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Rotary Club of Dabolim (Goa, India. Rotary District 3170) - Education Project Overview and Toilet Blocks in Schools.

Rotary Club of Dabolim (Goa, India. Rotary District 3170) - Education Project Overview and Toilet Blocks in Schools.

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    Rotary Dabolim Goa India Education Project Toilet Blocks 30 March2010 Rotary Dabolim Goa India Education Project Toilet Blocks 30 March2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Rotary Club of Dabolim, Goa Club Number 80933 RI District 3170 Goa, India www.rcdabolim.org
    • Education Project
    • School Project: Objective
      • Improve the life of children from lesser privileged sections of society
      • Focus on Education
      • Therefore improve employability
    • Our Process
      • 1. Which Education Institution ?
      • 2. Focus Areas
      • 3. Investment
      • 4. Feedback and Reward
    • Which School ?
    • Focus Areas
      • Teachers
      • Training Aids
      • Infrastructure
    • Focus Area: Teachers
      • - Training
      • - Communications, English Speaking, Presentation Skills
      • - Creativity in Teaching
      • - Ethics
      • - Lesson Planning
      • - Staff Room Training
      • - Technology
    • Focus Area: Training Aids
      • - Charts, Kits eg: Fractions / Globe
      • - Staff Room Computers / Laptop with Internet, Backed by AMC
      • - CD ROMs, LCD Projector eg: Azim Premji Foundation e-Learning material
      • - Training to teachers on using Internet
      • - Working Computers & Internet for students
    • Focus Area: Infrastructure
      • - Toilets: Separate for Girl child. Cleanliness / Quantity / Quality / Staff / Public
      • - Window / Rain protection
      • - Painting
      • - Safety / Re design
      • - New classrooms / more space
    • Infrastructure: Toilet Blocks
      • We have completed Toilet Blocks at two of our partner schools in Goa.
      • Our club has helped in the Planning and Construction of Toilet Blocks, while the Schools have ensured availability of location and necessary permissions, and will ensure that the toilets are maintained properly.
      • The Toilet Blocks project will benefit 229 people – 119 boys, 90 girls and 20 teaching and non-teaching staff members.
      School#1: Yuwak Sangh
      • Before we started implementing the project, the school had a run-down toilet that was not being used by students.
      School#1: Yuwak Sangh
      • Hence, some of the students to used the open areas adjoining the school, or went back to their homes.
      School#1: Yuwak Sangh
    • Drop-out ratio among Girls
      • This also impacted the drop-out ratio among girls. By providing the toilet blocks, the children including girls will have the privacy and the hygiene of proper toilets.
      • Toilet Blocks inaugurated on 5 April 2010 by AG Rtn. Shankar Kirlaparkar on behalf of the District Governor Rtn. Gurudatta D. Bhakta. Also present were the School Management, and Rotarians from the Vasco da gama and Dabolim clubs.
      School#1: Yuwak Sangh
    • School#1: Yuwak Sangh
    • School#1: Yuwak Sangh
    • School#2: Anjuman School
      • We are building 3 new toilets, to add to the existing 8 toilets in the school
      • The project will benefit 1348 people – 781 boys, 519 girls and 40 staff.
      School#2: Anjuman School
    • Drop-out ratio among Girls
    • Thanks to..
      • Toilets have been provided under Matching Grants Programme (MG # 71359) of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International with Rotary Club of Vasco da gama, District 3170, India (our sponsoring club) and Rotary Club of West Hampton as the host and Primary International partners. Thanks also to Rotary Club of Southold and Easthampton Rotary Club, District 7260, USA, and numerous donors who have supported us.
    • Rotary Club of Dabolim, Goa W: www.rcdabolim.org E: [email_address]