SAP REPORT ON SOS BAWANA, NEW DELHI

SUBMITTED BY: Priyanka Phore Dolly Modi MBA (G) IIIrd Semester

SUBMITTED TO: Prof. Kiran Taneja

4 Vision.8-9 About the Project……………………………………………………………………………….17 2 .. Mission & Values…………………………………………………………………….Contents Introduction to the NGO…………………………………………………………………………..3 Objectives of the NGO…………………………………………………………………………….5-7 Activities of NGO………………………………………………………………………………...10 Plan of Action……………………………………………………………………………………12  Execution  Results  Achievements  Learning Bibliography……………………………………………………………………………………...

Moreover.Introduction to the NGO SOS Children's Villages is an independent.000 people make use of the SOS Medical Centers.000 people benefit from these family support services. Bawana. Delhi . SOS Children's Villages provides families with material. psychological and social support.000 children and young people attend SOS Hermann Gmeiner Schools. Main Kanjhawla Rd. SOS Children's Villages helps through emergency relief programmes. social development organization that provides family-based care for children in 132 countries and territories and that advocates the concerns. Approximately 73. rights and needs of children. In times of crisis and disaster. Project Address : SOS Children’s Village Nr Aditi College. Approximately 450. some 489.110039 3 . More than 174.000 children and young people live in 491 SOS Children's Villages and 396 SOS Youth Facilities around the world. non-governmental. SOS Kindergartens and SOS Vocational Training Centers.

As a child-care professional. rhythm and routine. guides their development. These children and their SOS mother build emotional ties that last a lifetime. children enjoy a real sense of security and belonging.The SOS family is a part of the community SOS families live together. Under its roof. cultural roots and religion.Family ties grow naturally Girls and boys of different ages live together as brothers and sisters. she lives together with the children. 4 . love and stability that each child needs.Each child has a caring parent The SOS mother builds a close relationship with every child entrusted to her. and provides the security.Objectives of NGO With the SOS Children‘s Village concept. with its own unique feeling. The House . The Village . The families share experiences and offer one another a helping hand. sharing responsibilities and all the joys and sorrows of daily life. each child learns to participate actively in society.Each family creates its own home The house is the family‘s home. our organization pioneered a family approach to the long-term care of orphaned and abandoned children. with natural brothers and sisters always staying within the same SOS family. She recognizes and respects each child‘s family background. They also live as integrated and contributing members of the local community. forming a supportive village environment where children enjoy a happy childhood. village and community. Children grow and learn together. and runs her household independently. Through his or her family. Brothers and Sisters . This concept is based on four principles: The Mother .

respect and security. Children learn to trust and believe in themselves and others. emotional wounds are healed and confidence is built. Within a family each child is protected and enjoys a sense of belonging. Every child grows with respect 5 . share responsibilities and form life-long relationships. A family environment gives them a solid foundation on which to build their lives. With this self-assurance each child can recognize and fulfill his or her potential. Every child belongs to a family Family is the heart of society.Vision: Every child belongs to a family and grows with love. Every child grows with love Through love and acceptance. children learn values. Here.

These are the basic requirements for the sound development of all children. We help them shape their own futures. food. health care and education. We work for children who are orphaned. neglect and exploitation and are kept safe during natural disaster and war. Children have shelter. Every child grows with security Children are protected from abuse. The child grows with respect and dignity as a cherished member of his or her family and society. abandoned or whose families are unable to care for them.Each child‘s voice is heard and taken seriously. We give these children the opportunity to build lasting relationships within a family. Children participate in making decisions that affect their lives and are guided to take a leading role in their own development. 6 . We build families for children in need. we help them shape their own futures and we share in the development of their communities. Mission: We build families for children in need.

7 . and to be active members of the community. and they are the cornerstones of our success. Values: These are the core beliefs and attitudes on which our organization has been built. decisions and relationships as we work towards fulfilling our mission. We share in the development of their communities. and respond to emergencies. We establish facilities and programmers that aim to strengthen families and prevent the abandonment of children. We help children to recognize and express their individual abilities. We share in community life and respond to the social development needs of society‘s most vulnerable children and young people. These enduring values guide our actions. We join hands with community members to provide education and health care. We ensure that children receive the education and skills training they need to be successful and contributing members of society.We enable children to live according to their own culture and religion. interests and talents.

000 cases of the H1N1 "Swine Flu. August 21. 8 . nutrition.Activities of the NGO Bangalore. Karnataka. August 17th. basic health and vocational training for the children in the care of SOS Children’s Village Bangalore under the Family Strengthening Programme. 2009 SOS Children's Villages is keeping a close watch on the impact of the spread of the H1N1 "Swine Flu" virus in India and will encourage the country's 39 Villages to take all reasonable precautions. As of Monday. Post that. HFF will provide an initial grant to support education. August 27. India has confirmed more than 1. The city of Pune in Western India claims the highest number of flu cases in the country and thirteen of the 28 casualties. local Herbalife independent distributors and Herbalife India employees carry forward the support through volunteerism and fund-raising ensuring sustained commitment to the initiative. 2009 Under the Casa Herbalife Program." including 28 related deaths.

The village recycles its waste water and uses it’s for its gardens and tube wells recharged through rain water harvesting. All its homes are equipped with solar water heaters and solar lighting systems. 9 . jackfruit etc.an eco-friendly children’s village The children’s village is today a role model for environment conservation.SOS Bangalore. Its gardens are full of herbal plants and flowering and fruit trees like teak. almond.

Except financial details. Marriages. Taught them everything through pictures and games. To take tuition's of the weak students of different subjects(in which i am comfortable) and help them in their winter projects.Objective of NGO project: 1. Birthdays etc. Biology. where and why it started? What kind of social work they do and how they work in India. To know about the NGO . To take classes of the students who are not admitted to school and prepare them for school interviews which will get start from 1st week of March.How. when. and cover them in least cost for the Monthly magazine “SOS Messenger". Biology. (twice in a week) 2. Deliverables at the end of project We took 5 classes of the students who are not admitted to school and prepare them for school interviews. To prepare students for various events -. we were able to get all the details about SOS Bawana from various sources.Maths. Took tuition's of the weak students in Maths. 10 . We prepared students to present a programme based on Raamleela on Dussehra and cover the event for monthly magazine “SOS Messenger". Physics.(They hire professional tutors for children’s weak in certain subjects. and Physics & Geography and help them in following winter projects. 4. 3. Geography & Chemistry).

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Step2: Knowing what could be asked in the interview to the children and how to make them learn it. Always carrying a camera. so that they will not forget it later. note pad and pen to cover any event happening and updating the schedules of the events. Getting the details of all the children’s need help in their winter projects and want tuitions in subjects of my interest Arrange the meeting with one of the House mother when everyone else should be present in the House at that time.Plan of action:Step1: Interact with the Director and Teachers to know about the schedule of the classes and know about my sessions timings. 12 .

In depth study of SOS Children’s village’s FBC programme and its functioning was done. As per the schedule of the event we selected few children’s and made them prepare a play based on Raamleela on the occasion of Dussehra. Linkage and Partnerships with NGO and other organization have been built to provide vocational training and jobs. 4. Results 1. We took pictures of the events for the magazine as well for my report writing.With the help of Internet we explained the winter projects to the children and gave them printouts as well. we made them do the practice of last year question papers of that subject. The functioning of FSP programme was studied and effective monitoring of the programme being implemented was done. 13 . 3. Motivating them by distributing candies. Achievements 1. In tuitions. We got first time experience of teaching the underprivileged children. The study of the NGO with management perspective was done effectively. Got the attention of the NGO towards the fact that the children under the FBC programme are poor in English and Hindi. Step3: Playing games and tried to involve everyone to play as they will learn from it. 2. so adequate care should be taken to ensure that the external private tuition faculty should be such that proper guidance regarding the above should be given. 2.

4. While planning we should inform all the persons concerned about our plan so that they could guide or help us execute our plan. 4. While dealing with underprivileged kids we should not treat them with pity but show love and affection towards them. How the different functions of a NGO works.Learning 1. How an NGO works and the different functions work simultaneously for the successful attainment of objective. Learnings during execution 1. 3. 2. How to plan and implement the programmes meant for the needy and closely monitor it to guarantee its success. How to implement the FSP programme and monitor it. The procedure of bringing a needy child to these kinds of NGO. 2. What are the different rules and regulations to be followed while functioning a NGO? Overall learning’s from the project 1. 2. 3. How to deal with underprivileged children. 14 . 4. Implementing a programme does not guarantee its success but effective monitoring has to be done to guarantee its success. 3. How to make use of optimum resources. How to link different NGO’s to fulfill the common objectives.

4. So time period for help should be according to the requirement of families 15 . There should be less no.Personality development W. For proper development 5 to 6 children should live in a family. 3. so that the children could improve. For the development of society. Every home at SOS children’s village purchases its monthly ration on its own. We were sensitized towards the underprivileged children of the society. The ration shop should purchase the whole requirement of the village and can supply it to the individual houses as per requirement. So a recommendation was given to have a centralized ration shop at the NGO. She is not able to give proper attention. Recommendations 1. our prime goal should not be to earn money for ourselves but also do something for the underprivileged sections of society. This will enable them to avail some discount. they are missing the opportunity of availing cash discounts on bulk purchases. of children in a SOS family.T to CSR 1. In FSP community programme SOS provides help for 3 to 5 years. As one SOS mother can't take care of 10 children. as the purchase is done separately for each home. It is not necessary that a family can become self-reliant within this time period. Always there is a burden on elder children to do household work so they are not able to perform well in studies. 3. So we have given the suggestion of improving their selection of private tutors. 2. 2. The children at the SOS children’s village are poor in English as their teaching is done mainly in Hindi. We have learnt that we should not unnecessarily waste the resources available to us but should donate it to the needy.R.

More awareness among people will lead to more funds. There is no proper monitoring of the academic performance of the children residing there. 2. 2. As it is require to sustain in near future. Improve the teaching pedagogy so as improve the knowledge of children in English and Hindi. Staff strength and capacities need to be enhanced for FSP to be effective. Suggested areas of Improvement 1.Weak links in the functioning of the NGO 1. 3. FSP programme is handled only by a Single person with 120 Families which makes it difficult to manage. Looking at the current scenario more marketing effort should be done at the organizational level. 4. 16 . There is no proper system to encourage sports among the children which is required for the proper mental and physical growth of the children. So as to enable them to face the competition prevailing in the society.

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