About rajendranagar and appeal for scholorship

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This presentation is about a Slum in Rajendrangar and the various initiatives we have taken to improve the lives of the people who live there. There is a specific appeal here to help pay the School Fees of the students living in Rajendranagar Slum.

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About rajendranagar and appeal for scholorship

  1. 1. Everyone deserves to go Back to School An Appeal for Scholarship for Students of Rajendrangar Slum
  2. 2. What is Rajendranagar?
  3. 3. The Group of Slums, Rajendrangar, Ambedkarnagar, L R Nagar and EWS Quarters are collectively known as Rajendranagar Slums
  4. 4. The Group of Slums, Rajendrangar, Ambedkarnagar, L R Nagar and EWS Quarters are collectively known as Rajendranagar Slums
  5. 5. EWS Quarters National Games Village Rajendranagar A Closer Look
  6. 6. What does Rajendranagar mean?
  7. 7. Raja - King Indra - a God Nagar - Place
  8. 8. Welcome to Rajendranagar The place for Kings and Gods.
  9. 9. How is it living in a Tin Shed?
  10. 10. Others are not so lucky
  11. 11. the irony of it.
  12. 12. Hardly any Toilets
  13. 13. Hardly any Toilets
  14. 14. Hardly any Toilets
  15. 15. People don’t have food to eat.
  16. 16. People don’t have food to eat.
  17. 17. People don’t have food to eat.
  18. 18. Piles of Garbage is a common sight at Rajendranagar.
  19. 19. Piles of Garbage is a common sight at Rajendranagar.
  20. 20. So, what have we done about it?
  21. 21. The Lifeline Foundation
  22. 22. Microcredit
  23. 23. Embroidery Business
  24. 24. Agarbatti business
  25. 25. Scholarships
  26. 26. Mamoor’s Support
  27. 27. Mamoor’s Support Mamoor Trust has been supporting Rajendranagar for the last 15-20 years. Key Initiatives include: Health Clinic Supporting the Local Schools in whatever means possible. Scholarship to Primary School, High School and Post metric for last 10 years. Number of Students Mamoor has helps is 500+ every year.
  28. 28. Mamoor’s Support Mamoor Trust has been supporting Rajendranagar for the last 15-20 years. Key Initiatives include: Health Clinic Supporting the Local Schools in whatever means possible. Scholarship to Primary School, High School and Post metric for last 10 years. Number of Students Mamoor has helps is 500+ every year.
  29. 29. Other Activities Zakat Distribution of Rs. 6 Lakhs over the last three years, during Ramadhan. Appointment of English Teachers. Establishing a low cost Clinic. Setting up of Tailoring Classes for young girls Rebuilding of Homes Distribution of Rations, Groceries etc.
  30. 30. Appointment of English Teacher
  31. 31. Clinic
  32. 32. Tailoring Classes
  33. 33. Distribution of Rice & Eggs at Rajendranagar
  34. 34. Zakat Distribution to Widows and Elderly Women.
  35. 35. Filling and Submitting of Pension Forms
  36. 36. Rebuilding
  37. 37. Rebuilding
  38. 38. Rebuilding
  39. 39. Rebuilding
  40. 40. Community Meetings
  41. 41. Community Meetings
  42. 42. Back to School
  43. 43. Back to School This year 170 students approached us for financial assistance so that they can attend School or College. These are mostly children of daily-wage labourers, carpenters, watchmen, fruit vendors, auto-drivers, mechanics etc. Mostly Primary School, High-School, Pre-University and College. Some in Professional Courses like Engineering, Vocational Courses like Lab-Technicians. We Fund 80% of the School Fees requirement, so that there is Parents Contribution also. No Money doled out. We make Payment to School Directly
  44. 44. How you can help. 170 students an average scholarship requirement of Rs. 4,800. Grand Total of Rs. 8,16,000
  45. 45. We’ll be tracking progress Quarterly Review of results. Meeting Students and Parents regularly Taking regular feedback from the School and Teachers. Sharing data with donors on a regular basis.
  46. 46. “There is no shame in giving a little. There is Greater Shame in sending the needy away.” - Hazrat Ali ibn Abi Talib (AS)

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