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A world Bank ‘Report’ of 2008 highlights that “a large number of disabilities in India are preventable, including those arising from medical issues during birth, maternal conditions, malnutrition, accidents and or injury.”
This project ensures that children/adults with disabilities have access to rehabilitation facilities and services at the community level.
When natural disasters strike, there is a lot of suffering and lack of resources and poverty aggravate the suffering A natural calamity can leave hundreds and thousands of people homeless. We work to provide relief to the victims.
Anchal Learning Centres in the Construction sites of Delhi NCR provide a safe place for children to go while their parents are at work — instead of wandering dangerous streets, hundreds of children are now visiting our Learning Centres to play, eat, study, and take services of doctor in case of crises.
Join Anchal in supporting the health needs of underprivileged people who live in many of the most challenging parts of Delhi and NCR slums as it relates to health, food scarcity, and child development.
ACT aims at reducing the vulnerability to HIV/AIDS of populations most vulnerable to this virus. The target population includes female sex workers , migrant population and other High risk groups. Our volunteers care for the diseased, look after orphaned children or vulnerable to HIV/ AIDS.
A survey of street children in Delhi, published by Save the Children in April 2011, showed that there are approximately 51,000 children living on the street across the nine districts of Delhi.
Anchal Charitable Trust is dedicated to rehabilitate children with special needs. We cater to the needs of physically and mentally challenged children and ensure to prevent neglect, apathy and ignorance and provide basic services.
Support Anchal under Stop Diarrhea initiative with the aim of zero diarrheal death in India in the intervention areas.
Support Anchal effort under Swacchh Bharat Project” to provide a hygiene environment to the citizen of India with special focus to children . The main objective of the project is to eradicate open defecation from the country and to provide clean drinking water to community.