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Nanhi Chhaan – Village Manger adoption programme February 4th, 2011(11am-1pm)

Fact File
District : Zila Faridabad
Village population: 4500
Adults: 1500
Children: 3000
Average monthly income: Rs.2500-3000
Status: Max. families below poverty line
No. of children going to school: 555
2445 (appx) children DON’T GO TO SCHOOL!!

Indicators of Infrastructures
Main Occupation: Farming, animal grazing, diary etc.
A middle school: RAJKIYA MADHYAMAIK VIDHYALAYA, MANGER
Presence of village panchayat office
Presence of ANGANWADI
The village has electrical connection with erratic supply.
Lack of Municipal water supply.
Lack of proper connecting roads to the main highway.
Absence of Haryana roadways transportation.

Committed Programmes: (Nanhi Chhaan – Salwan public school)
Launch of Program/Adoption on 4th February, 2011 at 10:30 AM from Govt. Primary School premises, Manger.

All 550 students from both Govt. Schools to attend along with the Sarpanch and other prominent village folk, especially women.

  • 3 dance performances and 2 skits on the issue of Girl Children and Environment to be prepared by the village school.  Salwan Public School will also be performing their own skits and music programs.
  • Nanhi Chhaan & Salwan school to donate stationary for all, a complete library including book shelves and racks, sports equipment (Football, Badminton set, Carom Boards etc.) and 4 computers for the school.
  • Vocational training program will also be initiated at the village to impart skills such as embroidery, stitching etc.
  • Fortis Escorts, Faridabad will be setting up a medical camp at the school premises in the village with 3-4 doctors providing general check up facility primarily for students of the school.  

Recommendations for Village facilities upgrade -
Advocacy for raising Govt. involvement for overall development of the village.

Currently, the school is only uptil the 8th standard.  Beyond this, all students have to travel 2-3 Km to the neighboring village to complete schooling at 12th level.  This results in a number of them, especially girls, dropping out.  A long pending demand is to upgrade the current facilities to the 12th.  This would require Govt. interaction for school building & allocating teachers.

There are only 3 bathrooms for all 550 students, urge Government funding for constructing 5 more  (5ftx5ft) in school premises at an estimated cost of Rs. 25000 each. The village lies 6 Km from the Gurgaon – Faridabad highway with a motorable road in decent condition, yet, there is no public transport available.  All buses stop on the main highway after which villagers have to walk 6 Km to the village.  Bus connectivity will help people commute for work in Delhi/GGN/FBD and give a boost to commercial activities.

General upgradation of electricity supply, water and general hygiene is a big area of concern.