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I-India Project Australia and Street Child project Singapore are assisting
I-India in the construction of this facility, they are also committed to maximising the benefits of money raised for the construction of the “Jhag Children’s Village”.

All administrative costs are funded privately and all work is performed voluntarily in these organizations.

JHAG CHILDREN's VILLAGE is a centralized five acre campus 40km outside of Jaipur. It is a home for 100 orphaned boys and girls and a formal school for 400 rural children living below poverty line. An onsite hospital is providing free health care to rural population through OPD and Mobile Health Van. The village campus also offering economic empowerment opportunities to rural women, adolescent girls and youths by facilitating vocational training on Computer (IT), Handicrafts, Block Printing, Jewellery Designing and Garments/Tailoring and care-protection shelter for destitute children.

The facility is constructed in the rural area of Jhag (located 45 KM south of Jaipur on the Jaipur-Ajmer national highway), on the five acre block of land which has been sold at a nominal cost to I-India by the Government of Rajasthan, India.

Shelter home building at Jhag is ready & children already joined

The Jhag Children's Village currently includes:

  • Prem Pathshala, a formal school for 400 BPL children
  • Snehaanchal Boys' Shelter Home for up to 50 boys
  • Preeti-Prabha Girls' Shelter Home for up to 50 girls
  • Guru Kripa Health Centre
  • Didi School & Community Hall
  • Franklyn Scholar Vocational Training Centre for young adults & women groups

The general needs addressed by the Jhag Children’s Village include:

  • Inaccessibility of schools
  • Lack of medical services
  • Low school attendance rates
  • High rates of illiteracy
  • Lack of vocational training services
  • High rates of migration to cities in search of income

Prem Pathshala: A School building at Jhag

The Shelter home is constructed with the help of Singapore people, through "Street Child Project Singapore"

While the school building is ready with the help of I-India Project Australia and CAF Australia.

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