Rescuing and rehabilitating young girls from the streets
Amcha Ghar was founded in 1996 when Ms. Dias (Founder) worked on a report about Sexual Abuse cases. While investigating Ms. Dias unraveled some horrible discoveries and decided that there must be better protection facilities for girls facing such atrocities. Hence, Amcha Ghar was born.
Programs: 1) Amcha Ghar Balgruh is a residential home for orphan and semi-orphan girls of 6 to 18 years of age. The Balgruh provides education, health care services and self-defence activities for all girls. 2) The NGO has 8 Pre-Primary Schools and Amcha Ghar High School & Junior College for children below poverty line at a subsidized fee. 3) 'Healing Angels' is an initiative to give monetary and medical support to pediatric patients.
Outcome in 2018: 800+ girls have rehabilitated to mainstream society because of Balgruh. Amcha Ghar has helped 18 pediatric patients with over ₹700,000. They are currently supporting 2500+ students through their chain of schools.
Income Rs2 cr
Expense Rs2 cr
Source : Audit Report 2018
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