This orphanage home aims to provide care, support and protection for 40 orphan & street children. This home has 3 Care Takers, One Teacher. All the orphan children are being provided with 3 times nutritious food, one set of books and 2 sets of uniforms. Every child has opportunity for indoor and out-door recreation and play facilities along with training in crafts and hobbies. All orphan children goes to school every day & progressing good in their studies. Children are studying from I to IX Std
The problem of orphan/ street children is acute due to urbanization and industrialization. Due to the Deaths of AIDS affected persons, Re-marriage of Widowed/ Divorce women, Absence of love and security, Unwanted pregnancy of Sexually exploited girls; these orphan & street children are left without care and support. These Orphan children are involved in rag picking; pick pocketing, begging & participating in anti social, criminal activities. Orphans were without care for food, education, shelter
We have identified orphans & street children in Kurnool District & providing food, education, shelter for all orphan children in Orphanage. These children are going to IGMM School, A.Camp, Kurnool & providing home tuition, health check-up, medicines, cosmetics, one set of books & 2 sets of uniforms every year. This proposal covers 40 orphans & street children. Every child is being provided with nutritional diet, indoor & outdoor recreation and play facilities and training in crafts and hobbies.
This project has potential & impact full in main streaming of orphans & street children. Their basic needs are met & they will get new life through gaining knowledge, vocational skills & life skills. They will get love & affection as if their parents provides. Their confidence level will increase & become good asset to the community. They are developed physically & psychologically & made as good & productive citizens. They will inspire by philanthropy & show humanity towards the community.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
Seruds NGO India