This micro project meets the cost of providing nutritious dinner to 40 underprivileged children in our joy home for children orphanage in India for 3 months. Consequently the abandoned orphan children will grow healthy and will be free from dreadful diseases. The children are very good at studies and enthusiastic in sports & games. In the Hot Dinner we provide Cooked rice, Chapati, Veg Curry, Rasam, Curd. The underprivileged children are happy with this nutritious dinner for their healthy life.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
This project provides nutritious dinner to the 40 underprivileged children age group is 6-15 yrs. Child malnutrition limits development and reduces a child's capacity to learn. With no food in their bellies, it's hard for children to concentrate on their studies. Some even drop out of school entirely. Instead of getting an education, children are often forced to beg or work for food. This project will provide healthy nutritious dinner to 40 abandoned children in TUMAKURU of KARNATAKA, India
How will this project solve this problem?
Every day, unfortunate orphan children receive nutritious dinner in a Joy Home, providing them with the basic nutrients they need to be grown and perform well in their classes. The dinner includes Cooked Sona Rice, Chapathi, Vegetable Curry, Kitchidi, Rasam, Curd. In this daily menu, we provide one dinner changes 3 times in a week as orphans like so much these items including sweet. It gives for children an incentive to learn & receive an education that will prepare them for a successful future
Potential Long Term Impact
This project has potential & impact full in main streaming of orphans & street children. Their basic needs are met & they will get new life through gaining knowledge, vocational skills & life skills. They will get love & affection as if their parents provides. Their confidence level will increase & become good asset to the community. They are developed physically & psychologically & made as good & productive citizens. They will inspire by philanthropy & show humanity towards the community.
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Glue sticks (at least three for the year)
Scissors (blunt ended for younger kids, pointed for older ones)
No. 2 pencils (Stick with this classic to avoid classroom competition over whose writing utensil is the coolest — or most impractical.)
A pencil sharpener (hand-held with a top to collect shavings)
A large pink eraser (The old-fashioned ones do the best erasing.)
A four-ounce bottle of white glue