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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

Rural Development Trust

ANNUAL UPDATE FOR 2009-10

By-Nithya Chandrasekaran and Sree Kamireddy

10-6-10


Org high level goal

  • 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


History

  • 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


People

  • Coordinator (Mr. T.K. Elumalai)

  • Asst. Coordinator

  • Teachers (16)

  • Cooks (3)

  • Driver

People


People1

  • Coordinator (Mr. T.K. Elumalai)

  • Asst. Coordinator

  • Teachers (15)

  • Cooks (3)

  • Driver

People


Location

  • Registered as a charitable Trust in Kanchipuram, TN

  • Schools in 9 villages.

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

Location


Location specifics

Location Specifics


Activities

  • 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

Asha, Seattle Involvement


Asha seattle involvement1

  • 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 Involvement Contd.


Asha seattle budget refer doc

Asha, Seattle Budget [refer doc]


Site visit report

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

Site Visit Report


Audit 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

Survey Results – Refer Doc


Process checks

Process Checks


Resources refer doc

Resources [Refer Doc]

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


Questions

Questions?


Rural development trust

  • 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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