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Tutors Review meeting SPPD strive to ensure good standard of education & health for immiserate rural children towards their holistic development. This we do through Evening Study Centre. SPPD organized Tutors review meeting and trained the tutors in various activities.In our ESC, apart from school education we taught child safety by means of inculcating good touch bad touch nursery songs with dance and motivated the tutors with positive thoughts. We also distributed peanut candy & seeds for kitchen garden. SPPD team planned to arrange exposure visits for children to rural banks. With the continued support from Scientific Publishers Services PVT(Ltd),we are able to carry out the interventions to fulfill both educational and nutritional needs of deprived children.

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Financial Inclusion for Women Self Help Groups SPPD’s one of the major area of focus to achieve the empowerment of women is to financial inclusion through facilitation of credit linking with bank and other financial institutions. Along with the credit linkage, SPPD also giving training on financial management and entrepreneurial skill training in agriculture and allied activities.

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SPPD Stretch out the yoga practice to the children With the funding support of Scientific Publishing Services(CSR project) we are providing quality education towards wholesome development for the under priviledged children through conducting Evening Study Centre at various villages in Musiri(TK), Trichy district. Apart from the education we are educating the children about the life science, yoga etc. we focused the importance and scientific fact of most common yoga practice given to the children which is helpful for their brain development.The children were actively participated in the activity and gained its knowledge.Best wishes to the children and SPPD team

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Success Story of OM SAKTHI SHG, Musiri She is Mrs. Sakunthala residing in chinnavelakkanatham village, Musiri(TK), Trichy(DT). She joined in SPPD as OM Sakthi SHG in 2009. Before joining with SPPD her family background was very poor. She had one daughter affected by Cancer and one son studying in college. she can not able manage both the household expenses and medical expenses for her daughter.After joined in SPPD she got financial support and got loan of Rs. 4,00,000/-. Later she started Wood Oil extract business in their place itself. Initially she get the raw material like coconut from temple and extract the coconut oil and made them to sell for Rs.10/liter. Now she is buying the raw material outside and extract the oil for selling in local market.Her production cost is just Rs.50/litre and selling Rs.150/lit. From this she getting profit of Rs.100/lit. She is selling groundnut, gingelly and coconut oil about 10-15lit/day. Now she can able to manage both medical expenditure and household expenses. She is very grateful to SPPD for their wonderful support financially.

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HIV kit issual to beneficiaries

Today June 22, 2019 in #SPPD Campus we have conducted orientation program for people who are living with HIV .. After that we have issued HIV kits to the beneficiaries with support of Scientific Publishing Services Private Limited – SPS… Then lunch was arranged to them.

SPS – ESC reopening

#SPPD has tied up with Scientific Publishing Services Private Limited – SPS for ESC in Musiri Surroundings… Nearly 350 students are benefited..Centres are reopened

JHC – ESC reopening

#SPPD has tied up with Joe Homan Charity for ESC in Musiri Surroundings… Nearly 350 students are benefited..Centres are reopened

International yoga day

The idea of International Day of Yoga was first proposed by the current Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi during his speech at the UNGA, on 27 September 2014. He stated,

Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help in well being. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day.

— Narendra Modi, UN General Assembly

Following this initial proposal, the UNGA held informal consultations on the draft resolution entitled “International Day of Yoga”, on 14 October 2014. The consultations were convened by the delegation of India. In 2015 Reserve Bank of India issued a 10 rupees commemorative coin to mark the International Day of Yoga.

Rising Hand to Rural Children Evening Study Centre scheme is the first of our initiatives that aims to provide supplementary education to children in rural and slum areas from grade 1 to 8th and up to 12th grade through our SPPD team members. Children are guided by tutors to revise their lessons taught in the school in a conducive environment. With this effort, our SPPD team taken first step and Give India commence evening study centre at various villages in Musiri(TK), Trichy. The children are provided educational kit packages(Stationery, inner wear, foot wear, toiletry, uniform)to both middle and high school students who come from very poor financial backgrounds. Thanks to Give India for the financial support.

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Inauguration of Evening Study Centre in Musiri Taluk, Trichy. SPPD is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that works to improve the living conditions of underprivileged people in the economically backward communities in Tamil Nadu (South India).With the support of Scientific Publishing Services Private Limited – SPS, SPPD stepped into 10 new villages of Musiri Taluk to reopen Eveneing Study Centre for the upliftment of rural children.In this study centre our team not only motivate the children in studies but also to know the moral values and environmental protection systems.

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