In 1997, while traveling in Orissa State in India, there was a cry from young mothers begging for their children to be given hope. After inquiry, it was learned that there was a group kidnapping little children to offer as sacrifices to an unknown goddess. This dire situation led to programs for destitute children in locations across India.
Many Indian Children are denied access to basic needs due to poverty.Our Community Based Child Care Centers are havens where needy children, aged 3-18,experience Jesus 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 alumni association encourages graduates to pay forward their time,talents and treasures.
COMMUNITY-BASED CHILD CARE (CBCC)–Community-Based Child Care is a day program for poor and needy children who live at home but receive three meals a day, clothing, transportation to school, tutoring, English instruction, and medical aid. CBCC also helps the community-at-large by promoting health, hygiene, literacy and income-generation training to the parents. Most of our children served are part of CBCC.
NON-RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE (NRCC)–The NRCC program is for needy children who stay with their parents or guardians but are not candidates for the CBCC program. These children receive monthly support from India Transformed! for food, clothing and education.
UIS School Sponsorship
The school year has started in India; however, we receive student sponsorship requests all year long. We will select a student for you and send you the child's profile.
Abishree B - 129/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
03/16/2011 - Abishree is living with her father and mother in a small village near the sea shore. She has a little brother. The family is living in a hut without proper living amenities and sufficient household things and poverty is evident. The child's father is a laborer in the farms. Failure of monsoon and drought will render him jobless for weeks together and deteriorate their living conditions. The child's mother is a housewife and she is helpless about improving the family situation. Abishree is an active girl and enjoys studying in school, playing with friends and helping her mother in little household things. She wants to become a teacher when she grows up and she thinks that will be a service done to the society. She likes to give dance performances for school cultural programs. UEM has found this little girl very smart and enthusiastic about learning in school and she needs to be encouraged through the sponsorship program. Abishree now needs a sponsor to care for welfare and education and UEM will make necessary provisions to help her have access to one time nutritious food and evening snacks every day. She will also have access to evening tuition to upgrade her performance in school.
Aniya R - 134/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/05/2011 - Aniya is studying in primary school. She lives in a hut with her father and mother in a small village. Her father is a farm laborer and works for daily wages that are meager and uncertain. Failure of monsoon has made farming difficult. Aniya's father has to wander for jobs from village to village. Her mother is a home maker and she finds it very difficult to maintain the family. Aniya and her sister experience poverty and they do not get sufficient food on time and other necessities. The childcare coordinator of this project studied their family situation and has recommended sponsorship support. Aniya is a loving child, talks to anyone freely, and at home she is a joy for everyone. She loves to go to school every day and quite serious about her studies and homework. UEM has taken up the child for sponsorship support under the Community Based Child Care Program and with the help of a sponsor she will have one time nutritious food, snacks in the evenings every day and will have access to extra-tuition and school supplies. Aniya looks forward to have a sponsor. A sponsor's care help change the life of a needy child.
Arivumathi R - 158/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
06/28/2011 - Arivumathi and her little sister are living with their father and mother in a small village near the seashore. Their house is nothing more than a temporary shelter, constructed out of bamboo sticks, dry palm leaves and some portion of the hut covered with throw away plastic sheets. The family is evidently living hands to mouth and the child's father is helpless as he is only a day labourer in the farms. His daily wages are not more than US $ 2 a day and sometimes he has to go without jobs on account of drought and monsoon failures. The child's mother is not able to give nourishing food to her two children. Arivumathi is studying in primary school and she needs assistance through the sponsorship program. She would also need a sponsor to help with UEM to provide the child with nutritious food at lunch time, snacks in the evenings, extra tuition, health care facilities, and supply of school needs and so on. Arivumathi is studying well, participates in co-curricular activities and has dreams of becoming a doctor someday. Sponsorship support can change the life of this needy child.
Ashwin K - 142/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
2/09/2010 - Ashwin is in primary school and is doing very well in school. He has name for being naughty and playful, yet friendly in nature. He is very good at studies and has good grasping abilities to catch up with anything that's taught. Ashwin dreams of becoming a police officer. His parents approve of his dreams and wish they become true, but are dismayed of how far they would be able to help him even to help him continue his schooling. Poverty in the family is deep rooted and children dropping out from school are common in these villages. Ashwin's father is a small time driver and goes to work whenever there is load of sea fish to be transported, otherwise jobless. The child's mother is a housewife and cannot do anything to escape poverty. Ashwin and his older sister are the hopes for their family and they need to get continuous education. Having studied the family situation, UEM has considered sponsorship support for Ashwin and wants to encourage him in his endeavours in school. UEM looks forward for a sponsor to partner with and help the child to realize his potential.
Ashish V - 151/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
3/10/2011 - Ashish is an active, playful child and has due respect for elders and teachers. He attends school every day and shows lot of interest in studies His parents are daily wage earners. Ashish, his two sisters and a brother are studying in the local government school. The house that they live in is a small hut which is built by mud and rudimentary stones and the palm leaves are spread over as roof top. Poverty and starvation are routinely experienced by them, because the child's father is a farm labourer. He doesn't get jobs on a regular basis. Ashish's mother, a housewife, finds it hard to maintain the family. The childcare coordinator of UEM studied their family situation and recommended sponsorship support for Ashish. His name has been enlisted for sponsorship support and UEM has to have a sponsor for the child in order to provide for his needs such as; one time nutritious food and snacks every day, extra tuition after school hours and educational supplies. Your kind sponsorship will help change this child's life.
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.
Bhavya S - 064/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
05/04/2010 - Bhavya is in grade 3, studying in an English medium school. She enjoys her schooling. She also likes to draw pictures and participates in the dance programs at the school. Her parents have four children to care for with their meager income. Bhavya's father works as a peon in a small office that pays him low salary. The family lives in a small house. The mother is a home maker and takes care of the children. The children are poorly fed and not so very well cared for, because the parents cannot afford it. Even so, their interest in giving English education to their children is what they feel that they can do something worthy for their better future. However, the task has been too hard for them to provide for everything required for their schooling. UEM has made a timely intervention to extend sponsorship support to one of the children and Bhavya is getting that opportunity as a girl child. At this time a sponsor coming forward to support the child is even more important. UEM looks forward to find a sponsor who can give the child the support that she needs to realize her potentials in the years to come.
Bidyasri G - 085/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
11/22/2012 - Bidyasri is the only child for the parents. Her favorite pass time is playing with dolls. She is in pre-school and she loves to learn the alphabet. She is active and likes to help her mother in tidying up their little house. Her father is a small time electrician who does electrical repair works. It is a temporary job and his level of income has been too low to care for the child properly and to maintain the household as well. Bidyasri's mother is a home maker. This family is living in a very small house in the slum and absolute poverty is evident. UEM identifies this child most deserving for sponsorship support as the child likes to go to school and study well. Poverty just cannot make her a drop out from school. Bidyasri needs a sponsor to help with her education and better care in terms of getting access to nutritious food, health care and extra tuition through the sponsorship program of UEM. Your kind sponsorship will go a long way in changing the life and future of this child.
Deepesh M - 113/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
7/14/2009 - Deepesh is studying in pre-primary local school in the slum area. He has two sisters and a brother. Deepesh is the last among them. The father is a cobbler at the road side and is earnings are is meagre and irregular. During rainy seasons he would work in shops as a helper. If the day's earning is missed out for a day or two, the family would struggle to have any food. Leaving aside food, accessing to other necessities are something that they do not hope for. However, the children experiencing poverty has been a matter of concern for the parents, yet they do not want their children get dropped out from school. At this time UEM came across their situation and enlisted child's name for sponsorship support that will give access to child's one time nutritious food and snacks every day, educational supplies and health care facilities. Deepesh looks forward to have a sponsor for him. Your kind acceptance to sponsor him will help changing his life and future. In the years to come and as he grows up, he will be a source of help to his family as well.
Gayathri P - 062/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
12/05/2011 - Gayathri is the only child for her parents. She is grade 1 and is doing very well in school. The father is an unskilled laborer in a mechanic shop in the city, whereas the mother and the child are in their village. The father earns an average of $ 60 to $70 a month and spends most part of his income for his accommodation, food and for his own expenses. He occasionally visits the family and shell out a little money but that’s far from enough. The mother could no longer bear with this situation and managed to get a small teaching job and her monthly income is too meager. She has put her daughter in an English Medium School so that she can have a better life in future. However, it has been very hard for her to provide for school fees, stationeries and uniforms. The child’s case for sponsorship support has been evaluated by UEM. After having seen the family situation, the child has been enrolled for sponsorship assistance and UEM now, needs to have a sponsor for the child. By joining hands with UEM, a sponsor can make a big difference in child’s life.
Giridharan M - 217/CBCC/KLR/NLCP
02/16/2007 - Giridharan comes from a poor family that lives in a small hut in a village. The father is a laborer in the farms and the mother is a home maker. The father's earnings are too meagre to support the family and as a result Giridharan and his older sister do not get proper nutrition and health care. Giridharan's name has been enrolled for sponsorship support. In order to help with looking after his welfare and provide for his continual education, he must have a sponsor. Giridharan enjoys going to school and studies well too. With the help of a sponsor, he would be able to get a nutritious meal everyday and he will have extra tuitions given by a specially appointed teacher in the evening hours. Could you come into his life as his sponsor and help him see a better future?
Girija P - 087/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
11/14/2010 - Girija comes from a very poor family. Her father works as a daily wage earner outside the city, in the surrounding villages. His wages are very low, but survival makes it necessary to work even in far off places. The earning that he brings home late night is the only source that the child's mother has to depend on for cooking food till the next day evening. The family lives on daily income and sometimes the hostile weather conditions will deprive the day's income. The child's mother is so helpless and tries to manage household. The parents are very happy that Girija shows lot of interest in going to school and in learning her lessons every day. UEM felt that poverty in the family cannot deprive the child from getting good education as school dropout rate is high in these poverty stricken slum. UEM is all for extending a helping hand to this child through the sponsorship program and together with a sponsor's support Girija can really become an educated person in the years to come. Your kind sponsorship and your decision to support will make this dream come true for the child.
Hemalatha A - 069/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
11/09/2009 - Hemalatha lives with her father and mother in a suburban village. The family is living in a small rented house. Her father is a hotel servant for a meagre salary and the mother is a home maker. Hemalatha is studying in a primary school and she has a little sister who is too young to go to school. Hemalatha actively participates in school activities and enjoys dancing for school programs. For fun, she draws pictures. Most of father’s salary goes for house rent and very little money is left over for groceries and for other necessities. The parents have the desire to let her daughter study in an English medium school so that she will have a better future. However, the financial difficulties are not in favour of their expectations. UEM, through the sponsorship program can avert any possibility of the child dropping out from school. It is indeed a matter of great need that the child comes into the loving care of a sponsor and in whose support the child will get going steadily with her education and will have access to proper nourishment which she is lacking.
Ilam Bharathi B - 130/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
07/17/2009 - Ilam Bharathi is a little girl from a small village that's located little away from the sea shore. She lives with her father, mother and an older brother. The living conditions are pathetic as they live in a very small house in the village in absolute poverty. The child's father is an agricultural labourer and getting jobs every day is not assured and the wages are paid only at subsistence level. The child's mother is a home maker and caring for the children has always been a big challenge for her. Living through perpetual poverty, the parents are not able to give the children nutritious food, good clothing, and educational supplies and this situation doesn't endorse continual educational opportunities for the children either. UEM has studied the family situation and chose to take up Ilam Bharathi for the sponsorship program. UEM prays about for a sponsor coming forward to sign up for the child to be her sponsor. Under the sponsorship program, the child will have access to one time nutritious food and evening snacks every day. She will also be given extra tuition by specially appointed teachers at the childcare centre of UEM. Your kind decision will change the life of the child.
Indu - 078/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
01/27/2012 - Indu is studying in pre-school and loves to go to school every day and is very enthusiastic about learning rhymes, songs, numbers and the alphabet. She stays with her parents and a sibling who live in a rented single room accommodation at a slum on the outskirts of the city. Basic amenities like water and electricity are scarce. Indu's father is so worn out of health as he has to peddle cycle rickshaw all through the day to earn an income and that's often not regular and inadequate. The child's mother at home takes care of the children. Poverty in the family has curtailed better care and opportunities for the children. UEM has been serving the poor children in the locality and Indu has been enrolled to be a part of the sponsorship program on account of her family situation. Now, UEM is searching for a sponsor for the child and in whose love, and support Indu will have access to a nutritious meal and snacks every day, besides she will have opportunities to get extra tuition and will be subjected to health checkups and care. As a sponsor, your kind decision to support Indu will go along way in shaping her future. April
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.
Kabilan R - 161/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
11/15/2008 - Kabilan, the little boy in primary school, comes from a village and he lives with his father, mother and a sister. The family lives in a single room house that has cemented walls and dry palm leaves strewn over as a roof top. Kabilan's father is a freelancer electrician who attends to repair works whenever somebody calls for him. In the village his chances of getting frequent jobs is remote and so, his earnings are very meagre and uncertain. Kabilan's mother is a home maker and is struggling hard to make ends meet. Upon the earnest request of Kabilan's mother, UEM has enrolled Kabilan to be a part of the sponsorship program. In order to support Kabilan in his education and welfare, UEM looks forward to get his name signed up by a sponsor. Sponsorship program will provide not only for his education, but a nutritious food and evening snacks every day. He will also have access to extra tuition after his school hours.
Kabita Y - 081/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
08/20/2010 - Kabita goes to a local pre-school and there she learns rhymes, songs, stories, numbers and the alphabet. She really enjoys going to school. She lives with the father and mother and has a little sister. The two children are living in the midst of poverty. The child's father is a cobbler who sits in the market street to mend foot wears of people who pass by. His earnings from dawn to dusk have been so very little that he could hardly provide for even the bare needs of the family. The government has certified them as BPL, meaning that they are living under Below Poverty Line and has given them a small single room house to live in. The mother is a homemaker and she is helpless about caring for the children better. UEM has chosen to support Kabita through the sponsorship program in order that she will have access to nutritious food every day, health care and educational support. Kabita will be greatly encouraged to study well and come up in life if she could get a sponsor like you to love and care for her. Your kind sponsorship will change her life.
Karuppaswamy S - 160/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
12/30/2013 - Karuppaswamy is a cheerful little boy, studying in pre-school. Everyone likes him for his wittiness and pleasant qualities. He attends school every day and shows lot of interest in learning. For fun Karuppaswamy likes to ride a bicycle and play a lot with peers. He likes to become a policeman when he grows up. He has an older brother studying in grade 1. His father is a labourer who carries fish loads in the fish market and his wages are very low and irregular. Karuppaswamy's mother is a house wife and she manages the family with very little money. The hut they live in is built with mud and covered with dry palm leaves and it is so improvised that a strong wind can blow it away. The children are brought up in such extreme poverty. UEM has enrolled Karuppaswamy's name for sponsorship support and in the event of having a sponsor for him, will help him to have access to one time nutritious food every day, snacks in the evenings and extra tuition by UEM appointed teachers.
Khusi Y - 080/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
08/21/2012 - Khusi likes to attend school every day and enjoys playing with peers. She is fond of listening to stories and for fun she likes to play with skipping ropes. She lives with her father and mother and has a sister who is one year older than her. The two children are living in the midst of poverty. The child's father is a cobbler who sits in the market street to mend foot wears of people who pass by. His earnings from dawn to dusk have been so very little that he could hardly provide for even the bare needs of the family. Khusi's mother is a home maker and is helpless about caring better for her children. The government has certified them as BPL, meaning that they are living “Below Poverty Level” and has given them a small single room house to live in. Khusi goes to a local pre-school often without sufficient food. UEM has chosen to support Khusi through the sponsorship program in order that she will have access to nutritious food every day, health care and educational support. Khusi will be greatly excited if she could get a sponsor to love and care for her. Your kind sponsorship will change her life.
Krithish M - 157/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
4/26/2011 - Krithish is studying in primary school. He has a sister and a brother. The family lives in a pathetic state in a small hut near the seashore. The hut is so delicate that a strong wind can blow away the palm leaves with which the hut is made of. The family has no valuable household things which they can use. Poverty is noticeable evidently. The child's father is a mere farm laborer and his opportunity to earn a decent income is not there always, because earning US $ 2.00 a day itself is a herculean task. The child's mother finds it hard to feed her three children three times a day. Given the situation as above, UEM has considered giving an opportunity for the child Krithish so that he can be a part of the sponsorship program and avail the benefits of the welfare programs. Krithish needs a sponsor to help with providing one time nutritious food and snacks to him every day, to extend facilities for extra tuition, school supplies and health care. Your love and support will be a tremendous source of encouragement for the child to build up his 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.
Lilly R - 105/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
11/5/2009 - Lilly, the little girl is living with her parents in a small hut in a village. The family has been living through extreme poverty. The father is a laborer on minimum wage jobs in the market place. The hard labor of loading and unloading of goods doesn't allow the father to work every day but on alternate days. The mother is a home maker and struggles hard to make ends meet. They can get some groceries on government's subsidized rates and that's of little help to them. UEM has enrolled Lilly's name for sponsorship support, so that she will have access to nutritious lunch and snacks every day, extra tuition and educational supplies. In order to support the child, a sponsor's involvement and support needs to be there. If you are guided by your heart of compassion for this child, then your sponsorship will make a big difference in child's life in the years to come.
Livin Raj K - 145/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
11/20/2010 - Livin Raj is from a very poor family that's living in a village. He lives in a big family of eight which includes his parents, sibling, grandparents and paternal aunts. The entire family lives in a small thatched house which is nothing more than a hut with mud walls and palm leaves spread over on the roof and floor finished with mud. Livin's father is an Auto rickshaw driver for the owner of the vehicle. He has to run the vehicle for the passengers from morning to late night in order to earn an income to meet the minimum needs. The grandfather contributes a little. However, with the existing poverty, Livin and his little sister do not get proper care in terms of nutritious food and other necessities. Livin likes schooling and has a passion for learning. He repeats all his lessons at home and keeps his notes up-to-date. He wishes to become a police officer when he grows up and support his family as well. UEM has accepted to give a helping hand to this child so that he will have continues opportunity for education, nutritious food and snacks every day and extra-tuitions after school hours. In order to have these services rendered to the child, availability of a sponsor is the need of the hour.
Manisha Devi M - 132/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
05/30/2009 - Manisha Devi is studying in primary school and enjoys going to school with her little brother. Manisha is a source of happiness for her parents and she is such pleasant child at home and loves her parents very much. Manisha is a leader in her class and she scores good marks in English. She wants to become a teacher when she grows up. The family is living in a small hut in a village near the sea shore. Poverty however has eluded better opportunities for the child to have better food, clothing, health care and educational supplies. The child's father's earnings as a car driver for someone, is very low to cater to the needs of the children and family. The child's mother, a house wife, is very concerned about her husband's drinking habits and inadequate money that he gives for family's maintenance. Manisha has been included as a part of the sponsorship program with the hopes of getting a sponsor for her. Your kind Sponsorship support will ensure her continual opportunity for education and provide for nutritional support every day with one time nutritious meal and snacks and for education, she will be entitled for extra-tuition and educational supplies.
Mugesh A R - 147/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
10/14/2010 - Mugesh and his little sister lost their father in a road accident a couple of years ago. While the child's mother has taken away the daughter to live with her parents, Mugesh was left with his aunt - father's sister where he is growing up without parental love. Mugesh's aunt is taking good care of him; despite she has her own family of seven at the instance of poverty and low income. While Mugesh's uncle is just a farm labourer and his wages are low and uncertain; his aunt is a home maker and cares for the children and aged grandparents. Mugesh is studying in primary school and is very good at studies and in co-curricular activities as well. He has won prizes in school competitions and is very amicable. He is liked by all his friends and teachers. UEM has studied their family situation and agreed to support the child through the sponsorship program. Mugesh now needs a sponsor to help UEM care for his welfare and well-being. Through sponsorship, this child will have access to one time nutritious food, and snacks every day. The caregivers at the project will give him extra-tuition and care for his health and progress at school.
Mugesh Kanna J - 139/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
11/24/2013 - Mugesh Kanna is a little boy in pre-school and comes from a remote village that's located two kilometers away from the seashore of Bay of Bengal. Mud walled huts with palm leaf roof tops are lined up to make up for their village. Mugesh Kanna lives with his mother in one of those huts. Mugesh's father has deserted the family a couple of years ago. The mother and the child are now being looked after by the child's grandparents. The sole income of the grandfather, as a farm labourer has not been sufficient to maintain the family. The child's grandparents have avowed interest in seeing Mugesh as an educated person in future, but their poverty doesn't promise to make their dreams come true. UEM, having studied their family situation has decided to fulfill the dreams of their grandparents and has opened the doors for Mugesh to become a part of the sponsorship program. Mugesh is a lovely little boy, very jovial, and moves friendly with his peers and friends. He is enthusiastic about learning in school. Your kind consideration to be his sponsor would be very exciting to him to realize his potentials in the long run.
Neeshu R - 109/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
6/24/2010 - Neeshu is the only child for his parents. He is studying in pre-primary school and enjoys his schooling. He likes to play a lot with his peers and when gets home, he would sincerely attempt to do all his school homework. His parents are happy about him for his sense of hard work and sincerity. Living in a slum in poor housing conditions, and with the father's small income from his labor jobs, their standard of living is very low. Neeshu doesn't get to have nutritious food that's essential for his physical and mental growth. The mother is a home maker and helpless to the finances. Neeshu has been identified for sponsorship support and a sponsor available for him is important. With the help of a sponsor UEM would be able to give the child access to a nutritious meal and snacks every day and an educational opportunity. The caregivers of UEM will take special care about his welfare, monitor on his progress in school and help him with extra tuition. Your sponsorship will be a tremendous source of help in changing his life and future.
Omprakas P - 063/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
09/10/2008 - Omprakas is a cute little boy and likes to go to preschool every day. He is learning well and enjoys his leisure playing and chatting with his little friends. He is a real joy to his parents and the neighbours. Omprakas lives with his parents in a small self made hut that's built with mud walls and grass thatches over the roof top. The father earns less than US $ 2 a day as a cycle rickshaw puller. Poverty has it that, by the time children reach the middle school, there is every likely hood that children get dropped out from school. UEM has enrolled Omprakas for sponsorship support and help him to continue his schooling smoothly. Now Omprakas needs a sponsor and that will help UEM to care for his welfare and education. Your kind sponsorship will go a long way in shaping his future and well being.
Pavi Shree K - 135/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
12/07/2012 - Pavi Shree and her parents are from a poor village and they are living in absolute poverty. The government has certified them as people 'Below Poverty Level'. They are living in a single room house that's improvised and without proper living amenities. Pavi Shree's father is a casual laborer in the farms and his earnings are about US $ 40 a month and half the amount will go for his own expenses as he is used to drinking habits. He doesn't get jobs regularly due to drought and monsoon failure. The mother is a home maker and she is unable to make ends meet. Pavi Shree is studying in pre-school and is learning English alphabet, rhymes, numbers and songs. She is good at studies and interested in dancing and singing. At home she helps her mom with cleaning and washing. Her future ambition is to become a doctor. Pavi Shree lacks proper nourishment and care. A sponsor's assistance will help her to have nutritious food and snacks every day, access to extra-tuition, school supplies etc., Your decision to sign up for the child will help a girl child to have the opportunity for continual education and care.
Pavithra V - 054/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
01/06/2010 - Pavithra is a pretty little girl, coming from a family of four that lives in a small rented house in a suburban township. She is studying in primary school and after school she is quite helpful to her mother at home. She can only think of having a ‘Barbie doll’ as her toy to spend time with, but with all their poverty buying one is only a dream for her. Her teacher is proud of her performance in school. The child’s father is a casual laborer in the vegetable market. The day long work will fetch him only little money for family maintenance and inclement weather conditions leaves him penniless. In the interest of giving English education to their children, the parents have put Pavithra in an English Medium School but struggle to meet the costs involved. Looking at the situation of the family and the interest of the child, UEM has considered giving sponsorship support for the child. A sponsor’s support helps the child to have access to proper nutritional care, health and medical care and continual opportunity for school education. Your willingness to support this child will change her life and future.
Pragadheeshwaran J - 110/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/30/2009 - Pragadheeshwaran is a wonderful child with friendly qualities. He enjoys playing with peers. He comes from the most backward community who are known as 'Dalits' or the labor class of people. The parents are the farm laborers and their daily wages are low and irregular and they cannot even make US $ 50 a month and that means they are just surviving with bare needs. The family is living in a small hut built of mud walls and the roof covered by palm leaf thatches. It is a small place inside the house, and hardly anything can be seen valuable, except for few kitchen utensils, few tumblers and some plastic wares and pots. In order to care for the child with proper nutritional support, health care and educational support, he needs a sponsor. Your sponsorship will make a big difference in the life and future of this needy child.
Prakatheesh S - 044/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
07/23/2012 - Prakatheesh lives with his parents and has an older brother. He studies in preschool and enjoys schooling. The family is living in a small house that has a single room. The father's income as a private electrician has been meagre and irregular. He earns only when he gets a call to fix an electrical problem and remains jobless otherwise. His average monthly income is about $40 and with this earning, meeting even the basic needs of the family and giving education to the children is a challenging task. School drop rate among these poor families are always high and Prakatheesh's case cannot be an exception. With a sponsor's support the child will have the opportunity for continual education, nutritional and health care support, and caregivers to nurture him. He awaits a sponsor who would be a ray of hope for a bright future
Prasath V - 106/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
02/06/2007 - Prasath's family lives in below poverty line. The father and mother are farm laborers who sweat out the whole day to earn an income of $30 - $40 a month that's hardly sufficient to meet even the bare needs.. The parents do not get jobs on a regular basis and at times they have to wander searching for jobs in the neighborhood. Living in below poverty line, the parents cannot afford proper care and nurture of the children. Prasath, adjusts well with the family's difficult situation and goes to school regularly. He likes to get good grades and wants to become well educated in future. Prasad needs encouragement and support through sponsorship program. Your valued support as a sponsor will give hope to their poor lives and also help Prasath to enjoy some of the essential needs that he misses in his life.
Praveen Kumar M - 140/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
7/31/2009 - Praveen Kumar is studying in a government primary school that's closer to his village. He enjoys going to school every day and loves being with friends. He dreams of becoming a police officer in future. He has the potential to study well and excels in everything that he does at school. However, poverty in the family poses to be an impediment. Praveen's father's earnings as a labourer in the farms is only at subsistence level. Drought and monsoon failures often deny jobs for the father and starvation and hunger becomes the order of the day. Praveen and his two siblings are going through these difficult times, but that has not stopped Praveen to give up studies. UEM studied their family situation and extended a helping hand to Praveen to be a part of the sponsorship program. The need of the hour is to care for Praveen in terms of his education, physical well-being, and development about his future. A sponsor's love and support helps Praveen to have access to one time nutritious lunch and snacks in the evenings every day, plus he will be benefited out of extratuition and healthcare facilities. Your kind acceptance to sign up for the child will help changing his life and future.
Premnath - 076/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
10/20/2006 - The parents of Premnath are the village folks who maintain their family by hard means. The father is a farm laborer and the mother also goes to work in the fields for a couple of months in a year. The wages are paid only at subsistence level and they are not even able to make it $ 50 a month and that makes it very difficult for them to maintain the family. The jobs are available for about six months in a year. The family is living in a small hut in absolute poverty. Premnath and his older sister are deprived of proper nourishment, health care and necessities. Through the sponsorship program Premnath will have access to a nutritious meal every day, proper health care and extra tuitions by a specially appointed teacher. A sponsor's love and support can make a big difference in his life and help him see a better tomorrow.
Raja Tamil Mallan M - 141/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
10/15/2011 - Raja Tamil Mallan comes from a family of five and that include his parents, two sisters and a brother. Raja's father is a farm labourer and the mother a house wife. Living in a small hut in the village, without proper household things and amenities around, life has been much harder for them. The child's father has to look for jobs every day in the farms and providing three square meals a day to the family is all depended on how much the father brings home at the end of day. He also has the habit of drinking after a hard day's work. Raja's mother is a house wife and feeding their four children is a herculean task for her. In spite of poverty, the child's mother doesn't want her children to get dropped out of school and sacrificially does all that are necessary for their schooling. Raja Tamil Mallan is studying in primary school and never does he stop going to school nor does he keeps his school works pending. His parents are proud of him. UEM wants to keep up the spirit of this boy and help him have the continual opportunity for studies. A sponsor coming forward to support this child will be a hope for his life and make him a potential supporting member of the family in future.
Rakshana R - 159/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
06/02/2011 - Rakshana's father is a farm labourer and her mother is a housewife. The family lives in a small hut that is built out of mud and the roof top is covered with dry palm leaves. The flooring is not cemented but mud finished. Rakshana and her little sister live in the midst of poverty and her parents are helpless without sufficient earnings. As a result, Rakshna is underfed. Rakshana's mother is a house wife and she can only feed the children with simple food and at times skipping meals has been a common occurrence. UEM has found this child's case pathetic and accepted to support her with the help of the sponsorship program and it calls for a sponsor to sign up for her. Rakshana, as a part of the sponsorship program, will have access to one time nutritious food every day, snacks every evening and extra tuition by UEM appointed special teachers.
Rigana Begum M - 065/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
01/15/2011 - Rigana Begum, a pretty little girl comes from a very poor family that lives by every day means. Ten of the family members live as joint family in one small house, without a gasoline oven. They use firewood for cooking. Rigana is known for her good handwriting and participation in school activities. She also loves to draw pictures. The economic status of the family doesn’t guarantee a continued education for the child. The father is a salesman who sells sarees in a push cart. He would borrow money, purchase sarees that a cart can hold, sell them for a couple of days, settle the loan amount and what remains as profit would be for family maintenance. Life has been too hard for them without regular and proper income. The mother is a house wife and cares for her two children and that include Rigana’s little brother. The mother’s earnest appeal for help, prompted UEM to consider sponsorship support for the child. In order to support the child for her education, provide for nutritious food and health care, she must have a sponsor. Your kind sponsorship will be great sources of encouragement to this child who is very intelligent and smart in everything she does. Your sponsorship will ensure child’s long term education.
Rithika - 115/CBCC/KGF/NLCP
12/03/2007 - Rithika is the last among the three daughters for the parents. The father is a self employed small time carpenter who will attend to any carpentry jobs over a private calling by households. His average earnings are less than $2 a day, which has been too meager to support the family. The mother is a home maker and tries to manage with whatever income they could be getting in a day. The school going children are deprived of proper and nourishing food. In spite of hardship and starvation at times Rithika wouldn't miss out her classes and her interest in studies is overwhelming. Rithika definitely needs some external support and sponsorship assistance will go a long way in helping her to realize her potentials. Rithika now needs a sponsor and in whose love and support she will not only receive continual education, but nutritious food and snacks every day, extra- tuitions, and educational supplies. The caregivers at the Childcare Project Centre will be taking every care of her well-being and development. Your decision to support will be changing the life of the child.
Rithish Raj B - 109/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
01/03/2010 - Rithish Raj is a cute little boy and likes to go to school every day. He is learning well and enjoys his leisure playing and chatting with his little friends. He is a real joy to his parents and the neighbors. Rithish lives with his parents in a small self made hut that's built with mud walls and grass thatches over the roof top. The father earns less than US $ 2 a day on farm labor and the mother goes to work sometimes when the family gets squeezed out of money. Poverty is a challenge for Rithish to continue education, as many children in the community get dropped out from school. UEM has enrolled Rithish for sponsorship support and help him to continue his schooling smoothly. Now Rithish needs a sponsor and that will help UEM to care for his welfare and education. Your kind sponsorship will go a long way in shaping the future of the child and help him see a better tomorrow.
Rohit R - 102/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
12/20/2007 - Rohit is a little boy from a slum. He has three younger brothers. Poverty has denied them the opportunity for school education. The children are living with the father and mother in a very small house that has just one room and a little space for cooking. The father is a street seller who sells dolls, balloons, plastic items and some cosmetic items as he walks into the streets and lanes with all the items tied up to a bamboo stick. He earns a little money and sometimes spends his income on drinking alcohol. As a result, he has fallen into debts and is not able to manage even his small business. He doesn't care much about the children too. The mother is helpless and feeds her children with very little food and wheat bread. Having considered Rohit as a beneficiary of the sponsorship program, he would need to have a sponsor in order to help him have access to onetime nutritious food and snacks every day, health care and educational opportunity. Your kind sponsorship support is solicited and your act of kindness will change his life.
Rokesh V - 091/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/11/2007 - Rokesh is a lovable sweet little boy studying in primary school. He likes to get good grades in school and doesn't want to miss the classes. He comes from a very poor family that lives in a small hut in absolute poverty in a village. The child's father is an agricultural laborer and the mother also works in the fields sometimes. Their average monthly income is around US $ 45. The daily wages are paid at subsistence level and their earnings are not very regular because jobs are not available on a daily basis. Although Rokesh is the only child for his parents, he doesn't get enough care. As a family living in below poverty line, Rokesh deserves support through the sponsorship program as it can provide him with nutritious meal every day, health and medical care and educational supplies. Sponsoring this child would mean positive changes in his life. UEM is praying about getting a sponsor for him.
Sabeen E - 163/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
2/15/2013 - Sabeen is a little boy studying in pre-school. He likes to go to school every day and enjoys the company of his peers as they learn and play together. Sabeen writes and practices at home about everything that is taught in school. His father is a laborer in a welding shop for meager wages and the mother is a home maker. The family lives in a small house in the village in acute poverty and their economic status doesn't ensure proper nourishment for Sabeen and his little brother. UEM has enrolled the child's name for sponsorship assistance that will help Sabeen to look forward to continual opportunity for education and better nutritional care. Under the sponsorship program, Sabeen will be entitled for nutritious food at lunch time and snacks in the evenings. He will also be provided with extra-tuition by the teachers appointed by UEM. Sabeen will have the opportunity for his overall development through your kind sponsorship.
Shahana P - 058/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
06/24/2011 - Shahana is studying in pre-primary school. She goes to school every day and doesn’t like missing a class for any reason. The parents are proud of her performance in school and the way she is able to keep her lessons up-to-date. Shahana will come up very well in school if she could get some support and encouragement. Her father distributes milk packets to houses and earns a little. The mother is a homemaker. The family is living in a small house on rent. The family circumstances are quite vulnerable in depriving Shahana her chances of getting education continually. UEM has identified and enrolled this child for sponsorship assistance, and that she will have access to educational supplies, as well as can have proper nourishment and care. The child is in need of a sponsor to help with UEM to cater to her every need of her education and wellbeing. Shahana will be excited to know that someone who’s miles away is going to be her sponsor to love and care for her.
Shanjana Dhalphin - 120/CBCC/KGF/NLCP
02/25/2009 - Shanjana Dhalphin is the eldest of the three children in the family. She loves taking care of her brother and sister in whatever little ways possible. She is in primary school and is learning English as one of her subjects. She loves to go to school every day as she enjoys learning and getting socialized with her friends. She likes to draw pictures and take part in dance program at school. The family situation of Shanjana, however, is not very encouraging they have been going through poverty and their day to day livelihood is hand to mouth. Shanjana's father runs a petty shop in the pavement and earns very little income. The mother is a home maker, but sometimes helps her husband in the shop. Shanjana deserves help through the sponsorship program of UEM and a sponsor to support her. A sponsor's support helps the child to have a regular and nutritious meal and snacks every day, extra-tuition after school hours and a team of caregivers in the program to closely monitor her progress in school, health aspects and all round development of her personality.
Sharmila K - 133/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/12/2009 - The parents of Sharmila are poor farmers in a village that's close to the sea shore. The child's father is a labourer in the farms and his earnings are too low to make a decent living. Absolute poverty has eluded Sharmila and her little brother of their joyful childhood as they do not have proper and sufficient food, clothing or medical care and supplying of educational needs has been a big challenge too. The child's father is also accustomed to drinking habits and what he would be giving for family maintenance would be even lesser. The child's mother doesn't get to have enough money to provide for even the bare needs of the children. The child's case was sympathetically considered and UEM has enrolled Sharmila's name for sponsorship assistance and with the help of sponsor signing up for the child will ensure proper care of the child through the welfare programs of UEM. Sharmila, under the sponsorship program, will have access to one time nutritious food, snacks in the evenings and extra-tuition to upgrade her performance in school. Your kind sponsorship will change the life of Sharmila for good.
Shivam P - 103/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
10/20/2009 - Shivam and his three siblings live with their father and mother in a slum in a very small house that has just one room. Slum dwelling with poor housing conditions and perpetual poverty has made this family and children live a miserable life. Shivam and the siblings are not fed well and are susceptible to health problems. The father is a daily wage laborer in shoe making units. His level of income is below poverty line. The child's mother has very little means to support the children and educating the children is even harder. UEM has enrolled Shivam for the sponsorship program. A sponsor's support will help him to have access to a nutritious meal and evening snacks every day and continual educational opportunity. He will also be given extra tuition by the caregivers of UEM. If you could consider becoming a sponsor for this child, you are actually going to transform a poor and needy child that he can see a bright future.
Sumit B - 106/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
1/3/2008 - Sumit, the little boy comes from a very poor family that lives in a slum. He is studying in primary school and enjoys going to school every day with his two siblings. Nevertheless the children are going through poverty and deprivation, their interest in schooling has never gone down and so with Sumit. The father being an ordinary casual laborer in mason works, he is only able to give the children the basic food that will not have any nutritive value. The mother is unable to help with the finances as she is a home maker. The house that they live in is very small and of slum grade and impoverished in every way. UEM comes across the case of this child in its search for children in need of help. Sumit has been enrolled for sponsorship support and UEM has committed to support the child within its resources to see that he makes good progress in education, physical and social development. When child's overall development is aimed at, what makes it important is a sponsor in child's life to love and care for him.
Sudhakar A - 045/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
03/18/2010 - Sudhakar is studying in primary school and is doing well in all the subjects. He is learning English and enjoys schooling. Sudhakar likes to draw pictures and loves to play with his friends. His father is a ticket collector for a private bus owner in the village. He gets a small salary of about $ 50 a month. Apart from his two children, the father has a large family to care, his aging grandparents and inlaws. Financial difficulties have often been a threat for children's education with the increasing number of school dropouts from these poor communities. UEM's intervention to support this child will avert a possible school dropout. Through the sponsorship assistance the child will have continual education opportunity together with nutritional and healthcare support. A sponsor's love and support can bring about a lasting change in this child's life and future.
Swapna N - 068/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
07/22/2009 - The father of the child is a street sweeper by work who cleans up the roads and drainages in the city. His income is only at subsistence level. He often gets sick because of hazardous and hard working conditions and this situation further reduces his income. There is a persistent poverty in the family and the mother is helpless as she is only a home maker. Swapna and her little sister and the family live in a mud walled hut which is improvised and small. Swapna is studying in a preschool and enjoys going to school every day. UEM has enrolled Swapna in to the sponsorship program and now with the help and support of a sponsor she can have access to proper nourishment, health care, extra tuitions and educational supplies. Can you be a reason behind making a difference in child's life?
Swetha S - 111/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
8/28/2009 - Swetha comes from a large family of six children and the parents. They are living in a small one room house in the slum. The father is a cycle rickshaw puller and does the hard labor of pedaling passengers to their destinations. He is worn out of his health and he doesn't go to work often. He takes rest and spends money on drinks. The two grown up boys who work as cobblers on the road side, earn a little but do not support the family. The mother is not able to look after the little ones and their education. The children do not have much to eat, wear better clothing, nor do they have proper school supplies. The child Swetha has been included as a part of the sponsorship program. She is yet to join schooling but as she gets a sponsor she would be able to attend a school and will have access to a nutritious food and snacks every day with all her school needs supplied as well. Your kind acceptance in this regard will help changing child's life.
Tarshini I - 066/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
03/26/2010 - Tarshini is a pretty little girl, studying in primary school. She is one of the clever students in the class and she also participates in the co-curricular activities. Tarshini’s interests are reading story books and drawing pictures. She lives with her father and mother in a small tiled house. The family is living through difficult circumstances without proper and regular income from the father, who is a helper in a vegetable shop. Despite hardship, the parents are very much focused on giving English education to the child with hopes of giving her a better future. However, poverty and debts in the family doesn’t ensure continual opportunity for child’s education. UEM has identified the need of helping this child through the sponsorship program with the help of a sponsor who can support child’s education, nutritious food, and health care through the welfare program.
Udayakumar S - 234/CBCC/KLR/NLCP
04/30/2007 - It is a small impoverished fishermen village where Udayakumar comes from. The house that he and his family live in is a small hut, which is self-built with mud and dry grass over the roof top. Udayakumar has 2 older brothers and he likes them. He loves to go to school and works hard at lessons. He likes to dance at the school cultural programs. Poverty in the family however has been a negative factor in the overall development and welfare of the child. His father, being a laborer in the fishing boats cannot afford to provide every need of the child with his meagre earnings. UEM has identified this boy for sponsorship support. A sponsor's support will help him have access to nutritious meal and evening snacks every day. UEM will also take care of his health and education. Your willingness to sponsor this child will change his life and help him see a better future.
Vana Sabirinathan - 131/CBCC/PKL/NLCP
08/03/2011 - Vana Sabirinathan is the last of the three children in the family. His two older sisters are very fond of him. He is active and sometime naughty and playful, but never does he compromise on proving his best in studies. The child's father is an agricultural laborer and the mother is a homemaker. Life in that small impoverished village together with their generational poverty, the child's family has no way to escape hardship, unless the children could make some headway in the years to come. The parents want Vana Sabirinathan to get good education and be a hope for the family. UEM has discovered child's potentials and wants to give him an opportunity to grow and come up well in future and it calls for a sponsor to come into his life to care for his welfare and education. A sponsor can change his life and future by signing up to be his sponsor. He will have one time nutritious food with evening snacks every day, extra- tuition after school hours, and school needs to be supplied. We would greatly appreciate your decision in partnering with UEM in changing a child's life and future.
Veeramanikandan C - 043/CBCC/MNP/NLCP
07/06/2010 - Veeramanikandan is studying in upper kindergarten. He is learning English alphabets and numbers. He tries his best to get good grades, but poverty in the family has not been very encouraging even to give him the continual opportunity for education. The father is a helper in a small grocery shop and his income is not more in US $ 40 a month. Being in a joint family, he has to fend for his family of three children, his in-laws and grandparents. Veeramani is enrolled for sponsorship program and what he now needs is a sponsor to help with his continual education, better nutritional and health care. A team of caregivers will also be looking after child's progress and welfare. Love and support of a sponsor will be a great blessing for him and help ease out the economic problems of his parents.
Vikram M - 038/CBCC/TDM/NLCP
08/15/2003 - Vikram lives with his father and mother. At home his duties include running errands and fetching water for his mother. Vikram has two sisters and two brothers. The father is a casual labourer in the market. His wages are very low and irregular. He goes jobless most of the time in a month and that puts him in great hardship. The mother is sickly and she cannot work anywhere, except for looking after the household. The extreme poverty situation deprives children of sufficient food, clothing and healthcare. Vikram needs a sponsor to support his well being and education through the welfare programs of UEM that provides him with a nutritious meal every day, extra tuitions, educational supplies and health care. Can you help change his life?
Yesudas M - 083/CBCC/CTK/NLCP
04/04/2013 - Yesudas, the little boy comes from a family of four that include his older sister and parents. They are living in a very small single room house offered by the government on the basis of their livelihood under below poverty line. The child's father is a laborer as drainage cleaner and his wages are very low. The mother does house cleaning and dish washing in some houses for a pittance. The family is living through acute poverty that has impacted the children on their nutritional status and health. Yesudas loves to go to school every day and is quite smart in learning everything. UEM studied their family situation and has accepted Yesudas for sponsorship assistance. He is now in need of a sponsor to help with UEM to help him have access to proper nourishment, healthcare, education and spiritual nourishment. Having a sponsor will be a source of encouragement for Yesudas to study well and come up in life.