Bal Asha Trust will provide Shelter, Food, Medical & Educational Support, Physical Care, Developmental Intervention and Rehabilitation to 40 children between one day to 12 years found abandoned at various public places around Mumbai. Many of them are special needs that with HIV, Hep. B. Deaf, CP, Leprosy and other Physical and Medical disabilities. Bal Asha Trust reaches out to destitute children in rural NGOs in India. Bal Asha Trust has reached out to more than 1200 children in the past.
More than 12 million destitute children in India. These children are often in dangerous situations as they are left to the mercy of stray animals, insects, anti-social elements and unhygienic conditions. There are also children who are surrendered by their birth parents as they are unable to take care of them mainly due to social and medical reasons. There are special needs children in NGOs in rural areas of India who do not receive quality care / medical help due to lack of resources.
Bal Asha Trust will provide a unique spectrum of services 24 x 7 to give quality care to destitute children including that with HIV, CP, Deaf giving Nutritional, Medical, Education, Care and Developmental interventions while they are in the home. Bal Asha Trust along with its team of doctors, social workers, psychologist and nurses are committed to provide love and care to needy children and work selflessly in making a positive change in the lives of children who need care and protection.
Bal Asha Trust aims to provide best quality care to every child in Bal Asha Trust and children of other rural NGOs. This will give these children a quality life while they are in the children's home. The Trust makes strong efforts to rehabilitate children by trying to find their biological families. The Trust has found homes for many special needs children. Every child deserves quality life while in a home and a chance to socially integrated in a family by finding a loving forever family.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).