Charity Alliance work in Murshidabad
The Milli Gazette
Published Online: Aug 14, 2011
Print Issue: 16-31 August 2011
Charity Alliance was born in early 2005 mainly as a result of the challenge of hunger deaths in Murshidabad (West Bengal). Ever since our main focus continues on Murshidabad, a Muslim majority area which could be the most neglected and backward region in India. Charity Alliance work has been progressively developing here from food distributon to medical aid to educational aid to vocational training to establishing a school (Alliance School) for the poor children of the area three years ago. This work has been mainly possible as a result of the charity and generous support of our extended Milli Gazette family.
The current monthly outlay on these activities in Murshidabad is around Rs 60000, i.e., an annual outlay of Rs 720,000 which will only increase every year as the school opens a new classroom each year necessitating the recruitment of two more teachers each year. Land has been bought in the area and mostly temporary structures are now in place with plans to slowly convert them into permanent structures with your help. Your generous support is needed to continue and expand this work. For more information, please visit www.charityalliance.in where details of our work as well as annual audited reports are found.
Rs 144580 was spent on construction work in Alliance School
Rs 81488 was spent on vocational training
Rs 252191 was spent on food and medical relief
Rs 353044 was paid to Alliance School for teacher salaries etc
Rs 30910 was given in Educational Aid
(Total outlay Rs 8,72,913)
This will rise by at least 10 percent in the new year (2011-2012). In addition to this, we need another amount of at least Rs 5 lakh to construct some pucca classrooms this year.
Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan
Editor MG, & Chairman, Charity Alliance
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Please see a photograph of the latest shape of the Alliance School on the last page
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This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 August 2011 on page no. 17blog comments powered by Disqus