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13.11.2012

Sports needs distribution program to the poor students (at Indiragandhi Municipal Stadium, Vijayawada) was successful.

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15.01.2012

Third Meeting was held on this day,All Participated members was very much positive to proceed further to give support to orphan childrens Living needs Distributed Items at SKCV Childrens trust

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Our Mission is to help those who need it.

Our aim is to help “Orphan poor merit students”. through our first project of Chaduvu.

Our Mission is to focus on Five areas of Orpan childrens life
Those are
1) Chaduvu Project for Education.
2)Project for Health.
3)Project for Food.
4)Project for Shelter.
5)Special Events.

1) Chaduvu Project for Education is our first project.
Helping the talented students in need reach their full potential, by granting them the opportunities that are extremely vital.
As per latest statistics from UNESCO (2007), there are 268 million illiterate in India. Of the 200 million children in the age group 6-14, it is estimated that 59 million are out of school. Of these 35 million are girls. Of the 32 million children that began school in 2004, less than half will complete a compulsory 8 years of education. A girl’s education is an abruptly ended in hope for millions of girls as only 1 in 4 remain in school long enough to complete Class 10.

The dropouts are majorly due to the socio-economic background of the families. To meet their basic family expenses they succumb towards ending their studies early. There are many students dropping out from higher studies, because they are left with no resort but to contribute towards family’ earning and support. At tender age they carry shovel and barrow in place of pens and books. At other times, although the student secure very good score in the competitive exams and is willing to go for professional studies, they lack financial support from the family. Ultimately bright students are forced to compromise with their professional studies like Engineering, Medicine etc.

Since 2011, Indian Helping Hands, is striving to make small difference in the life of such deprived but precious students. Indian Helping Hands - Education for all project support poor and meritorious students financially and motivate them to attain higher studies. This will help us to develop an educated society by which we can contribute to the growth of our motherland.

In This Education for all CHADUVU project,
Indian Helping Hands will be involving in the following two main activities:
1) IHH CHADUVU Annual Drive Supports Elementary, Primary, Upper Primary and High school going students.
2)IHH CHADUVU Scholorships Supports college going students

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CHADUVU Annual Drive
In This First project we wanted to support Minimum of forty children in the coming three years from 2011

CHADUVU Scholorships
In This First project instance we wanted to support Minimum of Ten children in the coming three years from 2011

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  • CHADUVU Annual Drive

  • In This project we wanted to support Minimum of four children upto High school for the education year 2011-2012

  • CHADUVU Scholorships

  • In This project we wanted to support Minimum of Two Intermediate children for the education year 2011-2012 based on their 10th performance

  • Chaduvu Education For all

  • This is our Small team of friends aim towards our social responsibilty.If you like to support us what ever way you wish you can contact us through Email or through contact us page

  • Under Chaduvu Education For all Scheme 51 STUDENTS Benefitted on 3rd December 2011 at St joseph high school 10th Class batch

  • 1. A.RAMYA 2. L.ANUSHA 3. M.LAVANYA 4. CH.TEJA 5. K.ANKITHA 6. CH.SASHIMA 7. P.VENEELA 8. M.DURGA 9. G.ANITHA 10. B.LAVANYA 11. G.HEMA 12. K.DEEPTHI 13. B.MONIKA 14. P.DIVYA 15. J.DHANYANTHA 16. B.RAMYAVENI 17. A.REHMUNNASHA 18. K.NAVYA 19. A.NAGALAKSHMI 20. J.NIRMALA 21. S.K.FARIDA 22. J.SANDYA 23. K.TIRUPATHAMMA 24. P.TRIVALIKA 25. P.SIVAKALYANI 26. B.SOUMYA 27. L.JHANSI 27. K.RANI 29. A.SUNANDA 30. K.JHANSI 31. G.UMA 32. B.SANTHI 33. B.BHUVANA 34. B.MANISHA 35. N.BHANU 36. S.PRIYA NEELA 37. E.SOUMYA 38. G.SANTHI 39. R.NIRISHA 40. S.SONY 41. J.NAGADURGA 42. G.MOUNIKA 43. S.SIRISHA 44. G.SIVA NAGA MONIKA 45. S.APARNA 46. B.SOUJANYA 47. B.SARVANI 48. K.HARIKA 49. S.SRAVANTHI 50. G.VASANTHA 51. C.H.JYOTHI