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Sun Child Sponsorship Program Overview Click to see how the program works!
DCI inaugurated its  Sun Child Sponsorship (SCS) Program  in 2005 to give the poorest and most vulnerable underprivileged ...
Objectives <ul><li>Provide quality education and healthcare  </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce school dropout rates </li></ul><ul><...
Comprehensive Approach Education Health Care &  Vision Care School Improvement Income Generating Activity /  Social Busine...
Areas of Operation Nilphamary 230 Children Feni  154 Children   Patuakhali 616 Children Sylhet 100 Children Total:   1100 ...
Step 1:  Survey and select a location of extreme socioeconomic hardship
Step 2:  Select a government run school in the area with pre-existing infrastructure
Step 3 : Set up a small local field office close to the school, hire a local field officer, and provide officer with train...
Step 4:  Form an advisory committee with teachers and other respected members of the community.  Committee identifies the ...
Step 5 : Field officers visit households and convince parents to send their children back to school
Step 6:  Children start to come to school
Step 7a : Make a formal written agreement with the parents to bring their child back to school
Step 7b : Find a sponsor in the USA, and send information  and photograph of child to the sponsor.
Step 8:  Provide child’s family with basic needs and technical support. Support families with small income generating proj...
Step 9:  Supervise each child and monitor program’s progress via local field office, DCI tutors, and local advisory commit...
Step 10:   Establish contact between sponsoring American children and the distressed children they are helping. Start a ne...
US Sponsor visiting her sponsored child in Bangladesh DCI encourage all sponsors to visit its project areas. This helps DC...
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Sun Child Sponsorship Program Overview

  1. 1. Sun Child Sponsorship Program Overview Click to see how the program works!
  2. 2. DCI inaugurated its Sun Child Sponsorship (SCS) Program in 2005 to give the poorest and most vulnerable underprivileged children the opportunity to become independent and productive citizens. The SCS program operates through contributions from American sponsors of only $15 a month ($180 per year). Background
  3. 3. Objectives <ul><li>Provide quality education and healthcare </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce school dropout rates </li></ul><ul><li>Protect and promote child rights </li></ul><ul><li>Support holistic community development </li></ul>
  4. 4. Comprehensive Approach Education Health Care & Vision Care School Improvement Income Generating Activity / Social Business Community Development (rebuilding, repair, tutoring, training) (farming, fishing, livestock, handicrafts, micro credit) (adult education, water, sanitation)
  5. 5. Areas of Operation Nilphamary 230 Children Feni 154 Children Patuakhali 616 Children Sylhet 100 Children Total: 1100 Children
  6. 6. Step 1: Survey and select a location of extreme socioeconomic hardship
  7. 7. Step 2: Select a government run school in the area with pre-existing infrastructure
  8. 8. Step 3 : Set up a small local field office close to the school, hire a local field officer, and provide officer with training to manage the program in that area
  9. 9. Step 4: Form an advisory committee with teachers and other respected members of the community. Committee identifies the most vulnerable children in their community (children who have dropped out of school during the last few years, and students who are in danger of dropping out due to poverty)
  10. 10. Step 5 : Field officers visit households and convince parents to send their children back to school
  11. 11. Step 6: Children start to come to school
  12. 12. Step 7a : Make a formal written agreement with the parents to bring their child back to school
  13. 13. Step 7b : Find a sponsor in the USA, and send information and photograph of child to the sponsor.
  14. 14. Step 8: Provide child’s family with basic needs and technical support. Support families with small income generating projects. Aid community development Healthcare for all children attending sponsored schools Income generating activities Adult training workshops Safe drinking water & latrines
  15. 15. Step 9: Supervise each child and monitor program’s progress via local field office, DCI tutors, and local advisory committee DCI volunteers also monitor the project with regular on-site reviews. The field officer provides regular academic and health reports to the DCI main offices in Dhaka and the US. Sample Report NP-016 Your Sponsorship helped Sabana Begum and her family with the following: (January 1- December 31, 2006) 1) Financial support: (240x2=480.00Tk cash). 2) Education materials: Bound Book 12 pieces, Pencil 6 pieces, Ball pen 6 pieces, Eraser 6 pieces, Sharpener 6 pieces, English word book 2 pieces, Drawing books 2 pieces, Color pencil box 1 piece, Ruler 1 piece, Pencil box 1 piece etc (100x12) =1500.00 3) Other basic supplies: School Dress-2times, School Socks-2times, Warm cloths-1time, Nail cutter-1time, Soap-6 times, Comb-1time, Sandals-1time, Tooth brush-2times, Tooth paste 200 gm-2times(100x12)=1400.00 4) Livestock: Goat farming and income generation. 720+1200 =1920.00Tk 5) Health care support: Medical check-up and emergency treatment. (660.00Tk). $1 = 60-65 taka Sabana after sponsorship
  16. 16. Step 10: Establish contact between sponsoring American children and the distressed children they are helping. Start a new friendship US Sponsor Sponsored child
  17. 17. US Sponsor visiting her sponsored child in Bangladesh DCI encourage all sponsors to visit its project areas. This helps DCI to monitor field activities and improve its support

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