PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF STREET CHILDREN May began with the launching of the project “Protecting the rights of street children”. Approximately 18 million children survive in the streets of India without any protection, assistance or supervision. In order to look after their rights, we have decided to start working in six new communities in the…

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In April, we signed an agreement with the local organization New Vision – Every Right for Every Child, with the aim of jointly managing projects in India. New Vision started in 2002 and works to ensure the compliance with each of the rights of children. Since its establishment, it has helped thousands of vulnerable children,…

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Physical distance separates us – commitment brings us together. On January 19, there was a video conference between Green County Day Care Center in Pune, India, and Argar High School in Almería, Spain. This experience brought Indian and Spanish youngsters closer together. The high school students are committed to education and want all children to…

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In the month of November, we were honored to receive the Natura Award 2017, along with other important organizations such as UNHCR, the UN Agency for Refugees, and itwillbe.org. The Natura Award is an acknowledgement from Natura Shops to people and projects that work daily to have a positive impact in the world. Since 1994,…

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Monica, one of the girls who lives at Rainbow Home Shelter, won a gold medal at a National Karate Tournament last November which took place in Mahabaleshwar, a mountain village about 120 kilometers from Pune. As part of the holistic development of the girls who live at the Shelter, we plan sports, leisure and free…

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As part of our awareness- and fundraising activities, we have carried out various activities over the last few months in different parts of Spain. Such events are essential to disseminate Asha-Kiran’s social work and to raise the funds that make the continuity of our projects possible. On October 15, we participated in the 10th Solidarity…

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In the month of October, we gave a series of training sessions to the teachers who work at our Day Care Centers for Migrant Children project, in response to needs that became evident during our ongoing evaluations, regarding the availability of day-to-day resources for teaching subjects such as math, Marathi and English. We met with…

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We are now selling lottery tickets and solidarity calendars as part of our Christmas and 2017-2018 Campaign. At only €6, the 2018 Solidarity Calendar brings us the culture, traditions and the people of India, and invites us to celebrate and share. In it, we wish to transmit part of the Indian cultural identity with all…

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This year we launched the Young Promises project. The children we have been working with for the last 10 years have grown up and this is an important moment in their lives. They are going through the doubts and contradictions of adolescence and, at the same time, it is time for them to start making…

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June marks the beginning of the school year in India and, also, of our activities in Birajdar slum Center, which is part of the Community Development project. Activities have begun in the Nursery, a safe learning space for babies and children whose mothers work outside the house. So far, there are 15 children attending on…

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