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October 7, 2013 at 8:40 am Leave a comment

STAY ALIVE PROGRAM IN THE TWENTY FIVE SCHOOLS IN KABERAMAIDO

Stay Alive Program has taken affirm stand in the twenty-five schools in Kaberamaido, especially being propelled by the Stay Alive theme.

Little did the kaberamaido community know that the Stay Alive Program is amoral revival program.

Couple of weeks back, Mr. Raymond  , a teacher  from one of the neighboring  School conducting Stay Alive lessons, approached me and acknowledged that  , the introduction of Stay Alive Program  in Kaberamaido school s has brought tremendous positive character change among the pupils;

The majority of children make their own decision, as coming to school is not now a task to the parents. Most of the children have taken this as apriority.

Here is okello, a pupil in kaberamaido township primary school in primary five, he used to dodge classes, going to school was hard, but    with the introduction of Stay Alive Program, Okello is among the first children at school

Morally , the children have reformed .The hide and seek game is no longer going on in schools, they have learnt more  about the will of being a person of great worth and deserve to live ,by keeping their bodies free from HIV / AIDS . Recently pupils of Gweton Primary School, voluntary decided to go for HIV / AIDS test in the neighboring clinic. They wanted to maintain their integrity of living with knowledge of their HIV/ AIDS status.

Here are pupils of GWETON PRIMARY SCHOOL HAVING   HIV /AIDS TEST.

Through Stay Alive Program, most of the pupils have learnt to accept responsibilities for their decisions and actions.

Also to live with integrity; to building care and Emotional health relationship. Paul is A stay live club pupil in Alwa Primary School, in kaberamaido and this is what he says about care and emotional relationship. I ‘m Paul and I will always help any body who deserve my help, whether at or out of school.

Not only is Stay Alive a moral upright program among the children, but it has taken a mile ahead to Economical aspect ; provision of food and money for the schools.

 Recently Gweton Primary school, under the stay alive program decided to go farming. They planted  tomatoes, which they  partly ate and sold .

Below are the nursery beds.

Stay Alive Program must be extended into kaberamaido communities, not only the school-going children but also to the vulnerable village children. With the passed civil, tribal wars and the high HIV/ AIDS infection in the area, this has left a big number of orphans. Stay Alive Program is a Program that brings healing and because of this, Trivani Foundation is determined to bring happiness and joy to this group of people in kaberamaido.

Here are group of orphans under the care of Asayos Wish Foundation Kaberamaido and in which Stay Alive Program has changed minds. Through stay alive lessons conducted in the orphanage, must of this children have changed morally, improved academically, socially and are focused to live along loving life by forgetting their past.

November 29, 2010 at 6:57 pm Leave a comment

Income Generating Program in Isolated Meghauli, Nepal

A great change brought about by an income-generating program in isolated Meghauli, Nepal

Nepal’s in-country director, Chandra Adhikari has done it again!  Below, he shares a phenomenal update on work being done in underserved areas of rural Nepal.  Lives are being changed and progress is being made – thanks to the dedication of local leaders and sustainable partnerships.

Even being a part of the Chitwan district, Meghauli is one of the isolated villages of Nepal. Partnering with Trivani Foundation, CHOICE  Humanitarian approached this village in 2008.  Now, successful cow, buffalo and goat keeping projects are running in this area to uplift the economic level of the locals. People of this area need these daily wages as the main source of their every day livelihood. Many of them even don’t have a piece of land; they have small cottage where 6-10 people are struggling to survive together.

 Meet Jayasara Pariyar who is standing in-front of her small cottage. She has 6 members in her family and six of them are living in this small cottage which is very hard even to believe.  

CHOICE approached this village and found another partner Clinic Nepal, a local NGO, working hard and supporting the locals in different areas like health, education, sanitation and others. As we showed our proposal to Clinic Nepal, this NGO became ready to partner and support this project. With the donation that was donated by Clinic Nepal,we bought a 24,000 meter square plot of land where the landless locals can run the buffalo, cow and goat keeping, as well as vegetable farming businesses for a living. We constructed a shed for them so that they don’t need to spend money on this too.

Now a few more families are engaged in cow and goat keeping as well as vegetable farming. The business which they are doing now provides a better daily income than before.  In addition, the project is directly supporting the kids that are in the families to go to school and have education.    

When we bought the land it was not cultivated and was like an open play ground. It was totally dry and nothing was there. There was no water and the land was worthless. The cost of land was also less, since there were no options for the cultivation. Now, the price of the land hiked up so much.  We started the project at the right time; any later and it would have been hard for us even to dream this project because whatever amount we spent so far for this project would not have even been enough to by the land presently. (more…)

November 14, 2010 at 4:03 am Leave a comment

Highlights from Kravanh, Cambodia

The education projects in Kravanh, Cambodia have been running since 2008 with great support from Trivani Foundation and critical support from the local community – including the in-country director for Trivani Foundation, teachers, parents and students.

Here is a montage of highlights from the educational programming which speaks to the success of the village of Kravanh.

The Krvanh Bright Future Center

The Kravanh Bright Future Center (KBFC) is a school program which gives students the opportunity to get additional support for their studies.  They are guided as they strive to reach their academic and career goals.  To date, there are 300 students, 115 of whom are girls.  There are 30 classes offered a day which are managed by 10 full-time staff and 6 part-time staff.

Student Outreach Program

The local outreach program serves 670 students, 323 of whom are girls.  Currently they are taking classes in 12 schools and communities and are taught by 13 teachers.  The dedication of these teachers is what gives these students an additional boost for their learning. 

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October 13, 2010 at 3:57 pm Leave a comment

PUPILS HAVE MADE STAY ALIVE PROGRAMME PART OF THEMSELVES

Doc1STAY ALIVE FOLLOW UP.

NAME OF THE CHILD:    AKULLO SUSAN.

SCHOOL:                             AKWALAKWALA PRIMARY SCHOOL

CLASS :                                 P. 6. CLASS

AGE:                                      16 YEARS.

DISTRICT:                             KABERAMAIDO.

COUNTRY:                            UGANDA

Here is Akullo , her parents are peasants and it is through the sales of the harvest from crops that her school fees and requirements are meet. Akullo likes the stay alive program and has become part of life.

I t is through stay alive programme that her life was saved .

 

HERE IS THE TESTIMONY FROM HER FATHER.

I am called EMOKU Richard , the Father to Akullo Susan.

Akullo is a girl , who had no respect of the elders, dodged classes , used to attend night clubs discos , practiced early sex and sometimes seen smoking cigars. With all this striking behaviors , we thought of marrying her off as the only solution .On June 20 , the Head teacher approached me about Akullo’s nasty behavior and advice me on her joining the stay alive Club at school. He told me more about stay alive programme and as the only reliever. I accepted and Akullo was forced to learn stay alive programme at school.

Now as we speak , Akullo has got devoted to the stay alive classes and has changed her life in the following ways.

She is among the first children in class and her performance has tremendously improved.  She helps as at home with the kitchen , garden and compound cleaning

She has got good friends both in the village and at school.

At home she dosen’t want to hear any thing concerning early marriage , sex , discos and cigars.   She has got devoted to her studies and she is our  stay alive teacher  at home , she teaches as the dangers of getting HIV/ AIDS ,importance of having a happy family.

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October 5, 2010 at 2:44 pm Leave a comment

Stay Alive Program in Uganda Schools

Uganda in-country director Jane Agolo has been sharing excellent updates on the Stay Alive program.  This program educates young children on important issues related to sex education and HIV/AIDS awareness.  This critical educational campaign is absolutely changing the lives of the children involved and Jane’s commitment to the program has been integral to its success.  The following list shows the ways in which the program is positively impacting the children’s lives.

The twenty-five schools that are engaged in the Stay Alive program provide a shelter from harsher realities of life in the following ways:

  • They shelter most of the innocent children from early marriages;
  • They help many people, especially the HIV/AIDS affected individuals, to know the value of living positively;
  • They help those who are yet unaffected by the virus to abstain from situations that may lead them to acquire HIV/AIDS;
  • They encourage the youth to focus on their studies and provide hope for a better life ahead; and
  • They give youth tools for choosing good friends which promotes a happy life in the society.

The Stay Alive Program has touched over twenty thousand youth in Kaberamaido, especially primary school children. It has become part of their lives. In schools they have Stay Alive clubs.  The youth involved in this programming are dedicated to their studies and to living a life that will keep them free from HIV/AIDS.  They learn about the risks and preventative measures through after school programs adopted by the various participating schools.  They learn the Stay Alive curriculum through drama, songs and in-class assignments. 

Recently we gave out Stay Alive books to schools and below are pictures of children of Akwalakwala Primary School.

 

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September 2, 2010 at 9:47 am Leave a comment

CHOICE-Trivani Empowers Isolated Village – Madi, Nepal

Madi is an isolated village in the Chitwan district of Nepal.  While Chitwan is considered a developed district, Madi in contrast is quite undeveloped with limited infrastructure and health services.  It is bordered on three sides by dense forested hills and separated from Chitwan by two rivers.  The people of Madi are often challenged to travel in and out of the village during monsoon season, when the rivers swell beyond their banks.  Villagers wait hours for the river to become passable, and even then crossing the river is usually only possible on the back of an elephant or in a buffalo-drawn cart.

Below, Chandra Adhikari, a CHOICE-Trivani in-country team leader, recounts the contributions made to the remote village of Madi through this humanitarian partnership, including improvements to indoor air quality, increased educational opportunities and economic development.

Bio-Gas Digesters for Cleaner Air and Healthy Lungs

CHOICE Humanitarian started working in Madi in 2005. Presently, CHOICE is trying hard to reduce the indoor air pollution problems by building biogas digesters. So far, more than fifteen hundred Bio-Gas digesters have been built in different areas of Nepal to make smoke-free kitchens. Out of these fifteen hundred Bio-Gas digesters, Madi alone has more than three hundred!

See the impact of Bio-Gas stoves in this montage filimed and produced by CHOICE  Nepal and Rebekah Sosa.

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August 25, 2010 at 5:17 pm Leave a comment

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