Monday, November 26, 2012

Tharuni in Jamba cloud 10K Run on 25-11-2012 at Hyd

United Way and Program International , Procam  International in association with Hyderabad  10 K Run Foundation organised 10 K and 7 K Races on the Necklace Road in the early hours of  25th December 2012 . It is not only Run about health and fitness , but also for  the cause of the needy , with the solidarity shown by the Corporate Companies supporting, identified  Non governmental Organisations.The Organizers of the Event were instrumental in collecting contributions from these companies, for the activities being conducted by the NGOs for the welfare of the community.
Tharuni is one of such NGOs  identified , which was privileged to actively participate in the 7 K  Maza Run from People's Plaza to Sanjeevaiah Park.  Half a dozen of Koya  tribal boys from Eturunagaaram  in Warangal District, represented Tharuni in their traditional attire,  attracted the people. Dr Mamatha, Executive Director,  Raghuveer, Surekha Adimulam, Thyaga Raj  Kovvali and Ailesh , from Tharuni  have actively participated in the event.
Tharuni was supported by Franklin Templeton India Services Ltd. identifying Tharuni working for the Girl child. Students from educational institutions and  Employees  from other companies like Fact sheet Ltd. and I Spice  supported Tharuni by wearing the T-Shirts provided. The slogan on the T-shirts 'Save the Girl child" went through strongly during the Run.
Tharuni distributed its new Brochures to the participants. 

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Walkathan Rally at Warangal by Child Line , 20-11-2012

Walkathan Rally was conducted by Child Welfare committee and Child Line 1098 as part its Weekly Celebrations on child protection , from Police Head Quarters to the District Collectorate, on 20th November 2012, from 7 A.M.  I/C District Collector Pradyumna  was the Chief Guest to inaugurate the Walk. District Superintendent of Police, Rajeev Kumar  was the Guest of Honour  , who joined the gathering in the Walk, and spoke on the importance of rights and freedom of children to lead a healthy and rightful life in their childhood. C. W. C Chair person Dr. Mamatha Raghuveer, highlighted, that the children can contact through  the toll free number 1098 , when they are in distress. Child Line Coordinator Sudershan explained  about the child line in detail, to the gathering. Juvenile Justice Board Member Renuka, CWC.Members Chakradhari, Thirupathi and Revathi Devi, Tharuni, Pragathi Seva Samithi, MARI, FMM,all Non Governmental Organisation Members, Police, I.C.D.S. officials, Anganwadi Workers, NSS volunteers ,along with their Coordinator Dr. Suresh B. Lal from Kakatiya University, Students from schools and colleges , more than five hundred people, participated in the  Rally.

Tharuni and CWC jointly felicitated the persons who helped and saved , rendering outstanding services to the children,  with ' Bala Rakshak' Mementoes, and shawls. District Collector and Superintendent of Police were also specially honoured for their concern and great service  for the child Protection.  All the participants took part in the signature compaign and oath taken for child protection.

List of Bala Rakshak Awards-2012 by Tharuni & C.W.C

  1. Sri Chandraiah, C.I., KUC – Rendering services in Mentally retarded Deaf & dumb girl Gudia case & Stopping Child Marriages
  2. Sri Venkat, S.I. Kothaguda – Stopping 5 Child Marriages & creating Awareness
  3. Sri M. Rajkumar, PC -3396 Dornakal – Rescuing a Child in a train and handing over to CWC
  4. Sri C. Satyanarayana , PC - 1714 Dornakal – Rescuing a Child in a train and handing over to CWC
  5. Sri Rajender, PC – 2515, AR Constable – Reintegrating a child from Chattisgadh with his family
  6. Sri Basheeruddin, PC – 3041, AR Constable – Reintegrating a child from Chattisgadh with his family
  7. Dr Yerra Sridhar Raju, Psychiatrist – For his continuous services to children who need Psychiatric care & for taking up developmental activities in Children Home for Boys, Autonagar, Wgl.
  8. Mrs Madhavi, Counsellor, ICPS, Dept of Women & Child Welfare – for stopping child marriages and reintegration of trafficked girl.
  9. Mrs P. Mamatha, Team Member, Child Help Line – 1098 – for her services in rescuing abused girl Baby Pujitha from Kazipet Railway Station.
  10. Mrs Malathi, Anganwadi Worker, Village Ameenapur, Kesasamudram Mandal – for her services in rescuing a beggar girl in the railway station.
  11. Mrs Yashoda, Anganwadi Worker, Village Upparapally, Kesasamudram Mandal – for her services in rescuing a beggar girl in the railway station.
  12. Mrs Ramaleela, Director, Mallikamba Manovikasa Kendram, HNK – for her services in giving shelter and protection to Mentally retarded, Deaf & dumb girl Baby Gudia.
  13. Mrs - Sister, Neo Natal Ward, MGM Hospital, Wgl – for her services to Baby Manavi, amputated girl rescued from Kzpt Rly Station.
  14. Smt Mallamma, Ayamma, Sishugruha, Hnk – for her services to Baby Lakshmi who was operated for her legs.
  15. Sri Raghotham Reddy, Civilian – for his services to children in giving free medicine
    Sri Rajender, Attender, Children Home for Boys, Warangal for his services to children

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Child Rights Convention Week ,2012, by Tharuni

 As part of the "Child Line Se Dosti'-1098 Program, ( Child Rights Convention Week Celebrations -2012), Tharuni has conducted a' Walkathan' in Eturu Nagaram Mandal, Warangal District, to day 15th November 2012. About 400 students from Andhra Pradesh Residential Junior college, High School, and Kasturiba Gandhi Residential School Students, both boys and girls , 30 Anganwadi workers, local people and Police personnel , actively participated in the event, to educate the people on the rights of the children. Dr. Mamatha,and Coordinators of Tharuni also took part in the event. Child Line Protection Oath was held to the participants ,  under the leadership of  the Sub Inspector of Police, Eturunagaaram,  Sri Sanjeev Rao. A signature compaign was also held ,committing protection of child rights.
 Many Programs  will be conducted by Tharuni ,  like Dosti Corners, Free Medical Check up, competitions in Drawing, Essay Writing and Songs, along with Awareness compaign on Child Rights, in  this week. Same  Program is also being held by Tharuni at Mangapeta Mandal and also Thadvai Mandal,  during  this week, simultaneously.  

Children's Day celebrations, 2012

Tharuni Gurukul celebrated children's Day and Birth Day of Cha Cha Nehru The First Prime Minister of India after Independence, in the Branch Library campus , Nagarjuna Colony, Champapet, Hyderabad, on 14th November 2012. Gurukul Students participated in the celebrations actively. Dr. Hemalatha, coordinator of the Gurukul conducted competitions to the children, in Essay Writing,  Drawing, songs , Musical Chairs and Rangoli. Mementoes and Prizes will be given to the winners on 18th, as part of the Library Week celebrations from 14th to 20th November. The senior students of the Gurukul, students from neighbouring schools,Library Officials also took active part in the event.