₹1,530 feeds street kid for a month
Focus: Homelessness , Children and Youth , Health
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Only ₹1,530 to feed an adolescent for a month, and ₹200 for milk and eggs for one child per month.
Thanks to your generosity, iPartner India can provide food for 24 children for a month.
There are 11million street children in India. Often they come from difficult situations and very poor families, and decide to run away to big cities like Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai to make a better life. However, without any support or resources, many end up working for 12-14 hours a day as rag pickers, shoe shine boys, roadside food stall assistants, etc. And most have never had access to nutritious food - the kind Jamghat try and provide.WHY NEW DELHI?
Of the estimated 51,000 street children in Delhi, 87% earn a living by begging, rag-picking or vending on the streets. More than half of them have experienced verbal, physical or sexual abuse, and most have limited access to food and go to sleep hungry. Jamghat's homes specifically address this population and run on a model of care and development, which includes provision of basic security, food, shelter, healthcare, education and adult support.
Most of the children get addicted to suleshion (whitener) to escape from cold and hunger. Street living children were highest spenders on intoxicants including cigarettes, bidis, alcohol and drugs, etc.
Because of a lack of permanent shelter and the fact that the number of them is not recorded in any national survey, street children are often called the hidden children. Being hidden, they are at a higher risk of being abused, exploited and neglected.
Jamghat means a lot to me because it has always helped me in my needy time. Today, whatever I have learnt is because of Jamghat. Having lived in Jamghat pretty much all my life, I am now an employee with the same organisation that raised me.
This Fundraiser aims to raise enough to provide meals to needy children for six months: Dry rations, fruits and vegetables @ ₹1,530 per head, per month for the 28 young boys and girls who live at Jamghat's two shelter homes, and seasonal fruits, dry rations and eggs for 45 children at their day care centre @ ₹200 per child. Don't let a vulnerable child go hungry.