Many Indian Children are denied access to basic needs due to extreme poverty. Our Community Based Child Care Centers are havens where impoverished children, aged 3-18,experience God’s love and receive food, clothing, medical aid, education and English classes so they are equipped to thrive. We empower their families through support and education.
Our Children’s Program is a safe loving place for impoverished children who live at home to come to our center to receive food, clothing, transportation to school, tutoring, English instruction, and medical aid. The Center also helps the community-at-large by promoting health & hygiene classes, literacy training and social entrepreneurism classes to the parents.
India Transformed International School Sponsorship
The school year begins in June and we have a waitlist of students at our International School who need sponsorship so they can attend our International School and receive food, clothing and medical care. Your sponsorship and love will open many opportunities they may never have. You can bring them hope for a better future! Contact our office to select a child.
Asish R - 070/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
01/01/2010 - Asish is a smart little boy, active and likes to learn anything that's taught in preschool. In preschool he enjoys playing with peers. He and his four sisters and the parents are living in a small hut, which is built with mud and rudimentary stones. The father is a street cobbler. He is not able to earn more than US $40 a month on an average and this income is too low for a family to make a decent living. As a result, Asish and the other children are not able to receive proper care in terms of food, health care and other necessities that are important for children growing up. In order to help him achieve his potentials and help him see a good future, a sponsor's support is vital. Sponsoring this child will enable him to have access to nutritious food every day, better health care and educational support.
Gokul Raj - 174/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
11/14/2011 - Gokul Raj, the little boy lives with his father and mother in a small village. He is the only child for his parents. Gokul’s family also includes grandparents. Gokul’s father is the only bread winner in the family and as a farm laborer his daily wages are meager and irregular. The family’s maintenance is always depended on their day to day income. This situation has put the family in perpetual poverty and Gokul is also experiencing poverty in terms of poor nourishment, ill clothing and shelterand medical care. Sponsorship of Gokul Raj will give him opportunities for continual education, access to educational supplies, one time nutritious food, evening snacks and extra tuition. A sponsor coming forward to sign up for this little boy will change his life and future.
Jagaveera Pandian - 088/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
06/24/2008 - Jagaveera Pandian is a smart little boy, studying in primary school. He has three sisters older than him and they are studying in school. He comes from a remote village and the family lives in a small improvised hut in absolute poverty. The parents sometimes go to work in the agricultural fields as laborers and sometimes they do not get jobs and together they are able to earn an average income of $ 40 a month. In spite of poverty, the parents forgo most of their own needs and send their children to school and try to supply their school needs. But it has been extremely difficult for them to meet their basic needs and other necessities. Now, in order to give the child opportunities for education, good nourishment and health care through the welfare programs of UEM, he would need to have a sponsor. Your sponsoring this child will help changing his life and future.
Lathanya K - 063/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
08/19/2011 - The parents of Lathanya are village folks who live by hard means. Despite poverty, their intention is to give Lathanya a good education in an English medium school. The child’s father is a cook for the laborers who work on digging bore wells. The wages are low and uncertain, because he gets jobs only when there are orders for the bore well company. The family is living through poverty and educating the child and to provide for her necessities has been a difficult task for the parents. Yet they do not want to compromise on child’s education. At this time, UEM’s intervention with a sponsorship program brings in some hope for the parents that their child will have continual educational opportunity and better care. Now, without a sponsor for the child, bringing a change in child’s life will be challenging for UEM. It is the person who is going to sponsor the child makes all that difference. A sponsor's kind considerations not only gives the child a good education, but nutritious food , health care, and spiritual guidance.
Madhusri K - 164/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
04/21/2013 - Madhusri is a cheerful little girl studying in pre-school. She loves going to school every day and enjoys spending time with her peers and is interested in learning rhymes, songs, numbers and alphabets. She belongs to the socially and economically poorer section of the community and her family always lived in poverty in a small hut in the village. Her father is an auto rickshaw driver who doesn't own the vehicle, but hires it every day from its owner on income sharing basis. At the end of the day, after spending a little on his own expenses, what he would give to the family is even lesser. Madhusri has a brother who is two years older than her. Madhu's mother is a housewife who finds it very hard to maintain the family. UEM has found this case deserving for sponsorship support and Madhusri has been included as a beneficiary of the program. A sponsor signing up for Madhusri will be a blessing for her as she will have access to one time nutritious food and evening snacks every day and extra tuitions. She will also be given school supplies.
Negitha - 169/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
04/27/2008 - Negitha comes from a very poor family that lives in wretched poverty in a small hut which is randomly built with rough stones and plastered with mud and what covers the roof top are the palm leaves and dry paddy straw. Negitha's father is a farm laborer for little daily wages. The mother, who is a housewife, feels so desperate that her husband has an affair with another woman and has deserted the child and the family. Negitha's mother goes to work under government's 100 days' work program where she gets little wages and that she uses for family maintenance. Negitha and her older sister don't get to have sufficient and nutritious food, better clothing and other necessities. Your kind sponsorship to Negitha will mean a wholesome nutritious food every day and a snack in the evenings for Negitha. She will also have access to extra tuition that will upgrade her performance in school. Your kind decision can change her life.
Prashana P - 175/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
04/25/2012 - Prashana is a cute little boy, studying in upper kindergarten. He likes to go to school every day and enjoys moving around and playing with his little friends. He likes to draw pictures and does little run errands for his mother. Prashana and the family live in a small hut that is built out of mud and rudimentary stones where the roof is covered with bamboo and palm leaves. Prashana’s father is a farm labourer and the mother a house wife. His father’s daily wages are too meagre to support even the bare needs of the family. Prashana needs sponsorship support in order to enable him to have continual opportunity for education, lest, he would get dropped out from school just as it happens to other children in poverty. the child looks forward to having a sponsor in whose support, he will be entitled for one time nutritious food every day, evening snacks, and extra tutoring. Your kind sponsorship can change the life of this needy child.
Praveena S - 166/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
07/10/2010 - Praveena's parents are ordinary village folks, surviving on day labor jobs for very low wages. Life has been too hard for them without proper shelter, food, and other necessities. The family lives in a very small hut that is built randomly with rough stones, plastered with mud and the roof made of paddy straw and palm leaves. Praveena lives in acute poverty and hardly ever has proper and nutritious food, clothing and other necessities. Praveena is studying well in primary school and enjoys participating in co-curricular activities. The existing poverty in the family doesn't promise continual education unless their economic situation improves. With the help of a sponsor, she would be able to have continuous education, timely food at lunch time and snacks in the evenings. She will also have specially appointed teachers to give her extra coaching at lessons. Praveena now needs a sponsor, whose love and support will change her life.
Sindhuji K - 226/CBCC/KLR/NLCP
12/06/2008 - Sindhuji belongs to Dalit cast, meaning they are socially and economically very backward and their backwardness and poverty hardly allows them to climb up the ladder of social hierarchy and opportunities. The parents of Sindhuji are one such impoverished family caught up in the vicious circle of poverty. The father is the only bread winner and what he could earn in a day is about $2 and it is not an assured income, as his getting work as a farm laborer is not regular. The mother is a house wife and she cares for her two children with little income the father gives after his own expenses. Sindhuji likes to go to school and studies well. UEM's sponsorship program will help her to have sufficient and nutritious food every day, basic health care and a teacher to take special care about her performance in school and give her extra-tuition as well. Sindhuji will be greatly excited and encouraged to have a sponsor and to have the opportunity for a better life.
Sudharshan M - 170/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
10/29/2007 - Sudharshan's parents are ordinary village folks who live by daily wages. His father does bar bending works at construction sites and earns wages only at subsistence level and he doesn't get jobs on a regular basis. Sudharshan's mother is a housewife; he has an older sister. The family lives in a small hut that has one small room, the palm leaves and bamboos cover the roof top. Poverty is evident looking at their housing condition. Sudharshan has been chosen for sponsorship support as he is a hard working child at studies and shows lot of interest in extra curricular activities at the school. A sponsor's support and encouragement can go a long way in building up the future of the child. A sponsor's support provides continual opportunity for schooling and will also help him have access to nutritious food and evening snacks every day. He will also benefit through the extra tutoring conducted at the project center.
Sugani K - 167/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/21/2008 - Sugani is in primary school. She lives in a small hut with her parents and a little brother in a remote village that's close to the seashore. Sugani's father is a driver for a fish carriage. His wages are low and irregular, because he will not have jobs every day. Sugani's mother is a home maker who feels concerned about her inabilities of not being able to provide her children with nutritious food, better clothing, and educational supplies. Sugani's father is a drunkard and does not care much for his family. A sponsor's decision to sign up for Sugani and accept her as a sponsored child will give her continual opportunity for education and proper care such as one time nutritious food every day, snacks in the evenings, and extra tuition classes at the programs childcare center.