People we Serve

HOPE worldwide’s initiatives span five sectors of the society, namely Children, Education, Seniors, Employability and Health. The key goal of each initiative in all the five mentioned sectors is to provide maximum benefits to the beneficiaries through a combined effort of the management, donors, community leaders and dedicated workers.

Children:

Economic growth in India has been strong over the past decade, especially in the information technology sector. But this rising tide has not lifted all boats. Significant disparities remain, with a large number of children still living in deprived conditions.

HOPE worldwide through its children related programmes, like the child survival programme, Asharan orphanage and the malnutrition control programme in Delhi, AIDS Home of HOPE in Chennai, and midday meal programmes at various locations aims at providing basic relief and amenities to the deprived children.

Education:

The Indian educational system is the second largest in the world after China. Huge gaps, however, remain between rural and urban areas. Of the 200 million children in the age group 6-14, it is estimated that 59 million are out of school.

HOPE worldwide has opened nursery and primary schools, non-formal schools, education and tuition centres in some of the most inadequate and deprived localities. These schools aim to provide free education to the children affected by poverty, calamity or child labour.

Seniors:

In India, it is a common sight to find abandoned and disowned elders in public. As a society in transition, both urban and rural, the changes in economy, lifestyles, changing livelihoods and movement of people has ensured that the elders, people beyond their productive age and those who require constant medical attention are often left at the mercy of the society by their kith and kin.

Employability:

The growth story of India has been a matter of great joy but at the same time as companies set up their establishments, a large number of young Indians still remain unemployed.

At HOPE worldwide, we aim to empower young men and women through short-term courses that will lead to their getting sustainable jobs as well as boost their earnings. Some of these courses are tailor-made as per the requirements of the particular area where they stay, as well as the demand for people empowered with certain skills.

The growth story of India has been a matter of great joy but at the same time as companies set up their establishments, a large number of young Indians still remain unemployed.

At HOPE worldwide, we aim to empower young men and women through short-term courses that will lead to their getting sustainable jobs as well as boost their earnings. Some of these courses are tailor-made as per the requirements of the particular area where they stay, as well as the demand for people empowered with certain skills.

 

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