The Hope Project, located in the Nizamuddin neighborhood of New Delhi, was founded in 1980 with the vision of helping the poor to help themselves. For three decades this project has been delivering on its promise of providing an opportunity for a better life to some of India's poorest and most disadvantaged residents.
To do this, the Hope Project operates several important Health and Education programs:
The Creche is a safe and secure place for early learning and care, for children in the age group 2 months to 3 years.
Pre-primary Classes for children that cannot be admitted to other schools.
Girls Non-Formal School for adolescent girls who, due to domestic responsibilities or social conventions, have dropped out of mainstream school or never been to school.
The Support Program for students who attend grades 1 to 10 in regular schools but need extra support to stay in school.
The Walk-in Program is for children who missed the opportunity of going to school and want to learn from scratch.
The Working Children's Program for children who must work during the day to earn their living but come to school in the evenings after work.
The Safe House Program for children who rather than going home, need to be in a safe environment after school hours and engage in creative, recreational activities.
The Night Shelter for street children who need a safe place to sleep at night.
Outpatient Medical Clinic treats patients with basic ailments at no charge. It also refers those with more complicated problems to diagnostic centers and the government hospitals.
School Heath Check-ups for students.
TB Program creates awareness, and provides education, early detection and complete treatment for Tuberculosis, which is widespread in this area.
Reproductive Health Program provides awareness, education and treatment on reproductive health issues including safe sex, safe motherhood, STI/RTI, HIV/AIDS, family planning, male responsibilities and contraception.
Child Care Program provides supplementary nutrition to malnourished children, monthly immunization of children under 5 and biweekly pediatric clinic.
Asian Eye gives regular financial support to the Health and Education Programs of Hope Project India.
We welcome you to visit www.hopeprojectindia.org and join us in supporting the important work of this worthy and effective organization.