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governing body

President
Rev. Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais

Chairperson
Rev : Fr. Alwyn Dias

Secretary &
Director Chikkodi

Fr. Arun Lobo

Director Pothnal
Fr.Satish Fernandes

Director Ujire
Fr. Vinod Mascarenhas

Director Asha kiran
Fr.Fredrick Braggs

Director Bankal
Fr.Vincent D’Souza

Director Palya
Fr. Sunil Ullahanan.

 

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Completion report of Convergence
 Workshop for Strengthening of
Child Protection System

 

Input session on contagious diseases: Vimukti Pothnal
Vimukti Pothnal organized an awareness programme in Muddamaguddi village for the women and the old people. Under the national village employment program there are 100 days of labor work for their benefits. Later about various diseases which are contagious in nature, about deadly mosquitoes and their control, flies control about all these issues were discussed. For women who were present had health check-up. For about 30 women participated in this health camp.


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International Day of the Girl Child: “Girls March to school” Free and compulsory Education For girls till 18 years of age” Vimukti Pothnal
On 11th of October 2019 under the banner of ‘Hennu Makkala Nade Shale Kade’(Girls March to school) with the alliance of likeminded NGOs from Karnataka celebrated ‘International Day of the Girl child’ at VCT Premises. Nearly123 adolescent girls participated in this event and submitted memorandum to Deputy Commissioner and Gram Panchyath President demanding equal rights and Free and compulsory education for girls till 18 years of age. Girls’ took out rally through the main streets of Pothnal and Raichur near DC office by holding placards and banners containing the message on the needs of protecting the rights of girl child. The Campaign on equal rights and Free and compulsory education for girls till 18 years of age, and to create awareness on adverse impact of child marriage in the society; and demanded the concerned officials to take stringent measures in this regard to impose fine on those who violate these laws. The participants, after marching through the main road of DC office Raichur conversed with the local press media where women activist spoke to them and memorandum was submitted to the concerned authority regarding “Girls March to school” and its implication. The main aim of the rally was to sensitize privileged citizens to protect and demand the right of Girl child. Today & every day, join us to support all girls across the world to keep chasing their dreams through education.
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Vimukti Children shine in the State level Seminar on Child Rights under SDG- Sustainable Development Goals: Vimukti Pothnal
The Government of India has issued and a published content on various rights related to the Children and has documented them and has communicated to the world united organization sector. The programs which are organized and the achievements found in the past years from 1997, 2007 and 2011 in three successful terms and are reported in detail. The report has been verified and studied through by the World Organization has asked India to study on various issues. The next year in 2020 in May or in the month of June India will have to submit the report. Apart from the Child rights, other institutes, individually also they can submit the report on the relevant matters as well. This is to certify that whether the Indian Government has provided the correct information on various issues regarding the Child Rights under SDG- Sustainable Development Goals the targets set to improve, whether they have applied laws and norms so on. The expectations or on various views group discussions were conducted. The target was to address the issues of the age group of 0 to 18 years of children. This is the age where they are exploited to the maximum. There are situations at home as well as the outside where they can be vulnerable. So need to be cautious about the situations. It is not safe nowadays to be alone.
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Rape Free India state level stakeholders Consultation held at Bangaluru: Vimukti Pothnal
On 6th of October 2019 30 likeminded NGOs from Karnataka came together at Jain collage, Bangalore to discuss the one of the biggest issues which the nation is facing today is safety of women and children. Rape in India is a National Emergency. Despite strong legislation, our children and women live a life with fear. The absence of political will, accountability and social responsibility to combat rape is dismal. Through the power that we hold in our vote, we must demand that those who seek our vote must commit to creating a new India, a ‘Rape Free India - a Rape Mukt Bharat’.
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Free Educational Kit distribution to the 152 flood affected children, supported by Vimukti Charitable Trust, Group Israel: Vimukti Pothnal
This year especially in the month of August, Maharashtra and part of North Karnataka received maximum rain fall leading dams to let the water out. After letting the excessive water from the dams further led low areas and rivers like Malaprabha, Ghataprabha, Krishna to flow to the above danger levels. All the excessive water entered the low areas and villages where people had to vacate and move to the safe areas. This flood had created havoc in most of the areas and people’s lives. The rains and the floods had destroyed crops, properties, houses, few partially and in some places destroyed completely. The people who had stored grains, vessels of daily use, clothes, school books and bags and other materials were washed out. Children, women, young and the old were most affected due to rain and floods. The floods also took lives of many and the cattle. After the rain and the flood, sickness was spread due to the stagnant water and bad atmosphere. Houses were not in good condition to live. Snakes and reptiles were seen on the roofs, walls, floor of the houses. People faced the worst ever situation during flood and aftermath.
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Community leaders from two pockets along with Vimukti children Parliament Members demanded the Panchyath President to ensure basic infrastructure in the School without delay: Vimukti Pothnal
On 21st of September, 2019 Malkapur Community leaders came together and demanded the Panchyath president and submitted the memorandum to provide basic infrastructure in the school. Since Malkapura School has no proper class rooms, windows, doors are broken; roof is under repair, and furniture’s, toilets are poorly maintained, no drinking water facilities, kitchen, utensils, etc. The children are studying in the school have been facing the threat of contagious diseases. They also alleged that the school building is in dilapidated condition and action was not being taken even to repair the Roof. Mr. Narsappa Panchayth staff speaking after the receiving the memorandum said, the problems would be brought to the notice of the concerned authority and further action would be taken as per their direction to ensure the facilities. The community leader Mr. Hanumantha requested the Gram Panchyath President to give in writing that when he will fulfill these demands. The School headmaster, teachers, SDMC members, LM staff applauded and encouraged Community leaders in this great venture. Nearly 206 school children will benefit from this demand.
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Open House Program: Vimukti Pothnal
CHILDINE Collab, VIMUKTI Raichur, organized open house programme at Govt. Higher Primary School Sangankunta, Raichur Taluka collaboration with government high school on August 28th, 2019. Mr. Sudharshan coordinator, Childline, in the key note address spoke about Child Rights and responsibility of children. Mr. Mukanna, team staff CHILDLINE, Raichur, addressed the gathering and briefed about the objectives and purpose of the open house programme. Mr. Manjunatha, Police Sub Inspector, exhorted the children to stay away from evil elements in the society. Children shared about the various issues and the authorities present suggested possible solutions to them. Mr. Nagaraj HM, Mr. Mahesh CRP, Mr. Kurupathi from Health department, Mr. Thimappa GP president, AWC teachers, supervisors, PDO, Mohan team member was present for the programme. Various child right issues and other difficulties faced in the school were discussed before the concerned authority and sort the clarifications. Nearly 285 children attended the program.
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Farewell to Mrs. Nagarathna Staff Nurse: Vimukti Pothnal
It is said, "Separations are wounds that no one can heal, but memories are treasures that no one can steal". After two years of a journey that seems to have just begun, it was the time to bid farewell to our dear Mrs. Nagaratha staff nurse. It was special moment for us. It was painful to say good bye to dear Nagarathna Being the, staff nurse and severed in the “HEALTH FOR ALL” project in various capacities. She was actively involved in the Programs of the Organization, both within and in networks. She was reaching out poor and needy people in the villages by visiting families of our sponsor children, counseling and motivating people to take care of their health. She has participated in rallies and street plays showing keen interest in advocacy initiatives. She proved her worth in community development, particularly among children, in forming the child personality development clubs and camps. During her tenure she has proven to be with good conduct and love for the work and Organization. She is found very honest and dedicated in all the works assigned under her care. As she lives this organization, we the Vimukti Director and staff wish you all the best in your future. Fr. sathish Fernandez took this occasion to recall all the good times and the good things that the vimukti centre had received during her term. As she leaves us we wish her the best in her future endeavors, we assure that she will be an asset to any Institution she works. As you embark upon a new path, we wish you many moments of happiness, success and achievements. May your success follow you wherever you go...
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ABOUT US
VIMUKTI CHARITABLE TRUST is a social action unit of the Capuchin Franciscan of Karnataka Province, Registered under the Trust Act bearing number, Trust/718/10A/Vol-II/V-299/2000-2001 Dated 01.05.2000. VIMUKTI is integral liberation as understood popularly and it undertakes and executes socio-economic empowerment activities among the disadvantage and the vulnerable sections of the society. As the activities of the province became widespread, ‘Vimukti’ came into existence in 1999 to co-ordinate, document, monitor, review and evaluate the social work intervention activities to ensure greater efficiency and increased accountability towards the same.

STATUTES
The Karnataka Capuchin Province has established a registered trust called, Vimukti Charitable Trust for social service and developmental activities in the Province. The goals and objectives of this trust are to be attained in a systematic and cohesive manner. For this purpose the Province shall establish in a suitable place a well furnished central office to plan, coordinate and supervise all the programmes and the activities. The Statutes are applicable to all the Friars of the Province who are involved in this ministry. So that all the Programmes function effectively and achieve the expected goals and objectives. These Statutes are to be read along with the Constitutions of the Order and also the Statutes of the Province.

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