Children  India Project #31981

MAMARE -Children Home for Girls in India

by The Bharath Abhyudaya Seva Samithi Vetted since 2011 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified

Summary

Mamare Home In Guntur District India gives new life to orphan girls, abandoned girls and single parent girls. Pillars are : safe place, good nutrition , education and caring environment. For the academic year 2018-2019 Education ( school fees, books,transportation, uniforms...) for our girls will cost 4000 USD Some girls already will start higher studies . This will secure the future from them and their family.

$4,000
total goal
$3,965
remaining
1
donor
0
monthly donors
4
months

Challenge

Orphan girls , abandoned girls and single parent girls struggle to survive in rural area in India without any ones care and education. Most of the families discriminates girls especially those who lost their parents in younger age and treat them like servants in their family as well as a source of income by sending them to labor works instead of send them to schools and not provide sufficient nutrition due to poverty of their families.

Solution

Mamare Home facilitates care, a safe place, healthy nutrition and better education to these deprived unfortunate girls. In this way, they will be able to work on their own future and become strong individuals in their own community.

Long-Term Impact

Every girl in Mamare home will have life-time benefit from staying in Mamare. Instead of becoming a street child or victim of child labour, they will be educated and individuals with a bright future.

Resources

http:/​/​www.bass-india.com

Organization Information

The Bharath Abhyudaya Seva Samithi

Location: Guntur, Andhra Pradesh - India
Website: http:/​/​www.bass-india.com
Project Leader:
Joseph Anthony Arogyanadh Chukka
Mr
Guntur, Andhra Pradesh India

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