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2 Mission SPHOORTI

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

4 Fact Sheet Started in Aug 2006 with three children 24 x 7 care for 46 boys and 34 girls in two separate premises Sponsoring education for another 12 children Formal education in an English medium private school

5 What We Aren’t What We Are just a Non-Profit Org a Charity BEGGING for change seeking DONATIONS a For-Impact Org a Cause begging for CHANGE seeking INVOLVEMENT + RELATIONSHIP + PARTNERSHIP

6 Relationship defined A relationship is a continuing series of two collaborative interactions each inherently unique to the individual participant.

7 SPHOORTI Flow sheet

8 In simple terms, we provide Food – Diet plan prescribed by experts – Three meals in a day and snacks in the evening Clothing – 3 sets of uniforms and civil dresses – 2 sets of underwear, 2 pairs of shoes & slippers p.a. Shelter – Two separate Homes – 9 rooms for Girls and 5 rooms for Boys

9 …. we also provide Education – English-medium education, After hours tuition support Healthcare – Medical, Dental, Eye Camps every year – 24 x 7 access to physicians Recreation – Excursions: Zoo, Circus, NTR Gardens, Prasadz et al – Drawing/Painting and Dancing, Movies and Music – Games: Cricket, Skipping, Carroms, Football et al

10 Rehab of Dommara Children Backdrop – Prostitution : Traditional Profession (Caste-based) – Children forced into flesh trade at puberty Girls become sex workers Boys become pimps/traffickers – Exploitation by community leaders and police – No general career option – Several HIV and AIDS patients

11 Rehab of Dommara Children (contd.) Intervention – Counseling and Guidance One-on-one with parents and children HIV/AIDS awareness – Rehabilitation of children SPHOORTI supporting 16 Dommara children Comprehensive Care and Counseling

12 Rehab of Dommara Children (contd.) Implications – A sex worker transmits HIV to 600 people in 10 years – We save Dommara children from becoming sex workers and pimps/traffickers 600 x (number of Dommara girls rescued) approx. As many families

13 SPHOORTI in media Print – Eenadu (May 16, 2008) – The Hindu (July 18, 2008) Electronic Media – TV9 - స్పందించే హృదయం – Tie-up with Radio Mirchi - బుక్ ఇవ్వు, బుక్ అయిపో

14 Testimonials ( more on ) 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. ”

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