ROSE was founded by Seshaiah Veeragandham and Robert Fellner-Feldegg in India, and in 2011 the German version of the non-profit association ROSE was created. The German organisation is headed by Robert and Eva Fellner-Feldegg. Their labour, know-how and a good amount of enthusiasm created a financial basis for the activities in India. This collected money is used locally to create a pleasant school atmosphere for the pupils. For example, benches, books and a playground were purchased, families and above all girls were supported and top pupils were further supported with scholarships.
The lastest news from the ZPHS Isnapur School in Hyderabad, India and the ROSE India non profit organisation from September 2021.
We are glad to inform you, that some of the tailoring trainees at the ZPHS Isnapur School got employed at local garment factories.
ROSE has provided 10 new blackboards for 55,600.00 Rs, as the old ones made of cement were damaged. The teachers are very appreciative for this support.
Miss Sreeja took the Medical entrance Exam and we are hoping for a a positive result. We have been motivating her with frequent calls and the funding of her studies. Miss Navneetha is doing well in her accounting studies, we recently paid 20,000 Rs for her College fees. Mahesh Chand started his 11th class, we paid 27,500 Rs for school fees and books. He is doing well at school and we hope that in two years he is going to pass the entrance exam for one of the IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology), the most prestigious universities of India.
As the Covid-19 situation has improved, the physical classes started again. But we had to provide the Zphs Rudram School with four new pulse oximeters and two thermometers costing 10,000 Rs so that proper health screening can be done. There is also a need for more masks, which will be tailored with the help of the students. We have provided the fabric and other material for 10,000 Rs. The students will be sewing 500 masks for the ZPHS Isnapur School and the Zphs Rudram School.
Although the Computers and IT infrastructure are ready to start the classes at the tech lab we are going to wait for some more months, so that the Covid-19 situtation improves.