FACT ON INDIAN CHILDREN
Research says about 20 million children are orphans in India, about 4% of their population in India and higher than people living in Delhi, is orphan. Of them, parents of only 0.3% children have died and rest have been abandoned. The figure is result of a study done by SOS Children’s Village by analyzing data from National Family Health Survey-3 for the year 2005-06 and the population estimation by the Census of India to find the dark spots for children below the age of 18 in India. It was the poorer states such as Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal, which had higher number of orphan children as compared to richer northern and southern states of India. As a result, the central zone has highest number of orphan children followed by east zone. The two zones also cover most of the naxal-affected regions in India.


GUARDIANS SPEAK :

My name is Munna. I was born and brought up in a Hindu family. I am married and have three children. Recently doctors diagnosed me Cancer in my stomach. Treatment was very expensive that I could not look after my family properly. My Children were not able to go to school. I requested Pr. Aniyan Samuel to give Admission to two of my children they accepted my request and now they are in HOH. They are studding in a well-reputed English medium school. I am totally not able to sponsor the children. I am happy to see the way HOH look after the children in the home.

My name is Maria. I married to Mr. Dayal and every thing was going on fine with us. God has blessed us with three children. My husband was an evangelist But he met with a road accident and passed away in the same spot. Since then I have been struggling and working hard with a small salary. My children were kept with some of my relative’s house. But I was worried about their education and bright future. I was unable to afford their daily hood and education. Then I have come to know about the Home Of Hope. I admitted two of my children in to HOH. I am unable to support the children financially, even though my children are kept in HOH in well-disciplined manner. They are admitted to a good English medium school. I am happy to see the children growing with homely atmosphere.


HOW CAN YOU BE INVOLVED :

You can sponsor a child for his/her education, food & accommodation for one year. Sponsorship of a child for one year costs Rs 36,000. This will cover education, food, clothing, and shelter. After receiving the donation for particular child we will send donation receipt, 80G certificate, child particulars, progress of studies, and feedback report in 3 months time







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