What We Do
Help a Child of India has been providing opportunities for development to many poor and needy children, deprived of such possibilities, through residential child care programmes for decades. Several differently abled children have also been benefited through these programmes. Many Children completed their academics, secured vocational skills and pursued employment, beyond the borders even, and are ambassador of children’s cause.Day Care Center
The programme caters to the educational and health needs of the poor young kids. These children are eventually mainstreamed into regular schools. Academic support is provided to school going children, where necessary.Child Centred Community Development
n recent years, Help a Child initiated Child-Centred Community Development Programmes where children’s issues are addressed within the overall context of their community. These programs are designed to empower the communities to identify the problems they are confronted with and address them to ensure child well- being. Help a Child continues to focus on the mandate for children faced with extreme poverty, discrimination, disease and deprivation.Thematic Initiatives
Help a Child of India undertakes special initiatives to strengthen local governance, ensure sustainable economic development, provide mother and child health, facilitate access to quality education, promote early childhood care, advocate social entrepreneurship and assist people living with HIV/AIDS. Help a child values collective action to address children’s issues through alliances and networks.Disaster Response
Help a Child of India responds to the needs of children and families affected by disasters through emergency relief and rehabilitation. Over years, Help a Child rendered services during major disasters- Maharashtra Earthquake, Orissa Super Cyclone, Gujarat Earthquake, Tsunami, Kashmir Earthquake and Bihar Floods etc…Urban Engagement
Considering the growing urbanisation of the country, Help a Child of India launched special drive to help poor children in urban areas covering children of the pavement dwellers, domestic workers, rag pickers and street children etc... Special attention is paid for girl child development and protection.