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Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India

by El Shaddai Charitable Trust
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Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
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Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India
Be the lifeline of a 1000 children in India

Summary

This project will ensure nutritious food, quality education and desired health to 1000 children, through our 7 Children's Homes for the orphaned,neglected & abandoned children in the streets, 3 Day Care shelters & 4 community centers in the poorest sections of the society for the children of the slum dwellers to have a fair chance in life to grow out of the crude hands of exploitation.

$25,000
total goal
$3,657
remaining
153
donors
4
monthly donors
3
fundraisers
5
years

Challenge

At the age of play & exploration, the children in the streets are weighed down with the responsibility of filling their stomachs. At the age of learning right from wrong, they are exploited by their own parents into the trades of child labor, prostitution, beggary and looting. We aim to have a positive effect on the lives of 1000 children from deprived backgrounds. This project will ensure the rescue of children from non-conducive environments and gifts them a future & hope.

Solution

ESCT provides nutrition, shelter, health care, and education to the children who are deprived of basic necessities in life. we become the second home for children, where they are cared for in all the aspects of having a lovely childhood, from 3 meals a day, regular health checkups, formal & non-formal education; to play time and picnics. We give a safe haven for the children with individualized care & expressions of love and keep them far away from the reach of exploiters.

Long-Term Impact

The project will support the holistic development of 1000 children, by enabling them to break the cycle of poverty in their families with their dignified independence and by saving the future generations from falling prey to dire poverty. Education is the tool to break away from poverty and a weapon to contain the vicious cycle of poverty from breaking out. By securing the life of one child, we are safeguarding the lives of generations.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

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Organization Information

El Shaddai Charitable Trust

Location: Mapusa, Goa - India
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Project Leader:
Anita Edgar
Mapusa, Goa India
$21,343 raised of $25,000 goal
 
329 donations
$3,657 to go
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