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ANNUAL REPORT 2015


One in three of the world’s poorest people live in India, the world’s second-fastest growing economy.

* source: World Bank


REHAB INDIA FOUNDATION

CHANGING

LIVES


“Give a man a fish; you have fed him for one day. Teach a man to fish; and you have fed him for a lifetime� Chinese Proverb


CONTENTS 09

REDISCOVERING INDIA

11

ACTIVITIES LOCATION

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DEFINING REHAB ACTIVITIES

14

5 YEAR PLAN OF VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (VDP)

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EDUCARE

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HEALTH CARE

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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NATION BUILDING

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CLUSTER PROGRAMME

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QURBANI 2014

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IFTAR FOOD-KIT 2014 DISTRIBUTION

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DRINKING WATER PROJECT

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ALL HANDS MEET

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FIELD VISIT

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HIGHLIGHTS OF VDP ACTIVITIES IN 2014

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MESSAGE FROM CHAIRMAN

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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2014 AUDITED REPORT

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CHANGING LIVES


REDISCOVERING INDIA

Tall and posh buildings and tower in towns like Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai cannot give us the real picture of India. There are more to what we actually see. India as a nation faces several serious problems. Regrettably, millions of people of our country do not have access to many basic amenities. They have been lagging behind in the fields of education, civic amenities, health, shelter facilities and economic well-being. While India’s economy continues to rapidly grow, hundreds of millions of people across the country still live with poverty, malnutrition, unhygienic living conditions and without access to clean drinking water. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care. India ranks lower in schooling than Pakistan and Bangladesh. UNESCO says India’s illiterate population is the largest in the world. India has the highest number of child labourers in the age group of six to fourteen years, says UNICEF. Rehab India Foundation is committed to help people to meet their basic needs. We hope to break down stereotypes and the false distinctions between the so-called winners and losers, rich and poor, the needy and charitable, by serving them with respect and admiration they rightfully deserve. During this year, the focus has been to address issues on education, child health, malnutrition, child protection, women’s empowerment and sustainable livelihoods. The programme activities were geared towards finding solutions for these core developmental issues confronting the poor and marginalized families in our communities. Our activities span across India. We aspire to facilitate an equitable, caring and sustainable society where people are free from poverty and illiteracy. Our goal is to provide basic amenities equally to all human beings at large and contribute in the holistic development of the society so that everybody has equal access to education, livelihood, better health and economic opportunity. We are striving hard to put on our best and help the people who are suffering and are in desperate need of help. Rehab has evolved many projects right from basic amenities such as food, shelter, clothing, education, etc. We have developed many initiatives and programmes for the welfare of the deprived people. Village Development Programmes, Educare Programmes, Healthcare Programmes, Home to Homeless, etc. helped in their social and economic development. We work to bring changes in the lives of underprivileged people. Through all this initiatives strives to bring changes in the lives of underprivileged people. These initiatives of Rehab India Foundation go a long way in enhancing the lives of people in rural areas. We stand to achieve our goal of promoting development and sustainable livelihoods empowering people throughout the backward and rural region to reach out and improve their standard of living with our best possible services and support. Annual Report I

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3,539

72

69

NO. OF ENROLLED STUDENTS

NO. OF EDUCARE TEACHERS

NO. OF HOME TO HOMELESS HANDED OVER

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4,095

25

NO. OF FREE MEDICAL CAMPS HELD LAST YEAR

NO. OF HEALTH-CARE BENEFICIARIES

NO. OF DRINKING WATER PROJECTS COMPLETED LAST YEAR

63

946

11,817

NO. OF RUNNING SELF-HELP GROUPS

NO. OF SHG + LOAN BENEFICIARIES

NO. OF DRINKING WATER PROJECTS BENEFICIARIES

17,115

953 369,648

NO. OF IFTAR KIT 2014 BENEFICIARIES

NO. OF VILLAGES COVERED FOR QURBANI 2014

NO. OF QURBANI 2014 BENEFICIARIES

3

31

41,803

NO. OF INITIATED CLUSTER PROGRAMMES

NO. OF RUNNING VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

NO. OF VDP BENEFICIARIES


Jasola Educare

3. No Jaraguri

Mustafabad Kalaigar

Gourhar

Salbari

Bansibari

Tubkitola

Bhodutulla Champi

Joyma

Rehab Model Village

Talera Akundabaria Mohaldapara Borjumla Kohitpur Hajipara Dhumpara Balagacchi Kabilpur Solua Jugore

Puram Pangan Tabi

Holagunda Nandamuri Nagar Nizamuddin Colony

Sonia Gandhi Colony

Nandavaram Gareeb Nagar Eidgah

Valinokkam

ACTIVITIES LOCATION

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REHAB ACTIVITIES & PROGRAMMES

The following are the major activities carried out by Rehab:

The main categories of development include:

1. VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (VDP)

EDUCATION

A 5-year plan for the all-round upliftment of a chosen village

2. CLUSTER PROGRAMME

Enrolment Campaigns I Tuition Programme Teachers Training I School Kit Distribution I Parents Teachers Meeting I Rehab Talent Search Exam I Master in Social Work (MSW) I Master of Communication & Journalism (MCJ)

Development of neighbouring villages (more than 3 villages) in the same pattern used for VDP

3. REHAB MODEL VILLAGE Creating a model village of excellence almost out of nothing

HEALTH CARE Medical Camps I Health & Hygienic Awareness I Mobile Medical Unit

4. HOME TO HOMELESS Helping those shortlisted from the most needy to fulfill their dream of having their own houses.

5. INFORMATION CENTRE Bridging the gap between the Government and the common man, by building a centre where information / help is readily available even in the remote villages

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Micro-financing I Padosi (Self-Help) Groups I Tailoring Training Programme I Animal Rearing Programme I Farmer support Schemes I Partnership farming I Individual employment support - Zari, Beedi, Jute, Shops, Cycle Rickshaw, Tela Van, Bamboo Agarbatti Stick, Mango, etc I Skill Development Programme I Counselling on Banking

6. DRINKING WATER PROJECT Ensuring access to clean and safe drinking water to people

7. FOOD KIT DISTRIBUTION Distributing yearly Qurbani meat and Iftar kit during the month of Ramadan, to the poorest of the poor.

8. DISASTER MANAGEMENT In areas of conflict/disaster, Rehab works towards empowering communities and protecting the lives and dignity of the victims, eventually rehabilitating them.

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NATION BUILDING Celebrating National Holidays I Commemorating Historic & other patriotic events


“Education imparted by-heart can bring revolution in the society.” -Moulana Abul Kalam Azad

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5 Year plan Village Development Programme

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Permanent Building Village Management System Parent Teachers Associations Panchayati Raj Village Governance Body

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Education, Enrolment drives Parent counselling Semi-permanent set up Mindset change Healthcare, Hygienic concepts Preventive Medical Awareness

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Transition Phase Sync Parents with Teachers (to school) Sync People with Primary Health care Sync People with Government scheme

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Economic development Initiation: Farming, Tailoring, Milking Cows, Small shops, Cooperative society Structured Tuition Programme Self-Help Group Job oriented training

Declaration of hand over Autonomous village programmes


EDUCARE

Rehab India Foundation always gives exclusive emphasis for the education of the poor and povertystricken children of our country.

level and end up as labourers. It provides support for students to enroll in Tuition Centre to pursue their passion and bring out their talents.

Rehab India Foundation aim to ensure that each child of marginalized sector is educated and come up in flying colours. The objective of Rehab Educare is to provide comprehensive education in the villages.

School Kit Distribution

Holistic Development Centres There are many reasons for children for not going to school. They may have to walk a long distance to school, they may not have food to eat at home, and there might be no teacher and so on. Cost is one of the major obstacles of education. Many children go through life without gaining a proper education due to parents sending children to work in an attempt to bolster and supplement the household income. Children in rural areas continue to be deprived of quality education owing to factors like poverty, lack of competent and committed teachers, lack of textbooks or teaching-learning materials, and so on. To address this problem, Rehab India Foundation is running free Tuition Centres, to make less privileged children competent enough to compete with the privileged. It is for young students who perform poorly in their academics and dropouts at the primary

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Rehab India Foundation nurtures school children in the remotest parts of various states, where the families are very poor and underprivileged and cannot afford to spend on the basic things needed for their child’s education. We disbursed School stationery Kits to the underprivileged children of economically weaker section. School Stationery Kit consists of School bag with 5 Note books and Pencil box with Pen, Pencil, Scale, Sharpener and Eraser.

Parents-Teachers Meeting & Enrolment Campaign Education in India has improved dramatically over the last three decades. Schools are accessible to most children; but both student enrollment and attendance are at poor level in rural areas. This is because, the parents are not aware of the importance of education to brighten the future of their children. Parents meetings are conducted in order to discuss about the children’s performance and activities and enlighten the parents on the importance of education. Regularity and attendance of the students are also discussed during these meetings.


Enrollment campaigns are also organized. The purpose of this campaign is to create awareness among the parents and urge them to enroll the school going and dropout children in the Rehab Tuition Centre in order to impart quality education to them.

knowledge and quality education. We concentrate on the academic excellence and give due consideration to extend our tuition centre as centre of holistic human development and to bring out the hidden talents and potentialities of our children

Enrollment campaigns are also organized. The purpose of this campaign is to create awareness among the parents and urge them to enroll the school going and dropout children in the Rehab Tuition Centre in order to impart quality education to them.

With the firm belief that the educated mind alone cannot only eliminate the social evils but also aid in the socio-economic upbringing of the society. Rehab India Foundation provides a platform to the poor and impoverished children for better learning and brightening our tomorrow. This is a challenge that Rehab India Foundation takes head on and strives to educate and up skill the children, in order to make them educationally sound.

Educational Assessment Educational assessments were held to determine the student’s proficiency and knowledge in the main subjects English, Mathematics and Regional languages. The students were categorized into three groups based on their age factor. The reason for this assessment is to evaluate the educational standard of the students. Only after determining the standard of proficiency and knowledge of the students, appropriate teaching can be given based on where they lag behind. The mode of teaching will be changed based on the student’s requirements and understanding capacity. “As an empowerment right, education is the primary vehicle by which economically and socially marginalized adults and children can lift themselves out of poverty, and obtain the means to participate fully in their communities.” India’s private-schooled, English-speaking urban elite may attract global attention, but they are in the minority. The vast majority of Indian children attend government-run primary schools in rural areas. Rehab India Foundation is committed to raise the level of education and literacy in rural India and help disadvantaged children realize their full potential. The importance of school education lies in the fact that the children of today will become adult citizens of tomorrow. It is education that leads to the road to betterment of a community and the nation at large. It has the potential to change man’s fate and bring him out of poverty. Through education we can shape a child’s future. It is important to educate the mind and heart of the future. We work toward providing appropriate learning opportunities to the rural populace who do not otherwise have access to education and helping the underprivileged children in attaining their right to

Mrs. Hameedunnisa, 32 Housewife (Rehab SHG partner) Akundabaria, West Bengal “As my husband’s income was very low, we found it difficult to manage our daily expenses. On receiving the loan from Rehab India Foundation, I started a small business. By selling the sarees and other fancy materials for instalment, I am now able to earn an amount of Rs.200/- per day and hence, support my family”.

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intervening, reducing, recovering and preventing

EDUCARE DROPOUTS

At present, Rehab have achieved ZERO dropout in many of it’s villages

Education in India has improved dramatically over the last three decades. Schools are accessible to most children; but both student enrolment and attendance are at poor level in rural areas. Drop-outs reduction is very complex and does not lend itself to easy or quick fixes.

WEST BENGAL • • •

ZERO dropout in primary level from Grade 1 to 4 in 7 VDPs except Balagacchi & Borjumla as per enrolment campaign report of Jan ‘15. Monthly Parents Teachers Meeting is being conducted. Bank account has been opened for all students registered in community centres for pre-matric scholarship.

BIHAR • • • •

Bansibari – Rapid decline in dropout from 2012 to 2014 from 86%. Bansibari – 81 applied & 65 children received pre-matric scholarship - Rs 95,600/-. Bodutulla - Decline of dropout from 2012 to 2014 from 83%. Bodutulla – Pre-matric – 124 applied & 68 children received – Rs 32,500/-

ASSAM • • •

ZERO dropouts in primary level from Grade 1 to 5 in Al VDPs as per enrolment campaign report of Jan ‘15. Regular Parents Teachers Meeting. Bank account opening under process for all students registered in community centres for Pre-matric scholarship.


700 600

582

N O. O F D R O P O U TS

500 400 300 200

94

100 0

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8 WEST BENGAL

2012 2013 2014 2015 YEARS OF REHAB VDP EDUCARE ACTIVIT Y

700 600

N O. O F D R O P O U TS

500 400 300 200

252 160

100 0

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BIHAR

2012 2013 2014 2015 YEARS OF REHAB VDP EDUCARE ACTIVIT Y

700 600

N O. O F D R O P O U TS

500 400 300 200 100

165 86 ASSAM

0 2012 2013 2014 2015 YEARS OF REHAB VDP EDUCARE ACTIVIT Y


In India today, 4% of our children never start school.

58% don’t

complete primary schools.

90% don’t

complete school.

REHAB EDUCARE Educating the Young Minds


Muskan, 12 Gourhar village, Bihar “My father works as a carpenter and we live in a rented house. I never used to go to school, as my parents could not afford. Since last year and half, I attend Rehab’s Tuition centre. Here, we get knowledge as well as fun. I now feel more confident than before”.


HEALTHCARE

Rehab India Foundation believes that good health is essential for the survival and economic self-sufficiency of individuals and their communities. Many backward and remote areas in our country lack basic health care infrastructure limiting access to health services at present. A large number of people in rural areas are unable to seek medical help due to variety of economic and social problems. The overall objectives of Rehab India Foundation’s health programmes have been promotion of positive health, prevention of diseases, early diagnosis-treatment and provision of healthy environment.

Mobile Medical Unit – Hospital on Wheels Recognising the paramount importance of health, Rehab India Foundation initiated Mobile Medical UnitHospital on wheels, to reach desperate families who struggle everyday with poverty and lack of health care, Mobile Medical Unit has been envisaged to provide preventive, promotive and curative health care in inaccessible or remote areas and difficult terrains, which are unserved areas under usual circumstances. The mission objective of Mobile Medical Unit is to provide effective, accessible, affordable and accountable and quality health services, to promote healthy lifestyle, to integrate comprehensive primary health care, to prevent and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases, including locally endemic diseases and to serve the people of the poorest households in the remotest parts as they don’t have any clinics or hospitals to their access. Mobile Medical Units constitute one of the key innovations designed to provide health care services at the doorsteps of the rural people. Mobile Medical Unit is a van equipped with all basic medical equipment and medicines with a qualified doctor, pharmacist etc., to provide preventive and curative health care at the door steps of the rural people especially those living in remote and far flung, so that Annual Report I

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the immediate health care needs of the impoverished people can be assessed and treated, and proper referrals can be made when necessary. The MMU vans will visit the people on regular basis offers services such as medical consultation, dispensing free quality medicines, conducting medical counselling etc. Our mobile medical unit delivers preventive health care, educate and create awareness among people. Taking health care services to the doorsteps is the principle strategy behind this initiative and is intended to reach underserved areas. Starting Mobile Medical Units to cover underserved and uncovered areas like remote villages, tribal areas where there is no medical facility is a great boon for the patients.

Free Regular Health Check-ups In many parts of the world, easily preventable and treatable diseases are causing death and long term suffering to millions due to lack of proper health care. With our consistent efforts and deeds we always wanted to improve the condition of people. This medical camp will help people to get health benefits. Generally large segments of India’s urban slum and rural tribal populations do not have access to safe and reliable healthcare. Rural families suffer because of lack of doctors and no knowledge of hygienic practices. Being healthy becomes an important issue. To address the concern providing such initiatives are very important. The medical camp was organized in various villages. Numerous people were benefited through this medical check-ups. Medicines and dispensaries were also provided.

Medical Awareness Campaigns Everywhere a person looks, and everywhere a person’s eye can see, there are people struggling with so many diseases.


“The groundwork of all happiness is good health”.

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The main objective of the awareness campaigns is to advert public health problems and provide the public with the necessary information and knowledge about the threatening diseases. Tuberculosis Awareness Campaign, Swine Flu Awareness Campaign, Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination & Awareness Campaign, Vision Screening Campaign, Handwash Programme and HIV Awareness Campaign were held successfully. During this campaigns and awareness programmes, the Doctors also explained the rural folks about diagnosing the diseases earlier so that it can be treated soon and can be halted from spreading further. Even though our government is taking all the efficient steps to prevent the diseases and improve the health care of the people, all the schemes and strategies introduced by the government is not reaching the people living in the remotest areas of our country. Society is an important part of our lives and therefore growth and upliftment of society is very important for overall growth. There is an enormous lack of knowledge in the community surrounding several health (physical and mental) and environmental issues. The reality is some of them are extremely common, affecting numerous number of people each passing year around us. Therefore these events and awareness campaigns are a fantastic opportunity for people to learn about issues that exist within and around them. With our consistent efforts and deeds we always wanted to improve the condition of people. This initiative of Rehab India Foundation helps the destitute and impoverished people of the society to have access to basic medical and health care. We strive to empower people throughout the backward and rural region to reach out and improve their standard of living with our best possible services and support.

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Mrs. Shaika Jaithun, 38 Widow Rehab Model Village, Assam “After the death of my husband, I got into a serious financial crisis. It was not easy to survive without hardship after losing the breadwinner of the family. I found a job for myself and worked in a private tailoring centre and earned Rs. 50/- per day. I faced many problems to satisfy the need of my family members with the meagre income I receive. On receiving the interest free loan of Rs. 7,500/- from Rehab India Foundation, I was able to purchase a sewing machine with electric motor. I started my own business. Now I am able to earn around Rs. 5,000/- per month�.


“There is no tool for development more effective than empowerment”.

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

The most distressing feature of our social system is that we have at present, great disparities in incomes and lifestyles. On one hand we have millionaires and billionaires. On the other hand, we have teeming millions who cannot make both ends meet and a weak economic condition. Empowerment enables the people of our community to increase control over their lives and shape their life for better. Rehab India Foundation has developed many programmes and initiatives in order to uplift and improve the lifestyle of the backward and impoverished people. Economic Development is one among our projects. Rehab India Foundation provides disadvantaged people with interest-free, collateral-free microcredit to help them secure a stable future. With microfinance loans, businesses are set up, individuals and families prosper. By giving access to funds, communities are able to increase productivity and lift themselves out of poverty.

Interest Free Loan Distribution Loan distributions were planned proportionately. Firstly, announcement were made regarding provision of loan. It is followed by receiving applications, explanation of credit system, individual interviews and verification of economic condition of the applicants. Loan is distributed after several processes to ensure that the most deserving are benefited out of it. These interest free loans are given to the deserving people of underprivileged society. Instead of worrying about getting a job and low salary, with this they are able to support themselves and their families.

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We single out the most deserving people and help them to start up their own business with which they can earn a living through their own labour and small business. They can be self -reliant and can support their family economically. They organize to build their own strength and meet challenges.

Self Help Groups Self Help Groups is a simple yet effective way of reaching out to improve the livelihood of the rural poor women. The group enables its members to gain their identity as individuals, while realizing and utilizing the immense power of mutual aid. It provides them with a platform from where they can access banks and public services and spearhead changes that affect them as poor women. Rehab India Foundation has under its Economic Development programme has initiated many projects; organizing SHG’s is one of them. Through the Self-Help Groups the women are provided guidance, supported and assisted. The SHG promotes small savings among members. Meetings are organized frequently in order to motivate and encourage members. Through this initiative, the rural poor women will be encouraged to save and utilize their savings to cultivate self - reliance and confidence. They will be made independent and will also reduce dependency on money lenders. These SHG’s will be a common platform for female the members to discuss and solve their problems. Instead of supporting people only financially, we aim to improve their livelihood; so that they can stand in their own feet.


Around 70% of the people in india are living on an average daily income of Rupees 20!

“1000

kids below the age of 5 die everyday in India” Around 1,000 children below the age of five die every day in India from diarrhoea, hepatitis-causing pathogens and other sanitationrelated diseases, according to the report of United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

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year.

Skill Development Training Our support doesn’t end with finance. We also ensure that growth is nurtured by providing skills training. The women were given technical training to enable them to find self-employment. The members of the SHGs’ are trained through “Tailoring Training Centre”. This training centre is established with the aim to impart training and skill up gradation of rural women geared towards entrepreneurship development. Training program on raw incense stick (agarbatti) making were also held. The purpose of this Skill Development Training Programme is to create awareness about the booming small-scale industry of incense sticks, which has made its presence felt even in the international market. Many people in the rural region have no sufficient financial income to support their family and satisfy their basic needs. They need a source of income to placate them. These Skill Development Training Programmes will link the SHG members with livelihood options with a sustainable source of income activity which they can do along with managing their household and other activities.

Self - Employment Opportunities In India, self - employment has been recognized as an essential force of development in rural areas. It has emerged as a strategy designed to improve the socio-economic life and mainly focuses on extending the benefits of development to the poorest in the rural areas improving their standard of living and selfrealization. It is not easy to take up a business; there are various problems which have to be overcome resolutely. Skills and monetary factors are very imperative in a business. Some people though they have skill and interest, they doesn’t have favourable environment to utilize their talents Through Rehab’s Economic Development Programme, SHG members will gain livelihood options with a sustainable source of income activity which they can do along with managing their household and other activities. The poor women of the village can acquire the skill and they can help themselves. Their economic condition will be improved from extreme poverty. This initiative facilitates income generation throughout the Annual Report I

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Previously, these people were not able to cope up with the world. As they are illiterates they were not able to find occupation which can enable them to earn enough for themselves and for their families; they were not able to end the hunger of their children. They were leading a marginal and miserable life. They were economically weak. With this aid, we tackled the root cause of poverty so that they will be able to support themselves and their families.

Empowering Women “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation” - Brigham Young. There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women. Women empowerment and economic development are closely related: in one direction, development alone can play a major role in driving down inequality between men and women; in the other direction, empowering women may benefit development. Guidance Programme were also conducted frequently in order to educate them. Through this programme, women are educated on various topics such as acquiring education to gain knowledge, starting small businesses by joining Self Help Groups etc., maintaining their families and bringing up their children in a disciplined manner etc. The rural people especially the female are deprived of their social and economic benefits and mostly these families are of below poverty line. They do not have employment opportunities. Through our initiatives, we provide them various opportunities, with which they can uplift their living. Our country can hold head up high only when there is full employment and good standard of living. Rehab India Foundation is working towards strengthening the livelihoods of poor and marginal groups and developing a sustainable environment by empowering them. He concluded his speech with the words, “If you don’t help yourself, nobody will”.


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EAST ZONE PARTNERSHIP FARMING - 13

Rs 118,000

MILCH ANIMALS - 28

Rs 342,000

QURBANI ANIMALS - 41

Rs 341,950

SMALL BUSINESS - 31

Rs 241,000

TOTAL ED - 113 Rs 1,043,050

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GUNTUR A CASE STUDY Started with 45 WOMEN in 2012 Total loan given out: 345,000 RUPEES Loan spent on: BUSINESSES (FRUITS, TAILORING, SOAPS, FOOD, VEGETABLE) Loan repayment amount: 285,000 RUPEES (i.e. more than 82%)

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It is estimated that only 18% of the total rural population of 833 million Indians have access to treated water. About 38 million people are still affected by waterborne diseases every year, of which over 75% are children

* source: World Health Organisation (WHO)


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NATION BUILDING

1st January: New Year Celebration Jasola, Delhi: All corners of the globe usher 2015 and bid goodbye to 2014. There will be always excitement that comes with the fresh start of the New Year. The New Year 2015 was welcomed cheerfully by the students of Jasola Rehab India Foundation’s Community Centre. Ms. Anjali Puniya a Social worker joined the students to celebrate this occasion. Cultural programmes including dance, songs etc were performed.

18th January: Voter’s ID Enrollment Awareness Campaign Andhra Pradesh: On knowing the ignorance and problems faced by illiterate rural people in registering themselves to vote, a one-day campaign for “Voter’s ID Enrollment Awareness” was organized. The campaign was held on January 18th, 2015 in Nizamuddin Colony of Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh. The purpose of organizing this campaign is to educate the rural and illiterate people on the importance of voting.

24th January: National Girl Child Day Celebrations Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Haryana: National girl child day is celebrated every year on 24th of January as a national observance day for the girl child. It is celebrated to increase the awareness among people about all the inequalities faced by the girl child in the society. In order to bring awareness to the backward, rural & illiterate people Rehab India Foundation organized events and programmes. National Girl Child Day was celebrated in Mustafabad and Gourhar of Uttar Pradesh, Kalenjar of Haryana & Talera of Rajasthan. Various competitions were held exclusively for the girl children. Winners were awarded with prizes.

26th January: Republic Day Celebrations India’s 66th Republic Day was celebrated with great gusto and patriotic fervor in the villages of Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Assam, etc. Tricolor National Flag was hoisted by the Chief Guests Annual Report I

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in each village. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity. To mark the importance of this day, a grand celebration was held in the Community & Tuition centers. Various cultural activities, sports competitions, etc were organized for the students. Through this celebration the children were exposed to the essence of the Republic Day through variety of activities.

8th March: Women’s Day Celebrations Andhra Pradesh & Haryana: International women’s Day was celebrated in Nandavaram & Hlagundha of Andhra Pradesh and Kalenjar of Haryana with enthusiasm. Many women and adolescent girls were participated in the programme. Encouraging speeches on women development, role of women in development of the village and Programmes and projects of Rehab India Foundation were explained in the programme Community members were also motivated to safeguard the girls and respect the women and to help them in their progress. They were also enlightened on the importance of women empowerment in our modern society and also described the importance of women education in this contemporary society.


“... if anyone saves a life, it shall be as though he has saved the lives of complete mankind.�

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REHAB CLUSTER PROGRAMME With a view to maximise the utilisation & benefit of our projects and programmes, Cluster Programme has been introduced. The primary concept of this programme is to choose a group (cluster) of backward villages in the same region. Instead of providing the amenities to one particular village, the villages around can also be benefited through this programme. Initiatives such as Information centre, Community centre, Tuition centre, Library, Pharmacy, etc. can be shared by the group of villages. Hence, Rehab can reach more deprived people.

Jasola Educare

Initially, the programme will be implemented in the state of Bihar. 10 villages in the Kathihar district has been chosen to be developed this year. The project and programmes implemented will be utilised by the villages and they will be benefited through it. Through the programmes and projects, Rehab hopes to change the lives of the destitute people.

Mustafabad

Gourhar

Bansibari

Tubkitola FIRST REHAB CLUSTER PROJECT BIHAR

Bhodutulla Champi

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3. No Jaraguri

Salbari

Rehab Model Village

Akundabaria Mohaldapara Borjumla Kohitpur Hajipara Dhumpara Balagacchi Solua

Jo


ONE VDP

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MORE NEIGHBOURING VDPS

=

REHAB CLUSTER PROGRAMME

SHARING RESOURCES

Highlights Cluster COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

TATA DHAN ACADEMY RECOMMENDED

People Institution, Easy to coordinate

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

DEMAND GENERATION

Block level: PHC, School, Banks

INFORMATION CENTER

17 States 200+ Districts , 100 Districts, 1000 VDP SPONSOR PMO

PARTNERSHIP FARMING

Marketing, Sales and Cash-flow RIPPLE EFFECT


QURBANI 2014 NO OF DISTRICTS

103

NO OF VILLAGES

953

851 GOAT 200

BUFFALO

AMOUNT SPENT

During the Eid Al Adha celebrations every year, Rehab distributes the Qurbani meat to the poor villagers, for some of whom it is the only meat supply in the whole year. The beneficiaries of the meat distribution are chosen through the Rehab’s rigorous selection criteria. During last year, Rehab India Foundation distributed Qurbani food kits containing a total of 85,000 kg of meat among poor villagers. Rehab celebrated Eid with joy & gaiety in twelve States of India namely Assam, West Bengal, Manipur, Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan with 78,606 families. Very happy with the aid packages they received, SK Muneer, Gopal, Sajan said, “They shifted from West Bengal to Delhi in search of a good job which will help in the betterment of their life and standard of living. But their hope failed. At last they have to live in Ghazipur dairy farm in East Delhi. They collect things like plastic, Iron, Aluminum, polythene, bottle, paper etc. from garbage, sell it to the Kabbadi (who buy the old thing) and earn money for their livelihood. They don’t have sufficient money to celebrate the Eid festival. They thanked Rehab India Foundation wholeheartedly for providing Qurbani kit to celebrate the festival delightfully”. Annual Report I

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12,506,603

NO OF KITS

78,606

NO OF FAMILIES

76,362

BENEFECIARIES

369,648 AMOUNT COLLECTED

906,200


IFTAR FOOD-KIT DISTRIBUTION 2014

During the month of Ramdhan, Rehab approaches the bighearted philanthropists for collecting their generous donations in the form of Sadaqa/Zakat, which substantially help in alleviating the sufferings of the less fortunate and provide them an opportunity to share the joy of giving in the blessed month. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy, General Secretary of Rehab India Foundation inaugurated the distribution of the Iftar Kits to the poor families. Each kit was worth Rs. 1547, every food kit includes 10 Kg rice, 15.300 Kg atta, 2 Kg Gram,1 Kg Salt, 100 gm Ghee, 1 Packet Chana Powder, 2 Kg souji, 2 Kg dal, 1 Kg maida, 2 Ltr. cooking oil, 3. 94 Kg onion, 0.5 Kg spices, 200 gm tea and3 Kg sugar.

STATES NO OF KITS

Assam 500 West Bengal 650 Jharkand 200 Manipur 75 Bihar 324 Delhi 215 Eastern UP 190 Western UP 250 Rajasthan 250 Madhya Pradesh 100 Tamil Nadu 250 Andhra Pradesh 406 Maharashtra 50

TOTAL 3460

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WATER FOR LIFE

Water for Life

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DRINKING WATER PROJECT

Providing water for communities that don’t have access to safe and clean drinking water can be life changing.

Acknowledging the importance of access to safe and clean water, Rehab India Foundation has implemented “Drinking Water Project” for the welfare of the people.

Water is an important component of life. It is very essential for sustenance. Accessible domestic water supplies, even if shared by a large number of households, can make more and better-quality water available for family needs, reduce female drudgery and reduce the incidence of debilitating water-borne diseases.

Drinking Water Projects are successfully implemented in various states across our country. Through this Project, the regions which lack clean, safe and hygiene water facilities were identified and provided with regular water supplies. Hand pumps and Water tanks are made available to the impoverished people of our society.

The United Nations considers universal access to clean water as a basic human right, and an essential step towards improving living standards worldwide. It is evident that even today; many of our villages do not have access to safe and clean water.

Safe drinking water and improved sanitation can give these people and their children a chance for healthier, happier lives. Rehab India Foundation strives to advance the health and well-being of the impoverished and destitute by improving access to clean water, public health and primary care.

In fact, studies have found that water supplies are often at the top of the list of what the rural poor ask for themselves. Many villages in our country still lack even a communal well with a hand pump. As they do not have access to clean and safe water in their locality, they are forced to travel a long way to get water. At the same time, the impoverished and destitute people are not in a position to spend money for availing water for themselves. Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Children are especially vulnerable, as their bodies aren’t strong enough to fight illnesses. Time spent walking and resulting diseases keep them from school, work and taking care of their families. We recognizes the importance of clean and hygienic water assets to the poor. Access to safe water is foundational to the development of any community.

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Distribution of Drinking Water Projects during 2014-15


Mrs. Syeda Kurshid, 65 Widow Balagachhi Village, West Bengal “I sell rice bags for instalments and get my due from customers’ every week or month. I utilised the interestfree loan amount of Rs. 7,500/- from Rehab, for the development of my business. Now I am satisfied, with a sustainable and honourable income”.


ALL HANDS MEET 2014

“I would say that if the village perishes India will perish too. India will be no more India. Her own mission in the world will get lost.”- Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. The quotation of Gandhiji clearly expresses the importance of village development. Sustainable rural development is vital to the economic, social and environmental viability of the nation. It is evident that till after years of independence, villages of India have not developed yet. Rehab India Foundation’s Chairman and General Secretary along with the Rehab team members visited the villages of Assam & West Bengal. The purpose of this visit is to examine the improvement in the villages after implementation of Rehab India Foundation’s projects and initiatives. The visit was for 5 consecutive days; first 3 days in West Bengal and last 2 days in Assam.

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Rehab India Foundation is working in 9 villages of West Bengal for more than 2 years. Our prime intention is to develop all the villages of West Bengal into an ideal village, where people can enjoy all the amenities. The main purpose of this visit is to get to know and inspect the works accomplished in the past 2 years.

VISIT TO WEST BENGAL DAY - 1 Inauguration of Sewing training centre The team members firstly visited the Kabilpur village. In order to provide employment to the people of the village, sewing training centre has been initiated. The


ribbon-cutting and inauguration ceremony was held on 05.11.2014. The training centre was inaugurated by Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker. General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy said we should not get from others, rather we should give others. By telling few words about Rehab, he concluded his speech. “We understand your needs. Rehab is working in 40 villages. We are people from different states working with same intention to develop different villages” said Chairman Mr. Abubacker.

Tuition centre inauguration In Balagachi village, Chairman E. Abubacker inaugurated Rehab Tuition Centre in the village of Balagachi. Field officer Mr. Shoukath illustrated the initiatives of Rehab India Foundation. Community teacher Mr. Prakash Chandra Das said that, only after the establishment of Rehab’s community centre, the children of the village have been enrolled in school. Till then no child was enrolled in the school. “Rehab is providing pleasant opportunities like providing scholarships to poor and needy children. We are taking all possible efforts to educate each and every child. Rehab is working towards developing education, health and uplifting the standard of living of the poor” said General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy. Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker advised the parents to be concerned about their children’s education.

Meet with SHG members In Kohitpur village, a meeting was organized with SHG members. Mr. Shoukath Ali described briefly the works of Rehab India Foundation. Followed by Mr. Shoukath Ali, General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy while addressing the gathering said that he is very pleased to see the development of the SHG women. Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker on addressing the audience said that he is overwhelmed to see such a drastic change in the village. He advised them to work thoughtfully. He further said that, the village need to be improved with other amenities like hospital, college and employment opportunities and all these rights should be acquired from the government.

Water Project inauguration In Popra village, people were facing issues with water availability. Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker inaugurated the water faucet. They do not have access to clean and hygienic water. The women of the village were bothered that due to unavailability of clean water,

the children of the locality do not go to school. Nevertheless, their problem was solved with Rehab Drinking Water Project.

DAY - 2 Guardian Awareness Programme A public meet was organized in which National Women Front President Ms. Nasima Khathoon instructed the people on how to thrive in their lives. She said acquiring knowledge on worldly things is also necessary. She emphasized on the importance of education and brotherhood in our society. In his speech, General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy expressed that, educational status, health and economic development should be taken care of. He advised the women of the village to send their children to school regularly and highlighted why education is necessary for a society. Cultural programme was organized.

Educare Programme A public meeting was organized in Mohaldapara. The team was welcomed by the community centre in-charge. Cultural programme was also organized. Project coordinator Mr. Nabid Hussain illustrated about Rehab India Foundation’s work. Secretary Mr. Remiz Muhamed addressed the gathering. He communicated with the children present there and got to know about their future goal. The children replied enthusiastically regarding their ambitions. Secretary Mr. Remiz Muhamed assured the children saying Rehab will be always there for them whenever they are in need.

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Mrs. Ruhi, 42 House-wife Salbari, Assam “My husband does not have consistent income. He simply collects plastics and other garbage and sell them to the scrap dealers. He gets very little money from selling them, with which we can hardly control our hunger. It is not easy for us to have good food even during festivals. But thanks to Rehab we have been able to celebrate Eid ul Adha as our family got a long cherished and our best feast of the year through the Qurbani food kit distribution.�

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Talent search scholarship programme

Scholarships not only reduce the financial burden of the parents but, also motivate the children to study well. A Talent search scholarship programme was held at Borjumala. In the programme, General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrakandy communicated with the children and get to know to know their ambitions. 60 children received the talent search scholarship.

Economic Development programme Economic Development programme was held in Akundabaria. Discussion was made in concern with micro finance, interest free loan, etc provided by Rehab. Various factors necessary for developing the livelihood of the people were discussed.

DAY - 3

Visit to Assam

In Assam riot 2012, many people from the backward communities were left homeless. The wounds of the people are still afresh. Assam being the largest tea producing state in India, accounting to almost 50 percent of the total production, it is considered to be the most important states of India. In the state which is considered to be fertile, people are in very pathetic situation. They do not have homes and other basic amenities. Rehab being the pillar of support to these people, implemented various initiatives for their wellbeing. One of them being establishing a village called “Model village”. Rehab gave shelter to the riot victims in this village.

DAY - 4 Inauguration of Tailoring Centre

All hands meeting In Hajipara, All hand meeting was organized. In this meeting, Rehab India Foundation’s media students, MSW students, VDP in-charges, community centre teachers etc gathered together and were introduced to each other. They discussed regarding various issues. A computer centre was inaugurated for the educational development of the children. On the request of the mobile technician in the village a mobile repairing centre was inaugurated for him. Cultural programme was arranged in Hajipara community centre. Mr. Hasibul emphasized the need of education to people. Speaker of Rehab, Mr. Parvez enlightened the rural folks on how education can change lives. Subsequently, the West Bengal visit was completed.

Tailoring centre was inaugurated in Salbari of Assam. When the team reached the village, they were welcomed enthusiastically. The Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker and General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy were honored by the villagers according to their customs. Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker inaugurated the “Tailoring centre”.

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Village committee meeting

DAY - 5

There are 250 students in the Salbari Rehab Tuition centre. The teacher of the tuition centre welcomed everyone in the team. Tuition centre in-charge Mr. Muzammil described the works of Rehab India Foundation briefly. He also explained the various issues faced by the people of the village. Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker talked about the better edification of living. He concluded his speech after highlighting the importance of education.

Visit to the Rehab Model Village The team visited the model village and communicated with the people. Model village has 60 houses with 45 families living in them. In Model Village, A tuition centre for the educational development of children, Health centre to take care of the health of people, Library to bring awareness among people are established. Rehab Tuition centre has 210 students. Upon reaching the tuition centre, the students welcomed the team by singing songs. Foundation stone laying ceremony was held to officially signify the start of Rehab Community centre at the hands of Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker. Folowed by the ceremony, Key distribution programme was held. 8 families were given houses. General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy advised the people of the village to stay united.

In Joyma camp, people do not have access to any of the basic amenities. Water problem is at the top of all. To satisfy the need of the people, Rehab India Foundation installed a water faucet. Ribbon cutting and inauguration was done by Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker. Women of the village were happy on this initiative of Rehab. Sewing Machine distribution programme was also organized in Joyma camp. The distribution programme was started with recitation of Quranic verses by the students. Followed by the introduction by Field Officer, General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy listened to the problems and issues faced by the people. He advised the people that government cannot give them everything. Self – Employment is also very essential for developing themselves. He also said that Rehab will always be there to help and support them. Then Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker disbursed the sewing machines. After disbursing the sewing machines Chairman motivated the village women saying that they need not depend on any one for anything; they can stand on their own legs and support their families. The programme was completed successfully.

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All hand meet was conducted to scrutinize and review various issues and problems. VDP community members from the Model village, Joyma and 3 no Jaraguri were present in the meeting. Cultural programme was organized. Students actively participated in the programme. Rehab team listened to the problems of the people and thereby gave solutions to it. Chairman Mr. E. Abubacker honored the sponsors in the programme. He talked about the various works of Rehab India Foundation. In his speech he also said that in the forthcoming future, he would like to see a doctor or an engineer from the children of the model village.


FIELD VISIT

General Secretary of Rehab India Foundation “Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy” with few team members visited some of the remote and rural villages of our country. The ultimate purpose or intention of this visit is to inspect whether Village Development Programmes of Rehab India Foundation are useful for the people of the specific regions in all the possible ways.

So, it becomes important that proportionate amount of attention and funds should be spent for the betterment of the rural folk. During this special visit, Rehab Team members came across many depravities and degradation in our society. General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy examined the areas of development which have to be given more attention.

India is one of the largest democratic nations in the world. It has the second fastest growing economy in the world. It has been decades after independence. How much India has developed so far?

Bansibari / Bihar

India has the world’s third largest road network; but at the same time still thousands of Indian villages does not have roads. When India is said to have the second-largest pool of scientists and engineers in the world; the villages in India do not have good doctors and hospitals to treat the sick. When India has 122 billionaires with net assets of Rs 500 crore; 42% of the world’s poor live in India. When some people lives in multistorey apartments; some people lives in roads and slums. Tall and posh buildings and tower in towns like Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai cannot give us the real picture of India. There are more to what we actually see. India as a nation faces several serious problems. Regrettably, millions of people of our country do not have access to many basic amenities. They have been lagging behind in the fields of education, civic amenities, health, shelter facilities and economic well being.

The crew visited Bansibari village in Katihar district of Bihar on 10 November 2014. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy - General Secretary, Mr. Safiullah - Community development Project Coordinator, Mr. Anwar MSW Coordinator, and Mr. Sanaullah - Community development in-charge, Bihar visited the Bansibari Rehab Tuition centre. The students of the Tuition centre were enlightened with the inspirational speech of the General Secretary. Village Committee meet was held following the cultural event in the Rehab Tuition centre. The meet was attended by the Rehab community centre’s committee members, Self Help Group members. In the Committee meet, the savings and future plans of the SHG’s were reviewed and scrutinized. The programme was concluded with Vote of thanks by Mr. Arif Khan – Project coordinator.

Bhoditullah / Bihar Bhoditullah of Bihar was visited by Rehab Team members on 10 November 2014. Primary School of Bhoditullah was visited first. The team members met the Headmaster of the Primary School Mr. Lakshmi

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Prasad. Discussions were made on 100% enrollment of the locality children. Upon reaching the tuition centre, the Rehab team members were received enthusiastically by the Tuition centre students with applauds. There were around 200 students enrolled in the Bhodutullah Tuition centre. Mr. Arif Khan – Project Coordinator welcomed the gathering and delivered the welcome address. Mr. Vasim interpreted the activities of Rehab India Foundation. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy– General Secretary of Rehab addressed the gathering. He advised the students on how to improve themselves and their society through education. Village Committee meet was also held in the village. Committee members and SHG members were present in the meeting. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy enlightened the gathering on various ways to improve their livelihood. The savings and future plans of the SHG’s were reviewed and scrutinized. It is considered notable that after the implementation of Rehab India Foundation’s Village Development Programme (VDP) the number of dropouts has been reduced to a reasonable number and around 200 students has been enrolled in school.

Tubkitola / Bihar On 10 November 2014, Tubkitola of Bihar was visited by the Rehab Team members. Tubkitola village has been selected recently for the Rehab India Foundation’s Village Development Programme (VDP).

was held. Women of the village were enlightened on upbringing children in a disciplined manner. Pregnant women in the village were distributed with iron rich tablets in this campaign. Mr. Afsel Chandrakandy discussed regarding the development of the village with the Village Community members.

Gourhar / Uttar Pradesh Gourhar of Uttar Pradesh was paid visit on 11 November 2014 by Rehab Team. Mr. Afsel Chandrakandy - General Secretary, Mr. Safiullah -Community development Project Coordinator, Mr. Anwar - MSW Coordinator, Mr. Rahid Ali – Field Officer, Najmuzzman – MCJ student and Mr. Arif Khan- Project Coordinator visited the Gourhar Community Centre. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy – General Secretary of Rehab discussed with the teachers of the community centre regarding the education of the village children. He enquired about the number of students enrolled in the Tuition centre and schools and insisted the community teachers to take necessary steps to enroll the dropout kids in the school. Interrogation was made regarding the availability of Pre-matric scholarship to the minority students. Queries on Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) workers visit to the village; regular medical campaign and medicine distribution were also made by the General Secretary. SHGs’ performance, bank accounts, savings were also scrutinized. At the end of the meeting, Mr. Arif Khan advised the students to improve well in their studies. He delivered the vote of thanks and thanked the gathering for their cooperation.

Mustafabad / Uttar Pradesh

There is no school in the locality. The students have to walk faraway to gain education. After visiting the village, General Secretary of Rehab India Foundation Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy discussed about the projects to be implemented for the development of the particular village. First and foremostly, the General Secretary invited the Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) workers to the village to promote health awareness among the villagers. Women awareness campaign

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On 12th November, the Rehab Team members visited Mustafabad in Eastern Uttar Pradesh. The team members Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy - General Secretary, Mr. Safiullah - Community development Project Coordinator, Mr. Anwar - MSW Coordinator, Mr. Jabir - MCJ Coordinator, and Field Officers Mr. Neuman, Mr. Nur Alam, Mr. Jiaul Haq were welcomed delightfully by the students on reaching the Rehab Tuition Centre. Along with the 200 Tuition centre students’, the members of the village committee, the members of SHG, and the parents also participated in the meeting. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy - General Secretary, enlightened the students on the importance of education. He insisted the SHG members to save money and also encouraged the SHG members to


work actively and effectively as a team. Mr. Nur Alam – Field Officer, delivered the vote of thanks at the end of the meeting. The General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy during this special visit, enquired the villagers regarding the medical campaigns conducted by Rehab India Foundation. He ensured if the campaigns are conducted on regular basis and whether the people are satisfied with the service rendered to them.

Sonia Gandhi Colony / Karnataka Rehab crew visited Sonia Gandhi Colony village in Gulbarga district of Karnataka on 6th February 2015. A village committee meeting was held and progress of the preceding 3 months have been reviewed. In the last 3 months, around 50 students including the dropouts were guided through the Tuition centre teachers. As a part of our Healthcare programme, initiative was taken to clean the village, on acknowledging the hygienic factors. Currently, Drinking Water project is on progress which is expected to be completed promptly and will be inaugurated in the 1st week of March. Followed by the village committee meet and progress review, a meeting was organized with the School Head Mistress of the village. She explained that the dropouts are mainly due to poverty. She also promised that she will support Rehab in all the possible ways to reduce dropouts and improve better education. Urban Primary Health Centre was also visited. PHC’s Doctor described the present health status of the residents of Gulbarga. He also suggested the General Secretary to establish a Sub-Centre for the 5000 people in the village with Government aid.

Holagunda / Andhra Pradesh Holagunda village in Kurnool district was visited by the Rehab Team on 7th February 2015. Mr. Insafuddeen interpreted the numerous programmes and projects of Rehab India Foundation which has been completed successfully and the forthcoming projects which will be accomplished soon in the near future. A Village Committee meet was held at the Rehab Tuition centre which was attended by the Rehab community centre’s committee members, Self Help Group members.

In the Committee meet, the savings and future plans of the SHG’s were reviewed and scrutinized. General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy emphasized the importance on savings, which is the prerequisite for investment. He also focused regarding the SHG’s micro finance, interest free loans etc. given by Rehab India Foundation to uplift the impoverished and marginal sector people to improve their standard of living. He highlighted how MSW students of Rehab India Foundation are working effectively on field and assisting the members of SHGs’. Vote of thanks was delivered by Mr. Insafudeen. He thanked all the members present for their support. In the visit it is ensured that there is smooth flow of project.

Nandavaram Crew visited the Nandavaram village in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh on 7th February 2015. Mr. Insafuddeen interpreted the numerous programmes and projects of Rehab India Foundation which has been completed successfully and the forthcoming projects which will be accomplished soon in the near future. A Village Committee meet was held at the Rehab Tuition centre which was attended by the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA workers), Anganwadi teachers, Rehab community centre’s committee members and teachers. ASHA workers and Anganwadi teachers during the meet, assured the SAP members that they will conduct necessary awareness programmes such as Adolescence Education Programme, Health & Hygiene Programme, etc. Through Adolescence Education Programme (AEP) we aim to empower young people with accurate, age appropriate and culturally relevant information, promote healthy attitudes and develop skills to enable them to respond to real life situations in positive and responsible ways. With a view to achieving healthcare in totality, only treatment of diseases is not enough. It is important to impart education and awareness among people. The rural people will be enlightened on the importance of health and hygiene through Health & Hygiene Programme. The programme was concluded with Vote of thanks by Mr. Insafudeen – Project manager. He thanked all the members present for their support. Annual Report I

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Nizamuddin Colony

rural and deprived communities.

Crew visited Nizamuddin Colony village in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh on 7th February 2015.

The construction of the Community centre was as a part of Village Development Programme. It will serve as a multi-purpose community centre.

Loan distribution programme was held and General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy disbursed the loan to the beneficiaries. The beneficiaries expressed their thanks and gratitude to Rehab India Foundation on receiving the loan. General Secretary addressed the gathering and urged the community people to develop themselves and uplift the community.

A public meet was also organized after the inauguration and ribbon cutting. In the meeting, various subject matter related to Village development were discussed.

The crew members also interacted with one of the beneficiary, Mrs. Savitri. She expressed her happiness on how her life has taken a turn for better with the help of the loan provided by Rehab India Foundation. Loan distribution programme being a small initiative of Rehab India Foundation as a part of Economic Development programme, has improved the lives of the beneficiaries considerably to a great extent.

Nandamuri Nagar The team visited Nandamurinagar village in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh on 8th February 2015. Village committee meet was organized. Committee members and community teachers were present during the meet. Educational improvement and growth was scrutinized. Progressive outcome can be witnessed. It has been decided to spot the dropouts and irregular students at home. Healthcare facilities available from the government were enquired during the meet with ASHA and Anganwadi teachers. ASHA workers and Anganwadi teachers ensured that they will lend their support in conducting Awareness programmes to enlighten the community people.

Gareeb Nagar Crew visited Gareeb Nagar village in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradeshon 8th February 2015. During the visit to Gareeb Nagar, newly constructed Community Centre was inaugurated. Retired RD Officer Mr. Nageshwara Rao was present in the programme. Mr. Abdul Waris inaugurated the Community Centre building. Around 150 village people took part in the programme. Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy addressed the gathering and enlightened the community people on the importance of education. He also said that “Education is important to brighten the future of our country. It is mandatory for the development of the Annual Report I

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Mrs. Amirun, 28 She is a widow, whose responsibility is to take care of 2 children. The children are educated in Anjuman high school. She received Rs. 7,500/- loan from Rehab India Foundation and purchased a sewing machine and started her own business. Currently, she is earning an amount of Rs. 150-200 per day. With her earnings, she is now able to support her family.


Eidgah Eidgah village in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh was visited by the crew members on 9th February 2015. Eidgah village being Rehab’s latest VDP, a village committee meet was organized to explain about our objectives and goals. Subject matter regarding various topics related to future village development, project importance and transition plan were discussed. Plans regarding future project implementation for education, economic development were discussed. General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy suggested the committee members to strengthen the village committee.

The village committee meeting which was held in the Rehab Tuition Centre was attended by the Community Centre’s Committee members and Tuition Centre teachers. Subject matters regarding VDP transition plan was discussed elaborately. Preceding the village committee meet, the crew visited the School Head Mistress, Assistant Engineer and Ex-Panchayath President and discussed about the construction of new school building for Higher Secondary students. Problems regarding land acquisition were analysed. Village Committee has ensured the team that the issue will be resolved very soon.

Rehab Tuition centre was visited. General Secretary interacted with the Tuition center’s student and teachers. He enquired regarding student’s education to the teachers and advised them to improve the student’s education.

Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC) Doctor was also visited to get information regarding the health status of the residents. PHC Doctor assured that he will lend his support in future healthcare programmes of Rehab.

Guntur

Followed by the meeting with officials, Community centre which is under construction was visited and the construction progress were evaluated after which the fishermen of the village were met and they were advised to implement some economic projects relating to sea foods.

Guntur of Andhra Pradesh was visited by the Rehab crew members on 9th February 2015. The crew members also interacted with the beneficiaries. The beneficiaries also expressed their happiness on how their lives has taken a turn for better. The beneficiaries has repaid their loan amount within the given period of time. Loan distribution programme being a small initiative of Rehab India Foundation as a part of Economic Development programme. It has improved the lives of the beneficiaries considerably to a great extent. With the income they gain from their occupation, the beneficiaries can support themselves and their families. The outcome of this initiative is incredible. The team also met Andhra Pradesh’s Minority Finance Corporation’s Chairman Mr. Hidayatullah. General Secretary Mr. Afsel Chandrankandy during the discussion with Mr. Hidayatullah, made queries regarding application for Pre-matric and Post-matric scholarship for minority students. The team also notified him regarding the groups who have not received the scholarships yet in spite of being eligible. Chairman Mr. Hidayatullah ensured that very soon the issues will be solved.

General Secretary visited the village to know the present condition of the villages. During the visit, the members interacted with the village people and got to know about their grievances. The team members also suggested various livelihood ideas to improve their standard of living. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care. India ranks lower in schooling than Pakistan and Bangladesh. UNESCO says India’s illiterate population is the largest in the world. India has the highest number of child laborers in the age group of six to fourteen years, says UNICEF. Rehab India Foundation strives for the rights of the impoverished people of our country. We ensure that their rights are not hampered. We empower the people throughout the backward and rural region to reach out and improve their standard of living with our best possible services and support.

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Rehab India Foundation works to tackle both the symptoms and the causes of poverty. We will continue to work closely with local communities through integrated sustainable development programmes that empower people to bring positive, long-term, change to their lives�


HIGHLIGHTS OF THE VDPS IN 2014 • •

VDPs are running successfully in all the started More than 45,000 beneficiaries

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Significant reduction in school drop outs in Rehab Villages ASER driven education impact assessment programme Pre and Post metric scholarship initiatives Bank accounts made available for students Bihar: 130 students availed Rs 128,100 worth of pre-metric scholarships Audio Visual Educational Programmes held in the villages

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Monthly health checkups to need based health camps Mobile Medical Unit – routed through 3 states Assam, WB, and Bihar Cardiology & ENT Camps Eye camps with Arvind Hospital Swine flue prevention programme with PHC Special Health awareness Programmes like TB, AIDS campaigns Potable water Collaborations with Asha workers and PHC

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The concept of savings “Lene Vala to Dene Vala” 53 SHGs of 12 Membes. Total Beneficiaries: 637 Families Savings: 100 Rs per month, total savings: Rs 53,000 per month 27 Nationalised Bank Accounts Government Linkages


Much more can be done, must be done... During the past 10 years, Rehab India Foundation has been blessed to serve hundreds of thousands around the length and breadth of India, recognising that those with wealth have a duty to those with less. However, we feel more than ever the heavy responsibility to humanity and towards our country. In the Rehab activities there is no time to rest, as much more can and must be done. We had once counted success in terms of the money raised to fund life-saving projects, and the number of people we were able to help. Today, our goal is clear – we must help people to lift themselves out of poverty forever so that they may become independent, in the same way that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) encouraged, “I swear in the name of God that it is better for a person to take his rope on his back - instead of asking somebody else to do it for him...” Protecting the dignity of humanity and providing cutting-edge development solutions to poverty and suffering is central to our work. We are also changing the way we work so that we use our resources more efficiently, and building a customised development solution which means we make our decisions closer to the beneficiaries that we serve. In 2014, Rehab India Foundation served more people than ever before. This past year saw us bring about lasting change in new and innovative ways, and minimise the impact of morbidity. As you will/have read in this report, we are continuously pushing ourselves to deepen the impact and effectiveness of our work. We streamlined our internal processes to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of our programmes and our organisation as a whole. Our field programmes reflect our passion for integrated sustainable development, which supports vulnerable people to transform their lives and communities permanently. We remain mindful of our humble beginnings and our values, rooted in the teachings of faith that calls us to restore a human’s dignity. We thank our dedicated staff, our selfless volunteers around the world for all their efforts, our generous donors for their on-going support, and to all those with whom we worked in partnership to reduce poverty and suffering. As always, our passionate thanks go out to all Rehab’s philanthropists – who together make all this work possible. Our donors and supporters have been vital in enabling Rehab India Foundation to get real help to the India’s most vulnerable people. Together we work, together we make difference!! The villages have changed a lot, since we first visited them. Their souls have started ringing festivals and it reflects on their face. Yes, now the Sun rises on the East. E. Abubacker Chairman Annual Report I

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES E. Abubacker Chairman

Prof. Muhammed Sulaiman, Kanpur, UP

Vice Chairman

Afsel Chandrankandy, Bangalore General Secretary

Advocate Hafiz Rashid Ahmed Choudhury, Guwahati

Secretary

Muhammed Remiz, Chennai Secretary

Dr. Haseena Hashiya, Professor, Jamia Millia, Delhi

Treasurer

O. M. A. Salam, Kerala Trustee

Dr. Zafarul Islam Khan, Editor, Milli Gazette, New Delhi

Trustee

Advocate K. M Ashraf, Kerala Trustee A. Sayeed, Kerala Trustee M. K. Faizy, Kerala Trustee

Advocate Bhavani. P Mohan, Tamil Nadu

Trustee

K. S. M. Ibrahim, Chennai Trustee Mehrunnisa Khan, Jaipur, Rajasthan Trustee Abdul Wahid Sait, Bangalore Trustee

PROGRAMME OFFICIALS E. Abubacker Chairman Afsel Chandrankandy General Secretary Muhammed Remiz Programme Manager C. T. Abdurahiman Finance Controller Shahid Aboobacker Strategy & Marketing S. Shafiullah Community Project Coordinator C. T. Sulaiman Director - Access India S. Saravana Kumar Asst. Programme Manager Insafudheen K Asst. Programme Manager Sadeque Hussain Asst. Programme Manager Abdul Rahoof Asst. Finance Manager Syed Anwar MCJ Coordinator Muhammed Jabir MSW Coordinator Nabid Hossain Project Coordinator Sadagar Ali Project Coordinator Arif Khan Project Coordinator Annual Report I

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INDIAN INCOME TAX RETURN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

[Where the date of the Return of Income in Form ITR-1 (SAHAJ), ITR-3, ITR-4S (SUGAM) ITR-4, ITR-5, ITR-6,ITR-7 transmitted electronically with digital signature] Name

PERSONAL INFORMATION AND THE DATE OF ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION

2014-15

PAN AABTR5654C

REHAB INDIA FOUNDATION Flat/Door/Block No

Name of Primises/Building/Village

N-44

GROUND FLOOR 2ND BLOCK

Road/Street/Post Office

Area/Locality

HILAL

JAMIA NAGAR

Town/City/District

State

NEW DELHI

DELHI

Designation of AO(Ward/Circle) E-filing Acknowledgement Number

COMPUTATION OF INCOME AND TAX THEREON

Assessment Year

Form No. which has been electronically transmitted

ITR-7

Status

Pin

AOP(Trusts)

110025 Original of Revised

ADIT/DDIT INV CIRCLE-II 373226071290914

Date(DD/MM/YYYY)

ORIGINAL

29-09-2014

1

Gross total income

1

46342

2

Deductions under Chaptr-VI-A

2

0

3

Total Income

3

46340

3a Current Year loss, if any

3a

0

4

Net tax payable

4

0

5

Interest payable

5

0

6

Total tax and interest payable a Advance Tax Taxes Paid b TDS

6

0

7e

0

7

7a

0

7b

0

c

TCS

7c

0

d

Self Assessment Tax

7d

0

e

Ttotal Taxes Paid (7a+7b+7c+7d)

8

Tax Payable 96-7e)

8

0

9

Refund (7e-6)

9

0

This return has been digitally signed by havubg PAN

ADHPC4492L

AFSEL CHANDRANKANDY

from IP Address 122.161.197.238 on 29-0902014

in the capacity of

General Secretary

at NEW DELHI

Dse Sl No & issuer 1304245516CN=(n)Code Solutions CA 2011-1, OID.2.5.4.51=”301, GNFC Infotower”, STREET=”Bodakdev, S G Road, Ahmedabad”, ST=Gujarat, OID.2.5.4.17=380054, OU=Certifying Autho

DO NOT SEND THIS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO CPC, BENGALURU

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Rehab India Foundation

N-44G/F Hilal Home, Abul Fazal Enclave Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025 RECEIPTS & PAYMENT A/C FOR THE PERIOD FROM 01/04/2013 TO 31/03/2014 Amount. Rs.

Receipts Opening Balance Cash in hand Cash at bank

Receipts

Corpus Fund Bank Interest Donation

Advance eRecovered S E P Delhi Staff Advance Lap Loan

Amount. Rs.

LIABILITIES

und B/f nation Rec, (Corpus Fund) plus

4034523.79 2361608.50 2005502.62

abilties s Payble

110442.00 1648887.21

Amount. Rs.

Salary to Office Staff Book & Priodicals Food Expenses Printing & Stationary 2361608.50 Travelling expense 46341.00 Repair & Maintenance 16829322.21 14421372.71 Telephone Expenses Audit Fee Electricity & Water Expenses 3000.00 Accommodation Exp. 70500.00 84000.00 Advertisement Exp. 10500.00 Internet Expense Periodicals Expense Rehab India Foundation Taxes and Registration N-44G/F Hilal Home, Abul Fazal Enclave Bank charges Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025 Rent BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST ExpensesMARCH 2014 Project

Amount. Rs.

1759329.21

MSW Programme

ASSETS Assam Project Amount. Rs.

Access Programme Delhi-Project VDP West Bengal Model Village Assam 8401634,91 M C J Programme TDS Cash & Bank Balance Fixed Assets28090.00 Schedule 2 5839641.29 Airconditoner Loan & AdvancesFurniture 254681.00 Advance Current Assets150950.00 Advance self help group Advance 78000.00 Camera Loan Students Camera Loan Student14000.00 Security Deposit - Rent Guntur S H G Loan 112500.00 Guntur S H G Loan Lap Loan 81566.00 Lap Loan 75000 Loan For Sep Assam Closing Balance 3825.00 S E P - Delhi Cash in hand Cash at Bank

Fixed Assets Schedule 1

8429724.91 r audit Report u/s 12A(b) of the income tax act, 1961.

Amount. Rs.

Amount. Rs.

2143107.00 3256.00 9857.00 125104.00 115982.00 15215.00 21909.00 53090.00 48410.00 690.00 5000.00 3932.21 1350.00 46350.00 7860.92 139830.00

2740943.13

654829.00 Amount. Rs. 154308.00 25589.00 33600.00 1819561.62 46969.00 48000.00 514626.00 10262.00

1488183.00

Payments Administrative Expenses-Delhi-Office

5839641.29

86600 41500.00

8203214.00 78000.00 112500.00 82070.00 3754893.50

2084747.79 770522.00

8429724.91

18672651.42

128100.00

8475784.00 5839641.29 18672651.42

As per our Audit Report u/s 12A(b) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

r A T J & Associates For A T J & Associates artered Accountants Chartered Accountants m Reg. No. 008648N

For Rehab India Foundation For Rehab India Foundation

inder Singh Saini Tejinder Singh Saini rtner Partner No. 087487 M. No. 087487 w Delhi New Delhi

Aboobacjer AboobackerErappungal Erappungal Chairman

Firm Reg. No. 008648N

28-09-2014 28-09-2014

Particulars

Afsel Chandrankandy Afsel Chandrankany General Secretary General Secretary

Schedule of Fixed Assets

WDV as on 01.04.2013

nd at 256900.00 o. 03, Circle-Bijni, Dist. Bongalgaon)

Schedule 1.

Addition upto September 2013

WDV as on Depreciation Annual Report I 31.03.2014

Addition after September 2013 -

-

-

256900.00

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Rehab India Foundation

N-44G/F Hilal Home, Abul Fazal Enclave Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025

RECEIPTS & PAYMENT A/C FOR THE PERIOD FROM 01/04/2013 TO 31/03/2014

Expenditure

Amount Rs.

Administration expenses Delhi-Office Salary to Office Staff Books & Priodicals Foods Expenses Taxes and Registration Printing & Stationary Travelling expense Repair & Maintenance Telephone Expenses Postage Expenses Audit Fee Electricity & Water Expenses Accommodation Expenses. Advertisement Expenses. Website Expense Accounting Charge Internal Audit Fees Bank charges Rent Depreciation

2281322.00 6998.00 122965.00 46350.00 162235.00 442421.00 90828.00 93123.00 6735.00 28090.00 68870.00 13156.00 5000.00 30942.21 25000.00 3000.00 7860.92 181830.00 213242.96

Drinking Water Project As per Annexure-1

292211.00

Assam Project As per Annexure-2

514185.00

Access Programme As per Annexure-3 Education Delhi-Project As per Annexure-4

Amount Rs.

Income Donation - General Purpose Bank Interest

Amount Rs.

Amount Rs. 14421372.71 46541.00

3829969.09

49628.00 74717.00

Assam Projects Food Kit Distribution

2261487.00

Information Centres As per Annexure-5

76303.00

Home to Home Less Project As per Annexure-6

663687.00

M C J Programme As per Annexure-7

670828.00

Project Model Village Assam As per Annexure-8

436980.00

Project MSW Programme As per Annexure-9

973649.00

Project V.D.P Assam As per Annexure-10

631526.00

Project V.D.P South Zone As per Annexure -11

438818.00

Project Village Development Programme As per Annexure -12 Other Expense Emergency Relief S H G Guntur Talent Search programme printing and Stationery Travelling Expense TDS

1504503.00 800.00 30100.00 6605 2244 675 3296.00 8632242.00 12462211.09

SURPLUS

2005502.62 14467713.71

As per our audit Report u/s 12A(b) of the income tax act, 1961.

14467713.71 For Rehab India Foundation

For A T J & Associates Chartered Accountants Firm Reg. No. 008648N Tejinder Singh Saini Partner M. No. 087487 New Delhi

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Aboobacker Erappungal Chairman 28-09-2014

Afsel Chandrankany General Secretary


Rehab India Foundation

N-44G/F Hilal Home, Abul Fazal Enclave Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025

BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH 2014 Amount. Rs.

LIABILITIES

Corpus Fund Balance B/f Add : Donation Rec, (Corpus Fund) Add : Surplus

4034523.79 2361608.50 2005502.62

Amount. Rs.

Amount. Rs.

ASSETS

1819561.62

8401634,91 Cash & Bank Balance 28090.00 Schedule 2

Current Liabilties Audit Fees Payble

Amount. Rs.

Fixed Assets Schedule 1

5839641.29

Loan & Advances Advance Advance self help group Camera Loan Students Security Deposit - Rent Guntur S H G Loan Lap Loan Loan For Sep Assam S E P - Delhi

5839641.29

254681.00 150950.00 78000.00 14000.00 112500.00 81566.00 75000 3825.00

770522.00 8429724.91 As per our audit Report u/s 12A(b) of the income tax act, 1961.

8429724.91

For A T J & Associates Chartered Accountants Firm Reg. No. 008648N

For Rehab India Foundation

Tejinder Singh Saini Partner M. No. 087487 New Delhi

Aboobacker Erappungal Chairman

Schedule of Fixed Assets

28-09-2014

Particulars

WDV as on 01.04.2013

Assam Land at 256900.00 (Village No. 03, Circle-Bijni, Dist. Bongalgaon) Community Center Wb Delhi-Office Premises (N-44G/F Hilal Home,) Abul Fazal Encl. Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-25

Afsel Chandrankany General Secretary

16362.00 337100.00

Schedule 1.

Addition upto September 2013

Addition after September 2013

WDV as on 31.03.2014

Depreciation

-

-

-

-

-

256900.00

-

16362.00 337100.00

12990.00 3041.29 2203.50 2882.06 5046.75 140394.60

73610.00 17233.96 12486.50 16331.69 28598.25 795569.43

26747.00

252077.96

Depreciation 15% Air-conditioner Camera office Equipment Electrical Item Sewing Machine Vehicle Depreciation 10% Furniture Computer 60% Computer

18670.25 19213.75 21645.00 935964.03 208264.95

1605.00 14690.00 0.00 12000.00

47850.00

33229.60

0.00

TOTAL

1847349.58

162745.00

Cash & Bank Balance Cash in Hand Federal Bank (Manjeri) HDFC (Assam Relief) HDFC (Main) HDFC (Central Zone) HDFC (East Zone) HDFC (North Zone) HDFC (South Zone) ICICI Bank

Schedule 2 Amount RS. 375893.50 375129.76 403475.51 872261.76 70565.55 63123.42 102330.14 718.01 197143.64 5839641.29

0.00 0.00 0.00 22710.00

22710.00

19937.76

13291.84

213242.96

1819561.62

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Rehab India Foundation

N-44G/F Hilal Home, Abul Fazal Enclave Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025

Annexure-1 Drinking Water Project Particulars

Well Rajasthan Drinking Water Project Bihar Drinking Water Project W.B. Travelling Expense Labour Charge Material Expense Printing and stationery U.P U.P Travel Expense Assam Food Expense Assam labour charge Assam Material Charge Assam Printing Stationery Assam Travel Expense

Annexure-2 Assam Project Amount. Rs.

78039.00 47423.00 26706.00 4635.00 9200.00 35195.00 1586.00 1474.00 1510.00 2600.00 78718.00 570.00 4555.00

Particulars

Medical Food Mobile Medical Fuel Project Maintenance Mobile Medical Medicines Stationery Mobile Medical Unit Allowance Other Exp. Mobile Medical Shed Exp. Medical Accommodation

292211.00 Annexure-4 Delhi Project Particulars Salary to Tuition Teacher Printing & Stationary Repair & Maintenance Electricity Rent Travelling Expense

Annexure-5 Information Centre Project Amount. Rs.

48800.00 1530.00 980.00 1056.00 21200.00 1151.00

Particulars

South Zone Food Exp. South Zone Printing & Stationary Rent Repair & Maintenance Travelling Expense Electricity & Water

Amount. Rs.

4985.00 2524.00 30000.00 15592.00 14608.00 8594.00

Amount. Rs.

1500.00 349800.00 29246.00 900.00 69826.00 207826.00 11730.00 0.00

Particulars

Food Expense Printing & Stationery Travelling expense

Particulars

Doctor’s Charge Medicine Charge Assam Allowance Printing & Stationery Travelling Exp. Assam Electricity Food Expense Assam Periodicals Postage & Courier Assam Rent Assam Repair & Maintenance Assam Stationery Assam Telephone Trailering Expense Self Employment Assam

670828.00

Amount. Rs.

11252.00 1265.00 37111.00

49628

Annexure-6 Home Less Project Particulars Construction Expense Labour Charge Material Expense Other Expense

76303.00

Annexure-8 Model Village Assam

Annexure-7 MCJ Programme Accommodation Exp. Course Fees (Journalism) Food Exp. Printing & Stationery Travelling Exp. Stipend Training Expense Food Kit

18720.00 93421.00 39802.00 126558.00 4687.00 206950.00 11294.00 11803.00 950.00

514185.00

74717.00

Particulars

Annexure-3 Assam Programme Amount. Rs.

Amount. Rs.

449178.00 82382.00 131522.00 605.00

663687.00

Annexure-9 MSW Programme Amount. Rs.

3000.00 17996.00 128100.00 26374.00 43124.00 3750.00 40247.00 1643.00 381.00 43700.00 70415.00 1707.00 15526.00 9017.00 32000.00

Particulars

MSW Course Fees Food Expense MSW Stiphned Training Expense Printing & Stationery Travelling Expense

Amount. Rs.

291175.00 63351.00 433866.00 16925.00 400.00 167932.00

973649.00

436980.00 Particulars

Annexure-11 V.D.P South Zone

Annexure-10 V.D.P Assam Particulars

Amount. Rs.

Telephone Expense Travel Expense Allowance Construction Food Expense Printing and Stationery Repair & Maintenance Food expense Other expense VDP Bihar VDP Mustafabad VDP Nellore VDP Rajasthan

990.00 7037 91000.00 96608.00 370.00 20168.00 7076.00 241.00 2480.00 284685.00 82124.00 6000.00 32747.00 631526.00

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Amount. Rs.

Travel Expense Allowance Doctor Fees Other Expense Printing and Stationery Repair & Maintenance Food expense Rent Electricity Expense Medicine Distribution

26426.00 254017.00 17000.00 20071.00 10655.00 8615.00 36457.00 53522.00 1644.00 10411.00

438818.00

Annexure-12 V.D.P Particulars Allowance Rent Repair & Maintenance Health Care Construction Expense Community Centre Food Expense Periodicals Postage & Courier Printing & Stationery Telephone Expense Travelling Expense

Amount. Rs.

624700.00 55400.00 81699.00 66592.00 401216.00 116298.00 22453.00 3240.00 701.00 30616.00 25825.00 75763.00 1504503.00


FORM NO. 10B [See rule 17B]

Audit report under section 12A(b) of the Income-tax Act, 1961, in the case of charitable of religious trusts or institutions

We have examined the balance sheet of REHAB INDIA FOUNDATION, AABTR5654C [name and PAN of the trust or institution] as at 31/03/2014 and the profit and loss account for the year ended on that date which are in agreement with the books of account maintained by the said trust or institution. We have obtained all the information and explanations which to the best of our knowledge and belief were necessary for the purpose of the audit. In our opinion, proper books of account have been kept by the head office and the branches of the above named trust visited by us so far as appears from our examination of the books, and proper Returns adequate for the purposes of audit have been received from branches not visited by us subject to the comments given below: In our opinion and to the best of our information, and according to information given to us the said accounts give a true and fair view. (i) in the case of the balance sheet, of the state of affairs of the above named trust as at 31/03/2014 and (ii) in the case of the profit and loss account of the profit or loss of its accounting year ending on 31/03/2014 The prescribed particulars are annexed hereto.

Place Date

New Delhi 29/09/2014

Name Membership Number FRN (Firm Registration Number) Address

TEJINDER SINGH SAINI 087487 008748N 54, FLYOVER MARK ET, DEFENCE COLONY NEW DELHI-110024

ANNEXURE Statement of particulars

I. APPLICATION OF INCOME FOR CHARITABLE OR RELIGIOUS PURPOSES 1.

Amount of income of the previous year applied to charitable or religious purposes in India during that year ( )

12462211

2.

Whether the trust has exercised the option under clause (2) of the Explanation to section 11(1)? If so, the details of the amount of income deemed to have been applied to charitable or religious purposes in India during the previous year ( )

No

3.

Amount of income accumulated or set apart for application to charitable or religious purposes, to the extent it does not exceed 15 per cent of the income derived from property held under trust wholly for such purposes ()

Yes 1959161

4.

Amount of income eligible for exemption under section 11(1)(c) (Give details)

No

5.

Amount of income, in addition to the amount referred to in item 3 above, accumulated or set apart for specified purposes under section 11(2) ()

0

6.

Whether the amount of income mentioned in item 5 above has been invested or deposited in the manner laid down in section 11(2)(b) ? If so, the details there of.

Not Applicable

7.

Whether any part of the income in respect of which an option was exercised under clause(2) of the Explanation to section 11(1) in any earlier year is deemed to be income of the previous year under section 11(1B)? If so, the details there of ( )

Not Applicable

8.

Whether, during the previous year, any part of income accumulated or set apart for specified purposes under section 11(2) in any earlier year(a) has been applied for purposes other than charitable of religious purposes or has ceased to be accumulated or set apart for application thereto, or

No

(b)has ceased to remain invested in any security referred to in section 11(2)(b)(i)or deposited in any account

No

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referred to section 11(2)(b)(ii) or section 11(2)(b) (iii), or (c) has not been utilized for purposes for which it was accumulated or set apart during the period for which it was to be accumulated or set apart, or in the year immediately following the expiry thereof? If so, the details thereof

No

II.

APPLICATION OR USE OF INCOME OR PROPERTY FOR THE BENEFIT OF PERSONS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 13(3)

1.

Whether any part of the income or property of the trust was lent, or continues to be lent in the previous year to any person referred to in section 13 (3) (hereinafter referred to in this Annexure as such person)? If so, give details of the amount, rate of interest charged and the nature of security, if any.

2.

No Whether any land, building or other property of the trust was made, or continued to be made, available for the use of any such person during the previous year? If so, give details of the property and the amount of rent or compensation charged, if any.

3.

Whether any payment was made to any such person during the previous year by way of salary, allowance or otherwise? If so, give details.

4.

Whether the services of the trust were made available to any such person during the previous No year? If so, give details thereof together with remuneration or compensation received, if any

5.

Whether any share, security of other property was purchased by or on behalf of the trust during the previous year from any such person? If so, give details thereof together with the consideration paid.

6.

Whether any share, security of other property was sold by or on behalf of the trust during the No previous year to any such person? If so, give details thereof together with the consideration received.

7.

Whether any income or property of the trust was diverted during the previous year in favour of any such person? If so, give details thereof together with the amount of income of value of property so diverted

No

8.

Whether the income or property of the trust was used of applied during the previous year for the benefit of any such person in any other manner? If so, give details

No

No

No

No

III. INVESTMENTS HELD AT ANY TIME DURING THE PREVIOUS YEAR(S) IN CONCERNS IN WHICH PERSONS REFERRED TO IN SECTION 13(3) HAVE A SUBSTANTIAL INTEREST S. Name and address of No the concern

Where the concern is a company, number and class of shares held

Nominal value of the investment ()

Total

Place Date

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NEW DELHI 29/09/2014

From Filing Details Revision/Original

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Income from the investment ()

Original

Name Membership Number FRN (Firm Registration Number) Address

Whether the amount in col. 4 exceeded 5 per cent of the capital of the concern during the previous year-say, Yes/No

0

TEJINDER SINGH SAINI 087487008748N 54, FLYOVER MARKET, DEFENCE COLONY NEW DELHI-110024


MILESTONES

The concept of Rehab India Foundation was initiated in 2003 2009 - foundation stone unveiled of Rehab Model Village 2011 - Initiation of implementation of Self-Employment Programmes 2012 - handing over of first batch of houses in Rehab Model Village, Assam 2012 - Launching of Padosi SHG programme in Guntur 2013 - Completion of first permanent community centre in Hajippara village, West Bengal 2014 - the new 5 year village empowerment strategy announced 2015 - Multiple villages “cluster model” introduced

© Rehab India Foundation 2015 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of Rehab India Foundation. Contributions to Rehab India Foundation are exempted from Income Tax, under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961, subject to the prescribed limits. (NO. DIT(E) 2011-2012/R-958 dated 30-12-2010) Annual Report I

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