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#ID: AA000038

  • Child Rights Foundation
  • Bangalore Rural, 560067
Reg. No.: CSR00051667

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... Sports & Culture

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  • Estimated Project Cost:  2800000
  • Estimated Fund Requirement:   2800000
  • Project Focus:   Promotion of Sports and Cultural Activities for participation in State and National level.

Masti ka Patshala - Changing lives through the power of Sports and play in Government school

Bare feet Runner 

This Sangeeta is a little girl studying in Std.V11 at Doddabanhalli Government School made it to the finals of the interschool Athletic meet, ran bare feet in a 1 km race and stood second in district-level interschool sports. She had no running shoes as her parents could not afford them, but she was determined and focused to win in spite of all odds.
There are many aspiring girls like her in the villages, slums and government schools who DREAM BIG to be CHAMPS but THEY have no running shoes. tracksuits good coach and nutrition to excel. This project is all about their story, the project is about 800 poor children who want to PLAY and WIN become Champions……….winning story. Dreaming Big little champ

Project Abstract 

The Project is all about 800 children living in the outskirts of Bangalore at Dodabannahalli gram panchayat, Neelsandra and LR Nagar slums colonies infamous for violence against children and women. Children here have no access to sporting articles like footballs, or volleyball. Badminton, cricket and athletics – therefore they usually use improvised sporting equipment for those who are able to make them while others do not have anything to play
which is limiting the development of sporting culture within the school.

Child Rights Foundation is working to engage with poor children to find ways to try and help girls and boys, enjoy playing various games as a way of promoting growth and developing various sporting talents at an early stage. A key element of the strategy is to help build up the capacity of school and community centres to make them an engaging focus of an active lifestyle for young people using sports and Play as a key element of the
overall strategy.
Child Rights Foundation is seeking Resources both in kind and in monetary terms to facilitate sports & play activities for all students (Boys and girls) in four locations It will be covering 2 village schools and 2 slum colonies. with the objective of helping students to participate in sports activities which in turn will help students to come to school regularly learn in school and reduce absentees. The objective is that by the end of this project will increase the performance of students in primary, and middle schools. The other objectives of this project are, to reduce dropout in primary and secondary school, reduce absentees since the project will provide a forum to discuss various issues concerning their health and studies and enable students to excel in sports.
The project will target 2 government schools at Dodabanhalli and 2 slum colonies at LR Nagar and Neelsandra. Girl children will be given preferential treatment and enable them to partake in sports activities. In all, we aim to reach out to 800 promising students both boys and girls.
The total cost of the project is Rs.28,00,000 in four locations and 800 children form economically backward classes.