I-INDIA: Giving Street Children a Future





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Published on Jul 5, 2010

Children live and work on the street because their parents are poor, or they are orphans, or they have run away from home, often to escape abuse. They are invariably malnourished, receive scant education or medical treatment, and are involved in child labour from an early age. Child prostitution and sexual abuse are also major problems, as is addiction to drugs. These children live in a different world to the emerging middle class. Taken as a separate nation, they represent one of the neediest peoples on the planet.

In Jaipur the problems of street children are chronic.

I-India's mission is to provide care, love and development for children living on the streets of Jaipur.

We strive to help as many children as possible and focus on those in most urgent need.

We assist children with their immediate challenges, such as homelessness, malnutrition and illness, while also developing their attitudes and skills so they can make a better future for themselves.

We reach over 3000 children daily through our street schools, residential homes and vocational centres.

But we want to do more.

To find out more about I-India or how you can help give a street child a future, visit...



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