Jamghat - A Group of Street Children

Project Brief: Jamghat aims to help children living and working on the streets of Delhi re-join society by offering opportunities for street children and society alike to make changes. ASHA is supporting the 24 hour shelter with uniforms, tutors and books.
Project Type: Child Home (description)
Primary Focus: children from slums (description)

Secondary Focus: other

Area: Urban
Supporting Chapter Contact: Berkeley
Status: current / ongoing
Project Steward: Vaibhav Srikaran
Project Partner(s): Zaira Rahim
Other Contacts: Amit Sinha
Project Address: , F 2, First Floor, ,Lado Sarai,,,
DELHI  110030
Tel: 91-11-29522112
Stewarding Chapter: Berkeley
Apr 2017BerkeleyUSD 11636
Dec 2015BerkeleyUSD 8598
Sep 2014BerkeleyUSD 2856
Apr 2014BerkeleyUSD 2832
Jun 2013BerkeleyUSD 3334
Oct 2011BerkeleyUSD 3000
Sep 2010BerkeleyUSD 3500

Total = $35756

Jamghat runs a 24 hour shelter at Lado Sarai, Delhi. ASHA will provide support to this shelter by funding uniforms and books for the children along with a tutor.
To help children living and working on the streets of Delhi to realize their dreams and re-join society by offering opportunities for street children and society alike to make changes in their lives.
Established in 2003, Jamghat comprises of young adult professionals and volunteers with a variety of skills and experiences. Their ultimate vision is to rehabilitate children and give them confidence to take part in society, while educating society to allow their growth.