuevos ejes estratégicos. Estamos examinando sólo proyectos que trabajen en pro de estos ejes clave.
  • Temas transversales. Todos los proyectos deben considerar pobreza, género, el modelo social de la discapacidad y salud sexual y VIH/sida.
  • Proyectos más largos. Ahora ustedes pueden postular con proyectos que tengan de uno a tres años de duración.

Si tienen alguna pregunta escríbannos a info@deafchildworldwide.org. Trataremos de responder lo más pronto posible, aunque recién podremos responder a indagaciones en español después del 7 de abril del 2008.

Sírvanse reenviar este email a organizaciones o colegas que ustedes consideren estarían interesados en esta oportunidad.

Best wishes,

Kirsty

KIRSTY WILSON
Programmes Manager
Deaf Child Worldwide
www.deafchildworldwide.org

Deaf Child Worldwide is the only UK based international development agency dedicated to enabling deaf children to overcome poverty and isolation. We are the international development agency of The National Deaf Children’s Society in the UK. Registered Charity No 1016532.

Join our network – receive regular updates and share your experiences about work with deaf children and their families. Contact info@deafchildworldwide.org or add your details at www.deafchildworldwide.info/joinournetwork



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ON BEHALF OF THE NETWORK OF MEME PRIVATE SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONS, & IN MY CAPACITY AS COORDINATOR, I HEREBY HIGHLY REQUEST FOR AN ESTABLISHMENT OF GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP IN DEVELPMENT BETWEEN US TO FOCUS ON TRAINING, INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND PROJECT ASSISTANCE APPLICATION FORMS, ESPECIALLY FOR THE DEAF, BLIND, AGEING AND CRIPPLED.

I am Andrea Shettle, editor of the We Can Do blog site where you left your recent comment.

The people responsible for the small grants for projects for deaf children is Deaf Child Worldwide, not We Can Do. I think you may have meant for your inquiry to go to the people at Deaf Child Worldwide, not We Can Do. I encourage you to follow the web links from the blog post above to the web site for Deaf Child Worldwide and follow their instructions for contacting them directly.

Ever child needs education ?

Is she / he getting it ……………

hallo
I am walter obonyo working with a community based organisation based in homa bay,we are interested in forewarding our concept for support to deaf children in the next round.please feed us with theinformation abouto the next round(8)thank you in advance
walter obonyo

HULLO
Life in developing world is totally different from that in developed world mostly in addressing afflicting points in one of the nations community as ;” Working with vulnerable children is a concerted effort,which needs a lot of hands to be put together, and a lot of ideas, And as well The orphan problem surely does not only belong to people with orphans.
It is everybody’s problem.”

The 10 years experience in caring for the orphans in a developing world, I have gone through a lot of tests /struggles without a funding person except the only 30 acres of land that has been the main and only funding source sustaining these kids who are beyond 150 in number. We use to plant maize, cassava, rice, sweet potato, yams, beans and groundnuts.

We sell part and survive on the balance as the sold part is for books, simple clothing and beddings for the kids,(that’s the life of Ugandan child and more worse in other developing world i.e.Zimbabwe.). Many disasters have befallen on us while the government has done very little to address them to the maximum which among others include, wars, floods, and thetotal poverty on the increasing number of community orphan child caused by different disasters. Orphans in the villages of the developing world can make everyone to shed tears including the administrations,( in having classes under tree shade, wearing rugs, and sleeping in congestions , risky for early mothers and others..) that’s why in Africa many fathers do a lot evil accts to the people they take care of (i.e.child sacrificing, human trafficking, and children soldiers e.t.c)

GEnerally it needs to develop everything, GOD blessed us with like Land,garden and farming sector to make us stand for the future helping the whole comunity, hence sending light to the world through targeting the young generation, ensuring that the big and free Land which we and other developing world have in plenty, fully provides both funds and foods for survival.(The Land requires DEVELMENT AND INVOLVEMENT OF OTHER VALUNARABLE GRUOPS OF THE COMMUNITY to focus on seeds planting only which shall be all placed in the sector and the out come will be making the orphans and other valunarable groups strugle with energy to servive and meet other requirements and on this target we expect to include the widows, single mother and disable in pre- project of sustainable agriculture and food security more advise needed on this paragraph).And as per now we are fully encouraging the next years activities.

And as my topic is, the developing world orphans are internationally forgotten with no one caring and for the few who cares they want to put us together at the same level with this who is in developed world. The center reached to 210 children/ orphaned people who joined the year 2008 and we have to maneuver to ensure that they’re not kicked out to street life as 2009 will bring more number due to the rising problems and difficulty in in developing world and caring for the orphan child that includes a lot emphasis in many areas OF LIVING. For us we think the only emphasis on the available matereials ( i.e Land ) may yield a lot in both food for survival and funds for other necessities but still.

We are looking for solution / advise to enable us achieve our laid strategies of caring for orphans since the situation at the center needs attention and as Uganda position in development needs total effort to sustain such centers. The given Advise shall be shared at the African Coutries Orphan and child traficking and living in 2009 meeting.

Can you advise Banunule orphanage administration on the way of taking
the orphans a step further? And what is your advice?

Thanks
Jonathan Bruce Muwanguzi
Center Administrator
phone+256779136589
+256712070924
+256755341950
fax+256412251138
P.O.BOX 71111
Kampala.Uganda.
email jnbanunule@yahoo.com
pysical contact:
we are located at
Nakitokolo Village 30 miles along Hoima road
Namyumba sub county.
Registerd as a CBO. on registration NO.2567265.

ineed some money for reseach,reports,statisticsand il

I need grants for reseach,reportsstatistics and
look up to do conference,events and education

dear madam weneed orphan hostal bulding constration
need Rs 10 lakh

we are happy mother – happy child organisation sironko uganda a CBO supporting children including the deaf children please send us your application guidlines to apply for small grants,
yours fithfully
MRS NADUNGA ERUSA

Wonderful site, i would like to seek more information on the resources for the Children who are Orphans, and other vulnerable in the community of Kibera Slums. I would appreciate if more information is provided.

We need grant for our orphans centre and people living with HIV/AIDS,in Tanzania Shinyanga region.
God bless you,yours
Joseph,
CHAIRPERSON.

REQUESTING FOR ENDING DISCRIMINATION FUND FROM THE COMMUNITY
This is Jeff glover memorial orphanage school that cares for the orphans and people with disabilities .

Its located in the western region of Uganda
We are requesting for funds to wards a school van that can keep taking pupils for study tours since the disabled and the orphans always remain due to lack of funds every whenever such a trip is organized.Parents and guardians are always slow in responding to such requests for the money of the trip and we see same people who have parents alive being the only ones paying for such a study tour. So we believe that if we get the requested funds,we will be able to fight discrimination among the children here at school. we are requesting for 32000 us dollars to wards this project.

for more details please let us know.

Yours the project director.

musonge john

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This is jeff glover memorial orphanage school that care fore the orphans and people with disablities .

Its located inthe western region of uganda
We are rquesting for fund to wards study under ed education program. we are requesting for 32000 us dollars to wards this project.

for more details please let us know.

Yours the project director.

Dear Sir / Madam,

Sub: Project proposal – request for solicitation reg.
—————-

Village Community Welfare Society (VCWS) is a registered Non Profitable social service organization working since 1993 for the development of rural population in Annavasal and Viralimalai Blocks of Pudukkottai District Tamilnadu, India. This organization has implemented several development programmes for the poor rural people particularly Women and Children.

We propose to submit a project proposal to you in respect of most disadvantaged and neglected group of people such as scavengers community, Widows, disabled persons, Mentally retarded children, Dalits, and Socially Excluded people of our target areas for their development and shall be very grateful if you will kindly give us your solicitation so that we could forward a complete project proposal with all required documents for your kind perusal.

We await your kind response.

Thanking you, Sir / Madam.

Yours sincerely,
S. Murugesan
President,
Village Community Welfare Society,
46/22A, Mettu Street,
Annavasal – 622 101, Pudukkottai District, Tamil Nadu, India.
Email: vcws2001@yahoo.com

Dear Sir,

Greetings to you from Animators for Rural Multipurpose Development Society (ARMDS) Mugaiyur village Villupuram District, Tamilnadu. We are involved with Education, health and environmental enrichment, rehabilitation for rural disabled, women development programmes in Mugaiyur Block in Villupuram District with various schemes and projects. We would like to take this opportunity to understand your work about your organization.

It would be good for me to read through some of the materials that you have published about your programme. Therefore, we would appreciate if you could send me application forms and guideline and some literature on your activities/priorities so as to build betters co-operation for promoting of projects and programmes.

Many thanks for your co-operation in anticipation and hoping that you will facilities with your suggestions.

Looking forward to hear from you.

Yours Sincerely,

A.Susaina
Secretary – ARMDS.

Dear Sir /madam

We have registered a nono profit organisation ,our aim is revitalise all facets of communities thus includes orphans and the most disadvantage children.Story telling, educational tours are one of our most important projects for 2010.We are currently working at 0% budget.We kindly request for any fanancial assistance.

Yours Truly

Molefe Motitsoe

Kgoro Organisation

0835314758

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hi bro iam madhu gandham . iam chirstisn from india. bro i need a supportser to start the orphange. in india in the name of jessusgift

Greetings From vallalar Educational Trust

We propose to submit a project proposal to you in respect of most disadvantaged and neglected group of people such as scavengers community, Widows, disabled persons, Mentally retarded children, Dalits, and Socially Excluded people of our target areas for their development and shall be very grateful if you will kindly give us your solicitation so that we could forward a complete project proposal with all required documents for your kind perusal.

We await your kind response.

with Regards,
Balamurali
info@vetngo.org

Application for Assistance/Partnership Assistance for Development Programs.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Warm greetings from GOBINDAGANJ DABALOY SCIENCE CUJB .
This is our pleasure to introduce DABALOY,which is an established in 2005 with the collaboration of some like minded educated and energetic social workers with an aim to promote the socio-economic, cultural and environmental status of the coastal, rural and urban poor people through (main activities) awareness raising, organizing, institution building, capacity building, capital formation and undertaking felt-need based problem solving and rights based activities, which are sustainable, sound in respect of social, economical, cultural and environmental by adopting modern and scientific technologies, where DABALOY acts as a catalyst. The main beneficiaries are: the poorest of the poor, hardcore poor, landless farmers, etc. especially poor women (widows, divorced, husband separated, tortured etc.), poor children, adolescents, disables, street children, child laborers etc. who are from low caste Hindu, aborigines, tribal, Muslims, Christian etc. The main objectives are: poverty alleviation, promote education, economic development, social development, cultural development and environmental development and social justice, social harmony, democratic values and human rights establishment. The main working areas are: remote and hardship rural areas like coastal belts, chars (islands), waterlogged/low-lying areas, disaster prone areas etc. which are situated in the southern part of Bangladesh which are far from Capital city and Upazilla Towns, urban areas: slums, street sides, launch ghats, bus stands, etc. where very poor people are living, (conditions) who are the hardcore poor and vulnerable and suffer from illiteracy, ignorance, capacity, ill health, professional skills, modern technology, unemployment, food deficiency, malnutrition, and who are exploited, deprived and tortured in different respects, who are the victims of human rights violation, democratic rights violation, legal rights violation etc. and who have no decision-making capacity or power, who are isolated and unorganized. DABALOY emphases the women, disables and children for its programs, so, about 90% beneficiaries are women, disables and children. About 70% of the beneficiaries are living under subsistence level and leading a miseries and painful life in the coastal, rural and urban areas. The main professions are: selling physical labour, rickshaw pulling, boat oaring, share croppers, fishing, small trades, maid servants, pushing carts, coolies, selling fishes, rice etc. The main causes of poverty are: high rate of disasters and every year cyclone, tornado, over flood, excessive rainfall, tidal bore etc. destroy the standing crops, and other resources. So, high poverty is existed in the project areas. There is no employment opportunity for the poor people in the rural areas and urban areas, because, they are illiterate and have no professional skills. DABALOY has an efficient management with sufficient staffs and expertise and policy making body. Under these conditions, the lives of the poor people are too difficult and painful. The literacy rate of the poor people is about 18% but among the women it is only about 8% or less. Due to illiteracy and ignorance, they lead a very traditional life, where existing high rate of social barriers, religious barriers, superstitions, religious dogmatism, fundamentalism, male domination, social domination etc. Women have very less opportunity to go out of the houses due to high social barriers. So the conditions of the women are very painful and tragic. They become DABALOY the victims of trafficking, torturing, abuse, divorce, polygamy, deprivation, acid violence etc. DABALOY has been working for those people and has been trying to improve their lives in the society through making them aware, organized, build their institutions, greater solidarity, unity, capacity building, skills development and involving in different economic and productive activities. So, the activities of DABALOY is highly accepted and appreciated by the local people, administrations and government departments, because, DABALOY has considerable contribution in the field of rural and urban development. Now people are aware, educated, organized, capable and skilled in different respects, so, they want to do something for income earning, which will help to lead a favorable life in the society. They have realized the causes of poverty and their position in the society. So, they want to realize their rights and legal demands from the society through joint actions but they have limitations and the organization has also limitations. We think we should promote their actions through supporting financially and morally to establish them in the society; otherwise, they could never improve their conditions. So, we are soliciting to the benevolent donor agencies, personnel and institutions for supports. We are especially requesting support in the areas of human rights promotion, democracy promotion, social activities, economic activities and capacity building activities, HIV/AIDS prevention activities, trafficking and women violence prevention activities, child labour prevention activities and also education activities, so, they could be able to realize their rights, improve social and economic conditions and go a head to improve their lives. We cordially hope, the benevolent donors will extend their helping hands and cooperation to improve the lives of the hardcore poor people through different development processes. Please extend your kind helping hands and cooperation and help us to work for the poor people to establish them in the society with having rightful shares of the resources, human rights, legal rights, legal justice, social harmony etc. It would be highly appreciated, if you would kindly visit our project areas. Please send your prescribed guidelines and application formats and other related information, which will help us to get your benevolent supports for the poverty alleviation and human rights establishment. We are enclosing herewith the profile of DABALOY, which will give a clear picture of our initiatives for the poor people.

Anticipating your cordial cooperation and looking forward to hearing from you soon.
With best wishes and kind regards,

Sincerely yours,

Proff.Tapash Dev
Director

“Thanks for providing us with the opportunity to make some online post that would to matches for services you render for deaf children around the world. I am a deaf kenyan and wishing you to bring you greetings from Kenya.

To Rescue, rehabilitation and empowerment of Children working in Cocoa Growing areas, Fishing Communities and sexually exploited women and children

Dear Sir
Nari Unnayan Sangstha-NUS is local NGO working
with disable & deaf children in rural Bangladesh
from 2004.We searching grant fund for deaf children .

dear sir, we want orphans feeding orphnage home

To Date, July 21 , 2010.
The Chief Executive
Subject: Prayer for application format , funding guideline and financial support from your organization.
Dear Sir,

Greetings from Sebika Songstha ( SS.)

Sebika Songstha (SS) is a local NGO. It was established in 1987 with the collaboration of some like-minded social workers with an aim to promote the socio-economic and cultural status of the poor and vulnerable people, emphasizing the women, disabled and children. It was duly registered with the Government departments like Department of Social Services,Reg . no Dha -02397 Date of 09/04/90. Registered With NGO Affairs Bureau Govt. of Bangladesh bearing Registration No. 2247 Date of 24/06/ 2007, and Department of Health and Family Welfare Govt. of Bangladesh Reg .no -6/91/6466. Date of 02/11/91 .Sebika Songstha is a Active Member of Federation of NGOs in Bangladesh ( FNB) Reg no – 053 Date of Dhaka 25/07/2005 . Same Membership Credit and Development form (CDF) Membership no -S0864 Date of 23May 2006. A Member of Planet Finance of FRANCE Date of 17May 2006. Sebika Songhtha is operating in 117 villages of 15 Unions under Noakhali and Dhaka District covering urban and rural areas. Already it has organized 1500 people into 57 small groups, whose’ savings size is Tk.15,67,165/-. It has been implementing different development activities for the socio-economic and cultural development of the poor beneficiaries for their poverty alleviation, social establishment, and human rights establishment. The main activities are: awareness raising, group formation, savings accumulation, credit support for I Gas, child and adult education, primary health and nutrition education, handicrafts development works, adolescent girls life education, tree plantation and environment development, rural water and sanitation, women development, disabled children development, prevention of trafficking, drug and violence, prevention of HIV/AIDS, arsenic awareness raising and mitigation, Disaster preparation and management etc. The main funding sources are: membership subscriptions, personnel donations, Department of Social Services, Family planning Services, NGO Forum and local contributions.

Already it has developed a good reputation in the areas as well as with the local administration and govt. departments. The project areas are very poverty stricken, remote, riverine and disaster prone due to different natural frequent disasters, which have resulted high poverty, because, most of the time, the cyclones, over flood, tornado, droughts etc. in the areas, so, the people do not get corps every year. Moreover there is high unemployment in the areas, because, there is insufficient mills and companies. It is mention able here that about 85% of the people are under the poverty line and same percentage of people is illiterate and socially unconscious, who needs development involvement but the government and other initiatives are too insufficient to help the poor people for their life improvement. So, the dimensions of the programs have been increasing day by day with felt-need and demand of the poor beneficiaries and with the request of the local administration and govt. departments. More poor and vulnerable targeted people are participating and involving with their own development programs. SS has limitation to cope with the increasing programs. But the poor people need immediate programs to promote their socio-economic conditions. So, we need all sorts of cooperation and supports from all concerns to meet up the bigger shaped programs. It is mention able here that 95% beneficiary are women, disabled and children. Special emphasize is given to the women and children in all the set programs, because, these sections are the main victims and mostly sufferers. Considering the cir cumstances, most of the programs are planned and implemented for the women and children. We think, HIV/AIDS has become a crucial problem for the poor people and HIV/AIDS prevention is the prime need for the poor people to save their lives. So, we are requesting to provide application format ,funding guideline and financial support from your organization.. Please extend your helping hands and cooperation for the well being and safe lives of the poor and vulnerable people and send us your prescribed guidelines and Project Format, which will help us to get your support and assistance. Your kind visit to our organization is our encouragement.

Thanking you in anticipation and looking forward to hearing from you soon.
With all the best wishes and kind regards,

Sincerely yours,

Abu Masud,
Executive Director.
Sebika Songstha
Bangladesh

Our Ref; SS/ 137/ 2010. Date:02/11/2010.
To
The Chief Executive,
Subject: Prayer for application format , funding guideline and financial support from your organization.
Dear Sir,

Greetings from Sebika Songstha ( SS.)

Sebika Songstha (SS) is a local NGO. It was established in 1987 with the collaboration of some like-minded social workers with an aim to promote the socio-economic and cultural status of the poor and vulnerable people, emphasizing the women, disabled and children. It was duly registered with the Government departments like Department of Social Services,Reg . no Dha -02397 Date of 09/04/90. Registered With NGO Affairs Bureau Govt. of Bangladesh bearing Registration No. 2247 Date of 24/06/ 2007, and Department of Health and Family Welfare Govt. of Bangladesh Reg .no -6/91/6466. Date of 02/11/91 .Sebika Songstha is a Active Member of Federation of NGOs in Bangladesh ( FNB) Reg no – 053 Date of Dhaka 25/07/2005 . Same Membership Credit and Development form (CDF) Membership no -S0864 Date of 23May 2006. A Member of Planet Finance of FRANCE Date of 17May 2006. Sebika Songhtha is operating in 117 villages of 15 Unions under Noakhali and Dhaka District covering urban and rural areas. Already it has organized 1500 people into 57 small groups, whose’ savings size is Tk.15,67,165/-. It has been implementing different development activities for the socio-economic and cultural development of the poor beneficiaries for their poverty alleviation, social establishment, and human rights establishment. The main activities are; identifying the disable persons in the society, their problems in daily life, the reasons for those problems, the solutions for those problems, identifying their own talent, the ways of utilizing their talents ; identifying the barriers which exclude them from the ordinary way of life, ways of minimizing those barriers. From our previous activities we have noticed that these deprived and neglected disable people are rarely incapable of leading a normal life. It is true that they cannot lead their life like the blessed able people but it is frequently found that the disable people have created their own way of life through a tremendous, appreciable series of effort. And the most important achievement of our previous work is that we have seen that if the neglected disable people are provided with minimum facilities, handled with sympathy, tolerance they can, they do exceed the limit of expectation. SS have been working with these gifted but neglected people for a long time and SS has implemented various motivating, awareness raising and sometimes training and capital providing projects for these people but unfortunately for limitation of resources SS are not satisfied with the current situation. SS believe that if they get support from organization like yours SS can really change the present miserable condition of the disable people in this area and set an example for others.

So, we are requesting to provide application format ,funding guideline and financial support from your organization.. Please extend your helping hands and cooperation for the well being and safe lives of the poor and vulnerable Disable people and send us your prescribed guidelines and Project Format, which will help us to get your support and assistance. Your kind visit to our organization is our encouragement.

Thanking you in anticipation and looking forward to hearing from you soon.
With all the best wishes and kind regards,

Sincerely yours,

Abu Masud,
Executive Director.
Sebika Songstha
Bangladesh

Sub: Seeking financial Assistance for the Disabled Children.

Dear Sir,
We would like to dear your kind attention that we are an NGO name Suprovati (Women and child Development Organization) of Village-Murali (Joramondir), Post Office-Rajarhat, District-Jessore, Country-Bangladesh, Regan-South Asia. The 84 guardians of 84 Children (1-18 Years) residing in 6 villages within the working areas of our organization come frequently to us for assistance. They request us to provide education, treatment, training, wears in religious ceremony, good food and recreational facilities for the Disabled Children. Because of there is no development program for the disabled children not be admitted to the general school. The guardians of disabled child do not have money to treat them. That is why the children become permanent disabled children having a distance of 54 Kilometers from our organization Suprovati. The school is very expensive. Which is a school in Jessore town having a for poor families.
In fine, my humble appeal to you that you would be Kind enough to send “Project Proposal”

Thanks by,
Nargis Yeasmin
Director
Suprovati(Women and Children Development Organization)
E-mail- suprovati_org@yahoo.com
Reg: No- W A O/Jess-87/97
F D- 2232/07

Sub: Seeking financial Assistance for the Disabled Children.

Dear Sir,
We would like to dear your kind attention that we are an NGO name Suprovati (Women and child Development Organization) of Village-Murali (Joramondir), Post Office-Rajarhat, District-Jessore, Country-Bangladesh, Regan-South Asia. The 84 guardians of 84 Children (1-18 Years) residing in 6 villages within the working areas of our organization come frequently to us for assistance. They request us to provide education, treatment, training, wears in religious ceremony, good food and recreational facilities for the Disabled Children. Because of there is no development program for the disabled children not be admitted to the general school. The guardians of disabled child do not have money to treat them. That is why the children become permanent disabled children having a distance of 54 Kilometers from our organization Suprovati. The school is very expensive. Which is a school in Jessore town having a for poor families.
In fine, my humble appeal to you that you would be Kind enough to send “Project Proposal”

Dear Sir and madam,
Peace greetings. LEEDO is working with the most vulnerable & Less fortunate’s street children. We are seeking potential donors to assist our street girls’ rehabilitation shelter; they are sexually abused on the streets. Please see below the goals of LEEDO, if you have quires or advice contact us: E-mail: helpstreetchildren4survive@gmail.com.

 Vision
To make the society realize that the street children are very vulnerable and less fortunate so it’s a responsibility for all of us to protect them towards a better future.

 Mission
To educate people in all nations by mobilizing and empowering individuals and into holistic missions which build a positive difference in their communities. To transform these communities through the implementation of programs which affect all areas of community life including: health, education, economic empowerment, rehabilitation and advocacy.

To protect and bring back most vulnerable street children who’s lives scattered by poverty, domination, exclusion, abuse and conflicts to provide suitable opportunities for a better future.

 Background

Local Education and Economic Development Organization- LEEDO is a non – profitable and voluntary based development charity established in 2000 with the initiation of a group of educated social activists aiming to improve the life style of Street Children who are living in difficulties on the streets because their very vulnerable.

 Values Statement
• We are honest, open, trustworthy and accountable in all our dealings with all stakeholders, partners and donors.
• Children is first who are living in difficulties on the streets without parents
• We carry out our activities with enthusiasm, integrity and humility.
• We have a heart of faith devoted to prayer, spiritual growth and respect all religions.
• We remain faithful and steadfast in our commitment to serve the communities in which we work.
• We show honour, love, affection, respect and compassion to all people no matter what their circumstance or history.
• We are committed to listening, developing relationships and responding to most vulnerable children need in cooperation with national and international charities and community leaders
• We practice hospitality and exercise generosity with joy.

 Goals of LEEDO
 Open up a rehab shelter for most vulnerable street girls, they will obtain facilities from this shelter for 24/7
 Open up a day care support shelter for street girls who sexually abused on the streets
 Open up more schools under the sky where children will receive literacy & numeracy
 Reach health and medical care who (Below eighteen street girls ) are at risk on HIV/AIDS
 Open up the mobile school of the street children
 Organize national campaigns of educating people to make positive thinking concerning the street children.
 Build the street children mobile clinic where children will get health care support if there is a urgent requirement
 Health Care Support to Disabled street children and disabled mass communities
 Open up a mobile clinic for the disadvantaged women and children

 Legal Status:

LEEDO is registered with NGO Affairs Bureau, Office of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. Registration Num: 1466.

Hello, lt is me prophet kabulo of lnternational Bible Baptist Deaf Ministries, Lusaka Zambia Southern Central Africa.


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