WHAT WE DO

STREET CHILDREN

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9 Preschool Centres

9 Preschool Centres

213 girls and boys have attended preschool

213 girls and boys have attended preschool

40 women in Self-Help Groups

40 women in Self-Help Groups

PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

This project offers education as well as adequate health and nutrition to children between the age group of 1-6, who belong to homeless families from Govandi and Aarey Colony.

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30 students supported with grants and learning material kits

30 students supported with grants and learning material kits

1 school bus

1 school bus

30 students have participated in the Life skills empowerment sessions.

30 students have participated in the Life skills empowerment sessions.

ACCESS TO EDUCATION FOR STREET CHILDREN

The main purpose of the project is to provide access to primary education for children living with homeless families in Govandi.

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100 street children and their families receive informal education as well as health and nutrition care

100 street children and their families receive informal education as well as health and nutrition care

25 street boys and girls and their families supported with access to their Right to Identity

25 street boys and girls and their families supported with access to their Right to Identity

144 medical check-ups in 4 different areas for 3,312 people.

144 medical check-ups in 4 different areas for 3,312 people.

SMILING BUS

The project consists of one mobile unit (the Smiling bus) that will visit different areas in Mumbai where homeless children live. The bus offers informal education as well as health and nutrition care. Furthermore, awareness on the Right to Identity and how to exercise this right is provided.

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80 street children and 160 families are briefed on how to exercise their rights.

80 street children and 160 families are briefed on how to exercise their rights.

15 cases of identity rights violation have been given legal support.

15 cases of identity rights violation have been given legal support.

6 institutions (2 public and 4 private) have partnered with Mumbai Smiles

6 institutions (2 public and 4 private) have partnered with Mumbai Smiles

JUMP 2 JUSTICE

The aim of the project is to help beneficiaries understand and exercise their human rights to have better opportunities for a decent life, with no exploitation, poverty or injustice.

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