Creating a loving, nurturing and protected environment for street children with access to education, health, recreation and social inclusion. Jamghat offers this opportunity to homeless young boys and girls rescued from the streets of Delhi.
It ran from 4:34 PM, 2 September 2009 to 2:03 PM, 9 December 2011
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1114944)
Young children on the streets of Delhi are homeless, often without their parents, hungry, sick and mostly abused. Jamghat makes a positive difference to their lives by providing shelter, nutrition, education and recreation and an opportunity to lead a dignified life. The project will offer street children a better future through rescue, education and vocational training.
We will run foster care homes of 15 residents each for rescued boys and girls. The children will attend school, participate in play and hobby classes. All children will benefit from the round the clock mental and emotional support, a healthy diet and proper medical care. The vocational unit will give training opportunities for the older residents to pursue new skills for future employment and regular participation in theatre will provide a platform for creative expression and communication.
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