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 Rapid in industrialization and urbanization have contributed in no small measure in increasing the problem of Adult street children.
The problem arising out of street children are specially maintained among the street children. The problem in no family care. The
increase, due to migration of rural poor, economic problems family management, no family planning, all rural poor to urban areas in
search of regular and sustainable employment opportunities, An important in adequacy that this poor moving populations is in relation
to the basic amenities of life housing, In most in stances. They are rather forced by circumstances to live in slums and experiences,
pathetic living conditions other essential requirements for living. Like education for children also. All these in turn contribute to the
increase in the are member of Adult children, street children and delinquent children quite of 28 Nos, The sight of children beggars
found in the poorements of villages and Town and Cities, can only
 be seen as a single symptom of the largest problem of Adult children, No life, No Education, and no care street adult children
life? No Education, and no care street adult children Life? Donors, groups.


 To rehabilitate the adult street children normal citizens in the rural community areas for small-Adult education.

 To develop the community spirit of life and provide now and improve the existing skills of the children.

 To provide food, education shelter, clothing, medical attention and other needed facilities.

 To provide services of education, pre-vocational and vocational training, vocational guidance etc children, vocational education
and school.

 To provide recreation facilities and citizenship education provide.

 To make the children, when they grow up, job worthy and-nation worthy. Culture Development Activities our street children.
 To prevent further spread of street children amonth the future generation.
 To Promot Rural Street Children Cultural way Development.
 RDAS is a non-governmental, voluntary organisation working in the field of creative child wood health and development in
Tiruvannamalai Block of Tiruvannamali District, Tamil Nadu, South India. The staff of RDAS and its office bearers are all coming from
the villages The very common observation that was made during the course of the year working in our project villages, they have
observed that in each village. At lest 5 to 14 age children are found to be the neglected lot. They are either parentless or only have
one parent and also from the lower socio-economic states of the population. These children are engaged in the collection and sale of
rage, old papers and other materials like waste paper, plastic bags. Polythene sheets, plastic and glass bottles and iron scraps.
According to a through estimate about 60% of street children and 40% or plan take to rag picking to eke out a living.
 Recently, our RDAS conducted a survey and analysis of the data revealed that poverty is the breeding ground for this profession.
These children come from very poor families, they have to supplement the family income to meet their daily necessities. The family
income is so low that without the earnings of these children, it is difficult for them to have adequate meals, most of the children are
below 3 years to 14 years of age. They showed interest in studies and told that they had a tended school but dropped out because
their parents could not provide them books, uniform and school fees. Theses position to attend school due to their parents poverty.
These children of 28Nos receive cuts which some time develop into wounds and then cause tetanus. Their hands and feet are swollen
and they work carelessly. When asked why they do not go to a dispensary or hospital, they replied that time the doctor prescribes
medicine which we can not but. They are prone to dangerous diseases like tetanus,
 skin diseases and tuberculosis. Most of these children are uncared for want of enough financial support. Casual talks with the
children revealed that they are displeased about their parents day living condition. Discussions with the parents revealed that they
cannot give more care for these children because of their poor earning capacity. Under these circumstances, there is very possibilities
that without the care of a few years form now they made any day turn out to be street children.

 The children them selves do not desire any Rehabilitation in the form of home or vocational placement since they equate these
with imprisonment, with controls and regulations which are totally against their concept of liberty. However all of them wanted to have a
decent place to live in or to rest and sleep at nights.

 In order to percent these 5 to 14 age group child disadvantaged children becoming street children (or) ran a way from homes,
RDAS has proposed to give additional support to the parents for the caring of thee children.


 Poverty, drinking habit among the parents, neglect, ill-treatment and beating, broken homes etc, some came for liberty,
enjoyment and a Jolly living. Lack of proper nutritious food can stunt children’s Physical growth, retard their in talent or even kill them,
Because of the above reasons and objectives, over RADS is willing to start such programme to give domiciliary are.



 State : Tamil Nadu
 Country : India
 District : Tiruvannamalai
 Block : Tiruvannamalai


 Under this programme RADS proposed to include 28 children from 5 villages on an experimental basis to give domiciliary care.
This domiciliary care will be in the form of providing extra nutrition for the children, play materials, health care, education, clothing etc.
Besides providing the children with the aive inputs, constant follow-up on a weekly basis will be provided by the staff of RADS who will
be given special training to work in the situations. This worker will install in the children the necessary confidence to enable them to
continue their academic studies and will also give phychology and moral support to the parents and La Maison Desagesse Financial
Assitance 3 years follow up project.

 For the age group 5 to 14 ages, nursery school and primary school facilities already available in the village will be made use of
this such an arrangement will give them an opportunity to mingle with other children in the community, in that age group children
vocational education.

 Additional in puts to help them in this effort will be in the form of arranging suitable persons on part-time basis to provide
vocational guidance and teaching.

 The institution will endeavor to make all intimates complete middle school education. Those who show willingness to continue
education will be encouraged to do. Those who cannot quality and would like to learn a trade for their living will be provided
opportunities to saint vocational training in situations like ones promoted by the Department of social welfare department of labour and

 Those who cannot quality for vocational training or do not get opportunities of admission will be provided part time vocational
classes in different occupation like tailoring, handicrafts, carpentry, Radio, TV, two well mechanic, handloom etc. The effort to
rehabilitate children in the community when they grow up will be further strengthened through the services of case work to be given by
the trained social workers employed in the position of supervisors. The accommodation of these children will be provided in a own
building. The services of one house mother will be offered for a unit of 28 child. By undertaking above activities RADS hopes to
improve the lives of street children in the project area. RADS also hopes, that this service will provide the street children with the much
needed support encouragement. And most of all love and caring.
 For RDAS to carry out this project, it will need the following personnel:

 Day care centre
 One house mother
 One Health worker
 Social worker two member
 One supervisor, health worker
 One vocational teacher
 Provide School expenses, Food, Cloths, Health care.


 Evaluation has been planned to be done in two ways viz. International evaluation and external evaluation to assess the programme
progress of the Individual project activities and the impact created on the lives of the beneficiaries. The internal evaluation would be
done by the beneficiaries. Would be done by the organization with the help of the project personnel and external evaluation would be
done by the external experts at the end of the project period.

 The evaluation reports and Auditors statement of accounts would be submitted to you agency for further Development

 Thanking you

 Yours sincerely


 Recurring Item Rs. Rs.
 Staff: Street Children Education Providing
 1. House mother cum childcare 900 10,800
 2. Cook cum maintain 1750 21,000
 3. Social worker cum Health worker 2000 24,000
 Other Item
 1. Food charges @ Rs.160/child/month for 28 children,1x160x28 4,480 53,760
 2. TB Medicines @ Rs.200/ month for children 200x28 5600 38,400
 3. Clothing, Oil, Soap, etc., for 28 children @ Rs.300/child 2000 18,000
 4. Educational and vocational services @ Rs. 400/child for a year, equipment @ Rs.200/child 5600 67,200
 5. Rent, 3 rooms, One hall, two both, toilet 1500 18000
 6. News papers, magazines, recreation 425 5100
 7. Educational Tourist, Travel @ Transport 200 5,600
 8. Electricity, Water, Stationery & Post, etc. 500 6000
 9. Office equipment, Audit, Typing, Printing 1000x12 12,000
 Monthly Request

 1. Furniture, cooking vessels, utensils local contribution Rs. 10,000
 Equipment support
 Total Expenditure : Rs.3,70,660

 Less RADS, Voluteers Contribution : 30,000
 Requested amount from your agency Rs. 3,40,660
 Thanking you
 Yours sincerely,
 (P. Subramanian)
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Date of information: 3 Sep 2004. From Subramanian Periaswamy