Children
 India
Project #3571

Help to get breakfast for 500 Poor Kids at school

by Samaritan Help Mission
Vetted

Summary

Tiffin Program for 500 Poor kids living in the slum and getting better future through education at Samaritan Mission School.
$515
total raised
16
donors
0
monthly donors
6
years active

Challenge

Although there are large numbers of very poor and Vulnerable children living in unhygenic condtion with no electricity, house playing near the Railway Track, Father in Jail for the Crime of drug peddling, Mother works as Housemaid, Leave the Child at the mercy of her Neighbour, Urgent need arises to bring these unfortunate Children and save them falling into the clutches of drug mafia, who use them as means for their work. Begging mafia takes the children to beg. This will help the children

Solution

The Tiffin Program for such poor Kids at School will be providing daily nutritious breakfast, after they come to school, this will attract them as well as other children staying in the slum.

Long-Term Impact

The Children after getting education will turn to be a good citizen, The society who suffers the most if these Children become hard core criminal will have a healthy society. In the coming years automatically the whole scenario will change.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

http:/​/​samaritanhelpmission.org
Samaritan Mission School Tiffin Program

Organization Information

Samaritan Help Mission

Location: Howrah, West Bengal - India
Website: http:/​/​www.samaritanhelpmission.org
Project Leader:
Mamoon Akhtar
Howrah, West Bengal India

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