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  • WILHELM HAMM CENTRE OF HOPENURSERY & PRIMARY SCHOOL

    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

    ANNUAL REPORT 2008 - 2009

  • 02 03

    Nursery and Primary School

    In December of 2004, HOPE foundations tsunami rehabilitation work had begun in

    Pudupattinam with the provision for basic needs. In the succeeding years, the tsunami-

    affected villagers were provided with quality medical, educational, sanitation and

    employment services, which the area lacked prior to the tsunami. With the support of HR

    Group, Germany HOPE foundation Nursery and Primary school and a community hall was

    built as part of Wilhelm Hamm Centre of HOPE to benefit the people in Pudupattinam,

    Uyyalikuppam and the neighbouring villages. The community hall (kalyanamandapam)

    caters to the needs like marriage functions for the villagers while the HOPE foundation school

    benefits the children living in these villages by imparting English medium education. The

    school was established in 2005 for the children of tsunami affected villages. The building

    (13,000 sq.ft in size) has 8 classrooms and also accommodates the medical centre and a

    vocational training centre.

    highlightsHIGHLIGHTSIn the month of April the school organized a special summer camp for the students. About 20

    students participated in the camp. The children had a chance to take part in activities like

    craft work, painting, drawing, singing and indoor games. On the last day of the camp the

    children were taken to Crocodile Park and all of them had a great time.

    In the new academic year 2008-09 an E-learning system called Compugen was

    introduced to LKG and UKG sections. It is a software education package for primary school

    children. It captivates the childrens attention as they learn their lessons.

    Metamorphosis program was started for the kindergarten kids in August of 2008. This

    training aims to develop a childs language, cognitive, sensory, social, and fine motor skills. A

    10 day training program for teachers was also conducted which included the topics below:

    the Creeping & Crawling Technique, the Art of Story telling, Rhymes & songs, Outdoor &

    Indoor games, and Arts & Crafts.

    Teachers were given the second phase of training from Mile stones. They taught the teachers

    about the Montessori method of teaching. The teachers learned that their first job is to help

    the child to become a good human being and then a doctor, a scientist, a musician etc.,

    For the first time the fishermen colony children got an exposure to learn Bharathanatyam -

    Indian dance. Mrs. Sarasu Lakshmi, Director of Pallava Natiya Academy inaugurated the

    dance-training program for the children of The HOPE foundation school in Pudupattinam

    Kuppam.

    112BOYS

    90GIRLS

    + = 202STUDENTS

    STATISTICS

    SUMMARY

    PCO - Director 1 PRO 1

    Correspondent 1 Admin Asst. 1

    Head Mistress 1 Security 1

    Teachers 7 Sweeper 2

    Staff Details

  • 02 03

    Nursery and Primary School

    In December of 2004, HOPE foundations tsunami rehabilitation work had begun in

    Pudupattinam with the provision for basic needs. In the succeeding years, the tsunami-

    affected villagers were provided with quality medical, educational, sanitation and

    employment services, which the area lacked prior to the tsunami. With the support of HR

    Group, Germany HOPE foundation Nursery and Primary school and a community hall was

    built as part of Wilhelm Hamm Centre of HOPE to benefit the people in Pudupattinam,

    Uyyalikuppam and the neighbouring villages. The community hall (kalyanamandapam)

    caters to the needs like marriage functions for the villagers while the HOPE foundation school

    benefits the children living in these villages by imparting English medium education. The

    school was established in 2005 for the children of tsunami affected villages. The building

    (13,000 sq.ft in size) has 8 classrooms and also accommodates the medical centre and a

    vocational training centre.

    highlightsHIGHLIGHTSIn the month of April the school organized a special summer camp for the students. About 20

    students participated in the camp. The children had a chance to take part in activities like

    craft work, painting, drawing, singing and indoor games. On the last day of the camp the

    children were taken to Crocodile Park and all of them had a great time.

    In the new academic year 2008-09 an E-learning system called Compugen was

    introduced to LKG and UKG sections. It is a software education package for primary school

    children. It captivates the childrens attention as they learn their lessons.

    Metamorphosis program was started for the kindergarten kids in August of 2008. This

    training aims to develop a childs language, cognitive, sensory, social, and fine motor skills. A

    10 day training program for teachers was also conducted which included the topics below:

    the Creeping & Crawling Technique, the Art of Story telling, Rhymes & songs, Outdoor &

    Indoor games, and Arts & Crafts.

    Teachers were given the second phase of training from Mile stones. They taught the teachers

    about the Montessori method of teaching. The teachers learned that their first job is to help

    the child to become a good human being and then a doctor, a scientist, a musician etc.,

    For the first time the fishermen colony children got an exposure to learn Bharathanatyam -

    Indian dance. Mrs. Sarasu Lakshmi, Director of Pallava Natiya Academy inaugurated the

    dance-training program for the children of The HOPE foundation school in Pudupattinam

    Kuppam.

    112BOYS

    90GIRLS

    + = 202STUDENTS

    STATISTICS

    SUMMARY

    PCO - Director 1 PRO 1

    Correspondent 1 Admin Asst. 1

    Head Mistress 1 Security 1

    Teachers 7 Sweeper 2

    Staff Details

  • 04 05

    5 year old Vignesh hails from Pudupattinam fishermen colony. His father Balasubramaniam

    is a fishermen and mother Shanthi is a house wife. Both of his parents had a great desire to

    educate their child in an English medium school. They saved up all their money and sent him to

    a local English medium school. Vignesh being physically weak and very quiet child, could not

    recognize letters; he could not read, write or recite rhymes. Even after sending him to school

    for a year, his parents found no improvement in him. They approached the HOPE foundation

    school fo a solution. When he met with Mrs. Nalini Kagoo, Principal of the school he did not

    even have the courage to tell his name. When he was asked to draw or write he could not

    do so. Realizing Vignesh needed personal attention, Nalini worked with him for three months

    on one-to-one basis. Now Vignesh has grown in confidence and his test scores are

    phenomenal with 100% in Mathematics, 92% and above in other subjects.

    HOPE foundation School in Pudupattinam is constantly

    making efforts to give the very best to the school children.

    The school works very hard to give a better education than

    any other school of its kind. Also our school is of the opinion

    that children should be encouraged to participate in extra

    curricular activities, as they are also very instrumental in

    shaping the future of the children. In our efforts towards

    excellence, one of our school students named Pavitra S

    brought great honor to the school.

    Pavithra S. a student of class III participated in a painting

    competition organized by Vidya Sagar Global School.

    Amongst hundreds of student Pavihtra stood third and

    received a certificate of recognition and a cash award. The

    Principal and the whole school congratulated her in the

    assembly for her success.

    Bringing accolades

    Overcoming difficulties...

  • 04 05

    5 year old Vignesh hails from Pudupattinam fishermen colony. His father Balasubramaniam

    is a fishermen and mother Shanthi is a house wife. Both of his parents had a great desire to

    educate their child in an English medium school. They saved up all their money and sent him to

    a local English medium school. Vignesh being physically weak and very quiet child, could not

    recognize letters; he could not read, write or recite rhymes. Even after sending him to school

    for a year, his parents found no improvement in him. They approached the HOPE foundation

    school fo a solution. When he met with Mrs. Nalini Kagoo, Principal of the school he did not

    even have the courage to tell his name. When he was asked to draw or write he could not

    do so. Realizing Vignesh needed personal attention, Nalini worked with him for three months

    on one-to-one basis. Now Vignesh has grown in confidence and his test scores are

    phenomenal with 100% in Mathematics, 92% and above in other subjects.

    HOPE foundation School in Pudupattinam is constantly

    making efforts to give the very best to the school children.

    The school works very hard to give a better education than

    any other school of its kind. Also our school is of the opinion

    that children should be encouraged to participate in extra

    curricular activities, as they are also very instrumental in

    shaping the future of the children. In our efforts towards

    excellence, one of our school students named Pavitra S

    brought great honor to the school.

    Pavithra S. a student of class III participated in a painting

    competition organized by Vidya Sagar Global School.

    Amongst hundreds of student Pavihtra stood third and

    received a certificate of recognition and a cash award. The

    Principal and the whole school congratulated her in the

    assembly for her success.

    Bringing accolades

    Overcoming difficulties...

  • 06

    Community Development Program

    On 14th of December 2009 HOPE foundation along with Nehru Yuva Kendra,

    Kancheepuram Disticit organized a Vigilance Day at the Wilhelm Hamm Centre of HOPE.

    The program was planned to create awareness about corruption & bribery among youth.

    Mr. S. Masood Ahamed, District Youth Coordinator, NYK Mr. K.P. Sathyamoorthy,

    Counselor, Pudupattinam Fishermen, Colony, Mr. S. Sudhagar, Self Help Group, Trainer NYK

    & Mr. Santhosh P. Kagoo, Program Director, HOPE foundation were the dignitaries who

    attended the program.

    highlightsHIGHLIGHTS

    Panchiammal, is a 60 year old widow from the Pudupattinam fishermen colony. She currently

    lives with her grand daughter. She had a stroke due to hypertension two years ago and was

    bedridden ever since. She started making regular visits to the clinic run by the HOPE

    foundation and taking treatments continuously.

    The treatment enabled her to slowly recover from her stroke. She is able to live a normal life

    once again. Doctors have confirmed that her hypertension is totally under control and she

    doesn't have to take regular medicines. Panchiammal is very grateful to HOPE foundation.

    From Stroke to Success

    Mr. Jayapal, a 51 year old fisherman resides in

    Pudupattinam. He is the sole earning member of the family

    of four, which includes his wife, daughter and his aged

    mother. Few months ago he suffered from paralysis stroke

    and both his legs and hands were paralyzed. He was unable

    to work. Seeing the situation, his aged mother and wife

    started selling dry fish. Their earning was not enough to

    support the familys expenses and Mr. Jayapals medical

    expenses.

    They approached HOPE for help; we started to supply

    medicine for his treatment, after a yearr of treatment he is

    able to stand and walk. He was cured from his stroke but was

    not able to go fishing. Later he approached HOPE for a job.

    As there was a need for a watchman in the school, he was

    appointed as a watchman. He is very grateful to HOPE

    foundation for bringing hope in his life.

    Staff Details

    Doctor 1

    Nurse 1

    Supervised by Program Co-ordinator

    Found HOPE in life

    STATISTICS

    Computer

    Training

    Centre

    6459

    No. of cases

    treated in

    the clinic

    25

  • 06

    Community Development Program

    On 14th of December 2009 HOPE foundation along with Nehru Yuva Kendra,

    Kancheepuram Disticit organized a Vigilance Day at the Wilhelm Hamm Centre of HOPE.

    The program was planned to create awareness about corruption & bribery among youth.

    Mr. S. Masood Ahamed, District Youth Coordinator, NYK Mr. K.P. Sathyamoorthy,

    Counselor, Pudupattinam Fishermen, Colony, Mr. S. Sudhagar, Self Help Group, Trainer NYK

    & Mr. Santhosh P. Kagoo, Program Director, HOPE foundation were the dignitaries who

    attended the program.

    highlightsHIGHLIGHTS

    Panchiammal, is a 60 year old widow from the Pudupattinam fishermen colony. She currently

    lives with her grand daughter. She had a stroke due to hypertension two years ago and was

    bedridden ever since. She started making regular visits to the clinic run by the HOPE

    foundation and taking treatments continuously.

    The treatment enabled her to slowly recover from her stroke. She is able to live a normal life

    once again. Doctors have confirmed that her hypertension is totally under control and she

    doesn't have to take regular medicines. Panchiammal is very grateful to HOPE foundation.

    From Stroke to Success

    Mr. Jayapal, a 51 year old fisherman resides in

    Pudupattinam. He is the sole earning member of the family

    of four, which includes his wife, daughter and his aged

    mother. Few months ago he suffered from paralysis stroke

    and both his legs and hands were paralyzed. He was unable

    to work. Seeing the situation, his aged mother and wife

    started selling dry fish. Their earning was not enough to

    support the familys expenses and Mr. Jayapals medical

    expenses.

    They approached HOPE for help; we started to supply

    medicine for his treatment, after a yearr of treatment he is

    able to stand and walk. He was cured from his stroke but was

    not able to go fishing. Later he approached HOPE for a job.

    As there was a need for a watchman in the school, he was

    appointed as a watchman. He is very grateful to HOPE

    foundation for bringing hope in his life.

    Staff Details

    Doctor 1

    Nurse 1

    Supervised by Program Co-ordinator

    Found HOPE in life

    STATISTICS

    Computer

    Training

    Centre

    6459

    No. of cases

    treated in

    the clinic

    25

  • Programme Location

    WILHELM HAMM CENTRE OF HOPE

    No. 1, Mettu Street,

    Pudupattinam Fishermen Colony,

    Kalpakkam, Kancheepuram - 603 102.

    Ph: 91-44-27481501

    Registered Office

    HOPE FOUNDATION

    D-32, 1st Floor,

    Jangpura Extension,

    New Delhi - 110014, INDIA

    Tel.: +91-11-24314130, 24317359

    Fax.: +91-11-24319672

    Email: hope_foundation@hopeww.org

    Website: www.hopefoundation.org.in

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