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To help more street children to help themselves
To reach street children who generally lack access to public school services due primarily to poverty. These children have also limited access to food, shelter, protection, and health. Through the Street Education Program of Childhope, they will be assisted and provided basic education and meals. Childhope will also encourage the street youth to engage in different livelihood/service skills training that will help them to have a sustainable job and have an income generating activities.
Healthcare to HIV/AIDS Infected Orphans
Welcomes children and women abandoned due to HIV/AIDS. Instill in them a spirit of self-reliant and self-esteem. Provides shelter, food and medical care for physical well being. Children get to continue their studies in school. 130 HIV/AIDS children in the age group between 04-16 years old are given care and love.
DESIRE Society for HIV/AIDS Children in India
Institutional Care Home of DESIRE Society is a concept of health care & providing comprehensive HIV child development facility. It is inclusive of shelter, nutrition, health, education, social security & overall development related facilitation at large. It is going to benefit 100 HIV children living with HIV /AIDS in India.
Empowering Vulnerable Young People with LifeSkills
We work with 10,000 young people a year through our two innovation labs - After School Life Skills Program & Career Connect Program; have trained over 5500 teachers/educators from 157 partners impacting over 137,500 children & young people & sensitize over 2500 volunteers through our unique Life Skills Development model. We work on a strong collaborative approach with local charities, corporates, volunteers, governments, expert consultants & a host of national & international strategic partners
Giving Children Wings to their Dreams
The After School Life Skills Programme uses Sport (Football) as an experiential medium to engage with young people aged 8-15 from vulnerable backgrounds. The programme is designed to help young people develop vital life skills such as: 1. Interpersonal skills such as teamwork, communication, negotiation and coping skills. 2. Cognitive skills such as decision-making, problem solving and critical thinking. 3. Creativity, confidence, self-awareness
EMPOWER & IGNITE THE YOUTH FOR A BETTER NATION
Literacy India has clearly set its three E's as its goals on course in the next one decade i.e., Education, Empowerment and Employment. Project Karigari provides vocational courses and training to its youth and growing Adolescent. ICT using Soft skill training and other courses like sewing , tailoring , Beauty Culture, Driving and Multimedia, Retail Management and like many courses which will help the youth to find employment or start his/her own Enterprise.
Setu Shiksha Jyoti Kendra - ( Formal School)
by SETU
a) To educate the underprivileged children in Nithari (Village) b) To create a better environment for the weaker section of the society c) To develop a sense of Humanity.
Setu - Women Empowerment Program
by SETU
Women Empowerment Skills aim to achieve, create and contribute to Improved employment / self employment opportunities for young girls and women between the age of 18 to 24 years.
GIFT THE GIFT OF EDUCATION TO AN UNDER-SERVED GIRL
PROJECT NAME - Nandini GIVE THE GIFT OF EDUCATION TO AN UNDERSERVED GIRL CHILD (NANDINI) - Matriculation of a Girl Child (or drop-out, non-school going) through Gyantantra (Digital Dost - Literacy India's Holistic software that covers a curriculum for primary classes in multimedia form) and Vocational Training (Computer Education and Tailoring) for adolescent girls. Gyantantra is a composite learning module featuring a well structured curriculum.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada-Support Young People
Providing a safe, supportive place where Canadian children and youth can go to experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life
Design-Driven Stories Teach Kids Skills
Going to School in India can be quite glum. Often there's no electricity, or too many kids in a class. Your teacher is present, absent, overwhelmed. But then sometimes, every so often, there's a story. It comes once a week, sometimes twice, as graphic novel, a game to play, sometimes it's even a children's scrappy news room made of junk & once-loved-things. Despite all odds, in every community in India, there are children going to school. Stories can reach the poorest children on the planet.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada - Homework Help
This will transform the way that all Clubs deliver their Homework Help programs. Not only will children and youth recieve valuable academic support during the critical after school hours, but this program also increases their access to technology - recognizing that tomorrow's leaders must be deeply immersed in technology today.
Early Diagnosis: Give Cure a Chance
Childhood cancer, when detected at early stage, can be cured 80% of the time. However, many patients are diagnosed at a later stage because most of the initial signs and symptoms that indicate a cancer are similar to the signs and symptoms of other childhood diseases. This project has two main goals: raise awareness of these symptoms within the community and train healthcare professionals to investigate these symptoms in order to increase the chances of an early diagnosis.
Bricks to Books
Bricks to Books is an initiative by Learning Links Foundation to bridge the gap in education inequity & increase awareness of the rights enshrined in the constitution. The project aims to involve the DYC school students, teachers & school going children from the community adopt a robust awareness campaign against abuse, discrimination, exploitation of children & enable them to maximize their potential. Let's join hands & help children carry Books instead of Bricks.Donate and help us
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