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Helping The Future of INDIA, Child empowerment !
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    Udit Agarwal
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    Udit Agarwal

    from New Delhi, Delhi


My name is Udit Agarwal, and i do own a small international BPO in delhi. Poor kids on road side, at traffic lights in India have always been scaring me for the future of India. Like the saying "Charity Begins at home" as soon as i started earning i did made sure that i do take care of one kid  for his good health, food and education.
I am from a small town in Uttrakhand, Ramnagar. I came to Delhi for higher education and I found children who are begging on Traffic lights, who were not going to school, and who seemed to have no dreams for their future, are badly hungry, sleeping on risky footpath roadside. I saw children as young as four years old folding envelopes to earn a living. The sight first disturbed me, then frustrated me, and finally, I was outraged enough to do something about the situation.
I went into the slums near rohini, govindpuri etc in Delhi and saw these children, it was almost as if they had no future or dreams. I remember asking a girl named Maya what she wanted to do when she grew up. She said she wants to go to her in-laws’ place. That was the only thing in her mind. But if you saw her eyes, you could see how active her mind really was. I just want to bring such kids into a space where they could respect what their minds were capable of doing.
For many children in India, school is just a dream. Caught in the cycle of poverty and exploitation, they are lost to education and thereby opportunities for life.
Working for social causes has always been my passion. I would love to bring a positive change among the underprivileged children by creating a right environment for them to get good food, health, shelter, and education . Hence, I am in need of funds for the development and improvement of the same.
We will work toward a nation and a world where every child experiences life in all its fullness. Where they are protected, cared for and given the opportunities to become everything they’re meant to be.

Where they grow strong in communities, free of need and full of promise. Where families are valued, the environment preserved and the most vulnerable live in security and confidence.
Where they become responsible citizens of India. Where peace and justice reign and all have the right to contribute.

Target area for finding the right kid who needs help
Slum Area of Rohini, Shahdara and Govindpuri

The plan is as following next 12 months:-

1) Hire/volunteer/paid interns 4 people with budget of INR 60,000
2) Arrange a shelter for these 10 kids with budget of INR 1,40,000
3) Arrange the food for these 10 kids with budget of INR 3,00,000
4) Arrange proper healthcare and hygiene for 10 kids with budget of INR 80,000
(we may need extra funds in case we choose some serious healthcare trouble with any of our kid that we adopt)
5) Arrange high tech education for 10 kids with budget of INR 3,00,000
The above 4 people hired will take care of their own works assigned from one to all.
One will take care of food, second will take care of shelter, third for health, and fourth for education.
Some of my personal funds will be used some i need support from the kind souls across the globe.
I believe that unless members of the civil society are involved proactively in the process of development, sustainable change will not happen. Following this model of Civic Driven Change, i intend to sensitize and engage the civil society, making it an active partner in all its welfare initiatives.
Today, 8 million children in India are out of school – surrounded by poverty, illness and despair; they are fighting a daily battle for their survival. Together, we can help a child and bring hope in their lives.
Together, we can bring change and make it last.

Did you know our country's economy depends on our children's education, and well being. Send a child back to school today.

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