See examples of our education, medical and housing programs. Also see our art website, with works by almost 100 children in our art program.
Caring for miss Raika’s burned ear and shoulder
A first-time student at age 14, leading our older class
We’ve been feeding Sonakshi almost every day for a year and a half now
Our certified nurse provides on-site care in several camps
We treat severe eye infections like this on a regular basis
We’ve been helping Mohit who has a rare and severe birth defect for more than two years
We admitted baby Sonakshi to the malnutrition ward immediately after meeting her
We frequently treat severe bacterial skin infections
We serve unlimited food daily to our students, almost all of whom are malnourished
We treated darling Badur’s severely burned foot, saving him from possibly losing it
We made this walker to help disabled children in the camps and at a local special needs school learn to walk
Lunchtime for our nursery class
We help with on-site medical care and doctor visits for dozens of toddlers in the camps
We provided long-term daily care when Miss Manju severely burned her hand
We’re working with several ladies from the camps to create income from their artwork and handicrafts
Two sisters from our school who we helped with rabies treatment after they were bitten by a known rabid dog
We help our beloved friend Babu with his school and kidney surgery, and we built a house for his family
We work with many families from the Kalbelia community, known for their folk dancing
We assisted with reconstructive hand surgery for one of our students
We’re introducing many children to school and art for the first time
Our director Brett with Babu in the hospital for a kidney operation
We have five students who have no mother or father at home
We’ve thrown first-ever birthday parties for several of our students, none of whom keep track of age or birthdays
We employ two mothers from the camps, and provide education and medical services to their children.
We help our friend Chanda with therapy and quality of life improvements to deal with paralysis from Diphtheria
We work with lovely families who are at the bottom of the Indian social hierarchy, living in a harsh desert environment.
A first-ever birthday at age 13 is a very special thing!
Chanda is an inspiration to all of us with her incredible toughness in the face of such difficulties.
We are the only organization providing any services to two remote Kalbelia camps near Pushkar.
Our housekeeper Hema is a devoted mom and a good friend
We’ve made more than a dozen trips to the hospital with our buddy Babu to address his health concerns
A first-time student at age 13, leading our older class
We’ve provided medical care and education to four children in this lovely family in the desert outside Pushkar
Babu gets a new pair of shoes to celebrate learning to walk at age four, a tremendous milestone in his development.
Our art program has become very popular with our students and with families in the camps
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