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LISA Board Meeting:
The board of trustees met on 19th July 2007 at the registered office to consider among other important decision, the budget for 2008 and activities for the same period. Listed below is a synopsis of some decisions:
1. LISA Board Members decided to provide the education for 11 children 2008.

We believe that education is every child's right. Learning and education lead to creativity, ambition, and dreams. More over to create a healthier, more caring, and more productive global society. We believe that children's future can be secure only when the children are insulated from exploitation, violence, abuse, and neglect. A safe environment provides children with the opportunity to participate fully in their communities, to exercise their skills and talents, and to pursue their dreams. Access to education has a positive impact on a host of social problems afflicting marginalized children.

Children who attend school are more likely to develop a positive self-image and higher self-esteem and to set goals for the future. In India most of families living on less than $40 a month , people live hand –to-mouth, utterly depend on each day's wages. In this environment of pervasive poverty, it's not unusual to see children as young as four or five working long hours under the broiling Indian sun, hauling bricks, harvesting crops, or herding animals. This pattern of gruelling child labour has existed out of necessity for generations, and will continue into the future unless something is done to help these children break the cycle of bleak subsistence.

Like all parents everyone wants a brighter future for their children. If given the chance, these honourable people would happily send their children to school. But in this remote area of Andhra Pradesh, schools are few and far. Even for those who live near enough to a school, the required fees for uniforms, books and supplies are too high. When people are barely making enough to feed their children, how can they spare any money for school fees?

Intimately familiar with the unique challenges and needs in the India, LISA has been working to bring free, quality education to the children. Before any funds were available, as more and more people have opened their hearts and given their support to LISA's vision of providing free education, the LISA Education programme has grown & blossoming like a beautiful desert flower.

2. Mobile Medical Camps at Slum Area: Lisa Board Members decide to provide the 5 medical camps at various villages and slum areas.

3. AIDS Awareness programme at slum area and red light areas: Lisa Board members decide to spend the for AID’S Awareness programme at rural/slum/red-light areas.
 
 
 
 
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