AWARD works for the welfare and development of poor in India with particular emphasis on youth children and women. It supports people who are in need of food, education, health care, shelter and clothing, emotional and moral support. Our program supports over 4,000 children, 6,000 women, 3500 Youth and covers in area of rural/urban AWARD Trust covers seven major areas of assistance: health, sanitation, nutrition, early childhood programs, women and children, vocational trainings and poverty alleviation. Animal welfare programs Creating self-sufficiency for youth from 16-35 years of age is referred to us by the local social welfare agencies. In the past years AWARD mobilized nearly Rs. 67 Lacks and implemented 17 development projects with support of Government/NGOs.Like Rajiv Gandhi National drinking Water Mission (RGNDWM) with community participation, Empowerment of women, youth with state government social welfare board, Alternative and Innovative Education (AIE) for children & Youth ,Residential schools for orphans, youths, migrates ,child labors, etc by Sarva Shiksha Abiyan (SSA) Govt. of India Project About 6702 families and 3310 beneficiary being benefited with AWARD projects AWARD activities mostly based on people’s involvement, Participation, and demand driven approaches etc

1. Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Mission Sector reform project.
2. Serva Shiksha Abiyan (SSA) AIE centres,Residential school for dropouts.
3. State Social Welfare Board Awareness Generation Program for women.
4. NEAC .Ministry of Environment Environmental Awareness programs
5. Tamil Nadu Health System Project Emergency Ambulance Services.
  • Rajiv Gandhi national Drinking Water Mission (RGNDWM). New Delhi.
  • Water and Drainage Board (TWAD).Cuddalore.
  • Tamilnadu state government social Welfare Board. Chennai.
  • Tamilnadu Health system Project –TNHSP, Emergency ambulance service (Fund by Govt.of Taminadu and World Bank).
  • Sarva Shiksha Abiyan (SSA)-Cuddalore.
  • National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child (NIPCCD) - Bangalore.
  • CSWB – New Delhi.
  • T.N. Social Welfare Board, Chennai.
  • Ministry of Environment and Forest – New Delhi.
  • C.P.Ramasami Aiyar Foundation – Chennai.
  • Tamilnadu voluntary Health Services (TNVHS)-Chennai.
  • CAPART-Hyderabad.
  • Bharath Welfare Trust. U.K.
  • Tamilnadu Water and Drainage Board (TWAD).Cuddalore.
  • Tamilnadu state government social Welfare Board. Chennai.
  • C.P.Ramasami Aiyar Foundation – Chennai.
  • Sarva Shiksha Abiyan (SSA)-Cuddalore.
  • Tamilnadu Health system Project –TNHSP, Emergency ambulance service (Fund by Govt.of Taminadu and World Bank).
  • Tamilnadu voluntary Health Services (TNVHS)-Chennai..
  • ASER (Annual Status of Education Report ) Centre .Chennai.

“Opportunity to Ensure Educational Support to the 50 Children from family of Widows, Destitute, and Uncared from the Scheduled Communities and Most Backward communities”.
OTF International Assistance Committee‘s CANADA sponsored Project.

1. One day workshop on ‘’Free and Compulsory Education Act-1999”
2. Tuition and Education fees for needy,
3. Running special Couching Centers,
4. Distribution of school uniforms, writing and reading materials,
5. Impact of the Project
6. Monitoring and Evaluation.

In Kammapuram Block of Cuddalore district of Tamilnadu we selected 10 villages conducted Workshop on Compulsory free Education Act-1999 as per our project proposal, Nearly 30 stack holders participated like parents, Teachers, Local body members, for this work shop
The workshop addressed and emerged the participants to utilize the ‘’Right to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE- Act 1999)’’ encourage the participants to give special attention to disabled persons to attain qualitative education

To support and promote the education of poor children especially from women headed family, destitute, uncared children of schedule cast, most backward families. Nearly 22 children was selected to provide educational tuition fees, The tuition fees paid to needy children by OTF –Canada’s support will be very useful their study well without school dropouts.

As per project proposal we started and running special Couching centre in above said 10 villages, Total 10 centers running in evening time from 4.30. PM to 6.00 PM. AWARD TRUST’’s Educational Volunteers handle the class. In each centers 13 to 20 children are studying .The local body members and retired teachers are giving full support and guidance for these centers.
Distribution of school uniforms, writing and reading materials.
From this project we provided school uniforms and writing materials to very needy and poor children, Especially children with disability and destitute children.Totaly 26 children in 10 villages were benefited

  • 76 poor children got support for their good studies through the workshop and special coaching centers.
  • Difficult in hard subjects are clarifying in special couching centers.
  • The parents of target children being satisfied that their children regularly followed the educational system.
  • Parents, members of the local bodies, are realized the important of the “Free and Compulsory Education Act-1999”.
  • School drop out ratio significantly reduced.
  • Distribution of school uniform, writing and reading materials in free of cost encouraged the poor families to send children to school regularly without absents.

The Project Implementation Unit (PIU), is proposed to monitor the OTF International Assistance Committee‘s sponsored Project with our regular field staff and volunteers periodically, we added project indicators and sustainability trend in our regular Monitoring and Evaluation formats. Coordinator (M&E) is doing these tasks. We really gain new experiences with these interventions. We had given much importance in selection of beneficiary to implement this program. With the mind of the real poor people must only benefits, AWARD TRUST Once again expresses our thanks and gratitude to OTF International Assistance Committee for given the opportunity to work for the noble cause of support to needy people.

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67 villages panchayats in Cuddalore districts, Blocks namely
1. Kurinjipadi,
2. Mel Bhuvanagiri,
3. Cuddalore,
4. Panruti,
5. Keerapalayam.
6. Kammapuram.
7. Port nova