Two of our children (Simi from Mehrauli Home and Akash from Mayur Vihar Home) got admitted to a very reputed residential school, called Sagar School in Rajasthan, courtesy the school. We are truly grateful to the school authorities.
Our Earning Members!
Two of our boys, Jagpal and Rakesh from Gurgaon Home have received an opportunity to work with the Crown Plaza Hotel as paid trainees. Jagpal is being trained to be a Chef whereas Rakesh is underoing a training in Housekeeping. This endeavour was made possible with the help of Youthreach and Crown Plaza Hotel. Thanks to both!!!
Monica from Sant Nagar Home, on reaching adulthood, entered into the fiscal world. Her debut at M.M.Exports has transformed her into a confident young lady and a feeling of happiness and satisfaction has permeated her life.
After spending more than 11 years with us, Sunita from Sant Nagar Home reached the age of maturity and was restored back to her family, from whom she had parted as a lost child.
9 more add up to the team of 105 Udayan Care Children!
Our newest home at Noida has welcomed 6 new boys and the Mayur Vihar Home has accomodated 3, thus, taking up the strength to 114.
A research paper was presented in Australia by Dr. Deepak Gupta on a study on the perception of quality of parenting practiced by ‘Udayan Care’ in its four residential homes, out of the existing six. Through this research, an attempt was made to study child rearing practices and parental (mentor mothers/care takers) attitude of rejection, overprotection and emotional warmth, as well as the Individual Programme Plan (IPP) on the part of the mentors and a sense of acceptance/rejection in ‘Udayan Care’ children.
Caregivers shared their experiences with one of our volunteers, Ms. Vibhuti Sharma in the workshop held in July while the August workshop was directed towards improving their relationship with the volunteers frequenting their homes.
Workshops aimed at inculcating good behaviour in children and making them understand the importance of following rules marked the month of July while in August, informative workshops commemorating Friendship Day and Independence Day featured most.
Corporate Volunteering & Mentoring
On July 21st, the children from Mehrauli and Gurgaon Homes enjoyed a ‘fun workshop’ organised by the Royal Bank of Scotland at Unitech Park’ Gurgaon. After a day full of sports activities, all the children were treated with delicious lunch and gifted colour boxes and water bottles.
ADIDAS joined hands with Udayan Care to provide a training in sports to the boys at Gurgaon Home. Different teams from Adidas visit the home each Friday and guide the boys in various sport activities. As a part of Corporate Mentoring Programme, the children from Sant Nagar and Mayur Vihar Homes continued to visit CSC every Tuesday, and children from Greater NOIDA visited XANSA every Thursday to interact with their mentors.
The children staged a beautiful programme at CSC on the eve of Independence Day.
The Managing Trustee of Udayan Care, Dr. Kiran Modi is now the honorary member of a Committee that has been constituted under the Chairmanship of Secretary, Social Welfare, to look into various aspects of the report of Homelessness, submitted by the Institute of Human Development. The survey was conducted to assess the extent of Homelessness in Delhi and to give recommendations to combat the problem area wise. She was also invited as a trainer to a Conference to train Fund Raisers, organised by SAFRG, Agra.. She spoke on "BRAND: Brand Building And Niche Development".
July – August, 2007 Vol. I, No. 3
UDAYAN CARE UPDATES
With Flying Colours!
Sharing our Experiences
Delhi Half Marathon- 2007- join us
In the year 2005 & 2006 thousands of people ran for a noble cause, of their choice, in Hutch Delhi Half Marathon. Many of you may had run for Udayan Care!!!! Come forward on October 28th and “Run again so that our children could fly…”
Please register before 21st September’2007 and be a part of it or just call us:
Vasudha Pansari (9810249985)
Shrila Bajoria (9810810099)
Silky Grewal (9899869020)
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