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Udayan Ghar Programme

 Udayan Care had set up its first Udayan Ghar (Home) for children in 1996 and created its own model of LIFE: Living in Family Environment. This model enables erstwhile children in need of Care & Protection in to grow in a loving family environment. In these homes, the children are loved and cared for by a group of Mentor Parents-socially committed individuals (volunteers) who groom the children with a team of Coordinators at homes, along with resident Care Givers, Supervisors, & Volunteers.

These homes are located in busy, middle class neighborhoods, so children can reintegrate themselves into society through direct community involvement which helps mainstreaming the children ahead. Our children and young adults are receiving quality education in some of the best educational institutions such as: The Sagar School at Tijara, Alwar, Mata Bhagwati school, Genesis Global school, Tagore International School, East of Kailash, Banyan Tree School, Global Indian International School etc and colleges/ universities like College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, Hi- Tech Institute of Engineering, Ghaziabad, Punjab University, Lingaya’s University etc.

 Since inception Udayan Ghars have nurtured over 850 children with love, care and protection in 14 Homes across 4 states of India. Presently, there are 181 children across all homes. 24 of our young adults are also been supported through our After Care Programme.

 Workshops/ Activities during this Quarter

During the period of December - February, 2017-18, the team continued working for the betterment of children and the programme. The quarter went well with children enjoying their winter break, tantalizing events and a few corporate engagements. Workshops being a monthly affair addressed several concerns pertaining to Children, Care-givers, Mentor Parents and Coordinators.

Workshops were held with all the programme stakeholders (mentors, coordinators, caregivers, and children). In order to strengthen the stakeholders the following workshops were held during the quarter:

Children don't naturally know how to make good choices. Life skills help children know what to do in everyday situations as well as how to make good decisions about more abstract, long-term choices. Since, in a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life, Life Skill workshops at home were also held like every other quarter which focused on various subjects like self awareness & self identity, coping with emotions, relationship building, healthy & unhealthy relationships, knowing self, decision making, stress management, healthy habits; family & community, communication and problem solving.

YP Foundation, conduct workshops twice in a month at Ghaziabad girls ghar. A range of topics has been selected under the broad topic of sexuality.

Mentor father, Mr. Deepak Sharma and Ghar Admin., Ms. Anita Singh ensure that life skills workshops are conducted at Greater Noida ghar once in every month. The topics covered during the quarter include, knowing myself, worlds that make me happy & unhappy and working in a team

The boys at Mayur Vihar Ghars are grooming and growing out to be bold & confident. Ghar Coordinator, Mr. Tarni ensures that the boys get everything essential for their all round development of personality. During the quarter, the different life skills workshops were conducted on the topics including Feelings, Emotions & Memory, Bullying and Moral Values

Mentor mother, Ms. Rukmani Haldea ensures that her girls in Jaipur Ghar have an equal share for growth and development and are provided all the required skills enabling them to make informed decisions and deal with every day challenges of life. The girls were upraised on the topics such as, Relationship Abuse & Decision Making

Opportunities, events and outings are some of the things that never end for our Udayan Ghar children. The major recreation and co-curricular events that took place during the quarter include –

Theatre Show, I have Dream

Children from Sant Nagar, Mehrauli and Greater Noida Ghars were invited to experience an amazing theater show, ‘I Have a Dream’, musical adaptation of the film Mamma Mia. The show took place on 1st Dec’17 at Sri Ram Center for Performing Arts, Delhi. The story truly showed the spirit of Woman Empowerment as the lead character was a single mother and believed in her to do the appropriate upbringing of her child.

A few quotes from the spectators (Udayan Ghar Girls):

“I loved it. The actors were good.”

“The music and dance was awesome”

“I am happy to watch a play for such a good cause”

“I learnt that we should be happy with the people who love us and not run for those who aren’t there”

“Woman should be strong as the mother in the play”

“We can do theatre as well, the play was great!

Art Workshop by Art Reach India Foundation

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

-Pablo Picasso

Well said by the great artist but, luckily with support of like-minded people like, ArtReach India Foundation, Udayan Ghar children are being helped to sustain their artistic talents through Artroom Programme engaging children in art workshops led by different artists, exposure visits and art exhibitions where children’s art work is put on display.

On 3rd & 9th December, 2017 a specialized workshop was arranged by ArtReach India Foundation with the participants wherein psychologist and art therapist by profession, Ms. Avantika Malhoutra conducted sessions on expressive art therapy using visual arts and theater. The workshop aimed at training the children to conduct basic art therapy sessions and would help them to showcase and share the acquired skills in the upcoming art festival being organized by ArtReach India Foundation later in the month of December.

Yoga Day Celebration with Team adidas

On 2nd Decemeber’17 Children from Gurgaon and Mehrauli Ghars celebrated Yoga Day with team adidas at DLF mall, Saket, Delhi. The children along with the team performed different asana and were also made aware of uncountable benefits of doing yoga. Children enjoyed the event.

Art Festival by Art Reach India Foundation

The art festival was organised by Art Reach India Foundation at Bikaner House, Delhi from 22nd to 24th December’17. The aim of the festival was to showcase and celebrate art by children, young people and women from marginalized communities across India. The 3 days festival included art exhibition & sale, art & craft workshops, film screening and some amazing performances.

Udayan Ghar children being part of their art room and teaching fellowship programme had the exciting opportunity to visit and get involved in the activities. One of the major attractions of the festival had been Udayan Care booth led by the ghar children where, they shared interactive ways of expressing emotions, gratitude and kindness with the visitors. Their artefacts were also displayed at the festival.

Christmas Celebration

From home to home, heart to heart and from one place to another, the joy and warmth of Christmas brings us closer to each other.

The joy of Christmas was just doubled for Udayan Ghar children when Corporates like Genpact, Wipro, Indian Terrain & India Today Group stepped in, to celebrate Christmas with children. Apart, from receiving Christmas presents, children got involved in numerous fun filled activities and enjoyed some mouth watering eats.

Following the similar lines, mentors, social workers and care staff in each of the ghar did not lag behind and tried their best to make this Christmas a special one for children.

Adidas Udayan Care Winter Carnival, 2018 – Its Winterrific

Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand, for a talk beside the fire and for a short break from busy school days. The winters at Udayan Care are Winterrific, as the season forecasts the upcoming amazing events. One such event, Winter Carnival, 2018 was organized at Jagshanti Udayan Ghar, Greater Noida in association with adidas, wherein children across all the Udayan Ghars came together for fun, recreation and showcased their talent through their charming and heart-winning performances. The environment was energizing and full of excitement throughout and delicious eats, exciting games, beautiful décor and music was all there to set the mood. The dance competition, Udayan Ghar ke Sitare remained to be the USP of this tantalizing event, drawing in large participation from ghar children.

Makhar Sankranti Celebration

On 14th January, 2018, girls at Jaipur Ghar celebrated Makhar Snakranti. The pleasant weather, delicious eats and companionship of nears and dears while they all flew colorful kites doubled the fun of celebration.

A Day with Team Accenture

On 20th January, 2018, employees from Accenture visited the Udayan Ghar for Boys, Mayur Vihar. The main aim of the visit had been the interaction with children, organizing games & quiz with them and of course enjoying the mouth watering eats that they got along with them.

Republic Day Celebration

Republic Day was celebrated across different Udayan Ghars on 26th January’18. Each home celebrated the glorious with its own taste where, some sang patriotic songs, participated in quiz and others hoisted flag, made presentation on revolutionaries and shared their stories. The day is celebrated at Udayan Care in order to inculcate patriotism, loyalty and a sense of responsibility in children towards the nation.12th adidas-Udayan Care Annual Sports Day, 2018, Clash of Titans

Explosive energy, cheering crowd, salubrious environment and valiant efforts to be the best was all witnessed at the 12th adidas – Udayan Care Annual Sports Day, 2018, Clash of Titans. The event marking the 12 years old commitment of adidas & Udayan Care to celebrate and inculcate the true spirit of sportsmanship, teamwork & competitive spirit among the young Udayanites through annual sports meet was held at Plaza Farms in Mehrauli on 11th February’18.

The event drawing in participation from across different Udayan Ghars, in different races set as per the children’s age group, came out to be wonderful.

Visit to India Art Fair

On 12th February’18, children got an amazing opportunity to visit to India Art Fair at NSIC Exhibition Grounds in Delhi. A walk through the artifacts not only worked as an experiential learning for the children but, also inspired them to produce such works which is beyond anyone’s imagination.

Success Story (any one)

“I am not slow, I fly low”

Tormented by the fate and abandoned by her parents, little June ended up staying in an orphanage. The non-conducive environment at the orphanage compelled the honourable Child Welfare Committee to transfer the child at Jagshanti Udayan Ghar, Greater Noida for long term care and protection.

Joining the ghar family in October, 2016, June was provided with all the required love, warmth and care by the team consisting of caregivers, mentor parents and, mental health & social work professionals.

Enrolled in a regular school where she couldn’t adjust and performed, June was then assessed by the mental health professional and was found having an I.Q. of 59% thereby making her a child with borderline intelligence. She was later, enrolled in Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan, a school for children with special needs.

Being groomed by the ghar team, June started showing improvements, gained confidence, became interactive and now has an improved level of self esteem. She learnt the skills to carry out her day to day activities and developed her relationship building skills as well.

Apart, she also developed interest towards sports and has always been encouraged to come forth & participate in all sports related events.

Recently, June participated in the Futsal NCC cum National Championship (a football championship) organized at Shri Prem Nagar Ashram, Uttarakhand on 19th Febraury’18 where she not only played extremely well but, also helped her team won the 1st prize. June was awarded with a gold medal for her heart winning performance.

She has also won her hearts in the 12th adidas Udayan Care Annual Sports Day’18 where she ran for 100m dash race and bagged the 3rd prize. Her run was indeed electrifying.

Sports Day 2018
Sports Day 2018
Yoga Day
Yoga Day
Winter Carnival
Winter Carnival
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Not only passive receivers, but givers also
Not only passive receivers, but givers also

Udayan Ghar Programme

Udayan Care had set up its first Udayan Ghar (Home) for children in 1996 and created its own model of LIFE: Living in Family Environment. This model enables erstwhile children in need of Care & Protection in to grow in a loving family environment. In these homes, the children are loved and cared for by a group of Mentor Parents-socially committed individuals (volunteers) who groom the children with a team of Coordinators at homes, along with resident Care Givers, Supervisors, & Volunteers.

These homes are located in busy, middle class neighborhoods, so children can reintegrate themselves into society through direct community involvement which helps mainstreaming the children ahead. Our children and young adults are receiving quality education in some of the best educational institutions such as: The Sagar School at Tijara, Alwar, Mata Bhagwati school, Genesis Global school, Tagore International School, East of Kailash, Banyan Tree School, Global Indian International School etc and colleges/ universities like College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, Hi- Tech Institute of Engineering, Ghaziabad, Punjab University, Lingaya’s University etc.

Since inception Udayan Ghars have nurtured over 800 children with love, care and protection in 13 Homes across 4 states of India. Presently, there are 187 children across all homes. 27 of our young adults are also been supported through our After Care Programme.

 Workshops/ Activities during this Quarter

During the period of September - November, 2017 the team continued working for the betterment of children and the programme. The quarter went well with children engrossed in studies preparing for their mid-term examinations and a few corporate engagements. Workshops being a monthly affair addressed several concerns pertaining to Children, Care-givers, Mentor Parents and Coordinators.

Workshops were held with all the programme stakeholders (mentors, coordinators, caregivers, and children). In order to strengthen the stakeholders.

Since, in a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life, Life Skill workshops at home were also held like every other quarter which focused on various subjects like self awareness & self identity, coping with emotions, relationship building, healthy & unhealthy relationships, knowing self, decision making, stress management, healthy habits; family & community, communication and problem solving.

YP Foundation, conduct workshops twice in a month at Ghaziabad girls ghar. A range of topics has been selected under the broad topic of sexuality.

Mentor father, Mr. Deepak Sharma ensures that girls at Greater Noida ghar do not lag behind others in any respect and always try to get inspiring figures to interact with and motivate the girls. In the month of October, Ms. Suniti, S.P, Rural-GB Nagar was invited to guide girls about importance of education and how goals are set to achieve a career of choice.

Psychologist, Ms. Dipti Dash conducts life skill workshops every month with both Noida Boys and Girls. The topics covered so far include, knowing Myself, Managing Emotions and Relationship.

Opportunities, Events and outings are some of the things that never end for our Udayan Ghar children. The major recreation and co-curricular events that took place during the quarter include –

 HUDCO Painting Competition

On 3rd September’17, a Painting Competition was organized by HUDCO at the HUDCO Art Gallery, New Delhi. The first Monday of October has been designated by the United Nations as the World Habitat Day. Every year, as part of the celebrations to observe the World Habitat Day, the Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd. (HUDCO) organises a painting competition for underprivileged children, on themes related to habitat issues.

A total of 10 children from Ghaziabad, Sant Nagar and Mehrauli Homes participated in the competition where they were asked to draw and paint on the theme, ‘My City of the Future’.

Talent Hunt Event by Cognizant

On 10th September’17, Cognizant organized a talent hunt programme at Airforce Grounds, Subroto Park, New Delhi. The full day event had number of activities planned where the children were given the opportunity to participate where their interest lies. A complete manual was given laying out the rules and regulations for participation. From Udayan Care, Mehrauli Homes, Greater Noida Home & Gurugram Home participated and won prizes. 

There were different competitions scheduled in the programme which were divided according to the classes of the children. Group I consisted of children till V standard and Group II had children from VI to XII standard.  All the children were given amazing lunch boxes and school bags too!

 Dan Utsav (Joy of Giving Week) Celebration

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” - Winston S. Churchill

The first week of October is celebrated in India as Joy of Giving Week.

Dan utsav was celebrated across different Udayan Ghars while spreading the joy among the ones who know the joy yet, metaphorically have hardly witnessed it. Children across ghars gave away their belongings such as clothes, stationary, toys and even some eats bought from their pocket money to children in the nearby community, slums and/or under privileged schools.

 Visit of K9 School at Noida Girls and Boys Ghar

On 8th October, 2017 a team consisting of behavioral psychologists, volunteers and Stella and Phulki (therapy dogs) visited from K9 School our Noida Boys and Girls Ghars for interaction with the children. The basic objective was to introduce canine therapyidea and practices of canine assisted activities and canine assisted therapy which are being successfully used in many parts of the world in schools, homes, hospitals to address the needs of special children and provide supportive therapy to those dealing with grief, loss, childhood trauma associated with abuse, and a variety of cognitive, emotional and behavioral issues.

Auro Camp, Nainital – 18th October to 22nd October’17

This Diwali, we thought of gifting a wider smile to our ghar children and planned to take them for Auro Camp at Van Niwas, Nainital in association with Sri Aurobindo Asharam. The objective of the camp was mainly to celebrate Diwali, and provide fun & thrill, build courage, stamina & self confidence and channelize energy of children towards value added activities. Children were engaged in activities such as trekking, rock climbing, rappelling, meditation etc. catering to their all round personality development.

A team of carers also went with the children where, apart from their engagement in activities, they also got an opportunity to revive their relationship with children and rejuvenate themselves.

Diwali Celebration

We immensely thank Mercer and Benetton forlighting the contours of hope, joy and happiness in the lives of our children and making this Diwali a memorable one!

Children were invited at the corporate office of Benetton on 17th October’17 and a group of employees from Mercer visited our Jagshanti Udayan Ghar for Girls, Greater Noida on the same day to celebrate Diwali. Children were engaged different activities such as dance, games and rangoli making.

The children were given refreshment after Pooja and later gifts were also distributed among them.

 MAMD Family Day Celebration by Baxter

Every year Baxter celebrates MAMD family day in which all the employees along with family members come together and celebrate the auspicious day. Likewise every year, Baxter has invited the Udayan Care children to be a part of the celebration. Twenty eight children from Udayan Care Home, Gurgaon participated in the event organized at Tivoli on Oct 29th, 2017.

The children have given an amazing group dance performance and won the heart of everyone over there. Activities such as Tattoo making, shooting gun, football board, remote car racing, and fun house for the younger kids. Apart from these thrilling activities, children enjoyed delicious eats as well.

 New Home (Udayan Ghar for Girls) at Faridabad

Udayan Care proudly announces the establishment of its 14th Udayan Ghar at Faridabad, Haryana. The ghar would cater to the protection & developmental needs of orphaned, abandoned and at-risk girls. The ghar will soon be operational.

 Saksham Pedal Delhi

On 5th November’17 Children from different Udayan Ghars participated in the event, Saksham Pedal Delhi. The event was an initiative by PCRA aimed at propagating the importance of fuel conservation and efficient energy utilization among citizens. As a part of the event, children pedaled bicycles for 5 km. Later, they were given refreshment.

 Theater Show by Salam Balak Trust

Sheroes, a theatre show, written, directed and acted by the children of Salam Balak Trust was something really enjoyed by the children across different Udayan Ghars. The children were truly motivated and shared a good feedback.

 Art Room Programme

If children are exploring, thinking, experimenting and trying new ideas on their art notebook, then creativity and inventiveness has a chance to blossom.

ArtReach India continued to organize art workshops where children are being provided with a platform to learn, explore and enhance their artistic talent. During the quarter, the workshops were conducted on 9th September, 14th October & 11th November at Sanskriti Pratishthan.

Success Story (any one)

“Keep your face always toward the sunshine—and shadows will fall behind you”

-    Walt Whitman

 The pain of losing parents is too overwhelming to be contained in a little child’s heart. By 2006, Muskaan had lost both her parents and was just six years old when she was handed over to Udayan Care by her uncle.

Udayan Ghar team consisting of mentor parents, social workers and, care staff nurtured Muskaan and helped her develop a sense of trust, bonding and security. The caring, non-judgmental and loving environment provided by the Udayan Care family helped her grow into a sincere, hardworking, and cheerful girl. Now, Muskaan is not just a sincere student but is also a good writer who likes to pen down her thoughts as beautiful poems.

This year, she appeared for the XII board exams and secured 74.6%. Her belief in herself was reinforced by motivation from her mentor father and she got admission in the prestigious Ashoka University with full scholarship. Now Muskaan is all set to give a constructive shape to her career.

Auro Camp at Van Niwas, Nainital
Auro Camp at Van Niwas, Nainital
Exploring, Thinking, Experimenting with Art....
Exploring, Thinking, Experimenting with Art....
Muskaan set to give shape to her career
Muskaan set to give shape to her career
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Genpact Fun Mela
Genpact Fun Mela

       

                                                               Udayan Ghar Programme

 

Udayan Care had set up its first Udayan Ghar (Home) for children in 1996 and created its own model of LIFE: Living in Family Environment. This model enables erstwhile children in need of Care & Protection in to grow in a loving family environment. In these homes, the children are loved and cared for by a group of Mentor Parents-socially committed individuals (volunteers) who groom the children with a team of Coordinators at homes, along with resident Care Givers, Supervisors, & Volunteers.

These homes are located in busy, middle class neighborhoods, so children can reintegrate themselves into society through direct community involvement which helps mainstreaming the children ahead. Our children and young adults are receiving quality education in some of the best educational institutions such as: The Sagar School at Tijara, Alwar, Mata Bhagwati school, Genesis Global school, Tagore International School, East of Kailash, Banyan Tree School, Global Indian International School etc and colleges/ universities like College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, Hi- Tech Institute of Engineering, Ghaziabad, Punjab University, Lingaya’s University etc.

Since inception Udayan Ghars have nurtured over 800 children with love, care and protection in 13 Homes across 4 states of India. Presently, there are 187 children across all homes. 27 of our young adults are also been supported through our After Care Programme.

Workshops/ Activities during this Quarter

During the period of June - August, 2017 the team continued working for the betterment of children and the programme. The quarter went well with children engrossed in studies preparing for their final-term examinations and a few corporate engagements. Workshops being a monthly affair addressed several concerns pertaining to Children, Care-givers, Mentor Parents and Coordinators.

Workshops were held with all the programme stakeholders (mentors, coordinators, caregivers, and children). In order to strengthen the stakeholders the following workshops were held during the quarter:

Since, in a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life, Life Skill workshops at home were also held like every other quarter which focused on various subjects like self awareness & self identity, coping with emotions, relationship building, healthy & unhealthy relationships, knowing self, decision making, stress management, healthy habits; family & community, communication and problem solving.

Psychologist, Ms. Dipti conducts life skill workshops every month with both Noida Boys and Girls. The topics covered so far include, Effective Communication, Good touch & Bad touch and Self Esteem.

The mentor mother, Ms. Rukmani and the social worker, Ms. Rakhi  conduct life skills workshops every month in the Jaipur ghar leaving no stone unturned in nurturing the girls. The topics that were covered during the quarter include, ‘Effective Communication; Passive, Aggressive & Assertive’, ‘Understanding Feelings’ and ‘Relationship’.

The social worker, Ms. Naynee ensures that children in her Mehrauli ghar get well versed with all the skills required to carry out daily life activities. During the period, life skills workshop on Managing Emotions in the month of June, Body Image in the month of July and Self Esteem in the month August was conducted. And likewise, life skill workshops at other Udayan Ghars were also conducted during the quarter. 

Udayan Care Annual Summer Camp’17, Masti Ka Udan Khatola - Journey of Joy

5 days residential camp, 12th June to 16th June’17, was organized at Jagshanti Udayan Ghar, Greater Noida. The summer camp themed “Masti ka Udan khatola - Journey of Joy”was Udayan Care’s 23rd Annual Summer camp.

Summer Camp is the time when children across our 13 ghars come together for fun & learning and showcase their talent. It is the time filled with lots of surprises, gifts & awards and delicious eats. It is also the time where mentors, social workers and care givers get an opportunity to revive their relationship with the children.  Summer camp brings along the opportunity for everyone to come together to a common platform for becoming a part of collective and collaborative learning.

Children from different ghars were engaged in various activities and workshops, including Art and Craft, Theater, Paper Meshy, Dance and Music, etc. Maximizing the fun, taekwondo demonstration, nukkad natak, fun mela by Genpact and various other activities were held during the summer camp.

The camp was concluded on 16th June with its grand finale throwing some spectacular performances including group dance, group song and a skit. Children’s efforts reflecting from their academic performance were also recognized and they were awarded with scholarship.

Chief Guest, Ms. Suniti, Superintendent of Police, Greater Noida (Rural) and Guest of Honour, Ms. Melissa from CanAssist graced the occasion with their presence.

ICN Matsiko (World Orphan Choir)

The 3rd batch for ICN Matsiko tour departed on 14th June, 17 for the USA, with 3 little princesses being led by an alumna of Udayan Ghar Programme. Our children along with children from other countries will be travelling and performing in different parts of America. Being a part of Matsiko children’s choir is a great honor and wonderful opportunity as it helps children improve their English language skills as well as develop confidence, increase self-esteem and hone their talent for singing, and gain from the exposure.

International Yoga Day Celebration

On the eve of International Yoga Day, 21st June’17, Udayan Ghar, Gurgaon in collaboration with Satkrishna Charitable Trust celebrated Yoga Day. Different stakeholders including Miss Ritu (DCPO), Miss Nisha (Legal Officer, DCPU), Mr. Ramveer (Sarpanch, Narsinghpur) and Mr. Rahul (Mr. Haryana) have participated in the event. Nearly about 225 people participated in the Yoga Day celebration.

Tree Plantation Drive by Baxter

On 30th June’17, World Environment Day (6th June) was celebrated at Udayan Ghar, Gurgaon wherein a team of employees from Baxter devoted their time in planting saplings with the children in the ground within the premises of the Ghar.

Dance Competition at YWCA

On 23rd July’17, seven girls from Greater Noida Ghar participated in a dance competition at YWCA (Young Women Christians Association). They performed contemporary dance and bagged second prize. Groups from various other NGOs also participated in the event. The victory has undoubtedly boosted the self confidence of the girls.

Teej Celebration at Jaipur Ghar

On 25th July’17, children at Jaipur Ghar celebrated Teej festival. Children applied mehndi (henna) on each others’ hand and enjoyed ghewar (a traditional Rajasthani sweet).

Children’s Performance at Dignity Foundation

On 29th July’17, an event was organised by Dignity foundation on the occasion of the inauguration of their Delhi Chapter.  Dr. Kiran was invited as the Guest of Honour.  The organization works for elderly and event was also dedicated to them.  The speakers shared that planning strategies for the elderly has become the need of the hour as we will be having a population in future which would be majorly covered by the elderly.  Also, it was emphasized that the elderly group needs to learn and unlearn simultaneously to adapt to the new generations maintaining their proximity. The children from Mehrauli and Gurgaon Ghar performed at the event and were appreciated for their efforts. The event was followed by the snacks.

Independence Day Celebration

Instilling the feeling of patriotism among children at Udayan Care, Independence Day was celebrated on 15th August throughout all the 13 ghars. The celebration started with flag hoisting and went through quiz & competitions, dance performances, patriotic songs, delicious eats and flying kites in the evening. The children enjoyed the day to the fullest.  

Art Room Programme

ArtReach India has come up with Artroom Programme for the participants of Teaching Fellowship Programme to keep a sustained ongoing artistic engagement of the children.The workshops take place on every second Saturday of the month, starting from the month of July. These workshops are being led by different artists, therefore, giving our children all the more exposure & enhancing our children’s artistic talent further.

The workshops took place on 8th July’17 and 12th August’17.

On 7th March, 2017 workshop on Menstrual Health and Hygiene was conducted by Ms. Purnima from National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD) at the Udayan care Head Office.

Success Story (any one)

1)     Showering Brothers at Udayan Care

Tears of joy, infantile smiles, affectionate embrace and glittering faces is what all, we witnessed at Udayan Care during the month of Raksha Bandhan. The piousness of the festival showered blessings on our children in a way that few girls residing at our Udayan Ghars were able to meet their long lost brothers.

Rakhi found her brother after 7 years

Mamta found and met her brother after 8 years

Muskan & Sonal found and met their brother after 11 years

Siblings Reunited After 11 Years (A story of one such reunion)

 Siblings- Muskan (18 yrs), Sonal (16 yrs) & Tushar (20 yrs) had been through a difficult phase rendering them into orphan hood, abandonment & severance at a very tender age leading to early childhood trauma.

After the tragic demise of mother and later father, Muskan & Sonal were surrendered to the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) by their paternal uncle resulting in separation of the sisters with their brother. The girls were then transferred to our Jagshanti Udayan Ghar for girls at Greater Noida in 2006 for long term care and protection by the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) while no whereabouts of their brother were mentioned. The little girls hardly had any idea of what was happening nor did they have any idea about their brother and their place of residence.

Muskan & Sonal have been raised and nurtured with the required love, care and affection in a conducive, family environment and given the sufficient opportunities to grow. They have been groomed into strong, confident and self sustaining individuals under the guidance & love of mentor parents and other home staff.

The sisters are blessed with appealing personality and possess good intellectual and artistic abilities. Despite, being from a traumatic background, they have been able to mark their impression in academics and other fields like dancing, art and craft, sports etc.

One thing that had always disturbed and brought them pain was their inability to meet their lost brother. They missed him a lot and used to cry especially on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. This was the time when the ghar team this year decided to swing into action through the bits & pieces of information in order to find the lost brother. Fortunately, the team was able to locate their brother, Tushar. On 14th of August’17, the sisters were totally surprised to see their brother sitting in front of them at Jagshanti Home. Indeed, it was a moment worth watching and capturing. One could feel their enthusiasm and eagerness to see and talk to each other.

The present era has seen the experts and champions of child protection emphasize more about children’s rehabilitation and restoration to their family but, stories of children such as Muskan & Sonal, compel us to rethink over the definition of ‘best interest of the child’.

Siblings reunited
Siblings reunited
Art Room
Art Room
Final Day at Summer Camp
Final Day at Summer Camp
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Udayan Ghar Programme

Udayan Care had set up its first Udayan Ghar (Home) for children in 1996 and created its own model of LIFE: Living in Family Environment. This model enables erstwhile children in need of Care & Protection in to grow in a loving family environment. In these homes, the children are loved and cared for by a group of Mentor Parents-socially committed individuals (volunteers) who groom the children with a team of Coordinators at homes, along with resident Care Givers, Supervisors, & Volunteers.

These homes are located in busy, middle class neighborhoods, so children can reintegrate themselves into society through direct community involvement which helps mainstreaming the children ahead. Our children and young adults are receiving quality education in some of the best educational institutions such as: The Sagar School at Tijara, Alwar, Mata Bhagwati school, Genesis Global school, Tagore International School, East of Kailash, Banyan Tree School, Global Indian International School etc and colleges/ universities like College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, Hi- Tech Institute of Engineering, Ghaziabad, Punjab University, Lingaya’s University etc.

 

Since inception Udayan Ghars have nurtured over 784 children with love, care and protection in 13 Homes across 4 states of India. Presently, there are 178 children across all homes. 27 of our young adults are also been supported through our After Care Programme.

 

Workshops/ Activities during this Quarter

During the period of March - May, 2017 the team continued working for the betterment of children and the programme. The quarter went well with children engrossed in studies preparing for their final-term examinations and a few corporate engagements. Workshops being a monthly affair addressed several concerns pertaining to Children, Care-givers, Mentor Parents and Coordinators.

Workshops were held with all the programme stakeholders (mentors, coordinators, caregivers, and children). In order to strengthen the stakeholders the following workshops were held during the quarter:

Since, in a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life, Life Skill workshops at home were also held like every other quarter which focused on various subjects like self awareness & self identity, coping with emotions, relationship building, healthy & unhealthy relationships, knowing self, decision making, stress management, healthy habits; family & community, communication and problem solving.

Shanti Home and the Mentor Father, Mr. Deepak  conducts workshop with Greater Noida children on a monthly basis. The topics covered during the quarter are Reaching My Goals in the month of March & April and Moving Forward in the month of May.

Psychologist, Ms. Dipti  conducts life skill workshops every month with both Noida Boys and Girls. The topics covered so far include, Relationship, Communication & Teenage Issues.

And likewise, life skill workshops at other Udayan Ghars were also conducted during the quarter.

On 7th March, 2017 workshop on Menstrual Health and Hygiene was conducted by Ms. Purnima  from National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD) at the Udayan care Head Office.

On 8th March, 2017 International Women's Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women was celebrated at the Udayan Care Head Office and across different Udayan Ghars.

Holi, the festival of colors is one of the widely celebrated festivals in India. The festival brings with itself joy, love unity and marks the beginning of spring. The festival is loved by Udayan Ghar children as well. The young Udayanites spared some time from their too busy and tiring annual examination schedule and experienced the joy of the festival along with the mentor parents on 13th March, 2017.

Consultation on ‘Trauma Informed Care: Concepts & Practices for Children in Alternative Care’ was organised by Udayan Care on 17th of March 2017.

Experts, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, volunteers, members of various Child Welfare Committee, DCPU officers, counselors, senior organization heads and civil society members came together to discuss aspects of trauma-informed care for children living under alternative care.

 

Ms. Vandana  from ArtReach India conducted workshops on 28th and 29th March, 2017 wherein, the participants were interviewed regarding how their journey with ArtReach India Teaching Fellowship Programme had been so far, what all they have learnt and experienced in the whole journey. In the next day’s session, children were taught about making and designing objects using ‘Plaster of Paris’ (P.O.P). The participants made some beautiful creations that were preserved to be put on display later on 6th May, 2017.

March is a month where children go through a phase that changes their daily routine, makes some of them undergo stress and anxiety, long hours of study and spend ample time on learning and working on time management. This phase is called as the Examination Phase. The phase is also marked by symptoms such as sleeplessness, restlessness, loss of appetite and fatigue. By the end of the month of March, children feel lethargic and exhausted, so felt our Udayan Ghar children. This time, out of 150 school-going children, all of them successfully appeared for their final term examination for different classes and out of these 150 children, 15 appeared for their Board examination for class X and XII. Therefore, in order to revive their energy before they start attending the next session at their school, Udayan Care planned to take all the children and the staff across its 11 ghars in Delhi/NCR for the movie, Poorna and later to KidZania. On 6th April, 2017, a group of 140 children and 30 staff members went to Spice Mall to witness the inspiring story of Poorna Malavath and later in the second half, the crowd headed towards KidZania andhad an amazing time enjoying activities, such as fashion show, dance show, theatre and working in the kitchen of some of the world’s renowned fast food restaurant chains like, Dominos, Dunkin Donuts etc.

On 9th April, 2017, the track at the Thyagraj Sports Complex was bustled with energy and enthusiasm. The track where 15 teams consisting of 12 participants in each fought against each other in the track and field event of 100 m dash. Competitors from each team tried hard to prove how strong their legs were, how fast they could be and how much pain they could take to bag the trophy for the first position and of course the best team. The event, Khelyatra was organized by Jyotiyatra. Athletes/competitors from each team competed in three different age categories – 12 & under, 14 & under and 16 & under. Team Udayan Care not only won the first position but also got a set of 14 domestic roundtrip air tickets (12 athletes & 2 coaches) to any place in the country.

On 14th & 15th April, 2017, art workshops continue to happen at the Greater Noida ghar. This time, the children were asked to paint the objects made from plaster of paris in the last class. After that children were asked to make big leaves out of plaster so that they can be put up on exhibition in the month of May. In the evening children were asked to cut the boxes from edges so as to make a structure out of it. Each and every child was asked to make his/her structure for the exhibition.

As planned, the artwork of children that included scroll paintings, sculptures, enamel art pieces and so much more was finally put on display at the Kiran Nadar museum of Art (KNMA) on 6th May, 2017. Children across different Udayan Ghars had been attending art workshops from the past six months organized by ArtReach India as part of their Teaching Fellowship Programme. The programme has helped these young artists polish their talent and have a promising future ahead. The exhibition will extend till 6th June, 2017.

On 13th and 14th May, 2017 Udayan Ghar children were invited for a two days camp, “Camp Zonovation” organized by Zonopact, a US based software developing company. The camp wasan idea incubator, which participants from idea generation, prototyping, product design, and investment to market launch. The Udayan Ghar children grabbed all the prizes (1st, 2nd & 3rd) in the activities carried out during the camp.

The achievements and awards are a never ending process for Udayan Family:

 

  • Vipul from Gurgaon Ghar participated in the district level wrestling championship that took place in the month of March and won 2nd prize.
  • Team Udayan Care – Chameli, Marjeena (Sant Nagar Ghar), Ravi, Hitender & Tousheer (Mayur Vihar Ghar), Pooja, Farzana (Mehrauli Ghar), Arun, Badal (Gurgaon Ghar), Rahul (Noida Ghar) and Nisha, Rakhi (Ghaziabad Ghar) bagged the first position as a team in the event, Khelyatra organized by Jyotiyatra.
  • 26 of Udayan Ghar children participated in the two days Camp Zonovation organized by Zonopact wherein they bagged all the prizes (1st, 2nd & 3rd) in the group activities.
  • Art works of children produced during the ArtReach workshops were put on display at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) on 6th May, 2017. Some of the art pieces were sold right after the inauguration of the exhibition.

Success Story (any one)

1)

Sheetal used to live at her native place with her father and 4 sisters. Her mother died a few months after giving birth to Sheetal. Her father could not stand the trauma and went through severe depression. Her father was also diagnosed with TB (Tuberculosis). Due to his health being deteriorated day by day, he took all his five daughters to their uncle and aunt who showed unwillingness to receive them. The family then moved to their maternal grandparents in Delhi but the clouds of misfortune didn’t disappear. Poor financial condition was the reason this time that the family had to move again. Left with no other options, the father decided to put all his 5 children into Hope Foundation (an adoption home). But, as nobody came forth to adopt the children, they were transferred to Udayan Care for long term care and protection.

By this time, the little sisters had experienced so much of trauma and neglect that had affected their delicate childhood, their socialisation process and their mental & emotional well being.

Sheetal was just 5 years old when she came at Udayan Ghar, Greater Noida. She was traumatized, had no self confidence, had poor educational background and used to cry missing her mother whom she never saw.

She was nurtured with all required love, care and affection and started believing that she had found a new family at the Udayan Ghar. The efforts of the ghar team have transformed her into a girl who shares her experience of traumatized past without any hesitation.

Sheetal was supported through basic need of love and education too. Seeing her sincerity and dedication she was soon enrolled in one of the best schools of the town, DPS, Greater Noida where she groomed out to be a laborious student and started showing inclination towards fashion designing. She had recently appeared for her XII class board examination and scored 87.6% marks. Her dream to pursue her career in fashion designing has also taken a constructive shape as she had been successful in making her way to the India’s most renowned fashion institute, National Institute of Fashion & Technology (NIFT).

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Cartoon Creation Workshop
Cartoon Creation Workshop

Udayan Ghar Programme

Udayan Care had set up its first Udayan Ghar (Home) for children in 1996 and created its own model of LIFE: Living in Family Environment. This model enables erstwhile children in need of Care & Protection to grow in a loving family environment. In these homes, the children are loved and cared for by a group of Mentor Parents-socially committed individuals (volunteers) who groom the children with a team of Coordinators at homes, along with resident Care Givers, Supervisors, & Volunteers.

These homes are located in busy, middle class neighborhoods, so children can reintegrate themselves into society through direct community involvement which helps mainstreaming the children ahead. Our children and young adults are receiving quality education in some of the best educational institutions such as: The Sagar School at Tijara, Alwar, Mata Bhagwati school, Genesis Global school, Tagore International School, East of Kailash, Banyan Tree School, Global Indian International School etc and colleges/ universities like College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi, Hi- Tech Institute of Engineering, Ghaziabad, Punjab University, Lingaya’s University etc.

Since inception, Udayan Ghars have nurtured over 698 children with love, care and protection in 13 Homes across 4 states of India. Presently, there are 174 children across all homes. 29 of our young adults are also been supported through our After Care Programme.

Workshops held during the Quarter

During the period of December, 2016 and January & February, 2017 the team continued working for the betterment of children and the programme. The quarter went well with children engrossed in studies to prepare for their final-term examinations and a few corporate engagements. Workshops, being a monthly affair, addressed several concerns pertaining to Children, Care-givers, Mentor Parents and Coordinators.

Workshops were held with all the programme stakeholders (mentors, coordinators, caregivers, and children). In order to strengthen the stakeholders, the following workshops were held during the quarter:

December’16

Topic: Child Participation – For the Children, Caregivers and Supervisors

January’17

Coping with Examination Stress – For Children

Participatory Workshop on Sanitation & Hygiene at Udayan Ghars – For Caregivers and Supervisors

Challenges Faced by Mentor Parents while Dealing with Children at Udayan Ghars – For Mentors and Coordinators

February’17

Care Giving (Training Module from FAIRSTART) – For Caregivers and Supervisors

Udayan Ghar Mobile Phone, Internet & Social Networking Issues & Concerns and Methods of Control – For Mentors and Coordinators

 

Since, in a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life, Life Skill workshops at home were also held like every other quarter which focused on various subjects like self awareness & self identity, coping with emotions, relationship building, healthy & unhealthy relationships, knowing self, decision making, stress management, healthy habits; family & community, communication and problem solving.

 

Shanti Home and the Mentor Father, Mr. Deepak conducts workshop with Greater Noida children on a monthly basis. The topics covered during the quarter are My Hopes & My Dreams, I Wish, I Hope – The book of me and Our Values, Our Behavior.

 

Psychologist, Ms. Dipti, conducts life skill workshops every month with both Noida Boys and Girls. The topics covered so far include Self-esteem & Decision making, Communication & Decision making and Managing anger.Likewise, life skill workshops at other Udayan Ghars were also conducted during the quarter.

 

During the month of December, volunteers, Ms. Aleena and Ms. Akshita (UNESCO – CID certified Expressive Arts Therapists) conducted four workshop sessions at Ghaziabad ghar. These sessions were themed on different topics, Body awareness, Pushing body limits, Brain exercises and concentration and, Trust building.

 

On 10th & 11th December, 2016 in continuation to their previous art workshops, in the month of November, a session was conducted by ArtReach at Greater Noida where children from different Udayan ghars were given exposure and learning of various forms of art and craft. This time, the participants were taught scroll painting, self painting and writing on real objects like vegetable flowers etc.

 

The much awaited Pottery Workshop was held at The British School, Chanakyapuri on 28th January, 2017 where the participants of ArtReach workshops were exposed to the art of moulding clay or ceramic into fashioned and desired shapes or objects.

 

Cartoon creation workshop was conducted at Noida Boys Ghar between 9th and 12th February, 2017. The workshop sessions were conducted by Mr. Aryan & Ms. Sonam from ArtReach India.The duo guided and trained the children on murals and made them paint the walls in the ghar. Children were motivated to bring out their imaginative and creative ideas and express them through drawing objects and characters on the walls.

 

Events and Celebrations

On 07.12.2016, children from Sant Nagar and Mayur Vihar Ghars were invited to watch a theatre show, Anokha Safar by Salaam Balak Trust at ICCR auditorium, New Delhi.

 

On 22nd December, 2016, the Make My Trip team invited children from Gurugram and Mehrauli Ghars to their office in Udyog Vihar, Gurugram to celebrate Christmas.

 

On 23rd December, 2016, a team of 6 employees from Prometric (also known as Prometric Testing, U.S. based company in the test administration industry) visited Gurugram Ghar to celebrate the holy festival of Christmas with the Ghar children. The team was being headed by the company’s Finance Controller, Mr. Lalit.

 

A two day residential Science Camp was organized at Jagshanti Udayan Ghar for Girls, Greater Noida on 4th and 5th January, 2017 wherein nearly 80 children in the age group of 13-18 years across 11 Udayan Ghars in Delhi/NCR area participated. 15 young and inspired Shalinis (beneficiaries of Udayan Shalini Fellowship Programme) also participated in the camp. The overall objective of this Science Camp was to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education among the young Udayanites.

 

Like last year, CPM India and Khushiyon ki Gaadi partnered with Udayan Care to celebrate this season’s most exciting event, the Winter Carnival, on 6th January, 2017. Mr. Mandeep, MD & CEO and Mr. Prakash, Director Operations, along with their team from CPM India and Mr. Jaideep, with his team from Khushiyon ki Gaadi, made the event grander than ever before.Delicious eats, exciting games, beautiful décor, music and artificial snow fall to give a chilling feel was all set at the venue, Jagshanti Udayan Ghar for Girls, Greater Noida. Children and staff across different Udayan Ghars came together to enjoy the event.While children enjoyed winning gifts at the game stalls and the crowd grooved to the music beats, there arrived our celebrity guest, Mr. Akhil, to judge our Udayan Care Talent Hunt Show. The Talent Hunt Show, being the USP of this season’s winter carnival, drew in a large participation of young and enthusiastic udayanites who showcased their dancing and singing talent.

 

During the month of January, 2017, volunteers from ASOS, London visited different Udayan Ghars to interact with the children. ASOS has been supporting Udayan Care since, 2009.The volunteers visited Greater Noida Ghar, Noida (girls & boys) Ghar and Mayur Vihar Ghar where they had group sessions with the children. They even painted walls at Greater Noida and Noida girls Ghar.

 

This time, the Udayan Ghar children got an amazing opportunity to visit India Art Fair Exhibition on 4th February, 2017 organised at NSIC grounds, Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi. The children were exposed to the modern and contemporary art and beautiful artifacts by some of the leading and eminent artists.

 

On 5th February, 2017, one of Udayan Care’s grand events, the annual Sports Day, was held at Plaza Farm, Mehrauli. It was the 11th Adidas Group Udayan Care Sports Day and the chief guests, Mr. Dave, Managing Director-Adidas India and former Indian cricketer, Mr. Murali graced the occasion with their presence.The Sports event began with the Teddy Race for children aged 4-6 years. There were many other races according to various age groups which included Smiley Race, Where Is My Money with mentor parents, 100 m Dash, 200 m Dribbling Race, Sack Race, Free Your Partner Race, Relay Race, Little Hearts Race, Back Ball Race with alumni, Run for Party with Care Staff, Burst the Balloon with male staff, and Balancing Act with Pots with female staff.

 

On 11th February, 2017 around 20 children from Sant Nagar, Gurgaon and Mehrauli ghars participated in the Inter NGO sports meet organised by Concern India Foundation at Air Force ground, Palam, New Delhi.

The achievements and awards are a never ending process for the Udayan Family:

  • Sonia from Mehrauli Ghar 3 participated in the Inter NGO Sports Day organized by Concern India Foundation and won 1st prize in Frog Race.
  • Pooja from Mehrauli Ghar 12 participated in the Inter NGO Sports Day organized by Concern India Foundation and won 1st prize in 100m Race.
  • Badal and Arun from Gurgaon Ghar won Gold & Silver Medals in a Teakwondo championship organized in the month of December, 2016

 

 

Success Story

The child, Rekha(name changed), came to Udayan Ghar at the age of 10 years. Having had traumatized past, the child faced behavioral concerns at the Ghar, time and again. But with the consistent efforts of the psychologist, social worker and the warmth provided by the mentor mothers and care givers, the concerns have decreased remarkably. Rekha has now turned into a confident and determined girl who is ready to shoulder responsibility of herself and her younger sibling, Moumita, who resides in the same ghar.

Rekha’s innate talent in art & craft has helped her open various windows of appreciation. Her ability to portray her thoughts on a canvas is tremendous. Recently, one of such paintings made by her was selected for the National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC) book cover. On 25thJanuary 2017, Rekha was felicitated by the Ministry of Women and Child Development at Civil Services Officers Institute (CSOI) in Chanakyapuri. This achievement is quite a feather in the cap for her.

Her art notebook is a delight to the eyes, with various emotions instilled in each picture for the onlooker to interpret. We wish for Rekha to have an imagination as deep as the ocean that can take her as far as the sky!

Science Camp
Science Camp
Visit to India Art Fair Exhibition
Visit to India Art Fair Exhibition
Annual Sports Day-1
Annual Sports Day-1
Annual Sports Day-2
Annual Sports Day-2
Winter Carnival
Winter Carnival
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