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REQUEST FOR SUPPORT A SOCIAL CAUSE of

PUBLIC WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY

MINI BUS PROJECT: There is increasing number of girl students particularly from first generation graduates from remote villages and Scheduled castes as an indication that India is growing up and the women development is appreciated. But they are in difficult for transportation. The only solution is sending minibus for them for going and returning home. They will pay bus charges. The commercial private and Government buses not interest for the education of SC population. So PWDS appeal for supporting them.

FINAL PUSH TO ELIMINATE LEPROSY (SKIN-MEDICAL CAMP) to identified Leprosy cases among school children, their parents and the neighbor’s for findings root cause of Leprosy spreading in the particular area. The Govt of India decided to push NGOs to eradicate leprosy. Every month skin camp conducted in schools, slums, tribal and scheduled caste people hamlets with basic needs of Skin ointments, Cleaning and Dressing materials (Bandage cloth, Dettol), for ulcers scabies, batches on skin and medicines for skin diseases. Identified Leprosy cases and those requiring further treatment are then referred to the Government Head quarter Hospital Erode. Online link: http://www.giveindia.org/iGive-pwdsErode

No. of Beneficiaries for a camp: 200

Total expenses for a camp: Rs.15000.

No of activities per Year: 12

TAILORING SKILL TRAINING-2 month course, under income generation. There are opportunities for employment sources from Tirupur/Perundurai SIPCOT for knitting works for tailoring known women. The handloom weaving and agricultural occupation now days was not seems healthier. Those companies run buses to door step for their employees. The women are interest to work for their family and get good salary.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 20 WOMEN

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 15000

No of activities per Year:18 Six per year at three places(Urban Slum, Rural SC Hamlets, Tribal)

ASSISTING POOR DOWN TRODDEN WOMEN with a seed money to restart their small business like Flower shop, Vegetable vendor, Fish fry stall, Ironing work, grocery, sweet stall, plumber, Mobile tailor, goat/sheep rearing etc to overcome poverty under income generation. The seed money Rs 15000/- give each women who have no one help for the illiterate and down trodden women. The women are interest to work with their family members and get a reasonable. These women motivated to come under a SHG and the money put into the revolving fund of such SHG as a sustainable method.

BUSINESS LOANS: PWDS is supporting a micro-finance scheme by giving a loan which is used to start or expand a business. The aim is to support new business and business development in line with PWDS’s philosophy of supporting self sufficiency. Grants of an average of Rs 15000 are given to entrepreneurs after successfully advancing through interviews.

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 15000 for a women

No of activities per Year: Minimum 12 per year. Upper limit subjected to Donor’s support

SUPPORTING A WIDOW SCHEME to sustain life and eliminate poverty, where 2 cows are given to needy widows. It gives economical empowerment as they produce milk, butter milk, yoghurt, cheese and Dung and urine for natural compost for wool which the widows can sell. Furthermore, the long term sustainability is enabled through multiplication of the milk cows. You can provide a family with food warmth and their first steps towards self sufficiency.

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 15000 for a widow

No of activities per Year: Minimum 12 per year. Upper limit subjected to Donor’s support

SCHOOL DESKS: The cost of one 3-seater desk is just Rs 15000 and that small fee will help educate a child and improve their prospects. By providing necessary requirements such as school furniture, the project aims to create a more agreeable learning environment, boost attendance levels and generally improve the overall quality of education. PWDS is committed to support availability of school equipment. Although successful action has been taken in recent years to improve access to education in Tmilnadu, the sector is experiencing high dropout rates at the primary school level. Many children fail to complete the seven-years of basic education, a situation attributed largely to deficiencies such as inadequate equipment and facilities. A UNESCO report says that: due to shortage or complete absence of desks, benches, chairs, etc., in some of the schools in the pilot study, particularly those that are rural based, pupils have to fight to get places to sit. The study observed that girls rarely fight in such situations; hence they are the ones who end up sitting on the floor or on stones. In that sitting position, balancing books and writing notes from a board becomes awkward and frustrating.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 45 students

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 15000

No of activities per Year: 12

SOLAR POWER SYSTEM and LAMPS: In Tamilnadu 75% of people were given free of cost electronic items like fan, mixy and grinder to use of house hold. But there are very much deficiency of electricity. In remote villages of Tamilnadu, there is much need for electricity. So this is an exciting energy revolution is taking place. Many people aren’t on the mains grid, electricity has never been an option in their daily lives. Access to electricity and poverty are closely linked, where absence of adequate lighting often has severe implications. But recently, as the price of technology has plummeted –solar panels, bulbs and batteries have become a real option for the poor. Harnessing energy from the Indian sun and generating small amounts of power is finally viable. Being exposed to an evening’s lighting is estimated to be as damaging to health as smoking 40 cigarettes. The health implications of kerosene’s, Firewood and poisonous smoke as well as its on-going danger as a fire hazard mean that solar energy has a bright and promising future. Their aim is to enable the poor to access clear safe lighting by replacing kerosene firewood with solar lighting devices thus providing better illumination and a smoke free indoor environment. The distribution of solar devices will also create livelihood opportunities both at an individual and communal level. PWDS has made a commitment to support the availability of solar lamps for the poorest families in rural and remote villages as the positive impact on all members of the family are enormous. For the price of a hen you can enable a child can have the use of a solar lamp to study in a clean, well lit environment. Adults are able to continue income generating activities into the evening that may lessen the burden of poverty and use the precious money allocated for kerosene and fire wodd towards other vital necessities like food, medicines and school fees. It encourages children, in particular female children, who are usually busy during the day with household chores to extend study options into the evening. Provides Improved mobility and safety after dusk

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No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 15000

No of activities per Year:100

PROTECTED DRINKING WATER: According to the latest estimates of the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP), released in early 2013, 36% per cent of the world’s population – that’s 2.5 billion people – lack improved sanitation facilities, and 768 million people still use unsafe drinking water sources. Inadequate access to safe water and sanitation services, coupled with poor hygiene practices, kills and sickens thousands of children every day, and leads to impoverishment and diminished opportunities for thousands more. Poor sanitation, in-access to clean drinking water and poor hygiene have many other serious repercussions. Children – and particularly girls – are denied their right to education because their schools lack private and decent sanitation facilities. Women are forced to spend large parts of their day fetching and carrying water from wells that are great distances away from their villages. Poor farmers and wage earners are often less productive due to water borne illnesses leading to health systems that are overwhelmed and national economies suffering. PWDS is committed in its support towards water related projects whether it be in digging new bore hole water wells, supplying hand pumps with lifting and store in Ground level synthetic tank. Your contribution towards clean water will keep health. You can dedicate to a loved one and have a specially prepared plaque attached to the well if so required.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1 Total expenses of this activity Rs. 50000

SANITATION PROGRAM: PWDS is committed to support sanitation projects. Building a block of 10 toilets costs Rs.150000 and whilst we understand few will be able to donate that whole figure during this tough economic times, we urge you to donate what you can to improve hygiene and ultimately save lives throughout the third world countries we operate in. According to the latest estimates of the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP), released in early 2013, 36% per cent of the world’s population – 2.5 billion people – lack improved sanitation facilities, and 768 million people still use unsafe drinking water sources. Inadequate access to safe water and sanitation services, coupled with poor hygiene practices, kills and sickens thousands of children every day, and leads to impoverishment and diminished opportunities for thousands more. Hand washing with soap, alone, has the highest impact on reducing disease transmission, including diarrhea, lowering the condition by about 47 percent. However, awareness about the importance of hygiene practices, especially hand washing with soap, is low. Up to one third of deaths in children under-five years are related to poor hygiene. This includes nearly 20 percent of under-five deaths due to preventable diarrhea totaling nearly five children every hour, as well as deaths among newborns and due to respiratory illness.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 150000

SPONSOR A CATARACT SURGERY: For a donation o £40 you can provide a cataract patient with the gift of sight. T o find out more please click on the link below. We are committed to supporting the establishment of medical clinics and mobile medical camps THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Mobile eye clinics have been of particular interest, in particular those offering cataract eye surgeries. These camps are currently run predominantly in Tamilnadu. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide, accounting for half of the world’s 40 million blind. The majority of the world’s 20 million cataract blind live in the developing world. A staggering 5 million new cases of cataract blindness occur each year. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of cataract patients living in the Third World receive cataract surgery. Cataract blindness becomes disabling if left untreated, adding an extra burden on countries already experiencing severe economic and social problems.

What is a cataract? : Cataracts are a very common eye condition generally associated with ageing. As we get older the lens inside our eye gradually changes and becomes less transparent. A lens that has turned misty or cloudy is said to have a cataract. Over time a cataract can get worse, gradually making vision foggier. A straightforward operation can usually remove the misty lens and replace it with an artificial lens enabling clearer vision once more. Cataracts can be caused by a number of factors, but by far the most common reason is growing older. Most people over the age of 65 have some changes in their lens and most of us will develop a cataract in time. Apart from getting older, the other common causes of cataract include: diabetes, trauma, medications, such as steroids, eye surgery for other eye conditions, Smoking, lifelong exposure to sunlight, having a poor diet lacking antioxidant vitamins.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 150000

Artificial LIMB: People can lose all or part of an arm or leg for a number of reasons. Common ones include: Circulation problems from atherosclerosis or diabetes, resulting in amputation, Traumatic injuries, including from traffic accidents and military combat, Cancer, Leprosy, birth defects. If you are missing an arm or leg, an artificial limb can sometimes replace it. The device a prosthesis, can help you to perform daily activities such as walking, eating, or dressing. Some artificial limbs let you function nearly as well as before. An amputation is the surgical removal of part of the body, usually an arm or leg. There are three main reasons why an amputation is carried out:

  • The limb has been affected by gangrene (when the body’s tissue begins to die as a result of loss of blood supply)
  • The limb poses a life-threatening danger to the person’s health, for example because it has been affected by cancer or a serious infection
  • The Limb has experienced serious trauma, such as crush or blast wound

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 150000

CLEFT LIP: PWDS is committed to support treatment of cleft lip cases. A single cleft lip operation, which will change a life forever. What is a cleft lip? A cleft is a gap or split in either the upper lip or the roof of the mouth (palate), or sometimes both. It occurs when separate areas of the face do not join together properly when a baby is developing during pregnancy. The face and upper lip develops during the fifth to ninth week of pregnancy. Most cleft problems can either be picked up at the routine 20 week scan or soon after birth. However, a sub mucous cleft, where the cleft is hidden in the lining of the roof of the mouth, may not be detected for months or even years. What causes cleft lip and palate? The exact cause of clefts is not known, although evidence suggests they are caused by a combination of genetics and environmental factors, such as smoking and drinking in early pregnancy and a lack of folic acid in the mother’s diet. Cleft lip and palate can occur on its own (non-syndromic) or can sometimes be part of a wider series of birth defects (syndromic). Surgery is the usual treatment for cleft lip and palate, with good results. After treatment most children have a normal appearance, with minimal scarring and normal speech. This treatment can be carried out a tiny figure for something that will change a life forever.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 150000

TRI-CYCLE FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED: PWDS endeavors’ to support education facilities for children. This includes ensuring availability of means of transport. Below narration relates a reality many children are facing in villages. A standard 2 girl who is physically challenged requires assistance of a tricycle so that she can attend school on time. According to the headmaster’s letter, this student stays 1km away from the school and she literally has to crawl to reach the school on time which is not possible due to nature of her disability. She studies in Govt. Primary School in Bugalowpudur. The tricycle that this girl desperately needs costs just Rs 10000 and for that you can be certain you have given this unfortunate girl the gift of mobility for the rest of her life.

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs.5000

ORPHAN: When looking for statistics of the world’s orphan population, we find an array of data depending on what parametres are used. Pulling together various sources, the current figure seems to stand at around 200 million. The common denominator culminates in two words, namely BIG NUMBERS. The status of orphans is a topic that does not need any details per se as we are all cognisant of its vastness both in terms of geographical stretch as well as the huge numbers. PWDS aims to support orphans in various parts of the world by supporting them in various capacities. The main support takes shape in form of funding their basic livelihood requirements and supporting their education (uniforms, transport, books, and school fees)

No. of Beneficiaries for this activity: 1

Total expenses of this activity Rs. 150000

To Help orphans, widows, Disabled, downtrodden, poor, underprivileged please Contact pwds9442263431@gmail.com or by mobile: Dr. K A Natarajan, Secretary-9443280437, or by Post: PUBLIC WELFARE & DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY (PWDS), Kanakkampalayam, Gobichettipalayam-638505, Erode District, Tamilnadu India or online payments thru our Bank a/c. Canara Bank FCRA Kallipatti, Gobichettipalayam, SB a/c.1260101007613 (IFSC.CNRB0001260) and Corporation Bank,Gobichettipalayam,SB a/c. 110900101001840, (IFSC.CORP0001109)

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  1. Pwds ErodePwds Erode 02/11/2014 at 08:54 AM ET
    We will be greatful to you on behalf of poor in Tamilnadu