REPORT AND PROPOSAL FOR EDUCATION SPONSORING FOR ORPHANS,
Title of the Project: “Education Sponsorship”
Educational sponsorship for orphans
Geographical Area of the Project:
The Safa Educational Welfare and Charitable Trust is a welfare organization doing service in social welfare and education fields in the direct supervision of scholars, is making all possible efforts to reach the disadvantaged and marginalized sections of the society, surveying knowing their circumstances, assist them according to their needs.
This organization is established in the year of 2006. In the long successful working, the organization found huge gaps between wealthy and needy families. To find out real beneficiaries TSEWCT established survey process to know the exact conditions and plights of poor and destitute families. Our comprehensive survey process requires the families to disclose the basic needs and real problems by filling up a detailed format and by taking up this survey organization in identified localities of Hyderabad TSEWCT is able to decide poverty level of such family to facilitate to extend help.
Proposed Project Period: The project period is from June 2018-2019.
Objective of the Project:
Support in education in good school for orphans who are living with their guardian and relatives. Support for better and quality education for 130 children in private institution.
Total 130 orphans who are living with their guardians and relatives whose families are living in underprivileged condition.
The management of The Safa Educational Welfare & Charitable Trust has dedicated their lives to upbringing these children, due to lack of resources they have to work often in unavoidable circumstances.
General Presentation and Analysis of the Problems
The most disadvantaged group in India is the millions of street children who live or work on the street. The reasons behind this are either these children are orphan, or come from a poor economic background. These children are malnourished; never go to school or dropout.
Hyderabad, city known for its hospitality and pearls it has lot of slums out of which only a handful are identified by the TSEWCT. Being the capital city of Telangana, thousands of people enter a new world for a better livelihood. These migrants, plus many other underprivileged, live with their children. For these children education is like an unattainable luxury or something which they want to achieve but unfortunately cannot. They lose their childhood and only have a little hope for a better future.
To make their dreams come true, TSEWCT took an initiative to provide educational sponsorship where all these kids can reside with their families and get better educations. TSEWCT is serving for the poverty stricken and orphan children with their overall development, care and rehabilitation. TSEWCT has different activities at regular intervals for children’s proper growth.
TSEWCT is just a platform for children where they can express their feelings and show their talent. Different facilities are been provided TSEWCT to make these children more smart and educative.
- All basic facilities such as food, clothes, a dormitory for the children, books, stationary, etc.
- To develop interaction skills by having group discussions on quarterly basis.
List of School Going Orphans Under the supervision of TSEWCT
|S. No.||Name of Student||Class||Result/division||Promote to Next Class||Remark|
|1||Maheek Fatima||6th Class||53.33 %||7th Class||–|
|2||Mohammed Sohail Ali||UKG||93.33 %||1st Class||–|
|3||Abdul Rahman||5th Class||B1||6th Class||–|
|4||Mohammed Ismail||Nursery||42.40 %||LKG||–|
|5||Mohammed Ghouseuddin||4th Class||A2||5th Class||–|
|6||Muskan Fatima||2nd Class||A+||3rd Class||–|
|7||Abdul Aziz Khan||3rd Class||A+||4th Class||–|
|8||Mohammed Rahmatullah Khan||3rd Class||A||4th Class||–|
|9||Mohammed Nizamuddin||6th Class||A||7th Class||–|
|10||Sayeeda Begum||UKG||9.5||1st Class||–|
|11||Abdul Razzaq||2nd Class||A2||3rd Class||–|
|12||Mohammed Shoib||5th Class||B1||6th Class||–|
|13||Mohammed Rehan||3rd Class||B1||4th Class||–|
|14||Mohammed Abdul Rahman||2nd Class||A2||3rd Class||–|
|15||Mohammed Afzal||1st Class||A1||2nd Class||–|
|16||Shaik Zubair Pasha||Nursery||90%||LKG||–|
|17||Md Osama Udder||8th Class||–||9th Class||–|
|18||Khansa Umbers||5th Class||1st||6th Class||–|
|19||Md Salman||1st Class||A||2nd Class||–|
|20||Mohd Amer||1st Class||A+||2nd Class||–|
|21||Saniya Begum||7th Class||B2||8th Class||–|
|22||Md Zohaib||5th Class||B1||6th Class||–|
|23||Sameera Begum||8th Class||C2||9th Class||–|
|24||Mohd Tabraiz||6th Class||C1||7th Class||–|
|25||Hafsa Fatima||5th Class||B2||6th Class||–|
|26||Nousheen Unnisa||8TH Class||A2||9th Class||–|
|27||Syed Nawaz||6th Class||C1||7th Class||–|
|28||Md Raheem||1st Class||B+||2nd Class||–|
|29||Heeba Fatima||3rd Class||A1||4th Class||–|
|30||Minhaj Noor U Saba||7th Class||B2||8th Class||–|
|32||Nida Fatima||3rd Class||A+||4th Class||–|
|33||Juveria Fatima||2nd Class||A+||3rd Class||–|
|34||Sofia Fatima||1st Class||A+||2nd Class||–|
|36||Imran||2nd Class||C||3rd Class||–|
|37||Maryam Begum||5th Class||B1||6th Class||–|
|38||Mohammed Faizan||4th Class||D||5th Class||–|
|39||Mohd Faizan Pasha||2nd Class||38.88%||3rd Class||–|
|40||Mohammed Adnan||U.K.G||B||1st Class||–|
|41||Sufiyan Roshan||3rd Class||–||4th Class||–|
|42||Salma Sultana||Inter 1st Year||–||Inter 2nd Year||–|
|44||Siddiqa Begum||2nd Class||B||3rd Class||–|
|45||Hajera Bugum||3rd Class||C1||4th Class||–|
|46||Asra Begum||UKG||A1||1st Class||–|
|47||Faraha Begum||2nd Class||B||3rd Class||–|
|48||Syed Abdul Rabay||5th Class||E||6th Class||–|
|49||Askiya||3rd Class||B||4th Class||–|
|50||Mohd Fareed||1st Class||B||2nd Class||–|
|51||Shaik Hannan||2nd Class||B||3rd Class||–|
|52||Mahin Begum||3rd Class||A2||4th Class||–|
|53||Saniya Begum||7th Class||A2||8th Class||–|
|54||Afreen Begum||5th Class||B1||6th Class||–|
|55||Shireen Fatima||7th Class||B1||8th Class||–|
|56||Mohd Rehan||7th Class||B+||8th Class||–|
|57||Mohd Irfan||2nd Class||B1||3rd Class||–|
|58||Mohd Mustafa||1st Class||–||2nd Class||–|
|59||Shireen Begum||7th Class||A||8th Class||–|
|60||Mohd Ayaan Wajid||–||–||–||–|
|61||Simra Wajid||UKG||–||1st Class||–|
|62||Mohd Aman||1st Class||A||2nd Class||–|
|63||Mohd Rehan||5th Class||B+||6th Class||–|
|64||Amreen Begum||7th Class||A+||8th Class||–|
|65||Shaik Huzair Basha||LKG||H||UKG||–|
|66||Samee Ullah||5th Class||E||6th Class||–|
|67||Fahad Ullah||7th Class||D||8th Class||–|
|68||Sana Begum||3rd Class||B1||4th Class||–|
|70||Sofiya Begum||2nd Class||B2||3rd Class||–|
|71||Sameer Ahmed||5th Class||A||6th Class||–|
|72||Sumaiya Sultana||2nd Class||A2||3rd Class||–|
|73||Maimona Sultana||UKG||–||1st Class||–|
|74||Syed Mohd Siddiq||5th Class||A||6th Class||–|
|75||Mohd Nawaz||3rd Class||B1||4th Class||–|
|76||Shahin Begum||5th Class||A1||6th Class||–|
|77||Mahim Begum||7th Class||A||8th Class||–|
|78||Nishad Fatima||7th Class||A||8th Class||–|
|79||Montasha Fatima||8th Class||A1||9th Class||–|
|80||Meraj Butol||4th Class||A||5th Class||–|
|81||Shaileena Mubeen||1st Class||A1||2nd Class||–|
Above mentioned orphans complete academic report is presented, some of orphans reports not been provided by institutions and some of reports are not available due to orphans age are less than four years.
Proposed Budget (For One Year): 2018-19
For each Student
|S. No||Particulars / Heads||Amount||Remarks|
|1.||Annual School Fees including||13000||At the time of admission|
|2.||Books (One Time) each||3000||On an average as per class, it may increase|
|3.||Uniform (School/White)||1500||Two pair of uniforms|
|4.||Shoes each Students (Black/White)||500||Two Pairs|
|4.||Mutual Fund 500 X 12||6000||For each Orphan|
|Total with above particulars||24000||Total|
Total Proposed Budget:
Apart from these there are other expenses also, from this above proposed budget we would like to request for your support.
The Implementing Organization
The Safa Educational Welfare & Charitable Trust
ADDRESS: 16-9-408/P/45 MASJID AL-FALAH,
WAHED NAGAR, OLD MALAKPET, HYDERABAD-500036 TALANGANA.INDIA
Phone No: 040 – 24551314, 040 – 24551319
Mobile: 9394419820, 9394419821
President : MoulanaGiyas Ahmed Rashadi
General Secretary : MoulanaFasihuddinNadvi
Treasurer : MoulanaWaseem-ul-HaqNadvi
Secretary : MoulanaMusaddiq-ul-Qasmi
Vice President : Mufti Abdul MuhaiminAzhar-ul-Qasmi
Organization’s experiences and its capacity to continue the project:
The Safa Educational Welfare & Charitable Trust (TSEWCT) is a non-governmental and non-profit making social service organization working in various sectors for the development of the society deprived societal groups. TSEWCT was founded in 2006 and committed to social justice for all under privileged sections of civil society.
TSEWCT believes in the universal right to dignity, as well as the right to survival in self-respect trough opportunities for personal growth and development. The main concern of the organization is to help the oppressed, especially children, women and deprived communities surviving without basic facilities and to promote their rights.
TSEWCT trustees have approved to adopt more then 350 orphans for educational sponsorship for the year 2018-19 with amount of rupees 2000/- each.
TSEWCT is supporting local, community-based initiatives and is working towards the economic and social rights of people affected by poverty.