Asha for Education

FOR EDUCATION TF Stars - SAC 2009-2010 (October Update) TF At a Glance FOR EDUCATION Scope All Students Male Female Everyone 1419 628 791 Remedial Coaching Center 345 179 166 Sponsored Children 55 32 23 Hostel Support 63 28 35 Open School 63 48 15 Community-based Education 494 243 251 Half-Way Home

34 10 24 Vocational Training 18 17 1 Source: Annual Report 07-08 Area: Kalighat, Lockgate, Dhapa, Tangra of Kolkata Approximate budget: 7.8M Rs (0.9 M Rs from Asha) FOR EDUCATION Status - 1 Approved: Apr 09 - Apr 10 Budget: 50 students 15 Higher Education 35 Regular Actual cost: Rs. 7,22,783 14456$ @ 50Rs/$ Second installment: $7228(@ 50Rs/$) FOR EDUCATION Status - 2 42 (out of 50) have paid sponsorships 8 sponsors didnt renew Database has up to date profiles Half-yearly update in progress Site visit by Ishan (Mar 2009) Status of Changes at TF end New staff: No major impact (positive or negative) New software system: delayed FOR EDUCATION Outlook Keep the support at the current level for now Reasonable load Changes at Asha: Handover to new team Old team: Venkata, LA New team: Atrei, LA; Bhupesh/Anju, SV Asha-TF Process changes New team working on improving reporting quality TF using new media (Facebook/Twitter/Youtube) Metrics/Progress

FOR EDUCATION Scope All Students Sponsorship Retention 28 existing, 18 new Student Retention 7 graduated, 7 dropped, 50 total Graduated: 3 B.A, 2 B.Com, 1 DSW, 1 Job Dropped: 1 Financial, 2 Family, 2 Marriage, 1 Migration, 1 Other Communication improvements Facebook + chat, TF Blog Process improvements Work in Progress (Use of Google Docs, Direct access to TF Student Database) FOR EDUCATION Budget Mar 2009 REGULAR STUDENT (35) 373750 HIGHER LEVEL STUDENT (15) 283325 SUBTOTAL 657075 65708 ADMINISTRATION TOTAL 722783 722783Rs = 14455$/Yr ($289/Yr/Student) Regular: 213$/Yr/Student (Donor pays: $240/Yr) Higher Education: 377$/Yr/Student (Donor pays: $360/Yr) Simplified budget, averaged costs Administration: Hired staff for counseling, new software system Regular Budget - Details FOR EDUCATION S L . ITEMS Explanation

UNI T RATE FREQUEN CY TOTAL REGULAR STUDENTS Hostel Fees 10 students stay in different hostels. All these students are from high risk groups mainly pavement dwellers and orphans. They are placed in hostels as they are not safe in their families and can not continue their studeis being in their respective families. 10 1000 12 120000 2 Tuition Fees Support for remedial coaching is given to the students as they do not get adequate support in their schools. This is done for better academic performance. 10 250 12 30000 3 Annual Fees (AN) Examination fees,sports,library,admission fees are paid to the respective institutions once in a year. 35 500 1 17500

4 Books The students are provided with books for their studies. 35 700 1 24500 5 Educational materials Supportive edu.material is needed for better results. 35 75 12 31500 6 Remedial Coaching Centre at DTMS Cost of remedial teaching for the 25 students who are getting the same support from our Mother Project at DTMS. 25 250 12 75000 7 Uniform One set of uniform and one pair of shoes is provided to each student who goes to school. 35 350 1 12250 8 Health Centre/HealthSeminer

Medical camps & health check up are needed to keep the children healthy. 35 75 12 31500 9 Follow up sponsor related work Contacting the students on regular basis by visiting their houses and hostels. 35 75 12 31500 1 SUBTOTAL 37375 0 HigherEd Budget - Details FOR EDUCATION S L . ITEMS Explanation 1 Hostel Fees 2 students stay in different hostels. 2 1000 12 24000 2 Annual Fees(AN) Examination fees,sports,library,admission fees are paid to the respective institutions

once in a year. 15 2775 1 41625 3 Books The students are provided with text books once in a year. 15 800 1 12000 4 Educational material Supportive edu.material is provided to the students better academic performace. 15 100 12 18000 5 Tuition Fees Support for remedial coaching is given to the students as they do not get adequate support in their school and home. This is done for better academic performance. 15 500 12 90000 6 Health Centre/HealthSeminer Medical camps & health check up are needed to keep the children healthy. 15 75

12 13500 7 Follow up sponsor related work Contacting the students on regular basis by visiting their houses and hostels. 15 75 12 13500 Hostel Fees Swapna is one of our beneficiaries who is doing a technical course (nursing) & she is a role model to other students as she come from a deprived background but progressed a lot. Hard and resilience helped her to get chance in a nursing course in a renowned college in Chennai. Her hostel charge is 2000/- per month. 1 24000 1 24000 2 Annual Charge Admission fees,tuition fees,development fees,board fees, laboratory fees, sports fees, library fees, medical charges, rural orientation charges etc. She can not afford all this fees and annual charges. 1 38000 1 38000 3 Uniform Nursing students have to wear particular specific uniform each year during the course. Every year a new uniform is to be purchased. 1 700

1 700 4 Books Cost of text books 1 1000 1 1000 5 Educational material Supportive educational material is needed for better results. 1 500 2 1000 6 Conveyance She needs travel expenses to visit home by train twice a year, going to college and coming back to hostel everyday. 1 500 12 6000 UNIT RATE FREQUENCY TOTAL Sp. Case Swapna Mallick 1 SUB TOTAL 283325

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