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Block F,Nikhil Pride phase II,
Next to Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalay,
Tilak Road, Sadashiv Peth, Pune 411030
Phone No- +91-20-24327766

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  • 15 days ago   /   ReplyKedar Kulkarni

    I want to donate but i am seeing only options for donating in USD. Is there any other option for donations in INR?
    And if I have to donate through Asha for Education only, then what exactly is the meaning of ” My donation is for-(Location)”?
    Please help in these queries.
    Thank You!

  • 14 days ago   /   ReplyMilton Opoya

    My name is Milton Opoya , from Uganda , Africa.
    With Due Respect and Humanity, I was compelled to write to you under a
    humanitarian ground .

    African Child In Need is charitable, Non – Governmental

    Organization, Non – political, Non – Sectarian, Non- profit making.

    It is registered with National NGO Board with registration number
    S.5914/6968.
    http://www.africanchildinneedug.org
    ACIN was established in 2004 to promote and advocate for the rights of
    children and rescue children from the streets.

    It is Child centered NGO operating in the third world Country Uganda
    Africa to RESCUE STREET CHILDREN to long-term sustainable health,
    Education and Child support,
    prevention and protection of child abuse and neglect, through
    strengthening, implementation of activities in areas of advocacy and
    service delivery, working with children and communities for sustained
    impact, dedicated to the reduction of suffering, elimination of
    extreme poverty in the world poorest villages.

    The organization strives to achieve lasting improvement in the quality
    of life of children through processes that unites people across
    cultures and add meaning and value to their lives.

    LIFE ON THE STREETS

    Children living out of family structure lack positive role models and are at
    greater risks of feeling powerless and disaffected to crime.

    Life on streets usually means a life of invisibility especially so
    for children living on the streets. Street children are often
    shunned,ignored and excluded in the society .

    Street children are not pleasant to look
    at, living on the streets means being dirty,naked,and being ill. One on
    the streets becomes vulnerable to all forms of exploitation , abuse and
    their daily lives are likely to be removed from the ideal child
    hood

    Education is often the first causalities for an
    orphan and vulnerable children. Children do not go to school because of
    domestic burden problem upon them become too great.

    They also become exposed to exclusion from other services including
    vital information a bout health , nutrition and life skills .

    PUSHING FACTORS .

    Child Poverty in form of hunger and lack of opportunities .
    Poverty of education and relevant training
    Parental abuse and beatings .
    Child abuse and neglect, sexual assault, intimate partner or family
    violence, and exposure to community violence.
    Broken families .

    VISION

    Passionately concerned for destitute children and to transform
    places of darkness into places of light and hope, to advocate for
    improved lives quality of life and preservation of the dignity of
    young persons.

    MISSION

    To stand as advocates for vulnerable children to release them from
    bondage of poverty and enhance their academic status ,give health care
    ,expose them socially and help them exploit their talents and gifts ,
    so that they become positive change a gents in the community .

    AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

    To identify problems faced by children in difficult circumstances
    To create awareness among leaders and members of selected communities
    about the plight of vulnerable children with view to create will and
    commitment to help these children with special needs .
    To intensity a broaden creative with better methods of managing
    substance abuse among vulnerable children.
    To offer special care for children, protect them against torture,
    child labor, child abuse and child slavery, drug abuse and sexual
    exploitation .

    THE IMPACT .

    To reduce stigma, to ensure that there is shared understanding about
    stigma a bout street children and to address it and to deal with
    different forms of stigmatization below.

    Isolation

    Victimization

    Discrimination

    Rejection

    To take the following strategies in combating the issue of stigma.

    1. Create the existing national policies to advocate for the rights
    of vulnerable children.

    2. Facilitate justice for children in conflicts with the law.

    3. Create supportive legal frame work

    4. Promote more positive attitude.

    5. Train care givers in psycho social support

    6. Discuss the impact the stigma on children and other stake holders.

    7. Support interventions to promote tolerance and care for
    stigmatized children.

    8. Promote more attitude towards the reduction and elimination of
    stigma associated with street children .

    9. Promote community awareness of children’s right and legislation
    against discrimination.

    10. Establish children’s club to provide ongoing support and
    opportunities for social
    interactions.

    11. Provide legal support and services for children ,widows and
    grandparents , to advise them of their rights and help them obtain
    legal entitlement .

    12. Integrate counseling and support to the affected people to help
    them deal with stigma

    Child and Family Safety: African Child In Need continues to promote
    high-quality prevention and intervention programs that promote child and
    family safety and reduce the long-term traumatic effects of child abuse and
    neglect, sexual assault, intimate partner or family violence, and exposure
    to community violence.

    We request for partnership and volunteers to prevent children from
    coming on the streets .
    Thanks,
    Milton Opoya,
    Director ,
    African Child In Need ,
    P.O.BOX 33467 Kampala Uganda , Africa.
    Email : info@africanchildinneedug.org
    Tel : +256 780 915 836
    Website :www.africanchildinneedug.org

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