FINANCIALSUMMARY  

 

DATEMoney inMoney out
05/04/15£15,637£9,665
05/04/16£10,478£11,707
Since 05/04/16 1,945£50

 

FUND RAISING EVENT: 01 /10/ 2014: FILM 1 (Divi Seema)

Money Received CostsSurplus
£18,000£3,350£14,650

 

In December 2014 DSF transferred £6,000 to the Cluny communities at Nagayalanka and Kottur

 

Nagayalanka (£4,000)

·      Womens savings groups: salaries for 2 Co-ordinators to increase the number of savings groups: Women's development programmes:  health and hygiene awareness; vegetable cultivation, Environmental protection

·      Medical camps to 4 villages (fortnightly)

·      Cluny Youth for Change groups (5)

·      Children's parliaments (4)

·      Scholarships for orphan children (6)

 

 

Kottur  (£2,000)

·      Womens savings groups (4)

·      Women's development programmes:  health and hygiene awareness; vegetable cultivation, Environmental protection

·       Loans for self help women's members: vegetables selling, fruits shop, eggs selling, cloth selling, purchase sewing machines, buffaloes, goats,  sheep, pickle making and selling, set up cycle shop

·      Youth groups (2)

·      Childrens’ parliaments (2)

·      Amplify medical out reach programmes

 

FUND RAISING EVENT: 18 /11/ 2015: FILM 3 (Women’s Voices), SOUTH INDIAN FEAST, RAFFLE + EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS

Money Received CostsSurplus
£4,740£1,556£3,184

 

 

2015 In December 2015 DSF transferred £7,000 to the Cluny communities at Nagayalanka and Kottur

 

Nagayalanka (£4,000)

·       Womens savings groups (salaries for 2 Co-ordinators to increase the number of savings groups)`

·       Costs for Youth leaders (12)

·       Boost number of Medical camps to 6 villages (fortnightly)

·      Costs for Cluny Youth for Change groups (30)

·      Children's parliaments (21)The children in the parliaments have brought a considerable change through the parliaments:  arranging street lights, common dust bins, cleaning the village, making villages plastic free”.

·      Scholarships for orphan children (6)

 

Kottur  (£3,000)

·      Womens savings groups (15)

·      Women's development programmes:  health and hygiene awareness; Environmental protection; training in vermiculture - composted manure production

·       Loans for self help women's members: vegetables selling, fruits shop, eggs clothes selling, purchase: sewing machines, buffaloes, goats, sheep, pickle making, set up cycle shop”.

·      Youth groups (4)

·      Childrens’ parliaments (4)

·      Boost number of medical out reach programmes: mobile clinics now reach 42 far away villages”.

·      Honda motor scooter

·       Laptop with speakers: for illiterate tribals, childrens’ parliaments, youth groups)

·       Sewing machines (5)

 

Post 12 / 2016 - New

 

Nagayalanka

·      2 sewing centres:  (10 women per training session, 2 sessions per centre p.a.)

·      7 sewing machines for training sessions at new centres

·      4 loans: £50 each for trainees to buy their own sewing machines

·      2 hospital beds, 3 ordinary beds

·      CCTV for campus

 

PW : May 2016