Sankalp worked in three small village schools located five hours drive time north of Delhi. In 2011 the success of this project serving lower socio-economic children's needs resulted in all of the children being mainstreamed into regular schools in the area. IASE Volunteers and GIVING Funds helped to provide supplies and support to make this happen. Starting in 2012, Sankalp began working on sanitation projects, wherein it provides girls' toilets and safe drinking water to poor schools so that the girls remain in school. The organization also provides school supplies to special education students.
Dr. Anupriya Chadha, Chief Consultant-Inclusive Education-SSA &RTE, Director of Sankalp
Serving a variety of disabled children including autistic, Down Syndrome, speech and hearing impaired, spastic, and mentally retarded students who are trained in authentic skills to use in real life situations.
SPJ Sadhana School is in need of:
Graduating Class of 2015
Third row standing left to right Dr. Radhike Khanna,
Sister Gaitonde ,staff and students
Serving hostel and day students who are mentally handicapped. They are educated and trained in various social and academic skills.
Service/support requested for Lebenshilfe include:
The vision of Don Bosco is to reach out to the children of the street and to the young at risk, to inspire and support them towards a new life and to help them get integrated back into the mainstream society. This site is a well integrated rehabilitation movement for these 300+ children with behavioral and emotional problems who may have been physically and/or sexually abused, sold by parents for beggary, forced into child labor, or have had various conflicts with the law.
Service/support requested by Don Bosco include:
(Read more from IASE volunteer, Dr. Rita Mulholland.)
Fr. Joe Fernandez with older boys