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Need Base India

Need Base India (A Foundation for Child Care and Development) was set-up in the year 2009 with the purpose to rehabilitate the street and vulnerable children through giving them formal education. The organization’s vision is, ‘To stand for the ‘Child Rights’ and Guarantee that Every Child...

About Us

Need Base India (A Foundation for Child Care and Development) was set-up in the year 2009 with the purpose to rehabilitate the street and vulnerable children through giving them formal education. The organization’s vision is, ‘To stand for the ‘Child Rights’ and Guarantee that Every Child gets a ‘Happy Childhood’, thus enabling children to become responsible citizens.They run the projects like Rainbow Home – which supports the street and vulnerable girls. They provide care, protection and comprehensive education including life skills for the girls. This project supports school dropout, street children, and runaway children.They run Lakshya Udaan Home and Sneh Ghar for children living on the streets and in other difficult situations. They have been running the Urban Deprived Children Project for the past four years with the help of Sarva Shikshana Abiyana at Shanthinagar, Bangalore. All the projects, which they are running are related to providing education to the children with the aim that it is a fundamental Right of the Child to go to School.

Our Mission

To stand for ‘Child Rights’ and guarantee that every child gets a ‘Happy Childhood’, thus enabling children to become responsible citizens.

Our Vision

To provide care, protection, love and affection to children without parental care, and empower them through education and give them all sources of exposure & opportunities to perform their best and lead a happy childhood.

Our Background

Although there are sufficient laws in the Indian Constitution’s tenets to safeguard fundamental rights of children in areas of care, protection, health and education, the Indian embassy has estimated there are 3,14,700 street children in cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Kanpur, Bangalore & Hyderabad. There are varying estimates emerging from multiple studies done by different agencies.

The Republic of India is the seventh largest and second-most populated country in the world. Due to the acceleration in economic growth, an economic rift has appeared, with just over 32% of the population living below the poverty line. Owing to unemployment, increasing rural-urban migration, the attraction of city life and a lack of political will, India has developed one of the largest child labour forces in the world.

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