...Helping Children To Have Good Living And Bright Future.

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SHRESTHA, a Society for health, Education and Vocational Training for Slum,Street,and Poor Orphan Children was established under Rajasthan Society Registration Act.1958 with the overall aim and objectives of helping and supporting children especially Slum, runaway, orphans and street children in Jaipur.

SHRESTHA is successfully implementing its various activities and programs through which children are being provided with and supported for fulfilling their Educational, Socio-Psychological Counseling, STIs, HIV/AIDS Counseling, Skill Building, Vocational Training, Rehabilitation and Referral requirements.

SHRESTHA is getting support and motivation from various concerning government departments and other agencies.

We sincerely appeal to come and join us to make this Children Project a grand success & helping the underprivileged children to have a good living & bright future. You could be part of this by opting any of the following options:
  • By making Donation
  • By Working with us as Volunteer/Intern
  • Sponsoring a child’s education/health

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  • To provide formal & informal education to underprivileged children.
  • To create interest in children about going to school by implementing recreational methodologies & informal ways of education.
  • To provide Psycho-Socio counseling to children.
  • To provide them Health & Hygiene educations.
  • To reunite them with their families and communities.
  • To provide them vocational training in various trades.
The Future exists in the well being of children. Child Labour occurs due to lack of education system and has deeply enetered in our social and cultural traditions. It is Seriously required to work for the children in- terms of their mental, physical and educational part. Child labour is still common in so many areas of world,like cleaning home, assembling waste, polishing shoes, agriculture, working in factory, selling food, and doing odd jobs. Under privileged children are most likely to be engaged in child labour. Thousands of girls who work as domestic servants are especially vulnerable to exploitation and abuse.
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