Saturday, 7 April 2018

Help us to send 600 new students to Education

Mera Parivar  Responses to  Educating Children this session Mera Parivar  wants to send 600 students to School join us:

From urban areas cover by migrated community there is government school available many children are unable to go to school across the millennium city world today simply because there is no awareness about education for them to go to school  some time quality education is missing.

For children who are in school, many schools are not good enough quality with 50-60  students per classroom, a lack of toilets, sanitary facilities, capable teachers or adequate learning materials.
Parental and community attitudes can often also hold back children's education, especially for girls from late primary-school age and upwards, stopping them from going to school or making them earn a living for the family instead of getting an education.

What We Are Doing

We work with communities to build  bridge informal education, train teachers, promote the importance of education and ensure that all solutions are sustainable long-term.
Schools in urban communities is at the heart of our education work. We began in 2006 with 45 students. Since then, we have broadened our work to include many branches  and setting up free tuition centre today we nurture about 730 students at five location.
Students also work to improve the quality of teaching. We have high-quality education delivery  to reduce drop out from schools
Achievement from student  From 730 students 125 student score more then A+ grade (70%) not a single students drop out from education and many more specialised interventions on topics such as “poverty mapping” , disaster risk resilience and   education in emergencies.
Where attitudes prove an obstacle to education, Student staff advocate at community and household levels to promote the rights of all children to education - and the importance of on-going parental and caregiver support to a child's academic progress. Student also trains and supports communities in managing and holding to account their follow student studies.

Help us send children to school per child per months Rs 800/
 over seas donation :
 AXIS BANK Bank Address- SCO 29 Sector 14 Near HUDA Office Old Delhi – Gurgaon Road 122001 Gurgaon HR
 Account No- 912010044237762
 IFSC Code- UTIB0000056

  Indian donation: 
 AXIS BANK Bank Address- SCO 29 Sector 14 Near HUDA Office Old Delhi – Gurgaon Road 122001 Gurgaon HR 
Account No- 910010007505280
 IFSC Code- UTIB0000056
 Account type- Savings

Friday, 28 July 2017

Mera Parivar Medical EYE REPORT.

 Vision is the basis for learning
( Eye Check UP at Mera Parivar )

A total of 159 patients were screened. (152 children + 7 adults).

From the 159 patients screened, 3 patients (1,9%) required optical correction.

152 children were screened (95,6%), aged between 3 to 12 years of age, all had normal values of ametropias for their range of age, except one of them (0,7%), that required optical correction for myopia between -0.75D to -1.25D, values tested under cycloplegia.

One child (0,7%) had atrophy of optic nerve, so that was referred to the ophthalmologist  for checking up.

Two chidren had congenital nistagmus, with good visual acuity.

7 adults were screened, aged between 40 to 55 years, 28.6%

(2 patients) required optical correction for presbyopia and all of them received basic information on visual hygiene.

Only 0,7% of children screened has uncorrective refractive errors. This amount is lower than expected. However, without the appropriate correction, children are facing great educational, social and occupational barriers. Lack from early eye care interventions reduced school performance.

Working in disadvantaged populations helps to reduce the number of people with blindness. This will help the development of the community, especially in the youngest population. In this way we help the development of communities starting with children. From now on, they can get a better vision that will be a great change in their lives, allowing them to deal with their studies and develop work in an effective way.

"Vision is the basis for learning. Staying blind, means depending on others”.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Celebrate life with family

Mera Parivar role  model  a touching story of one of their staff members Sunita, who got married in 2013 had a severe health related problems after she gave birth to a baby boy. As her condition grew worst , which was due to the negligence of the hospitals,  Sunita’s in – laws sent her back to her paternal home. Since then her in laws never took care of her, nor her husband did not help nor check on her condition.  
Mera Parivar once again took Sunita into their care 2015. With the facilitation and dedication to fight for justice for Sunita, Mera Parivar empowered her to take the matter to the court of Mahila Mandal ( Traditional women’s Court) and the case is in progress. Mera Parivar, believes and is committed to bring new life and a new beginning for Sunita.
Sunita says be a  part of the struggle for justice and equality re affirm the commitment and dedication to strive to support each other and stand in solidarity to fight for equal opportunity for women in socio – economic and political process of the country.
Today Sunita celebrate life with Sunita who lives happily with family and role model of society   

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Sponsor a child today & make a world of difference

This academic year  Mera Parivar target to sponsor new 80 Children for their higher studies to various public school  and we  are looking prospective sponsor  to join with us immediately ….

Sponsorship is a special kind of giving that creates a relationship between you and the community in which Mera Parivar the Children is helping to create real and lasting change. It provides more than the satisfaction that comes with aid for improving the health and well-being of children; it delivers a special opportunity to witness young lives lifted over time. Through child sponsorship, two lives are changed forever: yours and the life of your sponsored child

Take time to Sponsor a child today & make a world of difference.

When you sponsor a Child 

  • Picture and story of child
  • Your sponsor child progress report
  • Quarterly news letter what difference you are making in community
  • Meaningful relationship with a child you sponsor, chance to write a letter and children can reply your  

Mera Parivar carries out this through your generosity of donation and partnership
India Bank: Axis Bank
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 910010007505280

(Overseas donor can contact by email)

Postal Address
Mera Parivar
#267 Sector 14 
Gurgaon Haryana  - India