Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India

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Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India
Home for 50 Challenged Girls in Bangalore, India

Summary

Margadarshi is providing Home, with all amenities for 50 neglected girls with disability hailing from the poorest sections of society in Bangalore, India. These girls are are capable of leading their own own life, as every disability is just physical and it is their Mental Ability is what counts. With proper and timely support these 50 girls with disability will be empowered to lead independent life socially and financially. Margadarshi helps them to achieve this.

$50,000
total goal
$30,517
remaining
308
donors
2
monthly donors
3
years

Challenge

In India 70 million people are with disabilities, among them 82% live in extreme poverty conditions. In Karnataka, where Margadarshi operates, the situation of women with disability are severe due to neglect by their families, lack of support, lack of integration at all levels including that of education, medical, vocational and employment. When they belong to poor families the condition is further worsened and totally neglected.

Solution

Margadarshi has taken up home for the physically challenged women with no means of support or having very little means. They are offered residential care, medical care, physiotherapy and vocational skills in addition to grooming them to develop leadership and life skills. Margadarshi prepares the girls with disability to enter the Society as educated, individuals capable of economic independence and raising families. Provide women who are not literate with skill based work suited to them.

Long-Term Impact

30 Young girls with disability, being Educated will get jobs and take care of themselves and their families. 20 Women with disability will earn a living through the sale of their skill work (making handicrafts items, paper bags, etc.). Thus all of them are no longer financially dependent on others, rather become financially Independent and contributing members of Society.

Additional Documentation

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

Resources

http:/​/​www.margadarshionline.org
Short info about Margadarshi Residential care
Margadarshi Medical camp at Kondavara, India
Photo Gallery
Margadarshi Activities

Organization Information

Margadarshi The Association for Physically Challenged

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
Website: http:/​/​www.margadarshionline.org
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Margaret Rose
Bangalore, Karnataka India
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