Happy to announce that EArtH Foundation adopted 2 villages, making the total adopted village count to 11.
INDARAM from Jaipur Mandal, Manchiryal dist.
MAMIDIPALLY from Karimnagar diet.
Donor’s name is Ratan Ingu – he is sponsoring for this village for the years of adoption (typically takes 3-5 years). Ratan is from Manchiryal. EArtH and Indaram are grateful to Ratan for his contribution to his district.
Following are some basic info of this village:
4 teachers, 95 kids
Donor’s name is Sridhar Bogelli – he is sponsoring the village through his own company Apps Associates. Here are the details about the village:
Number of House holds : 730
3 Anganwadi Centers
1 primary school, strength: 104 children
1 high school,
No private schools
Total staff 4 Govt teachers.
Earth conducted a thorough analysis and concluded that this village meets Earth’s criteria
To efficiently utilize the time between final exams and end of academic year, we developed a schedule for kids to strengthen their basics in academics until summer break.
-Kids are divided into groups based on their learning skills and class level.
-They will work on 1 exercise (assessment) every day covering the following subjects. This develops their reading and writing skills too.
-EArtH team reviews assessment results twice a week with parents. Kids who do well get appreciation along with their parents. For kids not doing well in these assessments, their parents will need to talk to school teachers to analyze reasons.
With this program, we also get to speak to parents more which helps in mobilizing/inspiring them about importance of education.
As you may know, earth kids won prize in Kriya event in Kakinada. MLA Sri DASARI MANOHAR REDDY garu appreciated our state level first prize winning children. He felt very happy and encouraged.
Pedrathpally EArtH staff prepared this TLM (Teaching Learning Material) to make learning of basic English easy and interesting.
Mutharam Sarpanch visited the government school during midday meals. She found scope for improvement in the quality of food and warned the contractor.
Ideally, every Sarpanch should do this. We were able to bring this awareness in few schools, trying to imbibe #DevelopingOurOwnVillage thinking.
Since EArtH adopted its villages, the discipline of kids during lunch also improved significantly – they stand in line for food, sit in order, also to wash their plates, etc.