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India: small homes, big dreams

Economic, social  development & support

India: small homes, big dreams

Objective: Support marginalized and socially excluded children living in and around Bangalore city

  • Status

    Project completed

  • Location Bangalore, state of Karnataka, India

Dream India Foster Homes is a program conceived by Dream India Network (DIN) to support marginalized and socially excluded children living in and around Bangalore city by welcoming them into small Foster Homes.

The program aims at building self-confidence and self-esteem to children by reintegrating them within the educational system, providing them with safe shelter, clothing, nutrition, healthcare and psychological support in a conducive, family environment to nurture their interests and abilities. 

The project funded by Alstom Foundation aims to renovate and fit out 2 foster homes each for 8 girls from vulnerable backgrounds in the Bangalore area, to ensure staff salaries for 1 year as well as food, school books, medical expenses and outings.

PARTNERS

Partner NGO: Dream India Network (DIN)

Sponsor: T. Kamaldeen Proj Eng Dir - Bangalore

  • Promoter

    A. Kate System Des Ldr Bangalore

  • Duration

    1 year