Construction of a children's home in Mumbai, India|
Association Kamathipura "Asskam". For 11 years, Asskam has been funding a night-care centre in Mumbai's red-light district, Kamathipura. More than 100 children receive protection, food and shelter every night. In the morning, the younger children attend the on-site nursery and the older children attend the municipal school. A doctor and psychologist pay weekly visits to the centre to tend to the children.
In order to better meet the children's needs and to offer them a safer future away from the dangers of sexual trafficking, Asskam started building a home in 2006 in a Mumbai suburb away from the red-light district, for 150 children. This home will include residential facilities and a training centre in a safe neighbourhood, which includes services such as schools and hospitals.
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