Kal ki Chaaya


Kal ki Chaaya is the pilot project of Nirmal Jeevan Charitable Trust which aims at uplifting the in human conditions of children who are engaged in rag picking and vegetable vending on street footpaths. Children who by their living situations cannot obtain education and even one square meal a day are given informal education and nutrition in our centre based at Kamothe, Navi-Mumbai. Children arrive at the centre during day time and put their hearts and minds to learning with a hope of building a dignified future for themselves.




Titali


Titali is an Educational Program for urban children. Residential programs, seminars, conventions for children below 12 years is conducted to provide holistic development at frequent intervals. These children are provided with psychosocial care, family counselling and developmental programs. Monthly follow ups and gatherings are arranged at different nodal centres. The children are trained with leadership qualities and form groups to join in social activities. The program covers children from all over Mumbai.




Pukaar


Pukaar is a project evolved in response of the silent cry of the individual who need psycho social and moral value based care. Expert and professional counseling is provided to combat the elements of negativity in individual lives. It includes idividuals from all the age-groups. The counselling is follwed by linking up with other organisations as per their needs. Follow ups and house visits enhances the relationship with the client which infact builds up trust. Informal approach and interaction has brought in Radical change in the lives of thousands of individuals and families




Unchi Udaan


The UNESCO estimates, around the world, 132 million girls are out of school, including 34.3 million of primary school age, 30 million of lower-secondary school age, and 67.4 million of upper-secondary school age.The constitution of India guarantees right to education to every child. Yet the dream of having every girl child educated is far from realisation in our country. In such a scenario, it is even more difficult to ensure that girls are given opportunities for HIGHER education. In situations of poverty when the choice of higher education arises it is but natural that the boy is preferred over the girl. Unchi Udaan gives wings to the dreams of girls who want to fly high because we believe that Girls’ education is not just about giving girls basic educarion. It is also about ensuring that girls learn and feel safe while in school; have the opportunity to complete higher levels of education acquiring the knowledge and skills to compete in the labor market; learn the socio-emotional and life skills necessary to navigate and adapt to a changing world; make decisions about their own lives; and contribute to their communities and the world.