Udayan Care

Appalled by the stark reality of 31 million orphans in India and shocked by the condition of institutions housing them, a few like- minded individuals got together to take serious action. This obsession was the seed which sprouted as Udayan Care, - which was registered in 1994, as a Public Charitable Trust. While our first initiative was the Udayan Ghar programme for orphaned and abandoned children, we gradually worked towards ensuring higher education for girls through the Udayan Shalini Fellowship. In 2004, Udayan Care also initiated an Outreach programme for children affected by HIV, as well the Udayan Information and Technology Centres to improve employability of under-served communities...
Sep 4, 2014

Capacity Building Through Computer literacy

Charities Aid Foundation visited our center
Charities Aid Foundation visited our center

Udayan Care initiated Computer Literacy Programme to broaden horizons and bring IT close to the lives of underserved rural and urban communities in Delhi and NCR, and thus empower them for greater job prospects. Since the uniqueness lies in the fact that it apart from providing Computer Literacy Programme to youth,the programme it helped in capacity building of the trainers to increase their application skills and teaching skills. Following are activities organised to build the capacity of the trainer.

  • To expand the knowledge of our trainers a workshop on CSS (Cascade style sheet) was organised. Our in-house resource person Mr. Hari Shankar taught our trainers to use the language for describing the look and formatting of a document written in a markup language.
  • To enhance the teaching skills of the trainers, a workshop on effective teaching skills was organised. The workshop was organised by Mr Swayam Mohanty & Mr Bhansakarn. The workshop talked about means of effective teaching and how to make the teaching effective and interesting.

Following are the Donors Visits organised to the center:

  • Charities Aid Foundation (one of our donor) visited the center for monitoring the working and functioning of the center.
  • UPS foundation (One of our donor) visited our Badarpur centre (one of our 8 centers) and organised activities like extempore, quiz and public speaking to build the confidence among students.

Co-curricular Activities:

  • Quiz competition was organised at one of our centers at Sidhrawali.
  • Poster making competition on the social theme was organised at one of our centers at located in Dadri.

Achievements during project period:

1)     In 2014-15 (April –June), we have successfully enrolled 328 students across all the centers, out of total enrollments 184 were male and 144 were females.

2)     Tie up with NIELIT (National institute of electronics and information technology). Through the association we have been able upgrade the course curriculum for Computer Literacy

Success Story of Ankur 

Twenty  year old Ankur from East Vinod Nagar (Delhi) living in a rented house with his mother & two sisters, his father is expired in a road accident in year 2006 after this all family responsibilities comes over his shoulders . He had completed his 10+2 through open school with part time job. Ankur was searching for a better job, but without knowledge of computers, he could not succeed in his efforts.

Soon he heard through his friend about Udayan care Computer center, East Vinod Nagar, he decide to take admission in our one year course ADCA (advance Diploma in Computer Application), and we provide him 50% concession in course fee.

After completing his course, he started looking for a job & soon got one as a Billing cum Computer Operator at a monthly salary of Rs.8500/- in KFC Restaurant in Shipra Mall, Delhi.

He is happy to become economically independent plus support his family & complete his graduation.

Confidence Building Activity organised by UPS
Confidence Building Activity organised by UPS
UPS Team posing with our students
UPS Team posing with our students
CAF auditor interacting with students
CAF auditor interacting with students

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Jul 8, 2014

Global Giving at Udayan Care

Alexis with USF Fellows
Alexis with USF Fellows

We are so grateful to Alexis, Programme Manager, Global Giving for taking out some time to meet USF Fellows in her short trip to India. After Global Giving’s ambassador’s visit last year, it was the second time that a direct global giving representative visited Udayan Care and spent time with the fellows and children we work with.

It was an amazing experience for our fellow girls since they got to meet Alexis, who is a face of those who had supported them in transforming their life and allow them to fulfill their aspiration for higher education. Alexis had a group interaction with our Shalini’s in which they told her about the transforming experiences of their journey and how the programme had groomed their personality and inculcated a sense of leadership and confidence in them. 

Fellows sharing their experiences with Alexis
Fellows sharing their experiences with Alexis
Jul 8, 2014

Global giving at Sunshine Home

Alexis at Sunshine Home
Alexis at Sunshine Home

We are so grateful to Alexis, Programme Manager, Global Giving for taking out time to visiting our Udayan Ghar Children on 26-06-2014. It was a wonderful experience for our little girls where they enjoyed a big laugh, a dance and a lunch with her. Our kids were so excited and happy on meeting Alexis. Besides our children, she was very delighted and touched after meeting the children.

It was a wonderful experience for me to visit your organization and such an inspiration to meet all your fellows. I think the Mentor Mothers are doing a great job in caring those children”.

Children Posing with Alexis
Children Posing with Alexis
Few Little Dancing Steps
Few Little Dancing Steps
Enjoying Yummy Lunch
Enjoying Yummy Lunch

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