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Dist: Ranchi, State: Jharkhand, Pin: 834002

REGD. UNDER 12A OF INCOME TAX ACT 1961: VIII 08/12A/2007-08/1215-17

REGD. UNDER 80G (5) (VI) OF INCOME TAX ACT 1961: VIII-71/80G (5)
(VI)/08-09/642-44 DT.21/08/09.


IV 496/05

Dated: 21.04.05



The delivery of services to the masses of our country remains a complex

process. A developmental framework demands interrelated, intersectoral and
integrated service delivery from the many sectors and government departments
involved. For it to be successful, this collaboration and coordination must be underpinned
by the attitudes and values of the developmental approach, and good relations between
national, provincial and local government are essential.

Over the past decade, the notion of what constitutes developmental social services has
been a matter of debate, misunderstanding and misinterpretation. We have been engaged in
discussions at various levels to ensure that our services benefit the poorest and most vulnerable
sectors of society.

In reaching out to our people who live in conditions of abject poverty, some deprived of
access to even basic resources, there has been a shift in approach, from a welfarist to a
social development perspective. This paradigm shift is premised on the notion that people
are the masters of their own destiny and, instead of helping the poor in the traditional
way with handouts, it moves on to the development and empowerment of individuals,
groups and communities, teaching them to be self-reliant. We believe that this is the best way to
combat the socio-economic challenges facing the country.

Our belief is that such efforts will strengthen the system through which services are rendered and
promote the general welfare and development of our people. Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and
Development gives relentless efforts to improve service delivery to the poorest of the poor
and all the other vulnerable groups in our society, while providing an indication of the
resource requirements for effective implementation.

More importantly, we hope that our organization will turn the tide and ensure the enhancement
of closer working relationships between all those striving for social justice and working together
to achieve the common goal of "a better life for all’’.

I also take this opportunity to acknowledge all our well wishers who have supported in our
various endeavors.

Mana Mohan Panda



Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development is a social and cultural Non Governmental and
nonprofit making organization working since 2005 to improve the quality of society and life of

Society is like a stew. If you don’t keep it stirred up, you get a lot of scum on top.

A first grader should understand that her or his culture isn’t a rational invention; that there are
thousands of other cultures and they all work pretty well; that all cultures function on faith rather
than truth; that there are lots of alternatives to our own society. We put our best because Cultural
relativity is defensible, attractive. It’s a source of hope. It means we don’t have to continue this
way if we don’t like it.

To overcome the problems and fight against ills in the society, we organize social events and
programme to promote and improve education, skill, quality of humans. Our Professionals even
help them learn Dance, Drama, Painting, and other cultural activities to bring out the hidden
talent within them.

Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development promotes the safety, permanency, and well-being of
children, youth, and families by connecting child welfare, adoption, and related professionals as
well as the general public to information, resources, and tools covering topics on child welfare,
child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption, and more. We provide access to print and
electronic publications, learning tools for improving child welfare practice, including resources
that can be shared with families.

The aim of our Society is to empower youth by providing them with literacy, education and
awareness programs to create better health. The organization is working to provide the
underprivileged of the society with equal opportunities of learning in the formative years of their
lives in addition to engaging students of public and private schools in various health education

To further its vision, Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development has also been actively
involved in conducting training workshops for primary, middle and senior school children as
well as teachers. These workshops have addressed important health related issues such as stress
and sexual awareness. We have been working on the livelihood for the youth, healthcare in rural
villages and urban slums, women empowerment and sensitization of the privileged masses.


1. Sacrifice - We believe that every individual must 'give till it hurts', demonstrating the
willingness to share one's fortunes with those less privileged.

2. Deserve our needs - We believe that we need to earn our keep, rather than assume it is as
a right. We need to give first and then ask in return.

3. Adding value - We believe that we add value only when we do something that no one
else is currently doing, or when we do it in a better way.

4. Passion – The Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development believes that working with a
'burning desire' to make a difference, is the greatest motivator to do something

5. First Principles Approach – The Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development believes
that we must do things because they make sense to do, and not simply because that is
how everyone else does it. Blind faith is the enemy of all innovation.

6. Focus on the poorest - All that The Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development does is
directed towards improving the lives of our 'real customer'- the poorest of the poor.

7. Transparency and accountability - As 'trustees' of tax payer resources, we believe in

being proactively accountable and transparent in all that we do.

We at The Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development commit ourselves -

x To identify with and work along the economically and socially deprived, the physically
and mentally challenged - starting with children, so that they become educated, skilled
and aware.
x Enable them to be self-reliant and enjoy a healthy, dignified and sustainable quality of
x A society based on legitimate rights, equity, justice, honesty, social sensitivity and a
culture of service in which all are self-reliant.

Approach, Methodology and Strategy

Our focus and entry point is the child. Unit of development is the family.
Organization of community is the approach, through which empowerment, capacity
building and social transformation are attempted.


 Orphanage Care Center

 Skill Development Program
 Community Mobilization
 Immunization and Health Camps
 Plantation for Medicinal Value
 ICE Program
 Rural Education Development
 Seminar on Water Conservation
 Awareness for Information Right Act
 Self Help Group Formation
 Exhibition cum Cultural Program
 Vocational Training in Village
 Women & Child Empowerment
 Aids Awareness Program
 Total Sanitation Campaign
 Integrated Agriculture Program
 Diabetes & Heart- Check-up Camp
 Eye Camp & Blood Donation Camp
 Village Development Oriented Program
 Child Development Centre
 Career Guidance Oriented Program
 Youth Oriented Program
 Tube well Plantation Program
 Environmental Awareness Program



We believe education is most important as it enables a child to realize his or her full potential; to
think, question and judge independently; develop a sense of self-respect, dignity and self
confidence; learn to love and respect fellow human beings and nature; in decision making;
develop civic sense, citizenship and values of participatory democracy. Education is a privilege
rather than a right for the children of India. There are schools available to the wealthy, but the
majorities of Indian children lives in poverty and are not given this opportunity. Although many
children are enrolled in school, actual attendance is low. Many children can only attend school
when they are not working. Therefore, lower-class Indian children's education is neither
consistent nor secure. India's poverty level also prevents children from getting an education.

Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development provides basic education to unprivileged
children by:

 Helping them with reading, writing and most importantly moral and social values to help
make them socially responsible and acceptable
 Providing the students with basic study material (books, notepads and stationary)
 Assisting them to become independent and socially aware.
 Providing access to learning activities, sports and games that are age appropriate

Today, we have reached thousand’s underprivileged students studying at our educational

learning centers in the slum areas of the Jharkhand.


 40 percent of India's population is below the age of 14 years (Census of India 2001)
 8.1 million Children in the age group 6 to 14 do not attend school (Sept 2004 Government Statistics)
 53% of girls in (in the age group 5-9 years old) are illiterate (7th All India Education Survey, 2002)
 A little over one-third of all children who enroll in grade one reach grade eight (7th All India
Education Survey, 2002)


H.F.T.W.D believes that the concurrent development of preventive and promotive health is
crucial to the well -being of those who are unable to afford regular health care. Thus H.F.T.W.D
launched the Community Health program, like Aids Awareness, Diabetes & Heart Check-up,
Eye check-up, Blood Donation, focusing on preventive and promotive health among the rural

Providing access to health care, encouraging a health seeking behavior among the people &
strengthening the existing health delivery mechanisms in the target villages is part of the health
sector strategy followed by H.F.T.W.D


x To establish effective and sustainable mechanisms in the realm of promotive, preventive

and rehabilitative health.
x To improve the demand and access to qualitative health services for weaker sections to
become healthy communities.


x Cases of infant death and abortion have been brought down, thanks to the pre-natal and
post-natal treatments provided.
x Besides giving treatments for various diseases, awareness about how to tackle these
diseases also given.
x Number of Immunizations increased to 1500 a year.


Holy Faith Mercy Home seeks to provide shelter, care, homely atmosphere and a dignified to
children from difficult circumstances like street and run-away children, victims of child abuse,
children of lifetime convicts, children of sex workers, and other vulnerable categories. The
program started in February 2008 and today has grown to reach out to a total of 40 children.

All the children in Institutional Care attend regular school. Apart from learning at school the
children are provided with remedial education at the hostel. Regular health check up is
conducted to keep a track of their healthy well being. The daily time table at the hostel is
designed in such a way that it includes scope for rest, academics, play and recreation. Inter house
competitions in the hostel Keep the students on their toes and brings out their hidden talents.

We are working in the field of education and over all development of the destitute children by
providing them with an opportunity to realize their full potentials and lead a dignified and
respectable life. We are committed to ensure every child his childhood and education, and make
him self-reliant.


H.F.T.W.D strongly believes that women should have equal socio-economic, cultural and
political opportunities as men. We work towards gender equity in which women are enhanced
and make them enable to take crucial decisions which affect them and their families. Women’s
from different walks of life participated and share their views and concerns.

The following methodologies and approaches will be used in order to achieve the objectives of
the Gender Equity sector:

x Continuation of the process to provide market oriented skill training to women and
adolescent girls.
x Commitment to help mothers of children, who are attending educational classes, and
involve them in saving, thrift and credit, skill training and income generation activities.
x Integration of adult literacy with skill training and income generation or making literacy a
precondition for skill training and income generation activities.

x Development of leadership within the communities and linking them with government
and non-government facilities.
x Generation of awareness among common people through involving women from project
locations and using IEC materials.


Youth Training: Large number of people suffer from unemployment or in underemployment

were Trained in all kinds of skills at all levels according to the productive needs of the area, to
gainful employment to provide various types of training for different target groups were
organized and being organized during the reporting period resulting in increasing appreciation
from various quarters.

Leadership Camps: Building community competence and self-help skills are to be accelerated
for an equitable human welfare, Social responsiveness and overall economical development. We
launched innovative schemes of achieve the objectives of self-sufficiency to each village. The
massive drive will love significant impact in creating employment and ensure better livelihood of
the rural youths.


On the basis of the need for training, different types of training for different target groups were
organized during the reporting period. Through various forms of training were organized in this
period, for village youth. Self help group members, women representative, villagers, and
community members to enhance the skill level of the participant group.

Tailoring programme: Training on Tailoring was imparted to the poor women for promoting
daily income. Women are continuously benefiting from these activities.

Computer Training: Computer literacy is considered to be a very important skill for

employment. Computers are just as common as pen and paper for writing in today’s world. Our
trust aims to provide three types of training: (a) Basic computer literacy; (b) Computer as a tool
for learning in schools and home; (c) Training in hardware.

Many students get job opportunities after going through the H.F.T.W.D computer education
program and have gotten jobs in reputed firms, schools and computer centers’.


Environment Education, Awareness & Training is given with the following objectives:

 To promote environmental awareness among all sections of the society;

 To spread environment education, especially in the non-formal system among different
sections of the society;
 To facilitate development of education/training materials and aids in the formal education
 To promote environment education through existing educational/scientific/research
 To ensure training and manpower development for environment education, awareness
and training;
 To encourage non-governmental organizations, mass media and other concerned
organizations for promoting awareness about environmental issues among the people at
all levels;
 To use different media including films, audio,
visual and print,, theatre, drama, advertisements,
hoarding, posters, seminars, workshops,
competitions, meetings etc. for spreading
messages concerning environment and awareness;
 To mobilize people's participation for preservation
and conservation of environment.

There is now a wide appreciation of the damage being

done to the environment through human activity. This
damage is sometimes global, as in the case of the
depletion of the ozone layer and of the increase in
greenhouse gas emissions. Often the damage is regional,
as with pest degradation of native forests, or the erosion of
river catchments. Often too, the damage is local. Pollution
from motor vehicles, contamination of soil by chemicals, sewage discharges; these and hundreds
of other human activities stress the environment.

Environmental education, together with sound legislation, sustainable management, and

responsible actions by individuals and communities, is an important component of an effective
policy framework for protecting and managing the environment.

Environmental Education is a new focus for education. It is a way of helping individuals and
societies to resolve fundamental issues relating to the current and future use of the world's
resources. However, simply raising awareness of these issues is insufficient to bring about
change. Environmental Education must strongly promote the need for personal initiatives and
social participation to achieve sustainability.


Poor sanitation and hygiene is one of the major causes of poor water quality, as bacterial from
human excreta find their way into drinking water or directly into our bodies through unclean

Jharkhand is among the states that have performed the worst in terms of achieving total
sanitation under the ministry's Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan. The performance has been poor on the
front of constructing individual household toilets for BPL families and also on the front of APL
families. A study titled 'Economic Impact of Inadequate Sanitation in India' conducted by the
South Asia Water and Sanitation unit of the World Bank a couple of years ago had said India
loses Rs 24,000 crore annually due to lack of toilets and poor hygiene.

Sudhir Prasad, principal secretary of the department of drinking water and sanitation department,
said: "It is a huge loss, but this is the harsh reality as well. An estimated 4.5 crore man-day loss is
reported in Jharkhand's rural areas due to poor sense of sanitation." The loss of man days in
semi-urban and urban areas is also estimated to be around 3 crore annually, he added.

The H.F.T.W.D Total Sanitation Campaign is a major effort to address

rural sanitation problems, with the final goal being a toilet for every
household. There are many families living in rural areas that have
inadequate access to proper sanitation. This leads to many diseases
among the rural residents. There is lack of awareness about the benefits
of proper sanitation, and in addition, the sanitation infrastructure is


Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development is providing safe and clean drinking water in the
villages to nurture them with sound health. By seeing the difficulties of water for the villagers
this year we have planted tube well in Garigaon and Gutuhatu village in Tapkara block.

Due to lack of clean water people are suffering from Diarrhea and Water borne diseases. Our
organization is taking care to provide them clean and safe water by plant Deep- Bore well in the
affected areas and making them aware of the problems.


Holy Faith Tribal Welfare and Development is running Child Development Centre which is
situated 18 km from Gumla Township and 118 kms from Ranchi, capital city of Jharkhand. It is
six km inside from the main road from Kharkha. The nine surrounding villages around the
project are:Nawatoli, Kotam, Luto, Chuhuru, Mahuatoli, Panso, Patgachha, Ambatoli & Boaltola

Our organization is providing basic education, better health care, hygiene materials, one time
meal and looking after over all development of poor and needy children of the village to make
their future to be a better citizen of our country. H.F.T.W.D has a dream to change the literacy
rate of Jharkhand so that every villager can be able to send their children to Child Development
Centre for education.
Our organization is thankful and obliged to the people at large for their
kind and cash support. Our organization is also thankful to those who
voluntarily participates in seminars & program arrange by society on time
to time basis either as a trainee or a trainer, also we are thankful to local
administration for their generous support and kind co-operation.

Last but not the least, we are thankful to our member for their
unforgettable sincere contribution to arrange program in splendid manner.