In extreme poverty there are always huge number of orphaned and abandoned children. Political strife, inefficient administration, corruption, and insufficient access to health care build an atmosphere where children are adversely impacted. Our goal is to serve the most disadvantaged and vulnerable children in a sustainable and intensive manner. Without addressing social, medical, and economic problems, these children would most likely be forced to drop out from school, fall back into the cycle of poverty and starve to death. It is crucial to reach out to thousands of children and offer them a school uniform, a healthy meal and genuine care.
There are around 140 million children across the globe who have lost both of their parents and have been forced to live with other family members such as grandparents or in some case they have no option but to turn to the street.
Almost 10,000 children become orphans every day!
Estimates suggest 61 million children are orphaned in Asia and a further 52 million in Africa.
Not only do these children have to bear their parents’ losses, but have to tackle extreme poverty, this makes gaining an education, having healthy meals and having a comfortable childhood impossible. This poverty limits their access to education, proper shelter, clothing, and food and in some cases forces them to become homeless, where they are extremely vulnerable.