Our Projects

Fundación Asha-Kiran

Asha-Kiran's Projects

The lives of millions of children go by in misery, abandonment, discrimination and lack of protection. As they belong to disadvantaged social classes, they are often excluded from essential services such as health care and education, and are often exploited and abused.

Asha-Kiran’s projects get close to the reality of these children, their families and their community, providing educational and participatory ways so that they will be able to join mainstream society as valid and worthy individuals. If we wish to have a more just and balanced society, we have to work to eradicate the situation of marginalization that so many children live in, while empowering the members of their reference background.

For those who help to make this possible, this work is a way to express their solidarity and to experience the satisfaction of contributing to the welfare of the human family.

Project Photos

In this section we show you some image galleries of some of the Projects with which Asha-Kiran works in India …

Day Care Centers

In India, construction is the biggest source of employment for nomadic or migrant workers; 35 million people …

Yashodhara Shelter Home

The aim of Yashodhara Home is for vulnerable children from the city of Pune to live in a place where they find the …

Community Center

While catering directly to children through academic tutoring, day care, health and nutritional care, non-formal education …

Creative Workshops

Asha-Kiran’s Creative Workshops go beyond sensory shapes because, in addition to fostering creativity in a physical sense …

Nursery

A nursery is the ideal place for infants and toddlers to be cared for while their parents are working or unable to look …

“RAINBOW HOME” Shelter

In an effort to broaden its services to vulnerable children, Asha-Kiran has established a partnership with New Vision NGO …

Young Promises

The Young Promises project offers educational opportunities and specific tools to young people so that they can …

Community Development

Around 18 million children survive on the streets of India without any kind of protection, assistance or supervision. In 2018 we …