Month: May 2018

Radha’s real struggle

Radha’s settled and happy family life took a sad turn when blood cancer snatched away her husband. The unfortunate event left the 44-year-old mother and her three children heartbroken. Daily survival became a challenge, and Radha, being illiterate, had no choice but to work as a domestic help.   However, a light of hope and…
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May 30, 2018 0

Workshop, 18th May 2018

SSG had yet another invigorating and exciting day with the Delhi Child Protection Unit of the Government of Delhi, as we jointly organized a workshop at the Lal Bahadur Shastri Government Hospital for the doctors, nurses and paramedical staff. Our aim is to extensively reach the corners of the city, sharing and educating people at…
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May 21, 2018 0

The City of Delhi

Delhi the capital of India is known for its diverse culture because of huge influx of migrants from different parts of the country, its Mughals era monuments, street food and many other things. However, in the midst of such spectacular history and beauty Delhi has been named as the “unsafe city for the women”. Almost,…
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May 15, 2018 0

Training program DCPU 9th May, 2018

KARE for children is important as we stand at the threshold of advocating for sustainable needs and care for children in family environments. Our networking and partnership with the District Child Protection Units in Delhi, and the Child Welfare Committees, are very important as they give us the opportunity to advocate with, and through them…
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May 10, 2018 0

Shahana’s story

When the tragedy of the loss of her husband due to kidney failure struck 45 years old Shahana , it left her shattered and heartbroken. She tried all the measures to save her husband but in the end couldn’t save his life. In the midst of miserable condition, sadly she was left without a single…
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May 9, 2018 0

Poonam’s life

Poonam lost her husband to serious health issues. This single mother of five is now fighting life’s battles alone for her family’s well-being and to secure her children’s future. The barely-literate widow earns a paltry Rs. 7000 (less than $110) a month, which is a challenge for her to satisfy the needs of her children.…
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May 1, 2018 0