Tag Archives: AATHMEEYA NESTHAM

Project 23: Support needed for Bikshapathi ( A Cobbler for more than 25 years)

WHY Foundation/ March 9, 2017/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

More than 25 years of being a “Cobbler” – in the space approved by the Government Authorities, Leather Industries and Municipal Corporation…. Bikshapathi a 50 year old cobbler is now in a troubling situation. The Story goes like this He belongs to a lower income group with less than 5K income per month and has a 5 member family living

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Project 21: Supported Four Visually Impaired Students to continue their D.Ed. Special Education (Visual Impairment) Course

WHY Foundation/ November 29, 2016/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

Give a man a fish you have fed him for today…teach a man to fish you have fed him for a lifetime…!!! Inspired by this quotation, on 28-Nov-2016,  W.H.Y. Foundation has supported Four Visually Impaired Students to continue their D.Ed. Special Education (Visual Impairment) Course at NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED – REGIONAL CENTRE – POONAMALLEE – CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU.

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Project 18: Supported Eleven Visually Impaired Students to continue their D.Ed. Special Education (Visual Impairment) Course

WHY Foundation/ July 7, 2016/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

W.H.Y. Foundation has supported Eleven Visually Impaired Students to continue their D.Ed. Special Education (Visual Impairment) Course at NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED – REGIONAL CENTRE – POONAMALLEE – CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU.

Project 16 : Supported a B.Com student to continue his education

WHY Foundation/ October 16, 2015/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

Give a man a fish you have fed him for today…teach a man to fish you have fed him for a lifetime…!!! Inspired by this quotation, W.H.Y. Foundation has funded One students (VEMULA LOKESH KUMAR) education for completing his B.Com. VEMULA LOKESH KUMAR have completed his “B.Com” 1st year with aggregate scores of 71.60%. Unfortunately due to his financial affordability he had

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Project 15: Supported a woman for treatment of Carcinoma Breast Cancer

WHY Foundation/ October 6, 2015/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

Supported a woman for treatment of Carcinoma Breast Cancer AKSHINTALA SUHASINI was suffering from “Carcinoma Breast Rt”. The removal of breast took place at Indian Red Cross society’s J.S.Cancer Hospital Nellore on 05.8.2015. Doctors advised 8 cycles of Chemotherapy and Radiation. 1st cycle of chemotherapy was given on 02.9.2015. And she needed financial support for later courses of Chemotherapy and Radiation.

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Project 14 : Supported One Engineering student to continue his education

WHY Foundation/ August 26, 2015/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

Give a man a fish you have fed him for today…teach a man to fish you have fed him for a lifetime…!!! Inspired by this quotation, W.H.Y. Foundation has funded One students (G.SRINIVASA RAGHAVA KUMAR) education for completing his Engineering. G.SRINIVASA RAGHAVA KUMAR have completed his “B’Tech (ECM)” 2nd year with aggregate scores of 87.30%. Unfortunately due to his financial affordability he

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Project 11 and 12: Supported two students to continue their education

WHY Foundation/ December 1, 2013/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

   Give a man a fish you have fed him for today…teach a man to fish you have fed him for a lifetime…!!! Inspired by this quotation, W.H.Y. Foundation has funded two students (S Rajnikanth and S Srikanth) education. Full details Of Students: Student Name: S Rajnikanth,  DOB: 23-05-2002, Admission into Class : 6th Class School: Mother’s Integral School, OU

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Project 2: Funded a girl’s education

WHY Foundation/ September 15, 2010/ Aathmeeya Nestham Projects/ 0 comments

Give a man a fish you have fed him for today…teach a man to fish you have fed him for a lifetime…!!! Inspired by this quotation, W.H.Y. Foundation has funded a girl’s education for completing her B.com graduation and secure a job with that qualification. D. Kalyani, whose parents are daily wage workers has completed her 2 years of graduation

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