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Community Engagement Project

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India Vision Foundation collaborated with Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore and Trinity Media college for professionals, Dwarka for a Community engagement Project that started on 30 Sep 2018 - and will end on 3 October 2018.
The following activities are a part of these:

1) Refurbishment of the IVF centre
2) Paint a home
3) Teach kids
4) Record stories of Change

Event Start Date time: 
Sunday, September 30, 2018 - 00:00
Event End Date time: 
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 00:00
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Distribution of Clothes and Shoes

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We collected 1000+ pair of clothes, shoes, every Tuesday. Now we will distribute them among the needy families in several villages.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - 13:00
Event End Date time: 
Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - 17:00
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SIRI, Smile with a Precious Heart
By vyjayanthi Krishnamurthy
256
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Here is a little story of a lively, smart and cheerful 10 year old little girl named Siri, whose...
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Here is a little story of a lively, smart and cheerful 10 year old little girl named Siri, whose life almost seemed to end too soon because of Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure. Her family is from Hassan and father works as a First Division Assistant in Court, Karkala. Siri was advised for Heart Transplant as medical solution. What seemed like a dream to save her life wouldn't have become a reality without the support of the NGO, Youth For Seva (YFS) which identified this case and bestowed faith in me to counsel and support the family. Though Siri was registered for Heart Donor list since Jan 2017, they were not able to get Heart Donor matching her blood group and weight. The painful ordeal she and her family went through the whole of 2017 because of her deteriorating critical condition, financial struggle and delay in finding a matching donor left them in utter despair. She was then put on Super Emergency list of donor requirement in Jan 2018. I have been following up this case as a volunteer since Nov 2016. I was constantly in touch with the family counselling them and especially Siri to not lose hope. One day in the hospital while she was there for nearly a month, Siri asked me, when will I be able to run and dance again? Finally, on 13th Mar 2018, a Heart Donor matching Siri's blood group and weight was identified, and the heart transplant was successfully carried out at Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore. Cannot believe that 8 months have passed since Siri underwent Heart Transplant. Now she is back in school with great enthusiasm, courage and a resolve to live her life to her full potential. There were innumerable hurdles through this journey and financial situation was also a major one since the family had already exhausted their resources. That's when we connected to partner NGO - PG Care Foundation who came forward and supported Siri treatment . This is a great example of involvement of many people willing to do whatever possible to save and transform a life. My joy and satisfaction is boundless when I hear that sweet little voice on the phone saying - Good Morning Miss, I am Siri, I am fine, when are you coming to meet me? Vyjayanthi- Volunteer , Youth for Seva
SIRI, Smile with a Precious Heart
By vyjayanthi Krishnamurthy
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Nominated NGO: Youth for Seva
Nominated NGO: Youth for Seva
Water in Every Home through Rainwater Harvesting
By Kanupriya Harish
272
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Jal Bhagirathi Foundation (JBF) was established in 2002 as an NGO in Rajasthan and has been working...
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Jal Bhagirathi Foundation (JBF) was established in 2002 as an NGO in Rajasthan and has been working with water distressed communities of the Thar desert. The challenges facing the people in the desert are manifold, it has an extreme environment. Temperatures reach 50+°C in summer, it receives only 200mm a year average rainfall and has an annual 40% chance of severe drought. On top of this is the Thar is the most densely populated arid zone in the world with a fragile agrarian economy dependent on monsoon rains. These factors contribute greatly to water scarcity and climate vulnerability. Families spend a huge amount of money transporting water through water tankers. Women and girl child walk more than 5 km daily to collect water for their family. JBF has been promoting rainwater harvesting and assisting families in constructing rainwater harvesting tanks (locally known as tankas) within their home premises. A tanka is a circular underground rainwater harvesting tank with a self- contained catchment area and rooftop harvesting system that are used by the family to collect and store rainwater. A handpump is installed on the tanka to draw water. The project has a unique financing system with the beneficiary contributing 30% of the construction cost and the balance given as a grant by JBF. Tankas have had a major impact on the life of people, they are now able to collect clean, safe drinking water within their home premises. Shabnam Banu (vill: Jawaharpura, Barmer) shows off her household tanka, she says “I no longer have to walk for collecting water for my family, I have water at my doorstep”. The JBF program has reached 1800 families by constructing rainwater harvesting tankas in their households.
Water in Every Home through Rainwater Harvesting
By Kanupriya Harish
VOTES
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Nominated NGO: Jal Bhagirathi Foundation
Ray of Hope
By Shivabasvangouda Pateel
108
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One Sunny day as I was walking in dusty road with Faster steps my legs moved slowly by seeing a...
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One Sunny day as I was walking in dusty road with Faster steps my legs moved slowly by seeing a little girl Jikriyabanu of 5 years moving around is a lane. Her movements were not usual. Her hands were her legs. She looked like a rabbit moving around with cheerful face and hope in her eyes. I approached her and asked about her where abouts. She fluently spoke in Kannada and took me to her house. She introduced me her father and I began conversing with him about Jikriya’s condition. He explained his efforts of taking her to different doctors but nothing could work out without money. Due to his poverty, he was unable to do the surgery of his daughter. At this moment, I told him about Roshni trust, which conducts early intervention activities, supports for surgeries and distributes aids and apliances. I brought him to roshni and this visit really brought light in his life. Roshni agreed to support Jikriya free of cost. I Passionately volunteered to support this child. I accompanied her to Bangalore for screening and surgery. I experienced inner peace and joy as I found a sigh of relief on the face of her father. After the surgery Roshni did the follow up. One fined day, I visited her house and found Jikriya keeping her little steps with lot of joy and hope. Tears rolled my down my eyes as she and her father came to me with great full heart. I whispered my thanks to Roshni for giving me such joy by being a volunteer .
Ray of Hope
By Shivabasvangouda Pateel
VOTES
108
Nominated NGO: Roshni Trust
Nominated NGO: Roshni Trust

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