Mother India Community Development Association

Project Brief: The objective of the project is to provide access to basic education to the children of the poorest families who are recently settled in Vidyutsadasivapuram village, Chittor District, Andhra Pradesh.
Project Type: Formal Schools (description)
Primary Focus: to go to formal school (description)

Secondary Focus: creating resources

Area: Rural
Supporting Chapter Contact: Seattle
Status: current / ongoing
Project Steward: Keerthi S
Project Partner(s): Subbaramiah R
Other Contacts: Sowmya Subramanian
Project Address: , General Secretary MICDA,,Puttur,
ANDHRA PRADESH  517 583
Tel: 877-2243901
Stewarding Chapter: Seattle
Nov 2016SeattleUSD 12912
Jan 2016SeattleUSD 19451
Jul 2014SeattleUSD 6729
Mar 2012SeattleUSD 3050
Nov 2010SeattleUSD 13230
Jun 2010SeattleUSD 4000
Jan 2010DallasUSD 1300
Sep 2009SeattleUSD 11400
Jul 2009SeattleUSD 4140
Oct 2008SeattleUSD 13915
Jan 2008DelawareUSD 1327
Oct 2007SeattleUSD 16000
Sep 2007DelawareUSD 192
Aug 2007DelawareUSD 731
Jan 2007SeattleUSD 11020
Sep 2006SeattleUSD 6500
Dec 2006SeattleUSD 8300
Dec 2005DelawareUSD 14225
Dec 2005SeattleUSD 1500
Jun 2004Silicon ValleyUSD 2500
Jun 2004Silicon ValleyUSD 46155
Dec 2004DelawareUSD 5000
Dec 2003DelawareUSD 9500
Dec 2003DelawareUSD 4351
Dec 2002DelawareUSD 4000
Dec 2002Silicon ValleyUSD 7100
Dec 2002StanfordUSD 2500
Dec 2001DelawareUSD 5000
Dec 2001Silicon ValleyUSD 21700
Dec 2001StanfordUSD 2500
Dec 2000DelawareUSD 2000

Total = $262228

The short-term objectives of the project are to provide access to basic education to the children of the poorest families who are recently settled in the project area in a safe and joyful environment. The long term objectives of the project are to pressurize the state to provide the basic education facilities to the children of the area.
An NGO called MICDA (Mother India Child Development Association) is operating a school in Vidyut- sadasivapuram of Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh under National Child Labor Project. The school serves children of landless laborers who have recently been settled on government land. The school is run as a composite of 3 NCLP schools as each NCLP (National Child Labor Protection) school is meant only for a maximum of 50 children. Thus the NCLP school caters to the need of only 150 children, however the demand is from approximately 300 children in the area.
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