Sphoorti Hyderabad NGO Orphanage

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Sphoorti Hyderabad NGO Orphanage

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  • 1. http://www.sphoorti.org

2. Mission SPHOORTI http://www.sphoorti.org 3. Mission (redux)

  • What : To change lives of underprivileged and vulnerable children
  • Whom : Orphaned, abandoned, homeless, children of sex workers and HIV/AIDS patients
  • How : Provide long-term care and skills
  • Why : To help them grow into independent and responsible children

http://www.sphoorti.org 4. Fact Sheet

  • Started inAug 2006with three children
  • 24 x 7 care for46 boys and 34 girlsin two separate premises
  • Sponsoring education foranother 12 children
  • Formal educationin anEnglishmedium private school

http://www.sphoorti.org 5. What We ArentWhat We Are

  • just aNon-Profit Org
  • aCharity
  • BEGGINGfor change
  • seekingDONATIONS
  • aFor-Impact Org
  • aCause
  • begging forCHANGE
  • seekingINVOLVEMENT + RELATIONSHIP+ PARTNERSHIP

http://www.sphoorti.org 6. Relationship defined

  • Arelationshipis acontinuingseries ofcollaborative interactionseach inherentlyuniqueto the individual participant.

http://www.sphoorti.org 7. SPHOORTI Flow sheet http://www.sphoorti.org 8. In simple terms, we provide

  • Food
    • Diet planprescribed by experts
    • Three mealsin a day andsnacksin the evening
  • Clothing
    • 3 sets ofuniformsandcivil dresses
    • 2 sets ofunderwear , 2 pairs ofshoes&slippersp.a.
  • Shelter
    • Twoseparate Homes
    • 9 rooms for Girls and 5 rooms for Boys

http://www.sphoorti.org 9. . we also provide

  • Education
    • English-mediumeducation,After hourstuition support
  • Healthcare
    • Medical, Dental, EyeCamps every year
    • 24 x 7 access to physicians
  • Recreation
    • Excursions : Zoo, Circus, NTR Gardens, Prasadzet al
    • Drawing/PaintingandDancing, MoviesandMusic
    • Games:Cricket, Skipping, Carroms, Footballet al

http://www.sphoorti.org 10. Rehab of Dommara Children

  • Backdrop
    • Prostitution: TraditionalProfession(Caste-based)
    • Children forced intoflesh tradeatpuberty
      • Girls becomesex workers
      • Boys becomepimps/traffickers
    • Exploitationby community leaders and police
    • Nogeneralcareeroption
    • SeveralHIV and AIDSpatients

http://www.sphoorti.org 11. Rehab of Dommara Children (contd.)

  • Intervention
    • Counseling and Guidance
      • One-on-one with parents and children
      • HIV/AIDS awareness
    • Rehabilitationof children
      • SPHOORTI supporting16Dommarachildren
      • Comprehensive CareandCounseling

http://www.sphoorti.org 12. Rehab of Dommara Children (contd.)

  • Implications
    • A sex worker transmits HIV to600 people in 10 years
    • We save
      • Dommara children from becomingsex workersandpimps/traffickers
      • 600 x(number of Dommara girls rescued) approx.
      • As manyfamilies

http://www.sphoorti.org 13. SPHOORTI in media

  • Print
    • Eenadu (May 16, 2008)
    • The Hindu(July 18, 2008)
  • Electronic Media
    • TV9-
    • Tie-up withRadio Mirchi- ,

http://www.sphoorti.org 14. Testimonials ( more onhttp://www.sphoorti.org/testimonials.html )

  • NVISION Group (Deloitte),
  • Our meeting with you was with a major motive of understanding your organization, I must admit that we are really impressed with the way Sphoorti is been organized, We could see that the entire activities were being run in a very professional manner, we liked the way the kids treated us. Our every observation led us to only one conclusion, Sphoorti has a great future.
  • We had a great learning experience of how an NGO is to be maintained, and treated so that it excels in the role for which it was started. Sphoorti is an outstanding example of a professionally maintained organization.

http://www.sphoorti.org 15. How you can Help http://www.sphoorti.org