Our main aim is to support children who are affected / infected with HIV AIDS, who belong to aged parents, migrants, alcoholic parents, children who are orphans, single parent and abandoned a secured future and help them with their denied rights - food, education and proper clothing. Our RESIDENTIAL HOME will continue to work as a Community Based Home i.e,children will stay with their parents&financial support (expenses pertaining to nutritional, educational, medical, toiletry) will be offered
In villages, migration is a regular practice for many centuries. Reasons are poverty,social strife,ultimate dependence on monsoons,etc. In the absence of a livable wage&social welfare benefits,to assume a better living, local residents seek employment in nearby towns. Thus it creates an insecured life style for women and children early child marriages, prevalence of unemployment,unhygienic health situation, etc. Youth in such families are left without attention&most of them are school drop outs.
Our aim is to support children who are affected due to the above said reasons with a secured future. Our RESIDENTIAL HOME will continue to work as a Community Based Home i.e, children will stay with their parents & financial support (expenses pertaining to nutritional, educational, medical, toiletry) will be offered till they reach their high school and further on with vocational guidance. Through this support, we enable the youth to achieve their educational potential.
Through this, we help the children to be closer to their family, have a warm feeling, create a friendlier environment as well as help them understand crystal clear their family's social and financial shortcomings. By satisfying their basic amenities, children will be at ease with their studies and will be able to continue their studies till their high school. They will have more opportunities to support their parents, siblings or other relatives in the future.
This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).
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