Mission humanitaire inde

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« Mission Humacité » 2010-2011 : Final Report

Table of contents

Introduction

Part I : Missions, Achievements and Failures

1 ) Missions and Achievements

2 ) Failures

Part II : Professional and Personal Knowledge

1 ) Professional Knowledge

2 ) PersonalKnowledge

Part III : Obstacles and Difficulties

Conclusion

Annexes
Introduction : Taabar Society

Taabar is an NGO registered at the Rajhastan government, in India, who caters for street children roaming around Jaipur Railway Station, without reference point at the mercy of a world they don’t know.

First, Bal Basera is a temporary refuge. During this period, they get food,clothes, an adapted education and some professional trainings and advices for rehabilitation in society.

Some children suffer of diseases like AIDS, others don’t go to school because parents do not take the responsibility to send them to schools and others are orphans.

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| |- Work Sheet - |
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| |Bal Basera shelter is situated just next to Jaipur Railway Station.At present, this home is providing and |
|Place |facilitating support to 15 children from Jaipur streets. |
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| |Children are brought or referred byOutreach Workers, Counselors, Children, Child line or Police. |
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| |Here, Children can sleep well, eat, wash, and receive an education at their own rhythm in order to rehabilit them |
| |in society.|
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| |More than an intellectual (Mathemactics, English, Hindi) and Craft (Sewing, Drawing, Mehandi) education, Taabar ||Organization |NGO offers : |
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| |- Psychological Support|
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| |- Care & Protection by medical help |
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| |- Preserving & Protecting their childhood and rights |
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| |- Exposure visits and picnics...
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