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Rural Development Trust. ANNUAL UPDATE FOR 2009-10 By- Nithya Chandrasekaran and Sree Kamireddy 10-6-10. Through an integrated program of Health, Nutrition, Education and A wareness H elp young migrant children successfully learn, stay, and become skilled.

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Rural Development Trust

ANNUAL UPDATE FOR 2009-10

By-Nithya Chandrasekaran and Sree Kamireddy

10-6-10


  • Through an integrated program of Health, Nutrition, Education and Awareness

  • Help young migrant children successfully learn, stay, and become skilled.

  • Equip children with high moral values and to develop confidence.

  • Wean children away from construction labor jobs.

Org High Level Goal


  • Involved since 2005.

  • Most of RDT funding comes through Asha, Seattle.

  • Approved recurring funding for Rs. 24,89,775/-.

  • Disbursed $179,386/- since 2005.

History


  • Coordinator (Mr. T.K. Elumalai)

  • Asst. Coordinator

  • Teachers (16)

  • Cooks (3)

  • Driver

People


  • Coordinator (Mr. T.K. Elumalai)

  • Asst. Coordinator

  • Teachers (15)

  • Cooks (3)

  • Driver

People


  • Registered as a charitable Trust in Kanchipuram, TN

  • Schools in 9 villages.

  • One additional school – Hiranandani - supported by a construction company.

Location


Location Specifics


  • 692 [note proposal was only prepared for 612 children, but they enrolled 70 new students in academic year 09-10]

  • Bridge school

    • Classes 1 – 8.

    • 467 children.

  • Day Care.

    • 225 children

  • In addition to teaching, provide learning materials, meals, exposure visits, and medical camp for migrants

Activities


Asha, Seattle Involvement


  • Give a comprehensive/detailed picture of Asha, Seattle’s involvement with the project. Add more slides if necessary. The following checklist has a few basic items which apply to most projects. Elaborate on the following items.

Asha, Seattle Involvement


Asha, Seattle Involvement Contd.


Asha, Seattle Budget [refer doc]


  • Haven’t done one since Dec 17, 2008.

Site Visit Report


  • Indian law requires all partners to have an audit report every year. Highlights from last years audit report (Form 10B). A sample audit report, from a project, can be found at http://www.ashanet.org/projects-new/documents/745/auditreport2008.pdf.

Audit Report


Survey Results – Refer Doc


Process Checks


Resources [Refer Doc]

  • Links to news paper articles, or other items of interest.


Questions?


  • Some FAQs at Asha, Seattle meetings.

    • How many rs are we spending per kid per year?

    • Does the amount being spent on infrastructure items (building schools, repairing roofs, etc. ) look reasonable?

    • Where exactly is the partner located? (especially for remote projects. Be ready to locate the project area on a map)

    • What is the graduation rate of the school?

    • What is the student to teacher ratio in class rooms?

    • What is the girl to boy ratio in the school?

    • What are the line items in the budget?

    • Why is the partner asking for more funding for line item N? (You will be asked this if there are changes in the budget line items)

    • Community opinion of the project.

    • What went well, what didn’t go as expected, what can be done differently.

FAQs


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