Suraksha is partnering with the state run ICDS ( Integrated Child Development Services) to sponsor Math, Science and English teachers for multiple orphanages run by ICDS in coastal Andhra Pradesh, India. Suraksha’s President Raj Gorla who earlier committed to sponsor new teachers for the ICDS orphanages, introduced the Math, Science and English teachers to the girl students at “Bala Sadanam” orphanage in Bhimli, A.P and encouraged them to utilize this opportunity to score good grades in the upcoming exams. Suraksha’s volunteers also distributed chocolates and cookies among the girls to celebrate the New Year and the holiday season.
Poojita is nine years old and is deaf-mute since birth. She hails from a nearby village (Ragolu). Her father works as a mason and it was an a uphill struggle for him to feed her and her 2 siblings. google down operation site down . In 2009 ,Poojita joined our school and has now already progressed to 3rd grade. She is fluent in ISL (Indian Sign Language) and has been learning sewing, henna and artificial flower making. She enjoys drawing specially boats, ships and the sea and wants to board one of those big ships that line up Vizag’s horizon. She is much healthier now and has a quiet confidence about her. Tranneonidegobs . ask dr brown . Her dream is to be a famous Painter…
Karuna is six years old and was born deaf-mute in Peddagadili village ( about an hour from Vizag). Her father Lakshmana Rao is a daily wage laborer and their family of 6 survives on less than 2 dollars a day. Due to malnutrition and Vitamin A deficiency, Karuna developed night-blindedness and dry eye symptoms in her early childhood. server ip She was referred to our school by the local hospital in 2009 and has been one of the most spirited girls in the whole school. domain name owners She might be the smallest of all the girls but does have the biggest smile. She is in first grade now and is completely healthy. Her eye sight is near perfect and her height-weight ratio is normal. She just started attending some of our art and drawing classes but what she really enjoys is playing in the sands of the nearby beach and making sand castles. Karuna is the first deaf girl from her village to ever go to a school.