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Anthony /Sathi Foundation

Community Building
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Lyndsay Janzen

on 29 April 2010

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The Sathi Foundation Training on Health Rights and Community Health Initiatives
In order to strengthen the movement for right to health and health-care at various levels, the SATHI team conducts orientation / training of activists belonging to partner peoples organizations as well as for representatives of various other civil society groups in Western India. This is aimed at strengthening the movement for health care as a fundamental human right, by fostering a well-oriented layer of health activists.
Training on Health Rights and Community Health Initiatives
In order to strengthen the movement for right to health and health-care at various levels, the SATHI team conducts orientation / training of activists belonging to partner peoples organizations as well as for representatives of various other civil society groups in Western India. This is aimed at strengthening the movement for health care as a fundamental human right, by fostering a well-oriented layer of health activists.
Training on Health Rights and Community Health Initiatives
In order to strengthen the movement for right to health and health-care at various levels, the SATHI team conducts orientation / training of activists belonging to partner peoples organizations as well as for representatives of various other civil society groups in Western India. This is aimed at strengthening the movement for health care as a fundamental human right, by fostering a well-oriented layer of health activists.
Introduction
My report is about the Sathi Foundation and I am going to tell you the things that the Sathi Foundation is doing to help the people in Saping and also tell you about the history of the Sathi Foundation. So here it goes.
History
The Sathi Foundation stared in 1998 and it was also founded by a person named B.Raj Giri, a Nepalese student from the International school of Amsterdam, (or ISA for short). Raj grew up in extreme poverty in the Nepalese village of Saping. He also was sponsored by a Dutch doctor to attend ISA. He is currently (right now) working on his PHD (studying International child Labor) in England. While studying for his Ma in Amsterdam, Raj was determined to help other children in Saping. NIST teacher Maggie Hos-McGrane, who was at ISA the time, helped Raj to set up the foundation and to raise money. Sathi supports various forms of learning projects to enable remote village children to seek a future by themselves as well as help endow / develop their own communities. Sathi is currently (right now) sponsoring the education of fifteen of the village children. Children attend school in the valley and live in the Sathisangi children’s Home.
Projects
The Sathi Foundation has four projects that I will tell you about one by one. Project number one. The Sathi Foundation is building a primary school (Grades 1-5) in the “Fisherman’s Village” area of Saping. This is one of the poorest areas of the village with 300 children – most completely illiterate. The cost of the equipment for this project is a lot do get the project done. The cost of the equipment is approximately 135,000 baht-using nearby sand (free).
Project number two. The Sathi foundation is trying to build a road to link the village to the new Sunkoshi River crossing, which is currently under construction. The government will pay half costs of the road, so they need to raise 700,000 baht for this project Project number four. Building a secondary school (up to 10 grades). So kids can have a better ejection at least that's what I think. Costs will also be calculated once the road has been built. Project number three building the Sathi Home Community Centre providing: A gathering place for the villagers. A first aid post. Adult literacy and training. A venue for sports and music. Costs will be calculated once the road has been built.
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