79 children living in Tuni, India call Ashirvad “home”. There are many reasons why these children have come to live here, but often it is because their families cannot support them with the resources available to them. We have implemented a social worker at the home to help integrate children back into the community and encourage the reunification with families whenever possible. This process can be long and complex, though, so we feel it is also our mission to help these kids while they are living at Ashirvad Home. That’s why we setup our sustainable chicken farm project, which generates profits that go towards the nutrition and education of these children.
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