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GARHWAL POST [December Sunday 4, 2005]

SUJAN SINGH - A LIFE LESS ORDINARY

In 1984 when Sujan was just seven, he was severely electrocuted while playing next to an electric transformer. Due to non-availability of prompt and appropriate medical attention he lost both hands and a part of his foot inspite of prolonged and varied treatment. The trauma and emotional turmoil in someone so young after such a tragedy is difficult to express in words... [ READ MORE ]

TIRUPORUR [ December 3, 2005 ]

FIBRE BOAT DISTRIBUTION FOR THE TSUNAMI AFFECTED FISHERMEN COMMUNITY

Chemmencherry kuppam is placed next to Kovalam was seviorly affected by Tsunami. For the livelihood support of the seviourly affected 20 families, 5 Mechanised Fibre boats were distributed at the ratio of 1 boat for 4 families by Mr. J.P. Singh, Director, KHW-India, Dehradun, UA ... [READ MORE]

DINA THANTHI [November 30, 2005]

In a village named Seruthlaikadu near Vedaraniyam, on behalf of Kinderhilfswerk, the livelihood asset distribution function for the Tsunami affected fishermen was held in the presence of Devarajulu, the Taksildar of Vedaraniyam and Mr.J.P. Singh the Asia Director of Kinderhilfswerk. [READ MORE]

TIMES OF INDIA, DOON PLUS [August Saturday 13, 2005]

SUCCESS STORY FROM A SLUM

Kinderhilfswerk [Khw-india] has acheieved commendable success in providing quality education to several young children from disadvantaged backgrounds and turning their lives into sucess stories. This year one such child, Daya Ram a slum dweller who has been receiving aid for his entire education, is now been provided support to pursue his dream of becoming an engineer. [READ MORE]

DAINIK JAGRAN


HEALTH CAMP FOR THE DISABLED

Ukimath (Rudraprayag) At the initiation of KHW, Disha Hospital , Dehradun and Grameen Samudayak Vikas Sewa Sansthan's, Tilwara a health camp was organized where 470 people were checked and identified for further treatment.

DINA MALHAR [October 10, 2005]

WELFARE ACTIVITIES NEAR VEDARANYAM

The lively hood support to the Tsunami affected Fishermen Community living at Cheruthalaikadu Village near Vetharanyam was started by Khw and Pace Organisation. Distribution of Fibre Boats, Fishnets, Boat Engines, Lending Social help to the Fishermen Women, nutritious food to the Children, Free Education to the Children are started. [READ MORE]

THE GAZETTE [June 2005]

A DIFFERENT WORLD

Mark Helyar a former artistic director of Basingstoke's Proteus theatre company, reports on the communities he visited in South East Asia .

[This article was published in June 2005 in a local magazine of Basingstoke named - the Gazette. ] [ READ MORE ]

DINA THANTHI [OCTOBER 11, 2005]

Tsunami Rehabilitation Programme was organised at Cheruthalaikadu, near Vedaranyam

Khw India and Pace Service Organisation jointly organised the rehabilitation work to this village. 18 Fibre Boats to the Fishermen Communities, Distributing the Fish Nets, Engines. For fishermen women who are carrying Fish on their head, help is rendered to uplift their social status and take care of their children. Provide nutritious food for their Children, help in getting the education [READ MORE]

 

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