Project information

Alcohol & its effect

, the project will raise awareness about the harmful visual, bodily and reactionary disruption that alcohol misuse can cause. The project will deliver a powerful message about irresponsible drinking and ramifications of the stark dangers of being drunk.

April 2012 - March 2013

Charity information: NEKH WELFARE FOUNDATION

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  • Need

    Need

    he main target of the project is to enlighten those young people who are using excessive alcohol and for professionals who wish to significantly improve their knowledge of alcohol and its use among young people. To encourage young people to minimise consuming excessive alcohol and highlight the danger of excessive drinking. The project will deliver a powerful message about irresponsible drinking and its effect on their lives.

    Solution

    young people will gain awareness about the shocking effects of alcohol consumption, how destructive physical effects of drinking too much. i.e. • Reduced alertness • Slowed reaction time • Confusion • Visual distortion • Alteration of depth and distance perception • Reduced peripheral vision • Poor judgement and decision making • Double vision • Lack of coordination etc.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Raise awareness about the shocking effects of alcohol consumption.

    Activities

    » Think B4 U Drink- a series of challenging games will Provides unique opportunities for young people to think before drinking.

    Success will be...30 young people will be aware about the effect of excessive drinking and passed the message to others.


    Aim 2

    To train 6 volunteers who will gain skills for effective response.

    Activities

    » To organise a series of training sessions in order to empower young volunteers on issues of drinking.

    Success will be...6 Volunteers will be trained and gain skills and expertise on how to run similar sessions for the benefits of the young people.


  • Impact

    Impact

    About 30 young people will gain awareness about the shocking effects of alcohol consumption, how destructive physical effects of drinking too much. i.e. • Reduced alertness • Slowed reaction time • Confusion • Visual distortion • Alteration of depth and distance perception • Reduced peripheral vision • Poor judgement and decision making • Double vision • Lack of coordination etc.

    Risk

    the risk are low turn out, lack of funding, and The young people (hard to reach & hard to hear) from diverse back ground who are involve in drinking, antisocial behaviour and truancy may find difficult to engage in.

    Reporting

    We will send end of grants report, clearly defining the out comes and out puts of the programme. We will explain success and failure and identified
    strength and weakness in delivering the project. What we will do in future to do better in future etc.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £5,696

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      Amount Heading Description
      £800 volunteers Training £200 per sessions X 4 sessions
      £1,200 Rent £60 p.w. X 20 wks
      £1,146 Alcohol Toolkit Alcohol Toolkit 2 sets £573 each £573
      £1,200 sessional worker £15 p.h X 4 hrs a wk X 20 wks
      £500 Refreshment £25 p.w. X 20 wks
      £500 Printing & publicity Leaflets, banners and brochures
      £350 Internet, tel and Internet, telephones and other digital communications materials.
  • Background

    Location

    5 EDGFIELD COURT, THE DRIVE, BARKING, ESSEX, IG11 9JP

    Beneficiaries

    LOCAL YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE DISADVANTAGE.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    The NEKH has previous experiences in running similar project successfully. We have close working relationship with police, schools, and Newham Community youth & education service (NEWCYS) Also, we have local tenant association, parent’s forum through we will get the potential young people list and reach through out reach.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Mashkur Ahmed Khan

    He is a volunteer and dispensing time voluntarily for the benefits of the local young people.

    Shafee Miah

    He is one of the adviser of the project.