Rescue junction is a 24 hour centre for homeless abandoned and lost street children. It provides shelter food, advice education and support for children in a safe and caring environment.
In Bihar in India, one of India's poorest states, there are no developed child welfare systems, and Rescue Junction reaches out to children who have been forgotten and abandoned. These children are at risk of being involved in prostitution or criminal activities and before Rescue Junction they had no one to turn to for help or assistance. Over 500 lost missing and trafficked children have been reunited with their parents since the centre opened.
Night Shelter with food/ Children's Savings Bank/ Legal Services and Child protection officer/Free legal help/Education/vocational activities/help with finding families./Clothes and Blankets.24 hour care. The centre provides over 3,000 meals a month for children
It is the aim of the trust to engage with the police, railway authorities, the judicial system and local government in helping to provide a child safety network in the district. This has the potential to help thousands of kids.
Rescue Junction is a safe and protective place for children. They are doing wonderful work. I have never seen such a project being run so well and really having a great effect in any other district. - Dr AK Jain, Supt of Police Gaya
Total Funding Received to Date: £12,424
Remaining Goal to be Funded: £18,380
Total Funding Goal: £30,804
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
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