Project #17558

Food for 2014-15 to 25 deprived children in India

A microproject by New Life


This micro project will meet out the cost of providing nutritious food to 25 deprived children in our home in India for the year June 2014 to May 2015. Hence the children will grow healthy and will be free from diseases.
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The children in the crime prone areas are vulnerable to abuse due to their difficult circumstances.This is more so when the child is single-parented or when the parent is in conflict with law. These children are protected in our home. Coming from a family that least cares for their health and nutrition, they are under weight or unhealthy. Hence they are to be fed with nutritious food.


The project aims at making the 25 children in our home healthy and attain age appropriate weight by providing them a nutritious food.

Long-Term Impact

The project will raise 25 citizens with confidence and courage to build a bright future for themselves and people around them. These children are saved from juvenile delinquency and child abuse. Which in future will save their generation from involving in activities that conflict with law. This is a contribution towards a crime free society.


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Poonjolai - The home for children

Organization Information

New Life

Location: Somarasampettai, Trichirappalli - India
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Beatrice Vanaja
Chief Administrative Officer
Trichy, TamilNadu India

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