India is a fast-developing nation, but with a population of over a billion, this progress is lop-sided. While one part of India is a vibrant economy, poverty is a major social problem. Faced with few options where they live, many migrate to urban areas in search of work and better living conditions; by living in slums they end up without the basic necessities and live in unhealthy conditions. About 40% of families have to satisfy their hunger with one meal a day.
The main aim behind starting the school was to provide the street children an all round education in a non-competitive environment.
We endeavour to provide a happy and secure environment, in which children can develop and achieve their full potential – intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically and spiritually.