VIDIYAL NEWS
01.01.2019 – New Year Celebration organized by Muhangal (Faces) Volunteers Forum
02.01.2019 -General Body Meeting – Six month Review of Vidiyal Child Rights Movement
05.01.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery School : Parents – Teacher Meet
06.01.2019 – 23rd Pongal Sports Meet
08.01.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery : Day of Birds
12.01.2019 – Mothers Meet
13.01.2019 – Ripple Circle – Social Action forum Image – Movie Club
13.01.2019 – Fathers Meet
14.01. Thoorihai – Drawing & Painting Forum
14.01.2019 – Reception Home: Pongal celebration & Pongal Sports day
15.01.2019 – Pongal Celebration at Vidiyal Main Centre
16.01.2019 – Tamil Forum
18.01.2019 – Vidiyal Nursery: Field Trip to Thirumalai Naikar Mahal
20.01.2019 – Service Programme : Children serving at various homes for the elderly and Home for the mentally Challenged
Reception Home: Republic Day Celebration Reception Home: Republic Day Celebration
26.01.2019 – 25th Anniversary of Sakthi – Vidiyal Community
29.01.2019 – Feast for Elderly
31.01.2019 – Sewing Machine Distribution

Organization

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Organization

People who respect India’s sovereignty would quite understand the existence of the law of the land, which takes care of any initiative of its citizens. A team of professionals including teachers, professors, social workers, social activist, and psychologists have signed the memorandum and articles of association of Sakthi and committed their knowledge, skill, time and energy for a social cause. Voluntarism is the spirit of this team and they offer honorary assistance in developing policies and ensure effective implementation of the programmes and projects of Sakthi. The General body elects the management committee and the office bearers from time to time. A budget is approved by the board which is submitted to the funding partners for mobilizing financial support to our programmes and projects. The office bearers look into the administration and monitor financial management.

The executive director is responsible for designing, implementing and directing projects and programmes in consultation with the board. The executive director is accountable for financial and personnel management. Administration and financial staff report to the executive director.

The executive director implements child rights, monitors and evaluates periodically the child protection strategies and systems, outline the rule and procedures in child management and set guidelines for the conduct of staff.

The working staff is led by the executive director who implements programmes for child rights, through project and programme directors, assisted by project, programme and field coordinators, support staff and volunteers.

The project and programme directors implement, monitor and evaluate the programmes and projects for children including provision, child development, child protection and child participation

The project and programme coordinators and field coordinators are responsible for the effective and efficient management of child resource centers and work directly with schools

Support staff and volunteers work directly with children at the child resource centers

The support staff in the reception home are directly responsible for ensuring the safety and care of children living in the reception home. Representatives from the Vidiyal Child Rights Movement participate in the decision making process of the organization in matters concerning them with the representation in the board.