Social Initiatives for Growth and Networking
Social Initiatives for Growth and Networking (SIGN)
3rd Floor, Social Development Centre,
Camil Bulkhe Path
Ranchi – 834001, Jharkhand, India
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  Children's Sponsorship

SIGN has entered into a special partnership with Fondazione Fratelli Dimenticati, Italy to further its thrust of education. The program caters for the education and formation of 2700 children implemented through the support of 80 centres in the districts of Ranchi, Lohardga, Gumla, Simdega and Khunti. The children are given various kinds of support to complete their studies and settle in their life. There is special involvement too with the children in the slums of Ranchi through an implementing partner. It is a very productive and life giving program.

SIGN conducts training for all the partners to enable them to understand the mode of operations, the regulations that bind them in the program implementation and the accompaniment to be given to the needy and poor children to mould their future. SIGN also closely monitors the program by conducting bi-monthly meetings with all the in-charges of the centres as well as holding meeting with the parents of the children who have to play significant role in the life of their children in spite of their poverty and other challenges of life. The parents were very excited with the interactions and have decided to meet once in 2 months on their own to discuss the possibilities of exploring different livelihood options to create an income for the education of their children. The concept is to lift their dependency solely on the program.

SIGN also organized the first National Meeting of all the Reference Centres of the same program from 10th to 12th October 2014. All the Directors and their staffs participated in the same. The meeting was animated by Mr. Samuel Prandina, a representative from the Foundation and Fr. S. Christu Das, the Director of SIGN. It was very motivational as it clarified all the challenges and concerns. The meeting proposed that in all the endeavours the parents should be fully involved to make the program sustainable and relevant.

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