Children, women & family welfare
Udayan Care’s initiatives are focused towards nurturing children, who are orphaned, abandoned and at risk, in the warmth of a simulated family environment in 13 Udayan Ghars. Once they reach the age of 18 years, the ‘After Care’ programme helps them continue with higher education or vocational training. Udayan Care facilitates higher education through its Udayan Shalini Fellowship programme across 18 cities in India. It also empowers under-served youth and adults at its Information Technology and Skill Centres across Delhi and NCR.
Over 783 children impacted since the first Udayan Ghar was set up in 1996. Till date supported 5,047 girls. 10 Information Technology Centres across 3 states, have equipped over 12,142 students with the dignity of self reliance. The Skill Centre at Greater NOIDA has imparted training to 999 under-served women and provides livelihood opportunities by selling items created under the label ‘Sukriti’.