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India

UDAYAN CARE

 

Founded in 1994, with 1 group home, we are now present in 15 states and have a strong operational focus on family strengthening across all our interventions

 

Short history:

Udayan Care was registered in 1994 as a Public Charitable Trust, Udayan Care works to empower vulnerable children, women and youth, in 36 cities across 15 states of India. Starting with the establishment of just one small family home (Ghar) for orphaned and abandoned children in Sant Nagar, Delhi in 1996, Udayan Care has spread its work for disadvantaged groups during the last 29 years by establishing more family homes, helping girls' education, providing vocational training etc. To date, Udayan Care has nurtured over 38,000 young minds. This has been made possible only through the support of like-minded people, donors and partners who believed in Udayan Care's work and mission.

 

Udayan Care is an Organization in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of United Nations since 2018.

Mission: 

By engaging individuals, committed to human rights, under the framework of the SDGs, Udayan Care enables nurturing homes for vulnerable children; empowers girls to aspire for and pursue higher education and gain employability; offers communities digital and vocational training to become self-reliant. Through research, training, conferences, and advocacy, Udayan Care influences policies and practices on the Standards of Alternative Care in the South Asian region.


Vision: Making Young Lives Shine.

Main activities:

Child and Youth Care, Education and Skilling, Advocacy, Research and Training.

Representatives:

Dr Kiran Modi

Contact Information:

E-mail: advocacy@udayancare.org
Website: www.udayancare.org
Address: A-43, CR Park, New Delhi-110019

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