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Rotary International is a service organisation with over 34,301 clubs, in more than 209
countries, approximately 12,23,413 members and in India 3,141 Rotary clubs, with
more than 1,18,895 members undertake humanitarian programs that address today’s
CORE ESSENCE A worldwide network of inspired individuals who translate their
passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities.
MISSION We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world
understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional,
and community leaders.
Rotarians Pledge to Eradicate Illiteracy from India
Rotary International’s successful “End Polio” Program that resulted in eradication ofPolio, totally from India and from nearly 99% of the world, has motivated the Rotarians
in South Asia to adopt “Rotary’s Total Literacy Mission” in India, the Rotary India
Literacy Mission wishes to achieve the Literacy goals through its T-E-A-C-H Program:
T - Teacher Support
E - E-Learning
A - Adult Literacy
C - Child Development
H - Happy Schools
Thus, the “T-E-A-C-H Program” includes FIVE “Projects”, each with specific focusbut inter-linked with the others in objective and content so as to contribute to theprogram goal of Total Literacy accompanied with improvement in learning outcome ofprimary / elementary education and spread of adult literacy in various parts of thecountry.
Rotary International District 3150 encompasses 2 Revenue Districts Guntur and
Prakasam in the State of Andhra Pradesh and 10 Revenue Districts in the State of
Telangana including Twin Cities. The Clubs in 3150 are involved in providing safe
drinking water in villages and schools conducting health camps and eye camps
providing sewing machines and buffallows to the under privelaged women. The clubs
are also actively involved in providing reverse osmosis plants in schools and school
desks. Over the last Five Years we have provided more than 75,000 school desks with
the support of our International Partners.
The famous American author Robert Fulghum said, “It will be a great day when our schoolshave all the money they need, and our air force has to have a bake-sale to buy a bomber.”Unfortunately, that day has still not come in India and schools run by the government arelanguishing for want of basic facilities. This is true for many privately run schools in semi-urban and rural areas. India’s defence budget during 2012–2013 is Rs.1,93,407 crores (US$40.44 billion), an increase of over 17 percent over the previous year. India maintains theeighth largest defence budget in the world. The education budget during the same periodwas increased by 18 percent and yet it is only Rs.61,427 crores. By implementing the Rightto Education Act from this year, the government is promising compulsory education to childrenbetween the ages 6 to 14 years. A sizeable chunk of the money is supposed to be spent onschool education.
The rapid increase in population in India combined with the lack of will by the government toincrease the infrastructure in schools, has resulted in children being made to go to schoolswhich are just an apology for a shelter. Squatting on uneven floors without proper ventilationand toilets, school children are put through a severe strain in government schools which arefunctioning in many cities and villages. In some towns the classes are conducted under thetrees. Imagine how the stones and the hard surfaces can injure the little ones who are madeto sit on the ground. No wonder many children drop out of schools, especially girls.
The dropout rate in schools is as high as six percent in India in some states. The wayto stem this trend is to set up basic facilities in schools and this is what Rotary isaiming to do under the programme of Save Our schools.
Building toilets, providing clean drinking water, giving furniture such as dual desksand chairs and books form a part of this exercise. Supporting public schools is ourresponsibility. As the former US Vice President Dick Cheney said, “From kindergartento graduation, I went to public schools, and I know that they are a key to being surethat every child has a chance to succeed and to rise in the world.” Providing educational
facilities for the underprivileged is the aim of the Rotary International.
PROVIDED MORE THAN
75,000 HIGH SCHOOL DUAL DESKS
CHANGING MILLIONS OF LIVES
AND PROVIDING SUCCOUR
TO THE DEPRIVED CHILDREN
High School Dual Desks
ready for distribution
President - K.Ganga MohanSecretary - M.Mohan DasRC Armoor
President - J.Anand BabuSecretary - G.SrinivasRC Armoor Aadarsh
President - M.Sudhakar ReddySecretary - P.Mohan ReddyRC Bhadrachalam
President - J.Kondal ReddySecretary - K.NimmaiahRC Bhuvanagiri
President - V.Srinivasa RaoSecretary - L.LaxminarayanaRC Coal Field Manuguru
President - Dr. M.Anand ReddySecretary - G.Vidya KumarRC Gajwel
President - B.Umamaheswara RaoSecretary - Sk.JaniRC Greenwoods Yellandu
President - K.Indrasena ReddySecretary - A.RavindranathRC Hanamkonda
President - K.AnilSecretary - K.Mallikarjuna RaoRC Huzurnagar East
President - Vincent Anthony MuthuSecretary - Sreeramulu SudarsanRC Jagitial Central
President - B.NagabhushanamSecretary - P.ViswanathamRC Kamareddy
President - Ramananda Rao MaheshSecretary - Syed Shabbir AliRC Karimnagar
President - K.Sivarama Krshna PrasadSecretary - P.Nageswar RaoRC Khammam
President - K.LaxminarayanaSecretary - K.Rajendra PrasadRC Koratla Kings
President - M.SatyanarayanaSecretary - Dr. Venkanna JatothRC Kothagudem
President - B.Chandra GuptaSecretary - P.ManoharRC Luxettipet Greencorps
President - N.Venkata ReddySecretary - P.SadanandamRC Mahabubabad
President - P.SrihariSecretary - G.Ramesh KumarRC Mancherial
President - M.Pentoji RaoSecretary - N.Nagaraju GoudRC Manjeera Sangareddy
President - M.Ramakrishna RaoSecretary - M.SrinivasuRC Miryalaguda
President - Srinivas RajuSecretary - MariannaRC Mothukur
President - N.Krishna ReddySecretary - E.Koteswar RaoRC Narsampet
President - Ch. PrakashSecretary - B.Ranjit SinghRC Nizamabad
President - M.Vinod KumarSecretary - Md.Anwar PashaRC Powercity Palvancha
President - N.Krishna MurthySecretary - V.SatyanarayanaRC Rice Bowl Kodad
President - M.Venkata ChalanageshSecretary - Ch.Guru KrishnaRC Stambhadri Khammam
President - Vaidyanath ThotaSecretary - Srikanth SandruRC Warangal
President - G.Prabhakar RaoSecretary - K.ChandramouliRC Warangal Central
Save Our Schools Task Force Committee Members
PDG Dr. Ravi Vadlamani [email protected] T.V.R. Murti [email protected]. P. Srinivasa Rao (Bibo) [email protected]. M. Harihara Prasad [email protected] Malladi Vasudev [email protected] Ch. Hari Krishna [email protected] V. Gopinath Reddy [email protected] Jashti Ranga Rao [email protected] Dr. T. Vijendra Rao [email protected]. Ramesh Vangala [email protected]. Kishore Banneni [email protected]. K. Venu Babu [email protected]. G. Ekamber Reddy [email protected]. K. Prabhakar [email protected]
Rtn. B.R. Reddy [email protected]. M. Surendranath [email protected]. R. Srinivasa Rao [email protected]. MalatiRamachandran [email protected]. Rau Nidumolu [email protected]. Suman Sayani [email protected]. Dr. Ch. Vasanth Kumar [email protected]. K. Sesha Sai Kumar [email protected]. V.S.R. Murthy [email protected]. B. Ram Gopal [email protected]. SamalaVenu [email protected]. M. Shanker [email protected]. K. Amarnath [email protected]. Jayaprakash Nambaru [email protected]. Suresh Vellore [email protected]. Madhavi [email protected]. Madhu Babu [email protected]
District Governor Malladi VasudevPDG Dr. Ravi Vadlamani, Chairman, Save Our Schools
ROTARY CLUB OF KOTHAGUDEMROTARY CLUB OF CAMPO MOURAO
&28 Participating Clubs in Telangana
With the support ofR.I.DISTRICT 4630, Brazil
&THE ROTARY FOUNDATION
Supported byDG. FRANCISCO SCARPARI, RID 4630Rtn. FLAVIO ZUNTA, DRFC, RID 4630
Proudly invites you to the
Distribution of 3737 High School Dual Desks
and Inauguration of 14 R.O. Plants( Under GG No. 1420588 )
&Felicitation to 109 School Teachers
Sri P. Srinivasa Reddy, Member of Parliament, Khammam
Sri Puvvada Ajay Kumar, MLA, KhammamSri Jalagam Venkat Rao, MLA, Kothagudem
Sri G. Kavitha, ZP Chair Person, KhammamSri K. Ilambarithi, District Collector, Khammam
Sri A.V. Ranganath, SP, KhammamSri Sanjay Singh, Divisional Chief Executive, ITC, PSPD
Master Mac Millar, Australia
IPDG. CA. Ch. Hari KrishnaDGE. V. Gopinath ReddyDGN. A. Ratna PrabhakarPDG. Jawahar Vadlamani, ZLC, RILM
PDG. D. Goutam
PDG. Rajyalakshmi Vadlamani, DRFC
PDG. D.K.Anand, DLCC – RILM
PDG. Sambasiva Rao PatibandlaPDG. Dr. C. Sarath BabuPDG. T.V.R.MurtiRtn. K. Prabhakar, DGSC
On Friday the 5th. September, 2014 at 3.00PMAt SR & BGNR Govt., Degree College Grounds, Khammam.
Guests of Honour
PresidentsRtn. M.SatyanarayanaRC KothagudemRtn. K.Sivarama Krishna PrasadRC Khammam
Rtn. Wilfredo SaavedraCampo Mourao, RID 4630
Project ContactsPDG. Dr. T.Vijendra RaoPDG. Antonio CardosoRaphael Da SilvaFernando Mizote
SecretariesRtn. Dr. Venkanna JatothRC KothagudemRtn. P. Nageswar RaoRC Khammam
SCHOOLS SUPPORTED BY US
Z.P.H.S (T/M) , (U/M),Telugu & Urdu MediumPerkit (G P), Armoor(Mandal)
Govt. High SchoolYellendu
Z.P.H.S (Girls)Damera(Village),Elkathurthy (Mandal)
P. SchoolDamera(Village),Elkathurthy (Mandal)
Govt. High SchoolHuzurnagar
Z.P.H.S, V.N. PuramDondapaduMellacheruvu (Mandal)
Z.P.H.S (Boys)Chinnamalla Reddy
Z.P.H.S, DevanpallyKamareddy (mandal)
Z.P.H.S/T S (2 Schools,1 Compound Hall)Aiyalapura, kOratla (M)
Z.P.H.S / T S/ TeluguMediumAiyalapura, kOratla (M)
G.P.S. Babu Cop.,Kothagudem
Primari SchoolSeethampeta BanjaraKothagudem
Z.P.S. SchoolChirumerri,Mudigonda (Mandal)
Z.P.S. SchoolKhammam (U)
Z.P.H.SchoolKasala (Vi)Hathnoora (Mandal)
Govt. High SchoolRajendranagarZaheerapura
Z.P.S. SchoolPatha LingalaM.P.Kamepalli
Z.P.S.SchoolGangaireni GudemShyampet, Parkal(M)
GGH SchoolMukarampura, KNR
Z.P.H.SchoolBanda ThimmapurMulugu (Mandal)
Z.P.P. S. SchoolMangalavaripet
Govt.High SchoolKrishna ColonyWarangal
"WASH-in-Schools reduces sicknesses in school children. Around the World, half of the ailments ofschool children are related to unsanitary conditions and lack of personal hygiene. Providing accessto WASH at a place where children spend most of their day is transformative"
- Paul Faeth, Executive Director, Global Water Challenge
Strange as it may sound girls doesn'twant to go to school because of lack ofsanitation facilities in the school. Even ifthey do go they stop drinking water.Break the Taboo! Sanitation and hygieneare not dirty words - they are the keys tochild survival, development and growth.Widely considered the most importantmedical advance of the last 150 yearsimproved sanitation has yet to reach 2.6billion people in the developing world.The result is not surprising and yet it isshocking: millions of children die eachyear from preventable diseases. Thesenumbers are extreme: the time for actionis now. Like HIV / AIDS in the 1980's wemust break the Taboo!.
Providing toilets will increasefemale literacy (due to increasedschool attendance where propersanitation facilities exist), acountry's economy can grow by 0.3percent. (Brocklehurst, 2004).According to WHO, achieving theMDG for sanitation would result in$ 66 billion gained through time,productivity, averted illness anddeath and health expenses (Huttonand Haller, 2004) WHO estimatesthat a 10 year increase in averagelife expectancy at birth translatesinto a rise of 0.33 - 0.4% ineconomic growth per year.
Save Our Schools Program envisagesconstruction of Toilet Blocks specially forgirl children. Over the years we haveconstructed several toilet blocks with thesupport of our partners in Austrialia,companies like General Electric and severalsoftware companies from Andhra Pradesh.
Join us to provide Toilets in Schools
"Overall, investing in water and sanitation projects has a strongmultiplier effect - the economic benefits range from $ 3 to $ 34 foreach dollar spent depending on the location". - StockholmInternational water Institute and WHO.
It is estimated that 60 million children per year suffer from stunted growth and
development due to waterborne diarrhea diseases. Consider the terrible fact, today or on
any given day, half the people in developing countries are sick because they drink
contaminated water. 80% of all diseases in the developing countries are caused by
contaminated water like cholera, typhoid, worm disease, trachoma, arsenic poisoning -
the list is endless and as it is with most diseases, children are the most vulnerable.
Provision of Reverse Osmosis Plants forSafe Quality Drinking Water in Schools
For every 15seconds, a childsomewhere in theworld dies from thewater relateddiseases. By 2015,nearly 3 billionpeople will live incountries wherewater is difficult or
By providing reverse osmosis plants or hand wells we will be able to providesafe quality drinking water to children. The health of the children increase anddropout ratio will decrease.
Join us in providing Reverse
Osmosis Plants in Schools
impossible. Children do not go to school since they have to walk miles and miles tofetch a pail of water.
IPDG Ch. Hari Krishna Project contact : Dr. T. Vijendra Rao
PDG TVR Murti, Co-Chairman, Save Our Schools
District Governor Malladi Vasudev with the children
On 23rd February, 2015we are providing
25,000 School Desksat a cost of
One Million US $to support
500 under previligedschools.
Join us in changing
more than a Million
lives in 15 years.
We are planningto enter
this record breakingevent into
Guinness Book of
Come let usMake History
Painted and well maintained school buildings,Arrangements for a boundary wall / fencing tosecure the building and assetsBenches and desks for better student teacherinteractionClean and Higienic separate toilets for boys andgirlsSafe and adequate drinking water for bothchildren and teachersLibrary facility for schools with more than 200studentsUniform and footwear for every childWell maintained space for teaching staffPlay material, games and sports equipments
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