Extra årsmöte för beslut om stadgeändring

Hej,

Vid årsmötet 4 april 2020 togs beslut, enligt förslag från styrelsen, om en mindre revidering av stadgarna för handikappbarnhemindien.se. Enligt 16 § i gällande stadgar framgår att

Ändring av dessa stadgar kräver beslut med kvalificerad majoritet på två på varandra följande årsmöten, varav ett ska vara ett ordinarie årsmöte. Mellan dessa möten måste minst 2 månader förflyta”. Med anledning av detta kallar föreningen därför till ett extra årsmöte 26 november kl. 19.00 för att besluta om stadgeändringen. Bifogat finns de reviderade stadgarna.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wpHDvtyWNJTSWJrS71y9QrSrWqeKy2uHMeozIcxDAeY/edit

För att delta på detta extra årsmöte krävs att man anmäler sig till Samuel Tideman via mail senast 8 november. Pga pandemin kommer det inte vara något fysiskt möte. Om många anmäler sig kommer mötet, pga. tekniska begränsningar, hållas per e-post. Annars blir mötet via Skype. Om mötet blir via Skype kommer det skickas ut en länk till de som anmält sig. Det krävs inte att man har Skype installerat utan det räcker att öppna länken via valfri webbläsare. Inga andra frågor än beslutet om stadgeändringen kommer att behandlas på det extra årsmötet 26 november. Däremot kommer det informeras lite om situationen på barnhemmet nu i Corona tider.
Med vänlig hälsning
Samuel Tideman
Ordförande

Financial report for 3 months- April, May, June 2020

Here I am sending the complete details of the budget received from the Swedish Parents  for 3 months from April to June 2020.
All the food essentials and hygiene kits were purchased and distributed for 3 months .

FOOD ESSENTIALS AND HYGIENE KIT FOR 85 STUDENT FAMILES

Balance remaining (April to June) 3 months 461523 Rs
Cost items for these 3 months:    
1.       Rice (45 Rs/kg) 24 kg x 45 x 85 91800
2.       Dal (100 Rs/kg) 6kg x 100 x 85 51000
3.       Oil (100 Rs/kg) 3kg x 100 x 85 25500
4.       Soaps (26 Rs/1pieces) 6 pieces x 26 x85 13260
5.       Detergent (90 Rs/kg) 3 detergent x 90 x 85 22950
6.       Sanitary (50 Rs/1 packet) 3 sanitary x 50 x 85 12750
7.       Chilli powder (50 Rs/1 packet) 3 chilli x 50 x 85 12750
8.       Salt (20 Rs/1 packet) 6 salt x 20 x 85 10200
9.       Tamarind (70 Rs/1 packet) 3 tamarind x 70 x 85 17850
10.   Onions (20 Rs/kg) 6 onions x 20 x85 10200
11.   Masks (40 Rs/1 pieces) 3 pieces x 40 x 85 10200
12.   Sanitizer (40 Rs/1 bottle) 3 bottles x 40 x 85 10200
Total 288660 Rs
Travel (travel expenditure was met by staff) 9000
1.       Maths (Salaries) 3 x 8000 24000
2.       English 3 x 8000 24000
3.       Telugu 3 x 8000 24000
4.       Hindi 3 x 8000 24000
5.       Computer Science 3 x 8000 24000
6.       Health instructor 3 x 5000 15000
7.       Sewing 3 x 5000 15000
8.       Cook 3 x 6000 18000
9.       Attendant 3 x 3000 9000
10.   Accountant 3 x 3000 9000
Total 186000 Rs
Total expenditure for the 3 months 483660 Rs
Excess amount spent -22137
Balance remaining (previous month Mars) 16890
Total balance remaining -5247
 

Note:

  1. The travel expenditure was met by staff Rs 9000
  2. Tamarind is a fruit pulp tastes sour which is widely used in all main vegetarian dishes India and also most parts of Asia. Many uses it as a substitute to tomatoes. Since this is little expensive, we will not distribute this in our next July support.

If it is ok with you, we will go accordingly.

  1. No power bill was collected by the government so far.
  2. Internet bill was reduced to Rs 1000 from Rs 1250.

5.The price of the rice was reduced to Rs 50 to Rs 45 for the new crop since we are purchasing in a large quantity.

With Love
Alice and Children, Childhome Challagundla
Indien

Dear Swedish Parents

Greetings to you all. Thankyou very much for the support to distribute the food essentials to the differently Abled children of Rajiv Gandhi Memorial High School, Challagundla. Food essentials were distributed to the children in their home villages. We thank the Swedish Parents for giving us this wonderful opportunity to visit them during this crisis time. We and children felt very happy to see each other’s. Many children expressed to return back to the children home and some of them even cried to come back to the home.
Those are the very emotional movements for us.  Me and our staff members distributed in 5 groups . 3 persons of staff in one group and they went to different villages to distribute the food supplies to the children.
All the children felt very happy to see us. Some of them are living with single Parents and some of them are living with grand parents, some of them are with their Care takers.
All of the children expressed their love and gratitude to the Swedish parents for remembering them in this time of need. Most of the children living in very poor conditions with out proper hygiene conditions. After visiting them I wrote a letter to the government authorities to accord permission for us to start our school since it’s a special school with special needs children. But they said it is the policy with the whole country not with a single school.
We all are much waiting for the reopening of the schools.
Government suggested for online classes but it will not work out single majority of the children doesn’t have internet access and many schools suggested that kits not a good idea.
We the school managements attendees many meetings with the concerned education department and expressed our views and ideas to continue the education back in their respective schools only rather than going for the online system only for few months till the schools start. I personally emphasised that it’s good to bring these special needs children back to the children home since they have many better fecilities than their homes and villages. We are even far better than any corporate school where they collect good amount of fees for education , they even failed to pay the salaries in this time of Pandamic. We owe a great debt of gratitude for all the Swedish parents association for their unconditional love and care for these children and school for not stopping their support in the  hour of need.
All the staff members have to attend the school 4 days week . It’s a mandatory. We personally visiting the children and families educating them with the COViD information, giving health and hygiene classes, bring awareness about the disease and disease control. The Volkswagen has also insisted us to conduct some awareness building programmes in the respective villages of the children along with their families. 
The government announced orally that the schools will be reopened by the first week of September. But no clear government order was issued so far.
The COViD cases are increasing every day in Andhrapradesh. It reached to 10000 cases per one single day. Andhrapradesh stood in 3rd place in our country by the number increase. Mortality is low but the cost of the private hospital was outrageous. No common person can meet the medical expenses. The government is much worried that the number will increase by September will rival against Brazil, Italy and USA.
it’s only going to get worse; Andhra Pradesh now has the fastest doubling time for any large state, with cases doubling in less than 11 days, twice as fast as the national average.
No beds are available in the hospitals, private hospitals no way, many are afraid to get checked medically, no maintenance of social distance and many other issues are involved in the increase of the COViD cases.
If at all the schools get started the government is making a list to be done at all the private schools like us. We are waiting for the government decision.
Thankyou once again for your big hearts for supporting us during this Pandamic. Hope and pray that everything will settle down soon and we will be praying for Sweden and other countries globally being effeted  with COViD cases that they should be restored back.
With Kind Regards,
Alice and Staff

Dear Swedish Parents association

Greetings to you all and hope to find you all in good health and cheer.
I would like to bring the updates of the Carona Virus in India. At present there are more than 70000 affected with this virus and 50000 people recovered from it and nearly 4000 people died with this Pandamic. India is taking neccessary precautionary measures to control the virus.
At present the 4 phase of lock down is going on with some restrictions.
1. Shops will be opened from 6 am to 9 am
2. No public transport allowed except 200 trains all over India and need to book the tickets online which the educated can only do this.
3 No permissions to religious activities, schools and colleges.
4. only 30% of the people are allowed in the offices.
5. No permission to social gathering only 10 allowed to funeral and 20 are allowed to marriages.
6. Every state can change some rules in consultation with the central government.
7. No three people can sit together etc
8. Markers for veggies only from 6 am to 9 am
9. Should wear the masks and using sanitizers is compulsory.
10. Rs 1000 penality if you spit in public.
There are many other rules also included in the lock for the sake of the people.

At challagundla there are only 4 children staying with me along with 5 families. The families and care takers of these children are held in other state as migrant workers. Out of this 2 one boy and one girl are lessening Computer education. All of the children will be back on the 8 th of July mean while I am approaching the commissioner of Disabled welfare to accord permission to our children to bring back them to the Chikdren home because these children are more vulanarable. They have very poor hygiene conditions at their homes and more over
Our’s is a special school for physically challenged the norms to maintain the distance in the classes will perfectly fit to our children since we have only 80 children in the children home. The decision is still pending with higher authorities.
The temperature is 47 degrees now and we have a severe heat in Challagundla. No plantation can be taken place during this time.
We have agreed with the government what ever the additional food we agreed to feed the children will be distributed to the respective children in their villages through our school staff. Rice, dal, chilli powder, oil, salt and sips with sanitizers and masks will be distributed to them with help of our monthly support. Since the state government is also distributed the provisions to the children back at their homes.
Once we receive the support we will distribute the food essentials to our children.
With regard to the milk since there were no children would it be possible for us to distribute the butter milk to the hillside child which is a very health food in the summer. We have 150 families like on the top of the hill from a nomad community. They are very poor and depend on rat catching in the agriculture fields.
If possible we can distribute food essentials to these children there will be 70 children in this community.
But this will be additional budget along with our regular support.
We have mangoes this year but the yielding is very less. Thankyou very much by proving with good RO water, solar system, Computer and Sewing centre. We really enjoyed our stay at Challagundla all credit goes to the Parents Association of Sweden who took special care about us
I will get back to with more details soon. Once again thank you for your Love Care and Support.

With Love, Alice and Children.

Financial report for the month of March 2020.

Received amounts from Sweden Quantity Rupees
Balance remaining (previous month February) 163186
Cost items for this month:    
Staple food #  
Rice 175 kgs 8750
Chicken (Swedish parents) 69 kg/160 Rs 11040
Milk (new hope buffalo) 360 litres
Extra chicken (New Hope) 58 kg/160 Rs 9280
Fruits (all fruits 4 times in a week)
Water melon 5400
Banana 80 1200
Pomegranate 80 3200
Cosmetics and health
Washing Soaps 160/Rs 16 2560
Bathing Soaps 160/Rs 10 1600
Shampoo 1280
Washing liquid for washing machines 3 bottles for boys 3 bottles for girls 1744
Coconut oil 80 bottles/Rs 34 2720
Sanitary Naps 1600
Diapers 2 boys 3600
Milkshake 20 packs/Rs 97 1940
Medicine 1600
Lysol floor cleaner 1116
Dettol Sanitizer 1980
Boost 1976
Extra Diet
Idly 1 times in a week 4800
Wheat Kichidi 1 times in a week 4160
Extra curry 3 times in a week 6500
Salaries to the staff
Accounting cost (Swedish parents) 5000
Attendant Salary (Swedish parents) 5000
Computer Master (Swedish parents) 8000
Maths teacher (Tolvskillingshjalpen) 8000
English Teacher (Tolvskillingshjalpen) 8000
Telugu teacher (New hope) 8000
Hindi Teacher (New hope) 8000
Sewing Teacher 5000
Health Instructor 5000
Cook Salary (Swedish parents) 6000
Internet (Swedish parents) 1250
Electricity (Swedish parents) 1000
Totals 146296
Total expenditure for the month 146296
February surplus minus Mars consumption 16890
Balance remaining (previous month)
Total balance remaining 16890

With Love
Alice and Children, Childhome Challagundla
Indien