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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.

 

NEWS / HIGHLIGHTS

Strengthening of Children Parliaments and clubs
The Organization has constantly formed children Parliaments and clubs to improve the capacity of the functioning of the children. Staff members of the Organization constantly keeps visiting the children clubs and organizes various programmes like training on child rights, leadership, personality development camps, summer camps, adolescent camps and exposure visits to Government departments. For upcoming months there are certain plans to work on the themes of awareness on cleanliness, rights and responsibilities of children and public issues. These types of works will help the children to improve their knowledge. Once in a week the children Parliament and club members come together for an evaluation and discussion. The meeting starts with the prayer, selection of the president, welcome, and discussion about .....

Malkapur children parliament members Celebrate Teachers Day with fervor
As it is rightly said that, “A teacher is the heart of educational system”, we the Vimukti children parliament members from Malkapur had decided to honour all the teachers of our school by celebrating teachers day on 17th September, by rescheduling it for a convenient day. All the teachers were present and graced with their presence this gathering in spite of their busy schedule. All the motivational words we used to encourage them and they were very glad that we have come up with this idea of celebrate a day in honour of them. As a token of our love and gratitude we had made them cut the cakes and had offered them small gifts as a sign of love and gratitude from the children parliament side. The local people’s presence added colour to the success of this celebration.

Training on Antenatal care to women:
Vimukti organized training on Antenatal care on 10th of September 2016 at Malkapur village with the collaboration of Women and child Welfare office Manvi. The training was done under the guidelines of the new scheme, which provides for improvement in prenatal and maternal health, in the Government hospitals. As per the guidelines issued under the National Health mission (NHM), the ninth of every month would be dedicated to providing treatment to expectant mothers. Ground- level staff such as ASha(Accredited social health Activists) workers should get the details of pregnant women and do a follow up of their treatment. Lab investigations would be conducted and counseling offered to pregnant women, individually or in groups. Resource person exalted that existing facilities in the hospital should be used, the main aim is to bring down maternal mortality rate.

Case Study: True Freedom from Struggle
I am Mrs. Neelamma W/o Mr.Monesha, residing in udbal of Manvi Talukam in Raichur, Karnataka. We live a hard life, which is below poverty line. We use fire wood for cooking our daily food. It is routine job for us to go the fields in search of firewood, sticks etc. Now the fields are owned by individuals and there are no much plants and trees where we could collect the wood. In the rainy season it is very difficult to find firewood. During this season at times we had to go empty stomach to bed. The government has some facilities to such people like us. But our illiteracy and ignorance has made us vulnerable to attain them. We only could implore God’s blessing and mercy upon us.

Case Study: Vimukti finds Shri Devi working gets her readmitted to the school
Shri Devi is from Malkapura village in manvi Taluka of Raichur District. Her parents work in the agricultural field. She left studying when she was in 4th standard. She helped her parents in doing the house-hold duties. Whenever she found time she used to attend the evening tuition classes. She is very charming girl in the tuition centre, where she too motivates other children and shows lot of interest in the tuition. After coming to know her family background Mr. Charlie the Vimukti staff often visited her house. One evening he met the parents in her small house where he persuaded to send Devi back to the school.

Right to Food Campaign through Street-plays
After introducing the Right to Food Scheme, its aim and objectives to the appointed 40 local leaders in the 20 pockets, Vimukti itself did the task of educating and enabling the people to gain maximum by the following seven specific schemes through street plays under RTF: Public distribution system(PDS), Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY), Mid Day Meal Scheme (MDMS), National Old Age Pension Schems (NOAPS), Annapurna; Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), National Maternity Benefit Scheme (NMBS), and National family Benefit Scheme (NFBS) etc. It was in view of widening the impact Vimukti with the collaboration of staff organized street plays along with singing awareness songs in the project area.

Health check-up camp for sponsor children
On 4th September 2016, a health check-up camp was organized for all the sponsored children at Vimukti premises. Our sponsored children who are unaware of the basic knowledge about health and hygiene were gathered in the camp. Mrs. Shantha, the taluka health officer a well known and experienced in her profession, explained at length about the cleanliness of oneself and keeping the surroundings clean and to remain always healthy. Further she gave an eye-opening session on consuming nutritious and hygienic food. Around 45 enrolled children’s general health check-ups were conducted by the Doctor. Especially blood counting and grouping, reference to hospitals, medicines were given to enrolled children. Every child’s height and weight was recorded in the individual children file and later cards were distributed.

From misery to comfort in life
I am Mr. Lalsab, son of Honurasab, completed my 70 years of life and I live in Karabdinni, Manvi Taluk, of Raichur district. I have two daughters who are already married and settled with their families in the neighboring city. I lost my wife when was at the age of fifty. Now I am single, I do seasonal agricultural coolie work and my earnings somewhat sufficient to lead my daily life. Seven years back I had a polio attack and my leg was infected and due to this I suffered a lot. Now I am very weak and not able to walk or even earn for my life. Secondly I have none to support me at this age. Three years back I came to know about the government scheme for which I could apply and get my pension for my sustainability. But I tried more than fifteen times by going to Taluka office by taking with me the necessary documents for approval; Even then I could not succeed in this regard.

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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