KSSS helped in getting my new ration card
I am living at Sihoripura with my family. Since last five to six years I am living separate from my parents. My earning is very little as I am a labour. As my earning is too little I was unable to buy enough rations and any materials/eatable or any other things for my family. I tried my best to have my own ration card through which at least I can buy enough rations. But due to my lack of knowledge I failed to have it. One day I attended training on PRI schemes and I shared my problem to Ms. Vilasben personally and she guided me for new ration card. She helped me to collect all the necessary documents with sign and stamp of Govt. Officers. After the few months process I got the new ration card. I was happy to see ration card in my hand as having ration in own hands. Today I am getting the good qualitative and actual quantitative ration every month. Today my family has enough rations without any worry and living a healthy and happy life. It’s all because of the help received through KSSS. Thanks to KSSS for giving a life to my family.
Course for drop out youth by KSSS
Arti Patel and Soni Sushma, both girls are dropout students from Vansol village. One day, they learned from KSSS staff that KSSS is imparting training in beautician course especially for drop out youth. They joined the course and did all the hard work to emerge first in the batch. After the training, and observing their interest, KSSS helped them to establish their own Beauty Parlor. They set up a shop in Pansora Village. In course time, owing good orders, they became stable earning members in their families. They are happy to see them as a shop owner.
Malnourished children turn into Healthy life
Kiran and Liza both are from Alindra village of Kheda district. Both these children are malnourished. Parents are illiterate and living in a poor economic condition. The family depends on the daily wage. Due to lack of nutritious food and other necessary requirements of these children’s growth stunted .Though they are of age 5 and 6 years there was no improvement in Weight and Height. When the children parliament children observed the need of these children, the health minister of children parliament and along with other parliamentarians visited their family and advised the parents to take them for further treatment at PHCs or CHCs. As a result, these children now gained their height and weight. Parents of these children are very grateful to children parliamentarians of Alindra village.
Helped by Kheda Childline
I am Chandu (Name Changed) from Dhar District. I was addicted by tube solution. While I was wondering at Nadiad railway station, I was caught by two team members of Kheda Child Line. During my counseling they came to know about my parents and they contacted them. My parents refused me to be with them. And after some days my parents migrated to another place. Due to which I was put in Nadiad Children home. The Childline Team contacted my aunty. Thereafter, the team had contacted to Dhhar Childline. I was taken by two team members to Dhhar Childline to verify the documents. After the verifying of the documents I was handed over to my aunty. I am feeling very happy with my family.
Anganvadi Ghatak – 1
Regular visit & monitoring of VDC members of Angadi to Anganvadi brought changes in every dealing especially irregular coming of teacher and providing nutritious food to the children. This Anganvadi Ghatak – 1 have been awarded for its regularity and best performance, because of VDC members’ involvement and participation in ensuring their right to food.
Solution to issue of livelihood
Through an active leadership, initiative and advocacy of VDC members of Marida village in Kheda, District Development Officer solved the issue of livelihood under MGNREGA. Today in Marida village 3006 people benefited under MGNREGA scheme earning Rs. 167/- per day.
VDC Member, Marida
Solution to Mid-day meals issue in Anganvadi
VDC members in Zalabordi, advocated with Dist. Collector regarding irregular distribution of Midday meals in the primary and snacks in Anganvadi. The collector of Anand intervened in this issue. Now Midday meals and snacks are provided to the children very regularly as per the Government guidelines.
VDC Member, Zalabordi
New School In Dantali
On 24-04-2017 children of Balswaraj went to meet parliament member Mr. Devsingh Chauhan. They demanded verbally and written, to make the new school in Dantali, C.C. TV Cameras be installed in Dantali
School and about to run a S.T.Bus in Dantali and Bamroli.
My School, My Home
Members of Children’s Parliament from Matar School had discussed on an issue of filthy and stinking surrounding near school. The parliamentarians initiated cleanliness drive to that area with permission from
village sarpanch. Children’s Parliament of Matar village fetched 10 dustbins and brooms from the Khilkhilat van drivers. Thanks to Driver Mr. Samirbhai.
Sanitation Facility for Girls and Boys in School
Girls and boys had to use open toilets in village school of Thasra block. Children’s parliaments of that school decided to do all the possible to ensure privacy to Girls and Boys of the Harkhol village. This Children parliament took the lead in bringing the issue to the notice of Panchayat administration. The Panchayat now has built. Toilet for Girls and Boys.” We want to do all that we can for the benefit of the society”, says the members of Children parliament Thasra.
Unemployment, Now NO More
I was unemployed, disappointed and rejected youth. KSSS equipped me with Driving skill and linked me to the employment opportunity. today i drive my own AUTORIKSHOW and earn upto Rs. 500 per day. I am able to make family happy.
Tadpada Yogesh Bhai
Unemployment, Now NO More
I was rejected child of my parents because I am person living with Disability, KSSS gave me a chance to prove myself as a instructor of Garment Making training at Amod Center. After completing the 5 batches of Garment Making, I was linked for the bank loan and benefited with Rs. 45,000/- and Rs. 15,000/- was subsided loan. i also benefited with “No Objection” Certificate from Bank for any kind of loan in future.
Jyoti (Amod Center)
Healthy Environment, Healthy Life
Ganol is village where people live in very simple and hard life without any facilities of life living. Most of the people belong to BC and are poor. People are suffering from various sicknesses. People are surrounded by too much garbages and dirty water which affect directly the health of people and especially children. In rainy season the situation becomes more unbearable. Task force members and other community members discussed this issue among themselves and thereafter they presented this issue in the Gram Sabha and fought for their right. After lots of struggle, finally they succeeded in cleaning that area and constructed RCC road. People were happy to see the success.