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Deatiny Foundation, Hyderabad, India

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Address: # 4-94/5 East Gandhi Nagar, Nagaram
Hyderabad, Alabama  500083  
India
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 12
Number of People Being Served: 200
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Mission Statement


? To create a network of like minded people and entities to address the problems and work towards the holistic development of vulnerable children. ? To restore childhood, protect the rights of needy children and ensure they grow in the environment of freedom and work towards ending all forms of child labour. ? To promote sponsorship program and facilitate relationship based on the principles of mutual respect and support for needy children. ? To provide the needy children with long-term educational and health support to the needy children according to their capacity for technical and academic education. ? To run homes, residential schools for the orphans, HIV infected/affected, physically and mentally challenged, poor and needy children and support their education and development. ? To support development of youth, women, families and communities by working on livelihoods, food security, safe drinking water to families and communities and work towards conservation of environment. ? To work for construction and improvement of housing facilities to those who do not have appropriate and decent shelter for dignified living.

Description


Homeless and impoverished orphans in rural & urban Hyderabad are in need of care and education. When children lose their parents to an illness like AIDS or in accident working in the construction sites or because of alcoholism, a relative generally takes in the child and cares for them. When no relative is able to care for a child, they are forced to live on the street and for that child, all hope is lost. Life is hard enough for a child when steps into the street. Poverty in childhood is a root cause of poverty in adulthood. Impoverished children often grow up to be impoverished parents who in turn bring up their own children in poverty. In order to break the generational cycle, poverty reduction must begin with children. Hyderabad has an estimated 78,000 street children among that 85% are orphans. There are a combination of those on and off the street and those who are completely abandoned. They usually live in groups in self-dedicated areas of Hyderabad. All of them are subject to severe kinds of exploitation, physical, sexual or financial. Substance abuse, high-risk sexual behavior and non-availability of basic services are issues of immediate concern. We believe that if a child receives adequate and timely services & intervention then they can kick the habit, and become sensitive. Our frequent interactions with the Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) and the advocacy of our work with developmental agencies have led to the development of a strong, collaborative relationship with the government.

Homeless and impoverished orphans in rural & urban Hyderabad are in need of care and education. When children lose their parents to an illness like AIDS or in accident working in the construction sites or because of alcoholism, a relative generally takes in the child and cares for them. When no relative is able to care for a child, they are forced to live on the street and for that child, all hope is lost. Life is hard enough for a child when steps into the street. Poverty in childhood is a root cause of poverty in adulthood. Impoverished children often grow up to be impoverished parents who in turn bring up their own children in poverty. In order to break the generational cycle, poverty reduction must begin with children. Hyderabad has an estimated 78,000 street children among that 85% are orphans. There are a combination of those on and off the street and those who are completely abandoned. They usually live in groups in self-dedicated areas of Hyderabad. All of them are subject to severe kinds of exploitation, physical, sexual or financial. Substance abuse, high-risk sexual behavior and non-availability of basic services are issues of immediate concern. We believe that if a child receives adequate and timely services & intervention then they can kick the habit, and become sensitive. Our frequent interactions with the Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) and the advocacy of our work with developmental agencies have led to the development of a strong, collaborative relationship with the government.

Mission Statement: ? To create a network of like minded people and entities to address the problems and work towards the holistic development of vulnerable children. ? To restore childhood, protect the rights of needy children and ensure they grow in the environment of freedom and work towards ending all forms of child labour. ? To promote sponsorship program and facilitate relationship based on the principles of mutual respect and support for needy children. ? To provide the needy children with long-term educational and health support to the needy children according to their capacity for technical and academic education. ? To run homes, residential schools for the orphans, HIV infected/affected, physically and mentally challenged, poor and needy children and support their education and development. ? To support development of youth, women, families and communities by working on livelihoods, food security, safe drinking water to families and communities and work towards conservation of environment. ? To work for construction and improvement of housing facilities to those who do not have appropriate and decent shelter for dignified living.

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