ఈ సంస్థ ఎటువంటి (మతపరమైనటువంటి) ఇతర సంస్థలకు సంబంధించింది కానీ, అనుబంధమైనది కానీ కాదు. ఇది పూర్తిగా స్వచ్చంద సేవకోసం స్థాపించబడినది......

Thursday, January 16, 2020

NUTRI Food Distribution* At Govt. Maternity Hospital , Koti on 16.12.2019

Hello Everyone,

Last Monday we have successfully conducted *NUTRI Food Distribution* At Govt. Maternity Hospital , Koti.

We distributed 125 packets of *Multi MILLET Sambar Bath*,& 150 glasses of *Multi Millets Payasam* to Inpatients.
And 150 Glasses of Chai (Tea)450 pie biscuits to attender

And our special appreciation to *Padmini Akka,* who cooked & prepared entire food at her home and also *suresh* for coordinating this activity.

This time we had very sufficient volunteers and completed activity with in the time.

_Volunteers Participated_ :
Padmini akka
manasa
Yashoda
Sreinivas
Sahithi
Suma
Nanda
Kishore
Rafi



Thanks to all donors and volunteers , who supports for continuity of activity..

Thanks,
Annam Parabrahmam Team,
WWW.ASWA.CO.IN

19th Weekly Session at Govt. Primary School on 30.12.2019

Hi all,

This Monday we have successfully completed our 19th regular weekly session at govt primary school from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.

Please find the highlights of the session.

1. Session started with the distribution of " కోండ శతకాలు " books given by Padmini Akka. From which we will going to conduct various competition after one month.

2. Revision of mathematics of previous session.

3. Explained various mathematics puzzles.

4. Mamatha explained one story related to " బడాయి కోతి"

5. Venkateshwara Rao Sir explained one story which contains few puzzled questions about " Durgayya-Jagayya"

6. Later I have explained about one month title as "  What should we learn from school".   I will be explaining about this book in the next 3 session 

I want to thank all the volunteers for their participation and making this event a great success.

Volunteers participated:

1. Mamata.
2. Venkateshwara Rao Sir 
3. Dhanesh.

Please give your valuable suggestions in this regard.



For more details please contact me on 8885290990.

Thanks,
Dhanesh.

18th Weekly Session at Govt. Primary School on 30.12.2019

Hi all,

This Monday 30/12/2019 We have successfully completed our 18th regular weekly session at govt primary school from 9:00 am to 12:00 am.

Please find the highlights of the session 

1. Taken attendance and seating arrangement.

2. Introduction of New volunteers 

3. Explained about the importance and purpose of celebrating New Year on 1st Jan.

4. Divided the children's in 3 groups and assigned New Year activities.
      A.  All the groups wrote about their New Year resolution. Along with this. 
     B.  First group wrote about how they will celebrate New Year.
   C. Second group wrote about the good and bad/sad moments of last year.
  D.  Third group wrote about New Year in the form of story and drawing.

5.  Later explained one story of Maryada Ramanna which contains   few puzzled questions. Ask those to children's and also explained the solution for those puzzles.

6. Conducted a game of memory where we have shown few things and children's need to tell the name of those things without seeing in one minute of time.

7.  Chocolate distribution on the occasion of New Year.

I want to thank all the volunteers for their participation and making this event a great success.

Volunteers participated:

1. Upendra sir ( New volunteer)

2. Shiva Prasad.
3. Mamatha 
4. Venkateshwara Rao Sir 
5. Dhanesh.




Please give your valuable suggestions in this regard.

For more details please contact me on 8885290990.


Thanks,
Dhanesh.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Jeevan Vidya (UHV) 1 day Workshop, IIIT Hyd on 26.01.2020 (in English/Hindi)

Here it is.... *ASWA Sankranthi GIFT FOR YOU & YOUR FAMILY* (i really mean it). GIFT will be delivered on 26th Jan, if you register for it. https://chdhc.org/register/

It's a great opportunity *to those who can't* attend 2 day / 3 day workshop. *This is a one day workshop*

I personally request YOU to ATTEND without fail *TO REDISCOVER YOUR LIVING*


Amma Sreenivas
99 4888 5111

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Educational Support to Manoja. Kampe for her Diploma Mess Fee

7th January, 2020

Financial Support to Manoja Kampe, Diploma - 4-month hostel /mess fee Rs.6,378/- has been paid.

Thanks to donors for coming forward to sponsor this student in the name of Late. Chi. BADARI NARAYANA. 

Love all-Serve all
AMMA Sreeenivas
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Hi all.

Today, 08.12.2019, I went for verification of one request received from Nizamabad.

Please find the details :

Student name: K. Manoja

Current education: govt. Polytechnic 2nd yr.

Family : 3 members - herself, mother and younger sister.

Hobbies: reading autobiography related books, outdoor games

Goal:  govt employee in a related area.

In my view the case as genuine as she is interested in education, trying to improve English fluency,  her mother is a farmer and getting little amount from farming and also from the pension. There is no other source of income.

According to the warden of the hostel, she is friendly in nature and Good in studies.
Her goal is to get a govt job and help her mother.

Please look into the photos attached.


Thanks,
Dhanesh.

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from:Bikshapathi Nayakwadi bnayakwadi@gmail.com
to:Amma Aswa <amma.aswa@gmail.com>,
"Amma Social Welfare Association (ASWA)" <info@aswa4u.org>
date:Nov 2, 2019, 11:50 AM
subject:To be discussed in monthly meet
Dear Team,

as we all know, we have received a help request under Cheyutha form Kampe Manoja, a Polytechnic student from Shetpally Sangareddy village in Kamareddy Dist. for Hostel fee which may amount to INR 2,200 - 2,400 only.

The student studying in Govt Polytechnic in Nizamabad. Manoja completed her studies in Govt Hostels like Social Welfare, KBGV. She is good in studies.

As she is Single parent-child (Father expired) and belongs to a poor family with less than 1.5 Acre semi Arid land (metta boomi) mostly her family depends on Daily Labour and Govt Pensions to her Grand Mother and Mother, Old age pension and Widow pension respectively.

My Observations: I visited along with my friend her home on 23rd July 2019. I observed that the family is in poorer condition and had few basic things are found at the home.
No electronic home appliances including TV. No furniture (Only old-style Wooden Cot).

My Recommendations: based on my observations I urge the Board to accept her request and extend financial support.

Thanks,
Bikshapathi Nayakwadi
In Charge Cheyutha
ASWA