We are looking forward to end up with school dropout of children in vulnerable families. The education of the government schools in India is very deficient. As a consequence, they have very limited future posibilities. The main point of this proyect is bringing these underprivileged children the opportunity of a valuable education with after-school classes, information and different actions to raise awareness about their education.
We are working since 2010 in 20 different brickfields of Passor (India) to avoid child exploitation and looking for the right development of these children. Besides education, they receive a diary nourishing meal and a medicine cabinet at the disposal of families. Also, we are trying through different activities, to introduce in the families new habits hoping to satisfy their own basic needs in a close future.
The project aims to protect and rehabilitate the more than 10 million street children in India. By introducing PPa-People's protection app (biometric identification tool) in the ChildMiss network of 81 childcare centres across the country, social work will be much more efficient. With a reliable identification of children, errors or duplications in the information collected will be avoided, making the social work with them have a greater impact.
Shanty towns (slums) are where people without resources live in indian big cities. This proyect is pursuing the community development (teaching minors, professional learning, basic legal information...) through the strengthening and empowerment of their women groups (promoters of social change in India)
By digitising the Food Bank project in Gurgaon, India (running since 2014), the impact generated can be much greater, responding to the growing needs that have arisen with the pandemic. With the development of an App, the match between food donation and needs will be made more efficient, achieving the project's double objective: to combat food waste and contribute to the food security of vulnerable families.