Today is World Day for International Justice.
We’d like to raise awareness this day by highlighting important issues related to social inequality, and the ways in which The Hope Foundation are working towards bridging the gap and improving the lives of street and slum residents in Kolkata.
We help those that are HOMELESS by providing a 24/7 ambulance service, which provides medical treatment, transfer to hospital, blankets, food and clothing packages, and rescue into protection of at risk children.
We support the EDUCATION system by providing tutorial support and coaching centres within schools to those that need it- be it study, food, clothing, a social outlet or study assistance.
We encourage LOCAL COMMUNITY ACTION and assist 35 slum communities to empower themselves through education, advocacy and access to services- especially in the area of maternal healthcare.
We work alongside the Halderchak Chetana Welfare Society to implement ANTI-TRAFFICKING projects, include the rescue, rehabilitation and reintegration of trafficked victims back into society.
Finally, we work closely with Addressing The Unaddressed to provide ADDRESSES to slum communities so that they can be a part of society with rights and access equal to those living in houses.
There is more work to be done, worldwide, but with your ongoing support we WILL achieve justice and futures for all.