Aroh Foundation

To provide effective assistance to the underprivileged, weak and poor people and communities, especially women, in rural and semi-rural areas and slums by way of developing their life-skills, economic-skills and socio-cultural-skills and making them self-reliant.
Provide Nutritional Support to 500 Poor Children
 
A large percentage of children living in slums are malnourished. Their parents are unable to afford a healthy and balanced diet. Weak and hungry children are not able to focus on their learning and other activities, and are not able to realise their full potential. The micro project envisages to provide fruits supplement the diet of children studying at the RISE centres in order to combat prevalent malnourishment in the kids and help them grow into healthy adults.
Help Educate Poor Slum Children In India
 
AROH Foundation plans to improve learning outcomes of poor and underprivileged children in slums. These children suffer from extreme disparity and deprivation and are engaged in rag picking, waste picking or other small jobs. These children are not attending school regularly and are likely to drop out of school. The project aims to provide care and education facilities to 500 such children in the age group of 6-10 years and remove them from shackles of child labour and poverty. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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