All latest project updates

  • RSR Update

    Awareness on child Rights

    • by  Antony Muthu Dass
    • 74 Krishnapuram in gangavelli blocks of Salem District. In that village government middle school children both boy's and girls 62 from 6th standard to 8th standard given awareness education on child Rights most of the children's parents are coolie work. Teachers of the school provide us Permission to organise the program in that school. Teachers also welcomed and encouraged us.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Child Rights education

    • by  Antony Muthu Dass
    • 28 tribal students from 1st standard to 5th standards studying in Government residential school located in Naripady village of Gangavelli block of Salem District. Only two teachers are teaching even though it is residential school children are not staying during the night. In order to awaken those students child Rights awareness education program organized 18 students took part and they were clearly explained about child Rights. Vote of thanks proposed and the talks were delivered by Dass.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Awareness for NREGS on safe migration

    • by  Antony Muthu Dass
    • Naripadi a village panchyat in the Gangavelli block of Salem District 156 house holds . They are all belong to scheduled Tribes. Only few of them are land holding community rest of them working in different sectors like agriculture, daily labourers coolies and migrant workers in textile and spinning mills. In this village 65 women are engaged as NREGS workers. To sensitizing the workers on safe migration concept POLE had a meeting with the support of supervisor of NREGS. These women were given awareness education on safe migration including ESI, Insurance, and minimum wages act. The purpose of the meeting is not only sensitizing women but through them their neighbors relatives and friends could be sensitised.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Meeting With CRPF Members at Perumanallur

    • by  Regina Mary
    • On 7th September 2017, CRPF members meeting was conduted at Perumanallur. A total of 12 members participated. During the meeting CRPF (Child Rights Protection Fourm)decided to continue as voluntary member along with SAVE'S initiative.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Use of water ceramic filters for water treatment

    • by  Kazooba Diana
    • Gerald from health club of Kisomoro Primary school has the capacity to the entire school on the use and maintainance of ceramic water filters

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    SHG Formation

    • by  selvi save
    • On 7.September. 2017 SHE Formation at Kodathavarampatty Thadicompu Panchyathu Dindigul Rural block. Totally 11.members participated

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    VGRC MEETING

    • by  thangapandi apc
    • VGRC group formation at vaiyampatti block Muthugoma Patti village 12 members are participate

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    School Awareness

    • by  jerold apc
    • Save APC Team has organised school awareness program on child rights & laws safe and Importance of education at ponnumanthuri village on 7th September 2017 Around 72 members participate in the program

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    SHG meeting

    • by  thilaga thilaga
    • Echadipatty 9 members are participate

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    No more going to the far end well

    • by  Kazooba Diana
    • Nyangoma doesn't have to walk a km to fetch water school anymore because of existence rainwater harvesting tank

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Five stance lined pit latrine for girls

    • by  Kazooba Diana
    • Girls in Kisomoro Primary school have only had 3 functional latrines and yet enrolment is 245.meaning that stance ratio is 82:1.situation has now been averted to 8 stances with 31:1 stance ratio.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Project committee meeting

    • by  NCPA Coffee
    • A discussion was held between CEAPRED and NCPA executive members to discuss on the draft manual on coffee production for constructive feedbacks from NCPA side.This project is funded by the European union.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Rahima

    • by  Rsin Rinn
    • Rahima lives with her son in Pashchim Belka Char ( High Land) area and her husband works in Dhaka as a rikshaw puller for living. Rahima and her son were about to die from the flood, but they were fortunate enough to save their life with the help of a banana tree. Rahima did not find any space in the shelter house, besides no food, was available during that time. She made a temporary house nearby the main road by using clothes and stayed there for a week. She cooked with other people and the food was very limited, she literally ate a very little. They don’t own any TV or radio, therefore, Rahima hardly had any information.After the water level went down, rahima wanted to go back to her residence, but unfortunately, she was not able to get in her house because of the mud and bad smell. She does not own a tin shade house, her house is made of straws and mud beside she does not have tube well in her house. Fetching water from others house has become more difficult these days, specially when someone needs to go through the muddy area.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    "It was a nightmare"

    • by  Rsin Rinn
    • Amena begum is a resident of Kisham Shadar and incurred a loss of 8000BDT during the recent flood. She has six members in her family and things are getting difficult for her to manage food and shelter. Amena and her family had to stay at the shelter center for 5-6 days, they took shelter in the nearby primary school. According to her, the school did not have enough space available, therefore Amena and her husband stayed at the road side and kept their children in the shelter center. There was no such food available at the shelter center and cooking something for their-self was the ultimate challenge during that time. However, Amena managed to buy some rice and lentil from the local store and made a stove with a road side brick and finally fed their children. She also stated that these few days are like a nightmare to her and she does not want to recall this memory anymore.

    • Read more >
  • RSR Update

    Including flood safety measures in text-books

    • by  Rsin Rinn
    • Rumana is a school going girl who studies in class three, she has recently missed her exam because of the flood. During the flood, she missed her school very badly especially playing with her friends. Rumana had an exam on the 19th which is going to take place after Eid holidays, she is kind of upset about the matter that she needs to take preparation for the exam during her holidays.Rumana usually walk to her school and at this moment the main roads are clogged with water and mud, therefore she is taking a different route which requires 2 kilos of extra walking. As a result, she is losing interest in going to the school. Every year they face difficulty during flood time and she said there was no such information available about the flood, in fact, she indicated the government to put flood related safety measures in their text book so that they can train their self. Also, the NGO’s can communicate with the school teachers and inform about the upcoming floods in advance which will be passed to the students. She thinks by using this method a large number of people can be reached and it will also have lots of lives.

    • Read more >
Fetch more updates