Children
 India
Project #24635

Rescue Junction needs a shiny new Kitchen

A microproject by People First Educational Charitable Trust
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Summary

Rescue Junction our Centre for homeless street , abandoned and trafficked children has seen a huge increase in admissions From babies to young mothers to trafficked children the centre has been working to full capacity never turning a child in need away. The centre now provides over 3,000 meals a month to children. The food is nutritious and prepared with great care , but the kitchen is old and dark and lacks enough natural ventilation . We need a hygenic shiny kitchen with fridge etc!
$671.00
total raised
9
donors
0
monthly donors
6
months active

Challenge

We need to upgrade the kitchen not only that we can provide good quality meals to children that are often undernourished and even offer cooking classes to the students in a safe and hygenic environment.

Solution

it will mean more education available to the children, and it will help help tremendously in keeping them safe and healthy.

Long-Term Impact

It is the aim of the trust to engage with the police, railway authorities, the judicial system and local government in helping to provide a child safety network in the district. This has the potential to help thousands of kids.

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Organization Information

People First Educational Charitable Trust

Location: Bodhgaya, Bihar - India
Website: http:/​/​www.peoplefirstbihar.org
Project Leader:
Nick Hansen
Project Liason Officer
Bodhgaya, Bihar India

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