India is the seventh-largest country in the world by landmass,  and with about one billion people, has the second-largest population in the world. It is an incredibly diverse country with its many languages, cultures, ethnicities, geographies, and climates. It often prides itself on being the largest democracy in the world. It is important to realize that India mixes its long ancient culture with that of today’s modern media and technology. There are over 200 different languages spoken in India 22 of which are considered official, including Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Hindi, and Nepali. English is widely spoken in the larger cities and areas visited by many tourists, so one can find their way around and receive assistance fairly easily. India’s Children Hope in a global meltdown
A pioneering piece of legislation that recognizes work as a fundamental right and guarantees 100 days of employment a year to those in rural areas who demand work –is emerging as a ray of hope.


Prevent trafficking and HIV infection.  Communities are vulnerable to the trafficking of women and young girls.

People are helping in the fight against poverty and child abandonment globally, but more is needed. Please help us to stop the tragedy we see on the streets of Rajasthan.

No one is turned away…. your support will allow us to serve the community women, the elderly, and orphaned children.  

NGOs and district government authorities monitoring and verifying the project outcomes and their impact, feel the next step should be the formation of a women’s federation that can act as a pressure group. “We are planning a market federation of sorts at the district level”, said the CEO, Jassa Ram Chaudhary, of the Ajmer Jilla Parishad (district). There are several strategies in the pipeline to take poverty alleviation to the next stage in Rajasthan through the networks the project created between NGOs, community-based organizations, government authorities, and other government bodies