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CHILDRESCUE

EL SHADDAI

Reg. Charity No. 9/Bk.IV/Vol.1

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ANNUAL REPORT 2009-10


Founder’s Letter

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ven in these difficult times of recession and a drop in our Child Sponsorship, the financial support given to El Shaddai has been an enormous blessing. Without it our efforts would have suffered even more and we would have disappointed many of the children in our care.

We opened four new Community Centres. In August 2009, Adarsh for 70 children at Hubli, Karnataka; December 2009, Nav Jeevan Balwadi for 29 children at Mumbai, Maharashtra. In February of this year Blessing for 150 children at Okha, Gujurat and Nirikshay for 60 children at Mysore were also inaugurated. The number of children rescued increased from 2,635 in 2008/09 to 3,500 in 2009/10. Children finding employment after successfully completing their education also increased from 25 in 2008/09 to 30 in 2009/10. Our work in supporting under privileged families and their children in the supply of water didn’t stop. In Karnataka seven boreholes and one in Maharashtra were successfully sunk. These families now have fresh water to drink, water for their crops and water in which to wash. Loan a Goat gave 50 families in Karnataka and Kerala a pair of goats each to provide them with meat, manure to fertilise their ground and milk for the children. Our children attending schools can also look back on a successful year. Positive results were obtained in June of this year. Many will continue for their 12th grade. After education they will have the opportunity to work as trainees in our Homes, schools or offices. Many will be employed as trainees in architect bureaus, hotels, nursing, as mechanics or in carpentry. Further support for impoverished children was given by SCAN-India who organised a rally to observe November 19 as an International Day against Child Abuse, followed by a cultural programme. Their efforts were complemented by the Street Theatre, ‘Fantasia’, taught to our children by Erica and our Italian friends. We thank you for your love and support given in helping us help those who cannot help themselves. El Shaddai’s growth continues thanks to your generosity, donations, clothing and sponsoring of a child. A special thanks to all those who raise money for us in their own countries, with their friends and families. God bless you all. Anita and Matthew


Laxman’s Story Laxman comes from a poor background as his father was a laborer and mother would collect scrap. His father was alcoholic. There was no proper food, shelter or income due to which they were unable to take care of their children. He joined El Shaddai in 1998. From there on he started to improve. Since his father has expired, his sister and brother are living with the mother. He is a very friendly person, always in a happy mood. He has completed his 12th standard. He has done a course in computers. Now he is working in El Shaddai for Stepping Stones as a field worker. He is trying to help the people in need so that they have a better future like he did.

El Shaddai Charitable Trust was founded in 1997 by Ms. Anita Edgar and Matthew Kurian to care and nurture the Homeless and destitute children, giving them a better future. This is a Registered Charity spreading across India. Our Vision: Bringing childhood to children who have never had it. El Shaddai as an organization exists to open Homes and Shelters for the abandoned Street Children and for children coming from economically poor or broken families providing them with the basic necessities of life, so developing their personalities leading to a brighter future. To establish support systems for the weaker sections viz. women & children of our society. To conduct awareness & educational programmes including medical camps among the slum dwellers. Main Objective To provide food, shelter & education to the homeless, poor and destitute/underprivileged children making them responsible citizens. This involves creating and maintaining an environment in which children experience a homely atmosphere.

Main Activities Held in April 2009- March 2010 »» SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) India was inaugurated on 9th June 2009. This branch of El Shaddai is committed to protecting children from abuse and all forms of exploitatation. »» First edition of Inter-school Cricket tournament was organised. »» Teatro Per caso team from Italy organised the annual Fantasia programme. »» A rally was organised on 19th November 2009 (International Day against Child Abuse) from Kala Academy to Azad Maidan. »» Workshops relating to Counselling, Burn out, Mental development, First aid, etc. were periodically conducted. »» Shantiniketan’s Sports Day was conducted on 14th January 2010. »» The construction work on Ochil and Unity Cottage at Mundgod, Karnataka is in progress. »» New Slum Schools have begun operation through our Day Care Centres. »» The construction work on Hospice, which is to be called “House of Norma”, is almost completed and waiting to be inaugurated in April 2010.


Reports

Our Homes & Shelters

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he Children’s Homes are meant for Orphans and abandoned street children. They live in the Homes upto their High School education. Most of these children are educated in our own school. While in the Homes, they are provided with every care. In the year 2009/10 we have seen a marginal increase in the number of Children admitted into our four Homes. This shows that the need still exists. During the last Christmas season, some of the older children were involved in Carol singing. They had a fun time right from the practices to the culmination of the event. Some of our Children took part in the Inter-School Sports Meet organised by the Lions Club of Assagao. Our children performed extremely well and were crowned Champions for the third consecutive year. One of our FOES, Mr Maurizio Pasquoni was involved in imparting football coaching to some of our older boys fter a long wait, the building work of the from the Homes. Hospice is almost completed. We are Our Day Care & Night Shelters located at three anticipating to inaugurate in April 2010. different locations in Goa are doing a wonderful job in It is to be called, “House of Norma”. This reaching out to the community. The number of children visiting our Shelters and being benefitted have considerably ambitious project was made possible by our increased this year. It is a place where any child in distress sponsors and well-wishers who have stood by can come at any time and receive help apart from food and us over the years, campaigning and contributing generously. shelter. Chlidren, like Shannappa from Little Acorns, who have been regularly visiting the Shelter are showing remarkable progress in studies and other curricular activities. Through our Shelters there have been a number of children who have received medical help, not forgetting Lino Lopez, Prem Gurrung, Nagamma and Vipul. Various Social Organisation visited our Shelters and organised programs for our children. Also the Shelters were involved in regular clothes distribution in the slums. There were periodic medical camps organised. Through our Shelters over 25 Slum Schools are in operation. M/s Quality Foods donated a Van for Stepping Stones (Shelter at Margao). It was inaugurated at the hands of Shri Digambar Kamat (Hon. Chief Minister of Goa).

House of Norma

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Shanti Niketan School

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his year marked the 9th Anniversary of the School. From a small beginning in various rooms of a home, to a rented place, the School now boasts of operating in its own premises.The number of children preparing for NIOS “O” and “A” levels have increased. Last year all the students passed with good percentages. Various Competitions and Events were held throughout the year. As usual, we had the students of the whole school divided into four Houses viz; Jupiter, Mars, Neptune and Saturn. This year, Jupiter with 1000 points, stood first. Events like the “Fantastic Car Show” was a hit this year. Model car building was taught by skilled volunteers. Counseling workshop on Child-Centred Attachment was conducted by Mrs. Alexandra Raicar (UK registered Psychotherapist). Besides workshop on Importance of Reading Books was conducted by Scholastic India. Health Camp was also organised for the children of the School. As Vocational Training is part of the School project, children were enrolled for various extra-curricular activities like music, dance, hand-made crafts and carpentary.

SCAN India

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top Child Abuse Now is the new initiative of El Shaddai. It is pioneered with a vision to make the society receptive to the Rights of the Child. It comprises of three Units: Child Aid Unit, Juvenile Aid Unit and Resource & Research Unit. The Child Aid Unit works to prevent, protect and reduce abuse and exploitationof children in Goa. Within its first year of operation, SCAN-India has intervened in 89 cases of child abuse in Goa. Juvenile Aid Unit is a state-wide multidisciplinary protection and support services for juveniles who are in conflict with law. SCAN is handling 56 cases till date. About 20 different Training workshops on Child Protection, Goa Children’s Act 2003 and the Juvenile Justice Care and Protection Act, have been conduted by SCAN for various stake holders, which include Police, Public Prosecutors, Law College Students, Village Panchayats and Apna Ghar staff (Children’s Home run by Governtment of Goa).

Type of abuse

Number of cases

Sexual 17 Incest 3 Neglect 1 Emotional 6 Labour 13 Physical 1 Corporal punishment 3 Trafficking 1 Assistance needed 26 Abandoned 3 Child Marriage 1 Kidnapping 4 Runaway 10 TOTAL 89


Project Partners

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he year 2009-2010 witnessed a growth in our projects outside the state of Goa. El Shaddai began FOUR new projects in different cities, namely Hubli and Mysore in Karnataka, Okha in Gujarat and Mankhurd in Mumbai. So now El Shaddai has its operation in TEN different locations out of Goa. On an average each centre supports approximately 70-75 children. WELLS FOR LIFE Bore Wells provide the family in drought prone villages with a constant source of clean water, healthier crops which improve their diet, increase their income and thereby transform their lives. In 2009-2010, thanks to our various donors, we have been able to dig 8 bore wells in different villages. This has impacted the lives of thousands of villagers for whom water is very precious and rare. LOAN A GOAT This scheme aims to eliminate the cycle of poverty and lack in the life of a villager. A family is given a pair of goats as a loan. The family is provided with a source of income through the sale of milk. It also provides manure for farming. Once kids are born to the goats, a pair of young ones is given back to the coordinator to continue this cycle In 2009-2010, a total of 50 families benefited from this scheme. Two rounds of Goat distribution was done, one in Karnataka and the other in Kerala.


UK Trustees Report

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n the last year we have welcomed two new trustees, Ruth Bealing who has also volunteered to manage the UK office and Sallie Tetchner who is the new treasurer. Tony Blundell and Jim Jones resigned from their trustee positions. We would like to thank Jim and Tony for their contributions. Four of the trustees managed to visit the various projects run by El Shaddai in Goa this year and found that the financial and child protection policies and procedures are being adhered to. All four Homes, three Day Care and Night Shelters, three Cottages, Tremara Community Centre and the School were visited. Two trustees managed to visit some of the projects currently running in Karnataka, including viewing some of the wells which El Shaddai have drilled and proposed sites for others. Also visited were the Mungod and Hubli projects in Karnataka which are projects currently supported by the UK. All trustees were impressed with the work being undertaken with the children and communities, especially the outreach work from Stepping Stones, Margao. As predicted the receipt of funds have declined due largely to the present economic climate. Therefore the UK has only been able to continue to financially support the projects previously committed to, even though all would wish to extend the provisions to the many needy cases observed. Also, the exchange rate of the pound against the rupee has fallen making the situation more difficult. The office has been moved from Wilmslow in Manchester to Holsworthy, Devon. The new office has proven to be efficient and effective with our fundraisers and supporters. In particular Ruth and her family have initiated and coordinated a range of different ways of raising funds. There is a definite need to expand the work currently being undertaken, hopefully with the increased drive in fundraising and a stabilisation of the economic climate this will be possible. Mel Huxtable Chairman

Volunteer Speak

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t was the month of March 2009, me and my husband Amir had recently moved to Goa. We were walking down one of the streets in Margao and heard the sound of children’s voices, joyful and playful. Any mother and teacher, both of which I gratefully am, will tell you that this sound is like music to their ears. Immediately we guided our steps towards the sound and we read the huge sign board – ‘Stepping Stones - Day Care and Night Shelter’. So we walked in to find out more about this Children’s Centre, armed with our ‘twenty questions’. After getting to know about the NGO, I decided that this is the right place for me to do voluntary work. A few weeks later, we made a visit to the El Shaddai Office in Mapusa. We interacted with Matthew and found out more about the organization. This visit was most memorable for us and were inspired by what we saw and heard. The smart young lad who took us around Shanti Niketan School told us that he was a street child himself. What an achievement for all those who helped him become what he is today! We felt so proud of him. That day I became a Friend of El Shaddai. Stepping Stones became a frequent place of visit for us as indeed it is even today. I volunteered to teach there once a week and have taken part in their various projects. It has become a huge part of my life here. El Shaddai’s many other projects have opened doors for us and our friends and families to assist in whichever way we can. Each day we are able to thank God for allowing us to make a difference to our world, even if just slightly. Dilshad Meghani


Financial Information

Report from the Finance Desk: The financial summary relating to the year ended 31st March 2010 is extracted from the financial statements, which were approved by the Trustees and signed on their behalf on 2nd June 2010. Auditor M/s S.P. Bhandare & Associates gave the audit report on these financial statements. It was a difficult year in terms of income received. There was a drop of 10% in our donations from INR 3.20 crores in 2008/09 to INR 2.90 crores in 2009/10. However, despite the dip, we were not only able to sustain our on-going project but also open four new Community Centres in the neighbouring states surrounding Goa. It is heartening to see the resources spent being utilised in an utmost constructive manner towards the betterment of the downtrodden communities. This financial summary may not contain sufficient details to gain a complete understanding of the financial affairs of the charity. The full audited financial statements may be obtained from the El Shaddai office in Goa-India. Stephen Mendes. Financial Comptroller BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH 2010 PARTICULARS FUNDS GENERATED: Excess of Income over Expenditure As on 1st April 2009 Add: Excess of income over expenditure during the year TOTAL FUNDS EMPLOYED: Fixed Assets a) As on 31.3.10 b) Less: Depreciation c) Net Block as on 31.3.10 Capital Work in Progress Total Fixed Assets Investments Current assets, Loans & Advances: Other Current Assets Cash & Bank Balances Total Current Assets Less: Current Liabilities Net Current Assets TOTAL

2010 (£ in thousands) (Rs. In lakhs)

2009

(£ in thousands) (Rs. In lakhs)

980.33 5.46

705.84 3.93

870.28 626.60 110.05 79.23

985.79

709.77

980.33 705.84

879.00 71.78 807.22 69.25 876.47

632.88 51.68 581.20 49.86 631.06

783.85 564.37 63.61 45.80 720.24 518.57 23.61 17.00 743.85 535.57

77.74

55.97

189.26 136.27

8.84 24.02 32.86

6.36 17.30 23.66

8.73 39.71 48.44

6.29 28.59 34.88

1.27

0.92

1.22

0.88

31.59

22.74

47.22

34.00

985.79

709.77

980.33 705.84

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2010 PARTICULARS SCHEDULE

2010 (£ in thousands) (Rs. In lakhs)

2009

(£ in thousands) (Rs. In lakhs)

INCOME Donations Interest Received Insurance Claim received TOTAL

407.92 10.79 0.19 418.90

293.70 7.77 0.14 301.61

445.33 11.99 - 457.32

320.64 8.63 329.27

EXPENDITURE Activity & Administration Expenditure Depreciation TOTAL

341.66 341.66 71.78 413.44

245.99 245.99 51.68 297.68

283.66 283.66 63.61 347.27

204.23 204.23 45.80 250.03

5.46

3.93

110.05

79.23

Excess of Income over Expenditure


AUDITORS REPORT INCOMING RESOURCES 2009-10 (Countrywise)

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e have audited the attached Balance Sheet of El-Shaddai Charitable Trust, Hno.251,Socol Vaddo, Assagao, Mid % es t 2 ther Nor East er v t Bardez – Goa, as at 31st March 2010 and the Income and o O w 2 Ger In man ay 1% % G y 4% Expenditure Account for the year ended on that date UK 83% USA annexed thereto. These financial statements are the responsibilities 1% of the Trust’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in India. These standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidences supporting the amounts and disclosure in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion. Further to our comments referred to above, we report that: The accounts are maintained regularly, and in accordance RESOURCES EXPENDED 2009-10 with the provision of the Indian Trust Act, 1872 and the Rules framed there under. Homes Land & Building 21% The receipts and disbursements are properly and correctly & School 61% shown in the accounts. The Bank balances were verified by us with the certificates from the bankers. The Cash balance shown in the accounts was found correct. All books, deeds, accounts, vouchers and other documents required by us were produced before us. Admin 8% The Executive Secretary, Treasurer, Accountant or any other person required to appear before us did so and furnished the Community Welfare & necessary information required by us. Projects 10% No property or funds of the Trust were applied for any object or purpose other than the object or purpose of the Trust. There are no amounts outstanding for more than one year. All expenditure incurred on behalf of the Trust have been sanctioned from time to time by the Governing body, Managing Committee or any other person authorized to do so under the Rules & Regulations of the Trust. Minutes of the meeting of the General Body, Governing Body and other Bodies or Committees are maintained regularly and properly. List of members of the Trust is maintained and kept up-to-date. Any communication to the Trust can be made to Mr. Matthew Kurian, Managing Trustee, El- Shaddai Charitable Trust, El Shaddai House, Opp. Dhuler Football Stadium, Dhuler, Mapusa, Bardez – Goa. No part of the money of the Trust has been invested in Contravention with the Rules of the Trust. Inventory of the movable has been taken. The Quotation for repairs, expenditure above Rs. 5,000/- were duly invited. In our opinion, and to the best of our information and according to the explanation given to us, the statement given as true and fair view:In the case of the Balance Sheet, of the state affairs as at 31s March 2010. In the case of Income & Expenditure Accounts of the Excess of income over expenditure for the accounting year ended on 31st March 2010. In the case of Receipts & Payments Account of the receipts & payments for the accounting year ended on 31st March 2010 % s4

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For, S.P. BHANDARE & ASSOCIATES CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS PLACE : PANAJI – GOA. DATE : 2ND JUNE 2010


Financial Information

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 2010 RECEIPTS

2010

2009

(£ in (Rs. in thousands) lakhs)

(£ in (Rs. in thousands) lakhs)

To Opening Balances Cash in hand Bank Balances HDFC A/c no. 02021000059037 HDFC A/c no. 02021170000012 State Bank of Mysore Axis Bank Fixed Deposits Axis cum FD Asis - Liquid FD HDFC-69906 HDFC-Ellen Cottage HDFC-FD capital HDFC-FD cum HDFC-FD-Hospital HDFC-Liquid FD

4.51

3.24

20.00

14.40

0.64 32.34 0.02 2.20

0.46 23.29 0.01 1.58

0.00 14.26 0.11 44.25

0.00 10.27 0.08 31.86

14.90 70.63 23.88 3.62 9.96 22.12 10.02 14.79

10.73 50.85 17.19 2.61 7.17 15.93 7.22 8.09 10.65

5.82

RECEIPTS

2010

2009

(£ in (Rs. In (£ in (Rs. In thousands) lakhs) thousands) lakhs) By Children’s school Fees 2.50 1.80 1.43 1.03 By Children’s school Items 10.57 7.61 4.81 3.46 By Children’s Medicines 1.59 1.14 3.10 2.24 By Children’s expenses 5.35 3.85 2.12 1.53 By Christmas Gift - - 0.92 0.66 By Food & Other provisions 40.83 29.40 37.10 26.71 By Christmas Party 1.42 1.02 1.52 1.09 By Household expenses 6.28 4.52 2.37 1.70 By Cooking gas 2.40 1.73 2.46 1.77 By Water charges 0.31 0.23 0.27 0.19 By Electricity charges 4.07 2.93 4.22 3.04 By Flyers 0.70 0.50 0.72 0.52 By Newsletters 1.08 0.78 By Report Card 0.82 0.59 0.17 0.12 By Brochures 1.20 0.86 By Calenders 1.63 1.17 By Books 0.18 0.13 By Community Welfare 8.94 6.43 3.87 2.78 By Underpriviledged & Migrant Family 1.86 1.34 By ACE 2.03 1.46 By Fantasia 0.30 0.21 By Wells 0.42 0.30 By Fun to retire 0.32 0.23 By Support for other projects 32.96 23.73 18.26 13.15 By Fundraising expenses 7.53 5.42 3.09 2.22 By Volunteer Expenses 2.14 1.54 0.68 0.49 By Flea Market Expenses 0.44 0.32 0.41 0.29 By Guest Entertainment 1.41 1.01 1.57 1.13 By Seminar Expenses 0.14 0.10 By Workshop Expenses 1.57 1.13 By M.O.Commission 0.02 0.01 0.02 0.02 By House tax 0.05 0.04 0.01 0.01 By Staff Salary 37.26 26.83 41.11 29.60 By Wages 3.12 2.25 By Monthly allowances to staff 47.96 34.53 28.62 20.61 By Staff Medical allowance 0.03 0.02 0.47 0.34 By Staff welfare 2.82 2.03 4.99 3.60 By Staff Insurance 0.62 0.45 0.92 0.66 By Provident Fund contribution 2.61 1.88 3.18 2.29 By Staff Training 0.40 0.29 2.19 1.57 By Consultancy fees 0.22 0.16 By Office Insurance 0.36 0.26 By Legal fees 1.16 0.84 By Audit fees 0.66 0.48 0.50 0.36 By Professional Fees 0.12 0.09 1.81 1.31 By Website 2.03 1.46 1.26 0.91 By Rent, Rates & taxes 6.22 4.48 1.18 0.85 By Membership Fees 0.08 0.06 By Advertisement charges 0.27 0.19 0.33 0.24 By Printing & Stationery 4.21 3.03 2.68 1.93 By Office stationery 2.69 1.94 4.10 2.95 By Telephone charges 4.64 3.34 5.82 4.19 By Computer/Photocopier Maint 7.52 5.42 3.97 2.86 By Office Expenses 0.34 0.24 By Postage, Telegram & Courier 4.46 3.21 2.57 1.85 By Repairs & Maintenance 53.64 38.62 54.84 39.49 By Electrical Items 0.62 0.45 By Vehicles repairs & servicing 5.08 3.66 4.43 3.19 By Vehicle insurance 1.08 0.78 1.02 0.74 By Travelling & Conveyance 6.04 4.35 11.18 8.05 By Trustees’ travelling expenses 3.25 2.34 0.16 0.12 By Petrol & Diesel 10.07 7.25 7.17 5.16 By Interest on TDS 0.01 0.01 0.03 0.02 By Bank charges 0.05 0.04 0.13 0.09 By Miscellaneous expenses 0.32 0.23 0.32 0.23 By Fixed Assets Purchased Mundgod Property 6.93 4.99 Laurel Cottage 3.96 2.85 Land at Childrens Village 1.53 1.10 Tremara Property 4.85 3.49

2009 (£ in (Rs. in thousands) lakhs)

HDFC-Liquid FD 10231 7.40 5.32 HDFC-FD-Walled Gardens 3.05 2.20 2.85 HDFC-FD-Wells 0.21 0.15 0.20 HDFC- Ochil cottage 8.68 6.25 - HDFC-FD-Tremara Cottage 5.69 HDFC-FD-58867 13.85 To Donations 407.92 293.70 445.33 To Interest Received 10.79 7.77 11.99 To Insurance claim received 0.19 0.14 To TDS Deducted 0.51 0.36 0.55 To Telephone deposit 0.05 0.03 To Advance from staff 0.36 0.26 0.19 To Advances (Others) 0.10 0.07 To Advance given for purchase of Tremara Property 4.45

TOTAL

PAYMENTS

2010 (£ in (Rs. in thousands) lakhs)

PAYMENTS

648.89 467.20

2.05 0.14 4.10 9.97 320.64 8.63 0.40 0.14 3.21

571.81 411.70

2010

2009

(£ in (Rs. In (£ in (Rs. In thousands) lakhs) thousands) lakhs) Altinho Property 11.97 8.62 Rainbow House 1.72 1.24 Shantikietan 30.68 22.09 Hospice 55.80 40.18 Assagao House 2.56 1.85 Wells 7.10 5.11 Washing Machine 1.22 0.87 Water pump 0.35 0.25 0.48 0.34 EPABX 0.78 0.56 Sewing machine 1.18 0.85 Tumble dryer 0.23 0.17 Water purifier 0.13 0.10 Camera 0.38 0.27 1.39 1.00 Stabiliser 0.03 0.03 AD Water Tank 0.20 0.14 Fire Extinguisher 0.71 0.51 0.13 0.09 Loop ring 0.21 0.15 Air Conditioner 1.13 0.81 0.31 0.23 IT Equipments 2.34 1.68 Mic 0.47 0.34 Pressure Pump 0.27 0.19 Microwave Oven 0.13 0.09 Refrigerator 0.26 0.19 Water tank 0.20 0.14 Water tank SH 0.15 0.11 Ceiling Fan 0.02 0.01 Inverters 0.26 0.19 0.44 0.32 Punching machine 0.72 0.52 Music System 7.40 5.33 Mixer machine 1.01 0.73 Computers 2.84 2.05 2.01 1.45 Laptops 1.10 0.79 1.55 1.12 Printers 0.55 0.39 Bolero Camper 7.78 5.60 Aviator 0.61 0.44 Electrical fittings 0.76 0.55 Omni Van 3.35 2.41 Dio 1.93 1.39 Hero Honda Pleasure 0.58 0.42 Goats 2.33 1.68 Furniture & Fixtures 11.67 8.40 13.03 9.38 Capital Work in Progress 45.63 32.86 13.39 9.64 By oxygen gas cylinder deposit 0.09 0.06 By Mobile deposit 0.04 0.03 0.09 0.07 By Other deposit 0.01 0.01 By Rent deposits 1.63 1.17 By Floats 0.06 0.04 By Advances (others) 0.64 0.46 By TDS (F.Y. 2009-10) 0.93 0.67 By TDS (F.Y. 2008-09) 1.13 0.81 By TDS of Previous year Paid 0.55 0.40 0.95 0.69 By Closing Balances Cash in hand 0.47 0.34 4.51 3.24 Bank Balances HDFC Bank - A/c 142793/001 0.86 0.62 0.64 0.46 HDFC Bank - A/c 143973/001 21.44 15.44 32.34 23.29 State Bank of Mysore 0.09 0.06 0.02 0.01 Axis Bank 1.16 0.84 2.20 1.58 Fixed Deposits Axis cum FD 47.40 34.13 14.90 10.73 Axis- Liquid FD 13.60 9.79 70.63 50.85 HDFC-69906 23.88 17.19 HDFC-Ellen Cottage 3.62 2.61 HDFC-FD capital 10.64 7.66 9.96 7.17 HDFC-FD cum 22.12 15.93 HDFC-FD-Hospital 10.02 7.22 HDFC-Liquid FD 14.79 10.65 HDFC-Liquid FD 1 7.40 5.32 HDFC-FD-Walled Gardens 3.05 2.20 HDFC-FD-Wells 0.21 0.15 HDFC- Ochil cottage 8.68 6.25 Accrued Interest 6.10 4.39

TOTAL

648.89 467.20

571.81 411.70


MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

Name

Designation

Matthew Kurian Anita Edgar San Antonio Stephen Mendes Daman Sood Cdr. Ben Berson Thomas T Jacob

Remuneration

Founder/Managing Trustee Founder/Executive Trustee Trustee Trustee/ Financial Comptroller Trustee Trustee Trustee

SALARY AND BENEFITS KEY STATISTICS Head of organization Matthew Kurian: Highest paid: Lowest paid:

NIL NIL NIL Rs 240,000/- pa NIL NIL NIL

Rs. NIL Rs.300,000/- pa Rs. 18,000/- pa

GENDER-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF STAFF SALARY

Slab of gross salary pm (in Rs) plus benefits

Male

Less than 5000 5,000 – 10,000 10,000 – 25,000

Female Total

36 23 9

57 28 5

COST OF NATIONAL TRAVEL BY ALL PERSONNEL Stephen Mendes 10,163 Matthew Kurian 132,917 Appu Vengurlekar 2,236 Vijay Thomson 4,960 Bobby Job 1,599 Anita Edgar 5,990 Daman Sood 16,297 Ben Berson 27,853 Adv. Thomas 20,920

93 51 14

COST OF INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL BY ALL PERSONNEL Matthew Kurian 164,430 America Fundraising, official Kuwait UK visit London Sallie Tetchner 41,000 UK England to India for official visit Lee Carter 30,988 London Volunteer travel back to UK CHILDREN RESCUED

Children rescued

3500

Children in Homes

Children in Employment 331

2635 2156

322

2340

30

326

22

312

14

309 4

934

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5, Manor Court, Victoria Square, Holsworthy, Devon EX22 6AA UK

El Shaddai Charitable Trust, El Shaddai House, Socol Vaddo, Assagao, Bardez Goa 403507

Email: infogoa@childrescue.net | Telephone: 0091 832 6513286, 6513287

ESCT Annual Report 2009-10  

This is a fair representation of our activities for the year 2009-10