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AUAN PROJECTS

The Charitable Association Alexandra Nanu, shortly named AUAN, offers financial and material support for youngsters of age between 6 and 19 who wish and can complete their study and build up a professional career, but who lack financial resources. This support offered by AUAN is an actual recognition of the achievements of the children and ambitious youngsters who have recorded academic performances and wish to pursue this target further on. At this point the beneficiaries in the AUAN project do not want their identity to be public, because of some existing mentalities in the society, but we hope that in a relatively short time we will succeed to make them proud to be part of the AUAN project and that they were chosen to be awarded. Read more

Other activities carried out by AUAN:

  • identification and evaluation of the beneficiaries;
  • information in the field: promoting the aim and the offered services, as well as making the community sensitive to the existing societal problems;
  • school and professional advising activities when asked by the beneficiaries;
  • juridical, sociological and psychological advising when asked by the beneficiaries;
  • urgent intervention in difficult cases.

For all above mentioned activities AUAN was accredited in September 2012.

We planned to give Christmas and Easter gifts – consisting in provisions and sweets – to all children and youngsters to whom AUAN had prepared social reports.

The projects of AUAN last 10 months over one school year, starting with September. In August each year the General Assembley of AUAN analyses all cases with social reports considering the following criteria:

  • the school performance;
  • the age between 6 and 19;
  • the net income per household member must not exceed 800 ron.

The Assembley will choose the future beneficiaries and the sums offered, according to the existing funds. Each beneficiary – case is attributed to an AUAN member who becomes responsible of that case, and will keep in touch with the beneficiary and his/her family, with the school where he/she studies and will monitor the beneficiary during the whole contract time frame, while assuring an efficient evolution. The responsible of the case will form a team together with the social assistant and if needed, with the psychologist and the jurist. Each child/ youngster who meets the criteria can apply for support from AUAN on the web-page: www.alexandrananu.ro * Applications are only available to Romanian students

VOLUNTARILY – is the way the entire activity of AUAN is accomplished. The gathered funds are disposed strictly for the aim mentioned at Art. 64 of AUAN Charter. All things which have been accomplished in AUAN, such as presentation kits, visit cards, texts, translations, the launching, the accreditation, accountancy, juridical acts, have been exclusively the work of AUAN’s members, the accountant and the lawyer.

AUAN PROJECT for the school year 2018 – 2019

AUAN project for the school year 2018 – 2019 comprises 50 beneficiaries. The criteria of selection of beneficiaries bursieri are :

  • school results – defined further on;
  • the requester is between 6 and 19 years old;
  • net income / family member is less than 800 RON;

AUAN introduced four categories of support for the beneficiaries :

  • 1. GRANT I – 19 beneficiaries;
  • 2. GRANTS II– 5 beneficiaries;
  • 3. GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS, EASTER  – APPROX. 50 beneficiaries.
  • 4. Punctual interventions : acordarea sumei de 1500 lei pentru fiecare beneficiar AUAN care termina clasa a XII si a sumei de 500 lei pentru fiecare benefiariar AUAN la terminarea clasei a VIII-a, providing sponsorships for children / teenagers who participate in contests, competitions, festivals and distribution of all donations received from AUAN members and supporters, to AUAN beneficiaries, as required.
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I. GRANT I – for beneficiaries who :

  • have a general average grade between 9 and 10;
  • respectively the qualification FB –very good;
  • average grade 10, respectively the qualification FB, for conduct;
  • no subject with the average grade under 7, respectively the qualification B.

Grants consist of:

  • monthly amounts, depending on the education cycle, namely:
  • – grades I – IV : 250 RON / month => 2500 RON / school year;
  • – grades V – VIII : 275 RON / month => 2750 RON / school year;
  • – grades IX – XII : 300 RON / month   => 3000 RON / school year.
  • Easter gifts =150RON, Christmas = 150 RON and June 1st – depending on the situation;
  • occasional donations made by AUAN members and supporters.

II. GRANTS II – for beneficiaries who :

  • have a general average grade between 8 and9, respectively the qualification B and FB for all subjects;
  • average grade 10, respectively the qualification FB, for conduct;
  • no subject with the average grade under 6,respectively the qualification B.

Grants II consist of :

  • monthly amounts, depending on the education cycle, namely:
  • – grades I – IV : 150 RON / month => 1500 RON / school year;
  • – grades V – VIII : 175 RON / month => 1750 RON / school year;
  • – grades IX – XII : 200 RON / month => 2000 RON / school year.
  • Easter gifts =150 RON, Christmas = 150 RON and June 1st – depending on the situation;;
  • occasional donations made by AUAN members and supporters.

III. GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS, EASTER and JUNE 1st – for :

  • former AUAN members who do not enter any of the first three categories;
  • brothers/sisters of beneficiaries of 2018-20197 projects where there are several children in the family;
  • other children/ teenagers that submit to AUAN and do not enter any category. Gifts consist of sweets, food, fruit, etc. in approx.. amount of 150 RON/beneficiary for Christmas, 150 RON/beneficiary for Easter, depending on the situation, for June 1st.

IV. PUNCTUAL INTERVENTIONS –for beneficiaries who :

  • submit to AUAN for sponsorship in view of participation to competition, contests, festivals , therefore children/teenagers who are remarkable in a domain;
  • submit to AUAN for material support: clothes, shoes, various objects, etc. received as donations from AUAN members and supporters.

To stimulate the growth of school performance, the situation of each beneficiary will be evaluated at the end of the first semester and, given that conditions are found to be others than those in the contract (for example, the average increase over 9), the beneficiary enter another category of scholarship, based on an addendum to the contract. Amounts allocated to beneficiaries are strictly for their needs, especially for raising school performance. AUAN responsible for the case has the obligation to analyze together with the client the priorities of their needs, to give consent on purchases that the beneficiary will make and within maximum two days, to settle their invoice received from the beneficiary, the invoice certifying the acquisition of goods agreed above (according to the agreement between AUAN and the beneficiary). Grants I and II are granted based on individual contracts concluded between AUAN and the beneficiaries. Needs of beneficiaries, identified during social investigations, are:

  • food, clothes, shoes;
  • books, notebooks, stationery, exercise books, dictionaries, computers, tutoring;
  • dental treatments, dental braces;
  • ophthalmologic consultations, eyeglasses;
  • camps, trips.

Working procedure: Procedura de lucru : bursele se depun in contul bancar, pus la dispozitie de beneficiar, cumulat / semestru. Responsabilii de caz impreuna cu asistentul social monitorizeaza lunar beneficiarii, urmarind astfel ca fondurile alocate sa fie cat mai eficient folosite. .

The Beneficiaries Enrolled in the AUAN Project for 2018-2019

GRANT I

BENEFICIARY 1

Ana-Maria is a 12th grade student; single-parent family; General average grade = 9.63; net income / family member = 82 RON / month. Grant I = 300 RON /month

BENEFICIARY 2

Andreea is a 9th grade student of one of the best high schools in Sibiu. General average grade = 9.27; net income / family member = 727 RON / month. Grant I = 300 RON / month .

BENEFICIARY 3

Petra is a 12th grade student; General average grade = 9.39 Single-parent family; net income / family member = 709 RON. Grant I = 300 RON / month

BENEFICIARY 4

Lavinia is a 6th grade student. General average grade = 9.19; She plays the violin; net income / family member = 385RON / month. Grant I = 275 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 5

Luiza is a IVth grade student; General average grade = V.G.; Net income / family member = 385 RON / month. Grant I = 250 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 5

Maria is a 12th grade student; General average grade = 9.31; Net income / family member = 387 RON / month. Grant I = 300 / month.

BENEFICIARY 7

Ana is a 12th grade student; general average grade =9.60 .; net income / family member = 709 RON. Single-parent family. Grant I = 300 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 8

Luana is a 8th grade student; General average grade = 9.83.; She plays the piano and the pan flute and sings; she participated and won numerous prizes at national contests and festivals; Net income / family member = 151 RON. Grant I = 275 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 9

Mario is a 5rd grade student; General average grade = VERY GOOD; He plays the piano; net income / family member = 151 RON. Grant I = 275 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 19

 
Andrei is a 3th grade student; General average grade =V.G..; Net income / family member = 408 RON. Grant I = 250 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 11

Flavius is a 12rd grade student; general average grade = 9.52.; Net income / family member = 296 RON. Grant I = 300 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 12

Dominique is a 10th grade student; general average grade = 8.89; Very good singer, she participated to and won numerous prizes at national contests and festivals; Net income / family member = 647 RON / month; Grant I = 300 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 13

Andreea R. is a 8th grade student. General average grade = 9.44; net income / family member = 296 RON / month. Grant I = 275 RON / month .

BENEFICIARY 14

 Floriana is a 9th grade student. General average grade = 9.63; net income / family member = 408 RON / month. Grant I = 300 RON / month. 

BENEFICIARY 15

Ruben is a 7th grade student; general average grade = 9.23; ; net income / family = 509 RON. Grant I = 275 RON /month

BENEFICIARY 16

Nicoleta is a 10th grade student; single-parent family; General average grade = 9.72; net income / family member = 595 RON / month. Grant I = 300 RON /month

BENEFICIARY 17

Marc B. is a 5rd grade student; general average grade = V.G.; Net income / family member = 634 RON. Grant I = 275 RON / month.

BENEFICIARY 18

femeieM. is a 12th grade student. General average grade = 9.50.; Net income / family member = 800 RON / month. Grant I = 300 RON / month.

 

 

BENEFICIARY 19

femeieA. is a 9th grade student;  General average grade = 9.94; net income / family member = 737 RON / month. Grant I = 300 RON /month

 

GRANT II

BENEFICIARY 20

Ioana is a 11th grade student; general average grade = 8.22; won numerous national contests at jumps; taken into care by a good-hearted family. Grant II = 200 RON / month

BENEFICIARY 21

Samuel is a 11th grade student; general average grade = 8.52; net income / family member = 709 RON. single-parent family. Grant II = 200 RON / month.

BENEFICIAR 22

 Marius is a 5th grade student. General average grade = G+VG; net income / family member = 488 RON / month. Grant II = 175 RON / month
BENEFICIAR 23
Denisa is a 12th grade student. General average grade = 8.16; net income / family member = 634 RON / month. Grant II = 200 RON / month din sem II.
BENEFICIARY 24
femeieP. is a Xth grade student. General average grade = 8.53; net income / family member = 728 RON / month. Grant II = 200 RON / month.