GET partners with NGOs ensuring education reaches the underprivileged sections of the society. Below is a short description of all the NGOs that GET partners with.
Aasara means “support”; it is a shelter and a home for needy & street children started in 1993 by Father Joe. The aim of Aasara is to bring meaning in the lives of street children by providing various need-based services to develop their inherent talent and re-integrate them back to society.
Global Education Trust provides nutrition to 60 children in Balwadis of Aasara. We also provide educational materials, give vocational training and arrange cultural programs for their children.
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Street Children is a term used to refer to children who live on the streets. They are deprived of family care and protection. Street children live in abandoned buildings, cardboard boxes, parks or on the street itself. Many suffer from chronic diseases like TB, leprosy, typhoid, malaria, jaundice and liver/kidney disorders. Most street children are exposed to dirt, smoke and other environmental hazards.
Amcha Ghar, is a home for girls is dedicated to helpless & orphaned female children – irrespective of their religion or caste- who are susceptible to the vulnerable conditions of living on the street. The home aims to educate the girls in an English medium school, to train and transform them into skilled adult women who are able to live an independent life in the main stream of society. The house began with three children and is now home to 25 and many more reunited to the main stream society. They are listed among the leading students and are known for their loving nature and discipline. The main objective is to give them an opportunity in life that protects them from falling in to the clutches of the darker side of society.
Global Education Trust provides their monthly nutrition and educational requirements. We also distribute sweets & clothes during festivals and arrange cultural programs and sports events.
Know more about Amcha Ghar here.
Child Rights & You
Child Rights and You, commonly abbreviated as CRY, is a non-profit organisation in India that aims to restore children's rights in India. The organisation was established in 1979. It partners with grass-roots non-governmental organisations to uplift thousands of Indian children denied basic children's rights. It works towards restoring basic rights to children, especially from India and works across levels from direct action to advocacy, mobilizing public opinion and policy change.
Global Education Trust provides them with funds for education.
Find out more about CRY's work here.
Bal Kalyan Nagri
Bal Kalyan Nagri is one of the institutes of Children’s Aid Society and is located at Mankhurd, Mumbai. It is dedicated to helping orphaned children.
Children below 18 years of age are admitted to this institute through child welfare committees. They are given education and training for their rehabilitation. The institution provides care, protection, shelter, education, clothing & boarding. The main objective of the institution is to educate children so that they become independent.
Global Education Trust supports Bal Kalyan Nagri educationally by coaching their children and also by conducting preliminary exams for Std. X.
Save the Children
Save the Children is the world’s leading, independent organization for children that works in over 120 countries around the world. Their work in the areas of Child Education, Health & Nutrition, Child Protection and Humanitarian Response & Disaster Risk Reduction has benefitted lakhs of children in India.
Global Education Trust supports Save the Children in educating their underprivileged children.
Jyot Bahudeshiy Samajik Sanstha
Jyot Bahudeshiy Samajik Sanstha is a voluntary organization registered under the Society Registration Act, 1960. It helps to provide marginalized communities with social relevance through comprehensive programs of development, social education, women empowerment and community development. The organization has been working with the underprivileged since 2007 to help them overcome their problems and seek long-term rehabilitation. The organization also focuses on deprived children.
GET supports Jyot Sanstha for women empowerment & education, and we have made arrangements to teach women tailoring to help them earn a livelihood.
The Akanksha Foundation is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide children from low-income communities with a high-quality education, enabling them to maximize their potential and transform their lives. Akanksha works in the field of education, initiating school reform through The School Project, and providing a supplemental education through the Akanksha centers.
Global Education Trust supports Akanksha by assisting educating their Std. X students.
Learn more about Akanksha Foundation here.
Navjeevan Aarogya Trust
Navjeevan Aarogya Trust works for children with special needs. They come from a poor financial background of society and are not given proper care by their families.
Ashray is a temporary residential home; a safety net for children aged 0-8 years who are infected/affected by HIV/AIDS. The project works towards the long-term rehabilitation of the children either by placing them in boarding schools or with their extended families, arranging foster care options or getting them adopted.
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Chainani Elders Home
Justice Chainani Elders Home was built by the Trust in the Shahani Colony of Mulund, to take care of senior citizens who have been abandoned by their families.
Dharavi Diary started with a short documentary film following the lives of the people living and working in the recycling capital, the Dharavi slums in Mumbai, India. Now it has grown into a slum innovation project fusing entrepreneurship, innovation, storytelling, design thinking and creative technologies to harness the opportunities and skills of our collaborators in the slum. This, they believe, will help the community to rise out of poverty and innovate global sustainability.
Global Education Trust supports Dharavi Diary by assisting them in educating their Std. IX & X students.
Abhyudaya, a unique initative by SPJIMR, is a humble attempt towards uplifting the underprivileged of the society.
Global Education Trust supports Abhyudaya by assistingn them in educating their Std. IX, X, & Commerce, and Science students.