An outreach project covering three villages, where we send specialist physiotherapists to work with naturally challenged children suffering from Cerebral Palsy in remote areas.
CARE has helped to provide an English medium school to create better opportunities for all children. The main aim was to alleviate gender inequality, whereby orphan girls facing poverty were treated as inferiors rather then equals.
CARE has developed a centre that focuses on re-schooling school drop-outs from impoverished tribal community across Wayanad District. CARE support this project with Zindagi UK.
Project Grace supports the local community and their children with learning disabilities by the means of education, providing skills and building confidence; bringing a sense of purpose to children and adults with special needs.
CARE supports two juvenile homes to support health, education and rehabilitation of orphaned children. CARE also supports six schools.
CARE has built the largest centre for naturally challenged children in Kutch. CARE also has satellite centres that outreach to local villages in Kutch to educate children with learning disabilities via mobile classrooms covering 8-9 Talukas (districts).
CARE's help to reconstruct and maintain a residential hostel, provides the Adivasi (tribal) children of the Dang area full residential care so that they can live in close proximity to receive education in the town. This is a joint...
CARE supports vocational training centres to provide adolescents with specialist skills to gain an opportunity of developing a source of income.
Situated in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains, CARE supports up to 350 children who have trekked across the mountains to attend the school. This can take up to 10 days, the school is the only place that provides...