Posted by Arpit Agarwal on 14 Nov, 2018
We at Har Hath Kalam India Association firmly believe that to create a Child Begging Free Society our focus should not only rely on children but their families and communities also.
We tend to achieve these by first forming a bond with these kids by involving them in sports and fun activities and slightly introducing traits of cleanliness, discipline, hygiene, patriotism etc into them. Spending atleast 3-6 months with these kids is very necessary before admitting them into formal education system.
During these months, weekly visits are also held in their slums to gain their community trust by listening to their community problems and helping them to solve those problems by introducing them with authorities and right resources.
Monthly or fortnight PTM's also held to involve parents in visioning their kids future and taking important part in their kids education to ensure sustainability.
For the long term part, the progress of these kids can be monitored through Har Hath Kalam App, on which their quarterly or yearly report(attendence and performance) will be uploaded by school authorities.
Posted by Sandeep Singh on 12 Nov, 2018
Generation Yuvaa has started a Child Home to provide a shelter for street children, orphans and street beggars. These children are provided with basic facilities like shelter, clothing and food along with education. Some of these children who are old enough to go to school are funded for their education. Along with this, the child's overall development is also focused by indulging them in various physical activities and play.
Certain standards are followed while preparing food keeping the nutrition norms in mind. Along with this, weekly health checkups are done by medical professionals.