The Rainbow Homes for girls and Sneh Ghars for boys to enable the mainstreaming of children formerly on the streets.>
Govt.of India and Included in the National Educational Policy(SSA)
TATA Inst.of Social Science as a model of care for children forerly on streets
As the Best Practice example By Save the Children NGO
Homes are located inside Government Schools
Enhanced trust with Government and Govt. Institutions
Children attend govt. schools thereby rejuvenating them
Children have made an informed decision to leave the streets voluntarily
Children thrive in a non-threating environment
Children are not locked up inside a home
Covered under the RTE Act and JJ Act
Adhere to the UN convention on the Rights of the child
Child has stake in her development through participation via Bal Sabha and Child committees
Financial audits by of one of BIG4 audit firms
Child progress traced through web-based information system
Key Performance Indicators monitored periodically
Pooja from Delhi kilkari Rainbow Home, won a gold and silver at the 2015 Special Olympics in Los Angeles.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama visit our children in Delhi. Children and Teams from different cities received His Holiness Dalai Lama blessings and participated in different programs enthusiastically
"The physical spaces exist for every street child In our cities It is the spaces in our hearts that still do not…."
"The best ideas are simple. Provides shelter street children in school. That was the beginning. Meanwhile, the thousands of children much more than that. Their bright eyes say more than a long story"