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India: Small homes, big dreams

Economic, social  development & support

India: Small homes, big dreams

Rehabilitate and reintegrate disadvantaged and marginalized children living in Bangaluru into the mainstream society

  • Status


  • Location Bangalore, India

This is the third year of a program that the Alstom Foundation has supported since 2016. The « Small homes, big dreams » project is implemented by Dream India Network (DIN) in and around Bengaluru city.

To shield young children from the dangers and abuse of street life, DIN provides children aged between three and eight years of age a safe home where they receive personalized care and excellent education. Each home welcomes eight children who are supported emotionally and financially until they can be self-reliant. Currently, 37 such homes provide a safe shelter to 296 children.

The funds by Alstom Foundation will be used to allow the children to go to school, to receive regular medical care, enjoy nutritious meals and take part in recreational and educational activities.

  • Promoter

    Mohamed Chakib Raoui – Human Resources Manager

  • Duration

    12 months