Thursday, June 13, 2013

June 2013

29th June


The Child Welfare Committee of Jodhpur and administrative people from the department of Social Justice and Empowerment visited the boarding home program today. This program operates under the Sambhali Sheerni educational program. The team came for an inspection which would allow Sambhali Trust a certificate after registering with Juvenile Justice Act. It went very smooth and we are excited that someday we will be able to open our own orphanage or shelter for girls.


Photo: The Child Welfare Committee of Jodhpur and administrative people from  the department of Social Justice and Empowerment visited the boarding home program on 29th of June. This program operates under the Sambhali Sheerni educational program. The team came for an inspection which would allow Sambhali Trust a certificate after registering with Juvenile Justice Act. It went very smooth and we are excited that someday we will be able to open our own orphanage or shelter for girls. 

 

26th June


We were glad to have three young volunteers from Jodhpur who are students of Law. They came to share their knowledge with us by giving workshops at the Sambhali Jodhpur empowerment center. Our participants were very happy and asked many questions. The workshops were related to Women Rights, Child Rights, Human Rights and to know how to file a police complaint and getting around a Police station...


Photo: We were glad to have three young volunteers from Jodhpur who are students of Law. They came to share their knowledge with us by giving workshops at the Sambhali Jodhpur empowerment center. Our participants were very happy and asked many questions. The workshops were related to Women Rights, Child Rights, Human Rights and to know how to file a police complaint and getting around a Police station... 


 

25th June


20 embroidered samples that were made by the women from the Sambhali Jodhpur Empowerment Centre were exhibited as part of the Wylye Valley Art Trail in the UK in May. Isobel Scott-Clarke who volunteered with us for a month, kindly framed and displayed the samples and a few pieces sold as part of a fundraising exercise for Sambhali Trust.

http://wvat.co.uk/followthetrail/72/1


Photo: 20 embroidered samples that were made by the women from the Sambhali Jodhpur Empowerment Centre were exhibited as part of the Wylye Valley Art Trail in the UK in May.  Isobel Scott-Clarke who volunteered with us for a month, kindly framed and displayed the samples and a few pieces sold as part of a fundraising exercise for Sambhali Trust.  

http://wvat.co.uk/followthetrail/72/1 


 

11th June

 

Khamaghani our dear audience. The Annual Report of 2012-2013 is out today. Are you interested in viewing it? Please find it on our website: http://www.sambhali-trust.org/support/reports/annualreports.html

Thank you for staying with us in this battle of empowering the underprivileged women and girls.



10th June

Meet Rani Devi of Setrawa village, participating in Sambhali Sheerni women self-help group project. She is 45 years old, her husband died of tuberculosis one and half year ago, he worked at the earth quarry digging out stone. Rani is mother of nine children, 4 of her children are child married. Rani is from Dalit community and begs in the village for living. Rani is sick with chest pain and we have been hosting her in Jodhpur taking care of her sickness. We are motivating Rani to take loan from the self-help group and start a small business for her family and to stop begging. Her youngest child is 8 years old.


Photo: Meet Rani Devi of Setrawa village, participating in Sambhali Sheerni women self-help group project. She is 45 years old, her husband died of tuberculosis one and half year ago, he worked at the earth quarry digging out stone. Rani is mother of nine children, 4 of her children are child married. Rani is from Dalit community and begs in the village for living. Rani is sick with chest pain and we have been hosting her in Jodhpur taking care of her sickness. We are motivating Rani to take loan from the self-help group and start a small business for her family and to stop begging. Her youngest child is 8 years old.

 

 

7th June


We believe education is key to success.. We have sponsored about 125 children in good private schools.. Some of them came with their report cards today. 7 students passed their schools this year, 6 came in 12th this year. 2 want to become lawyer and 5 are enrolled in hotel management. Unfortunately two failed, one in 12th and one in 10th but we asked them to continue because we believe they will make difference in their lives one day.


Photo: We believe education is key to success.. We have sponsored about 125 children in good private schools.. Some of them came with their report cards today. 7 students passed their schools this year, 6 came in 12th this year. 2 want to become lawyer and 5 are enrolled in hotel management. Unfortunately two failed, one in 12th and one in 10th but we asked them to continue because we believe they will make difference in their lives one day.

 

 

4th June

 

Hi everyone, we have four women, Bheekha Devi, Meera-ji, Nijro Devi and Vimla Devi who have come to us looking for financial support. We need your help to help them. We want to buy them two cows (282US$ each), a goat for 123US$ and open a grocery shop for 264US$. Do you want to help these women? Please message us for further details. Your contribution will make difference in their lives. Pictures will be provided to the sponsor and chance to visit these wonderful people..

Photo: Hi everyone, we have four women, Bheekha Devi, Meera-ji, Nijro Devi and Vimla Devi who have come to us looking for financial support. We need your help to help them. We want to buy them two cows (282US$ each), a goat for 123US$ and open a grocery shop for 264US$. Do you want to help these women?  Please message us for further details. Your contribution will make difference in their lives. Pictures will be provided to the sponsor and chance to visit these wonderful people..

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