Dream India Network
#37, 6th Cross, ,
Sirsi Road, Chamrajpet, ,
- Contact Person: Sr Jayasree
- : firstname.lastname@example.org
Building and empowering a strong network of institutions and individuals to collectively work for social transformation and change, through innovative actions, with special focus on children.
Work and Achievements
Dream India Network (DIN) works with several non-governmental organizations, committed individuals and institutions, trainers, researchers and social workers who have an abiding interest in bringing about lasting changes to the quality of life of ordinary Indians. It provides social empowerment and a platform for operationalizing several good initiatives on behalf of the people whose rights are violated and who need hand holding. We had been involved in training thousands of individuals, groups and networks though out India. Another area we have been concentrating is to provide and encourage leadership and support to the networks directly and indirectly.
A flagship programme of ours is in setting up institution based Foster Homes for socially excluded children. For the millions of children in our cities who exist on the margins, debilitating poverty is just part of the problem. They also live in an unsafe world. Denied of their basic rights, these children run the grave risk of being subjected to violence in various forms. Therefore merely getting them to a classroom is not good enough.
This is why DIN has been building foster homes for such vulnerable children where they will receive care, protection, quality education and all-round formation. Each Home is designed to care for 8 children, ensuring thereby, that every child receives individual attention and care in a strictly secular, family setting, so necessary for his/her physical, mental and emotional development. The programme ensures that the children are admitted to the best schools in the locality. We do have many such homes in and around Bangalore.
Fund Utilisation Statement
We plan to increase the numbers to 150 Homes and 1200 children by 2020. Will be utilised to start and maintain these homes.Also planning to start elderly homes for those on the streets.