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  • About our Sunshine Homes

With your constant support these SunShine Homes have nurtured over 406 children with love and protection in 13 Homes across Delhi, NCR, Kurukshetra and Jaipur. Presently, there are 196 children across all homes. Every moment these little kids make us feel like proud parents; sharing with you all one of those proud moments below.

Abha (Name Changed) came to Udayan Care when she was only 9 years. She had been handed over to Udayan Care by Palna (Delhi Council for Child Welfare) by the orders of Child Welfare Committee, Kingsway Camp, Delhi for long-term care, support, rehabilitation and better education. As per the records available with Palna, Neetu was declared an abandoned child.

Being a child with Low I.Q. level, she wasn’t stretched much towards academics rather facilitated to learn stitching and tailoring. She also showed interest in managing house independently. Keeping her this interest in mind, we provided her an opportunity in Kids Kingdom play school to learn skills and to earn money.

Just like any other girl she too desired to get settled through marriage, fortunately we found a nice match for her and got happily married on 3rd November 2014. The ceremony took place in the home at Greater Noida, where she grew up.

Presently, she has adjusted well in her new family life, performing her roles very well. She is also participating in taking care of the family business and facilitating the business in her leisure time.

Parul (Name changed) was born in Kolkata. After losing her father at a very young age, Pinky’s mother struggled to take care of her and her sister. Her mother worked in an export warehouse where she barely made enough to support herself. Pinky arrived at Udayan Care, Mehrauli Ghar, through child welfare committee. For three years, she lived together in the Mehrauli home with about a dozen other girls. With active and caring mentor parents, Pinky remembers feeling truly cared for, for the first time.

Udayan Care developed a tie up with a very prestigious private school in Greater NOIDA she was then offered a freeship to attend Delhi Public School School in Greater NOIDA and thus had to move to the Greater Noida home.

Parul has been living independently, since, supporting herself with a good job as a Booking Relations and Senior Executive in a building company. She has become a successful, independent, and driven young woman.  Her early childhood years, however, were neither easy nor pleasant.  She believes that although she has made decisions that she has had to learn hard lessons from, Udayan Care has been a massive opportunity for her, crediting it with where she is today.  By the help and support of her Mentor Parents, Supervisors, Care Givers, Social Workers, and other Udayan Care employees, she feels as though she was given a second chance at life, and is currently making the most of it.

She got married recently to Sumit (Name Changed), on 7th December, 2014, at Bulandshahar, a small town in Uttar Pradesh, about 100 kms away from Greater NOIDA, a place which is ancestral home to her husband’s family.

  • Workshops during this Quarter

Like every quarter, this quarter also we conducted several workshops with children, caretakers, coordinators, mentor mothers. These workshops were conducted on various topics as per the need.

Oral hygiene” – Taking into consideration the dental reports of the children at homes it was decided to conduct a workshop with the caregivers in order to enhance their awareness towards Oral Hygiene. As a result on October 29, 2014 a workshop was conducted on “Oral hygiene”by Dr Shalini (Name Changed) who is a dentist by profession and runs her dental clinic in Gurgaon.

Child Sexual Abuse” -Child Sexual Abuse is the most heinous of all sexual crimes that can be perpetrated against children. Most of them suffer silently and often bear the mental and emotional scars the entire life therefore on October 31, 2014 by the mental health consultant of Udayan Care Dr Dillip (Name Changed) on the topic “Child Sexual Abuse”with the Mentors and the Coordinators taking care of the children at home. Dr. Dillip (Name Changed) at Head Office conducted a workshop with the caregivers on November 28, 2014 on the topic “Child Sexual Abuse”. The purpose of this workshop was to enhance the awareness of the caregivers about “child sexual abuse at foster care”.

Poetry & Creative Writing”  - On November 6, 2014 Prof. Arunima (Name Changed) conducted a workshop with a brief introduction about the workshop upon “Poetry & Creative Writing” with the children. She started on a light note and described the usage of bilingual language in social media these days and its relevance in present scenario, which is highly influential in their verbal and written communication. Dr. Dillip (Name Changed) at Head Office conducted a workshop with the children on December 13, 2014 on the topic “Child Sexual Abuse”. The purpose of this workshop was to aware children about the good touch and bad touch and how strangers can handle them and what they have to do to avoid such happenings.

Mental Health and Interventions for Better Care and Management of Institutionalized Children and Young Adults  - On December 19th and 20th training was also organized by Udayan Care in support with UNICEF which was Workshops onMental Health and Interventions for Better Care and Management of Institutionalized Children and Young Adults at India International Centre, New Delhi. The key objective of this workshop was to train and build capacity in therapeutic techniques of NGOs staff, volunteers and    professionals in addressing mental health issues, related to attachment, loss, grief and trauma, faced by institutionalised children.

Communication Skill, Self, Team building and Crisis Management” - A workshop with caregivers was also conduct on December 24, 2014 working upon their “Communication Skill, Self, Team building and Crisis Management”.

  • Recreational activities

Recreational activities were organized in collaboration with Corporates (CSR), who is our direct/ indirect stakeholders Such as home visit by ASOS to couple of our children’ home. Children of Udayan Care are given all possible exposure to fly high & touch the sky. As a result a small group of 12 – 13 children having interest in creative writing, reading and eager to know more about editing and publishing were taken for a visit to Dorling Kindersley, one of the international publishing company specializing in the creation of high-quality, illustrated books and online resources.On October 8th, 2014 the children visited Dorling Kindersley’s of at NOIDA where in they were welcomed by the team there. Children were served refreshments and were introduced to the team of DK representing various departments. Children were made to go through an exhaustive power point presentation to explain them the concepts of writing and most importantly the various dimensions of the planning, making, different styling, designing & publishing.

On November 14, 2014 children of the home located at Sant Nagar celebrated children’s day along with the team of Make My Trip Pvt. Ltd. Children danced on Bollywood Songs with the MMT Staff, Played Musical Chair, Snacks were served to the children and care staff, ripped Cake, Gifts were distributed (bags, bottles, tiffin box etc.). The children had great time and enjoyed a lot. They were really excited after receiving gifts. The children interacted with the MMT staff and promised to visit our home.

Standard chartered visited Gurgaon home on November 13, 2014 to celebrate children’s day Ms. Garima, the coordinator and their team was very happy to be with the kids. They expressed that it was an amazing experience and we were touched to see the spirit of Mr & Mrs Ghosh along with the coordinator Ravi Francis. She said that it is a place where I would like to come again to contribute not only in monitory terms but also for the development of the children! Thanks for making it a memorable experience.

Winter Carnival
Winter Carnival
Wedding bells in our Home
Wedding bells in our Home
Abha
Abha's Wedding
Bright and healthy smile of Rupali
Bright and healthy smile of Rupali

Introduction about 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.

Udayan Care’s initiatives are focused towards regenerating the rhythm of life of the disadvantaged. Through the power of mentorship, we nurture children who are orphaned and abandoned in the warmth of a family at Udayan Ghars, our long-term foster homes; ensure young girls higher education through our education fellowships; enable underserved youth and adults to improve their employability skills in our IT & vocational training centers; and enable children affected by HIV to live with hope, through our Outreach programme.

About Sunshine Homes

Based on the belief that a loving home and family is the right of every child, Udayan Ghars, long term residential homes, nurture children, who are orphaned or abandoned in a simulated family environment through a strategy called L.I.F.E – Living In Family Environment. There are single and multi unit Udayan Ghars, wherein 12 children (6-18 years), constitute a unit to give individual attention to each child. This ‘Group Foster Care’ model ensures children love and care by a group of Mentor Parents – socially committed individuals (volunteers), who groom these children with a team of social workers, care givers and supervisors. Udayan Ghars are located in middle class neighborhoods to help children reintegrate with mainstream society. Children receive quality education in some of the best schools. Once they reach the age of 18 years, they move into our Aftercare facilities and continue higher education or vocational training.

Presently, 198 children and young adults live at our 13 Sunshine Homes across Delhi & NCR, Kurukshetra and Jaipur. With a vision to reach out to more children, more homes are in the offing.

Following are the activity happened in the Sunshine Homes during the reporting period of time:

1. Workshops:

  • Workshop on "Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO)"

A session was held with Mr. Anant Asthana, lawyer (child rights activist), on POCSO Act to get a clarity on the various rules/clauses of the act and the responsibility of various stakeholders involved with the children.  Mentors, coordinators were a part of the discussion and had non-ending queries to which Mr. Asthana readily responded. The session ended with the members more informed and responsible while working towards the child rights. 

  • Workshop on Family strengthening:

Sister Black and Elder Black from India New Delhi Mission conducted a workshop on family strengthening with mentors and coordinators of the sunshine home. They stressed on the importance of having a family night once in a week in which children and mentors/social workers could have a time off from their busy and demanding schedules and could have some light moments with each other. They also told that the discussion must have an agenda which could be imparting moral values or various life skills.

  • Workshop on Life Skills:

A workshop held at one of our Sunshine Homes for Girls in Gaziabad district Uttar Pradesh was held on Life Skills for adolescents. The workshop was aimed at making the girls comfortable about the changes that they might be feeling. The workshop touched upon the adolescent issues. During the workshop the girls informed and discussed about the changes they have seen few years within themselves, be it emotionally, psychologically or physically

2.  Consultation:

  • Multi-stakeholder Consultation on After Care in India

On 17th September 2014, a Multi-stakeholder Consultation on After Care in India was conducted by Udayan Care in India International Center. The consultation aimed at brainstorming on the importance of After Care services in India and also taking the voices of adults and other Ngo’s to the government. Representatives from various non-governmental organizations and members of government authorities participated in the event

3. Success Story:

  • Rupali (Name Changed), a 7 year old girl from Kurushetra, a district in the State of Haryana, had never dreamt of a life outside her village as she struggled to make her basic ends meet after her parents abandoned her. She was later transferred to Udayan Care by the Child Welfare Committee in the year 2009. Rupali(Name Changed) due to her traumatic past life was a very reserved child but after coming under Udayan Care’s guidance she underwent tremendous improvement and started developing communication skills.  She also regained her lost self- esteem and confidence.

Today, Rupali(Name Changed) is in class 6 and is studying in one of the best schools of Kurushetra. She has won several medals in various competitions and has transformed into an out-spoken girl who aspires to be an engineer. In her new loving and caring family environment, Rupali has started to spread her wings ready to take their flight. 

Family Strengthening Workshop
Family Strengthening Workshop
Workshop on POCSO
Workshop on POCSO
Life Skill workshop with adolescent girls
Life Skill workshop with adolescent girls
Multi-stakeholder Consultation on After Care
Multi-stakeholder Consultation on After Care
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
Visit by  ASOS-Volunteers at our Home
Visit by ASOS-Volunteers at our Home

 Story of our Golden Girl

Mamta was a 9 year old abandoned child when she came to us in the year 2006. She has very traumatic past life where in her biological parents separated, father remarried as a result she came in the custody of her father and stepmother. Her stepmother ill-treated Mamta, made her do all household chores and did not allow her to go to school. Mamta was abandoned by her father at the Railway Station. She was rescued by the Railway Police and sent to children’s home at Nirmal Chhaya. Keeping in view the best interest of the child; Mamta was transferred by the Child Welfare Committee to us on 27.07.2006.

Later Mamta was diagnosed as a child with special needs with IQ of 50-60 & is therefore been provided all the mental health facilities by the organization such as rigorous medical supervision & medication by Dr. Deepak Gupta (Mental Health Expert) for aggression/hyperactive behaviour and bed wetting.

But despite of all the above hurdles Mamta did not stop, she never looked back, she kept her spirit on with whatever she had and tarnished her skills very well with the resources been provided to her just like any other child living with her by Udayan Care. Once started she never looked back. Here are those stars shining on her shoulder.

Presently Mamta is studying in Balvantray Mehta School participated in Special Olympics , Bharat ( National Championship for Athletics) held at J L N Stadium from 12th Mar'14 to 15th Mar'15 has won first position ( Gold Medal) in Shot Put 3 kg Div.; second position ( Silver Medal) in 4X100 M Relay and 100 M Run.

Whenever opportunity knocked her door she has never missed it!!! She has always made us proud and we are really blessed to have a child like Mamta.

 Worskhops and Trainings:

During this Quarter children were also exposed to various workshops to enhance their skills. In order to develop a sense of citizenship a workshop on “Rights & Responsibility being a citizen of India” was organized for them with the help of “We the people”, “Child Sexual Abuse” conducted by the home coordinators across all homes. On Jan 4, 2014Udayan Ghar Programme (team) celebrated Winter Carnival at Gurgaon along with the entire team and children and had great fun. To keep the kids physically fit On Feb 9, 2014Udayan Ghar Programme (team) celebrated 8th Sports Day sponsored by Adidas group at Banyan Tree School. And to keep the children well prepared about the world outside On Feb 22, 2014a consultation was organized at Udayan Care head office with theyoung adults coming fromdifferent Child Care Institutions such as: Minda Bal Gram, Prayas, Salam Balak Trust, Sai Kripa to discuss upon “How Mental health Interventions & its standards can be improved & enhanced” 

Similarly various conduct with the direct stakeholders of this programme who are dealing with the children on a day to day basis & nurturing them. These workshops focused on the Mental Health Intervention, Financial Overview, Monitoring and Evaluation to facilitate the smooth running of the children homes, planning to establish a Skill development centre for Children with special needs.

Recreational Activities

Other Recreational activities were organized in collaboration with Corporates (CSR), who is our direct/ indirect stakeholders. Such as home visit by ASOS to couple of our children’ home.

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2014, the volunteers staying in Greater Noida girl’s home organized a small workshop for the girls staying at home that day. The designated target was to collect answers to the question “Why am I proud to be a girl/ woman?” and hereby to reinforce their self-awareness of being a girl.

Everyone could share their ideas and write them on the prepared chart papers. The girls who are not yet able to write tried to express their feelings on this subject by drawing pictures. At the end of the workshop we fixed the presentation on the board in front of the kitchen to remind all of us of the meaning of this special day. Furthermore the children expressed that this day makes all of us to be proud of being girls and women and to regard our gender as a great individual benefit.Even though the girls needed some time to come up with their ideas, the workshop was a good opportunity to awake every girl’s pride of their gender and all its positive affects especially because for many girls being a girl in India is challenging sometimes.

 Need you Help to plan activities for Summer Camp for our children at Sunshine Homes

Coming May-2014 , we are planning to hold a Summer Camp for our children from our Sunshine homes like every year. We would like to hear from you some suggestion and ideas about what all activities  we can plan during the 4 day camp. It would be nice to know your feedback where you could be indirectly become a part of our planning team for Summer Camp.

You can write us at : fundraising@udayancare.org

Mamta-Our Success Story
Mamta-Our Success Story
CSR Event
CSR Event
Event by Avanta TATA
Event by Avanta TATA
International Women
International Women's Day celebration

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Kawalpreet-Our Success Story
Kawalpreet-Our Success Story

                                                             ABOUT UDAYAN CARE

Udayan Care is a Public Charitable Trust, working for the last 19 years, for the quality care of disadvantaged children and women. Udayan Care’s initiatives are focused towards regenerating the rhythm of life of the disadvantaged. Through the power of mentorship, we nurture children who are orphaned and abandoned in the warmth of a family at Udayan Ghars, our long-term foster homes; ensure young girls higher education through our education fellowships; enable underserved youth and adults to improve their employability skills in our IT & vocational training centers; and enable children affected by HIV to live with hope, through our Outreach programme.

In 19 years, we have served more than 10,500 people in 12 cities and advocate for children's rights in alignment with the Indian Constitution, and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

                                                           Udayan Ghar Programme

Udayan Ghars are based on the belief that a loving family and home is the rightful privilege of every child. This belief took shape in 1996 in the form of L.I.F.E: Living in Family Environment, when the first Udayan Ghar was set up. This model enables erstwhile orphaned and abandoned children in Udayan Ghars to grow in a loving family environment. In these homes, the children are loved and cared for by a group of Mentor Parents-socially committed individuals (volunteers) who groom the children with a team of social workers, and resident care givers.

These homes are located in busy, middle class neighborhoods, so children can re-integrate themselves into society. Our children are receiving quality education in some of the best educational institutions. Since inception Udayan Ghars have nurtured over 291 children with love and protection in 13 Homes across Delhi, NCR, Kurukshetra and Jaipur. Presently, there are 164 (excluding aftercare) children across all homes.

                                  SUCCESS STORY OF KAWALPREET_ Special Olympics, Australia

Our joy crossed all boundaries when Kawalpreet, our child from Udayan Ghar Mehrauli, returned back home victorious with a Gold and Bronze medal.

 The sound of applause still echoes in the ears of Kawalpreet Kaur, our child from Udayan Ghar Mehrauli who made us proud in Special Olympics, Australia by winning a Gold Medal in 200 meter race.

 A round of excitement went all across our Udayan family when 2 months before the event, Kawalpreet told us that she has been selected by her school – Akshay Pratishtha, to represent India during Special Olympics 2013 in Athletics/Track and Field. Since then, she started her practice religiously by waking up at five in the morning so that she can easily juggle through her daily routine of going to school and doing her homework!

Her rigorous practice gave reward when at New Castle, Australia; she brought laurels to India as well as Udayan Care, by winning a Goldmedal in 200 m race and a Bronze medal in relayrace. She even secured a 5th position in Long Jump and a 3rd position in Practice. Kawalpreet was amongst the 68 other participants who went with their Coach Mr. Surender to represent India.

“I felt wonderful when the whole crowd cheered for me”, says Kawalpreet, who also brought lots of chocolates and chewing gums for her sisters and teachers as well.

 In Australia, she even managed to spare a few hours from her practice to savor the beautiful scenery of the beach and the beauty of the Nation Zoo. Back home she was welcomed with opened arms and loving smiles of her Udayan Care family. Her Mentor Mother, Ms. Dolly Anand, even in her late 70’s, waited with unmatched zeal for her daughter till late after mid-night at the Delhi Airport. Accompanying her with the same passion were Ms. Aneesha Wadhwa, Mentor Mother and Dr. Kiran Modi, Managing Trustee of Udayan Care.

Kawalpreet is now continuing her practice to nail the qualification round of Special Olympic (World) which is to be held this year in United Kingdom. When asked about her aim she says, “I want to be the next Milkha Singh of India.” She has already been nicknamed as ‘Milkhi’ by her friends and family and is really proud to have an India jersey which is her most valued possession and a source of constant inspiration.

We would like to convey our heartfelt thanks to her school Akshay Pratishtha for giving her a chance to prove her mettle at the Special Olympics and also for the 12 day training camp they held to help her in her practice. Thank you for being her constant support!

 

WORKSHOPS WITH MENTORS, CAREGIVERS & CHILDREN (held at home level & at Head office):

 1.      Workshop with Children:

-          On Career Counseling by Social Potpourri on 12/10/2013

-          Workshop on Caring & Sharing on 28/12/13 by Dr Deepak Gupta

-          Workshop organized in coordination with IIIT, Delhi; a pilot study on “Digital Mysteries” on 14th & 14th December’13

 2.      Workshop with Mentors/ Coordinators:

-          Workshop on Email Etiquette by SOIL Volunteer on 01/12/2013

-          Workshop on Issues & Challenges dealing with CWC members on 10/10/2013

-           Workshop on SEX EDUCATION on 20/10/2013 by Dr. Shilpa Gupta  

-          Workshop on Caring & Sharing on 20/12/13 by Dr Deepak Gupta

 3.      Workshops with Caregiver:

-          Workshop on SEX EDUCATION on 23/10/2013 by Dr. Shilpa Gupta  

-          Workshop on Child Rights & Relevance of Communication Skills by Supervisor (carestaff) on 28/10/2013 

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES: (in collaboration with Corporate, being a part of CSR Events) 

 Mohalla Football Festival (CSR event) 

 The Football Link Trust, a Delhi based not for profit organization, and the Delhi Police jointly organized the Mohalla Football Festival 2013 from the 29th of October to 31st October at the Dr. Ambedkar Stadium and Delhi Armed Police Grounds, Vikaspuri.

Eight children from our Udayan homes for boys (Mayur Vihar, Noida, Gurgaon) assimilated to play football for the social cause of TFL at the Dr. Ambedkar Stadium. The excitement to do something good for society by the society was seen on our children faces. All dressed up well groomed and ready to push the other teams to their limit. The boys under 15 looked like little monsters after seeing the size of the trophy.

 Despite of some field restrictions it was a fun ride to go on a Thursday morning.  The Reporting time for all the teams was 8AM. Since it was a under 19 league match and our kids were making up to the age of 15 we didn’t lose hope, went for the first match fought really hard and won the match against Laxmi nagar with 4-3 in the penalty shootout. We reached the semi finals directly but the match was against TFL (the football link). The senior team who represents their club all over India secured a win over us with a score of 4-0. 

There were many NGO’s like Salam Balak Trust, Magic bus, Angels academy and Save the children were invited. It was a 24 minute match divided into two halfs. At the closing ceremony all the NGO’s received their participation and merit certificate.

 The chief guest reached at the closing ceremony and gave speech but the Udayan children were happy to be part of it.

                           Vatsalya Mela by National Commission Protection Of Child Rights, India

On 17th November 2013 National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), one of the organizers of Vatsalya Mela at Dilli Haat invited Udayan Care Children for Dance Performance for the event. The theme of the event was “Rights & Dignity of Women & Child”. The children of Mehrauli and Mayur Vihar participated with full energy and enthusiasm and performed in front of large audience who highly appreciated their talent. The duet dance performance by Sachin and Raja of Mayur Vihar Home made the audience groove to their tunes , the Udayan care children timely boosted up the morale of the performers by hooting and clapping which gave them confidence to pick up their steps again. Similarly the duet as well as the group dance performance added an element of entertainment in between the competitions and speeches organized by other organization/institutes.

 Udayan Care children also participated in Poster Making Competition the topic of which was “zero tolerance- for women” organized by Jamia Milia Islamia, Political Science Department and showcased their artistic skills as well. Various other activities were also conducted simultaneously such as Poster Making Competition, Extempore, Debate Competition, Skit Competition etc.

 Also, it gave the children exposure of performing in front of such a large live audience and getting direct responses from them. It increased their self confidence, self –esteem and boosted up their morale. The whole Udayan Care Team was highly appreciated by the audience and further they went for their snacks and enjoyed their selected item ordered at the food stall, clicked pictures  and had fun at the event.

 The children came back home with fun filled memories, loads of confidence and zest.

                                                     Christmas Celebration with Genpact

  The children from Sant Nagar Home 13 and Mayur Vihar were invited by Genpact, Gurgaon to celebrate Christmas Day on December 6th, 2013

 Activities undertaken are as followed:

  • Warm Welcome was done by Genpact Team/ Staff.
  • Christmas Cap and Frooti were served to the children.
  • Magic Show
  • Puppet Show
  • Santa Claus distributed gifts to the children
  • Christmas Cake Cutting
  • Santa Claus distributed toffees and gifts to the children
  • Tattoo and Pottery Making
  • Domino Pizza and Cold Drink was served
  • Photo Session

The children were really excited after receiving gifts from Santa Claus. The children had fun time while watching magic show and puppet show. Children shared that this event was amazing and full of fun and enjoyment. All children were very excited before going at Genpact, with the dream what new will happen there and really children didn’t disappoint with this event. They have got lots of fun activities, learning, gathering, snack and lots of games. Children expressed thankful feelings for Ms. Sohini and Genpact for this wonderful time.

 

Last quarter has witnessed so many activities in the lives of those children in their Sunshine homes.Please do let us know your feedback about the same. Please write to us about your thoughts at fundraising@udayancare.org.

Celebrating Christmas at a Corporate office
Celebrating Christmas at a Corporate office
Vatsalya Mela at NCPCR
Vatsalya Mela at NCPCR
Workshops for the Mentor Parents
Workshops for the Mentor Parents
Another Christmas celebration  at a Corporate
Another Christmas celebration at a Corporate
Football Time
Football Time

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Udayan Care

New Delhi, Delhi, India
http://udayancare.org/

Project Leader

Kiran Modi

Managing Trustee
New Delhi, Delhi India

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