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Akhanda Seva for International Shanti (Operation Shanti)

HIV/AIDS Care
assured_image Children Karnataka
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Provide a nutritional care package to HIV children
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Last audited December 2018
Supported 70 Hiv+ Orphan Children
Operation Shanti is an America based NGO that focuses primarily on providing the basic amenities to the unprivileged sections of our society. It has been working to give a roof and meals to the unsheltered families of Mysore, Karnataka. Project Street provides home and medical attention to destitute men, women, and kids. It relocates them into homes from the streets and provides medical assistance to those struck with HIV/AIDS. Project Food & More (PFM) provides monthly care packages to homeless families affected by medical hardship. Under Project Home, Karuna Maye is a shelter for children that aims at improving their lives by providing them with food and school tutoring. Kids who have been orphaned and left to beg on the streets with their mothers are taken into a shelter and given a life of a middle-class child, as they deserve. Suma and Surya are one of those few kids whose lives have been transformed by Karuna Maye. The right guidance has landed Suma in a college and Surya speaks fluent English now. Operation Shanti is incessantly working to improve the lives of these people, as it believes that everyone deserves a right to live to their full potential.
Leadership Anuradha Ganesh
Regular access to healthy and nutritious food,Periodic access to food supplies for healthy living,Basic necessities for everyday living
Akhanda Seva for International Shanti is an NGO that is based in Mysore. It works closely with a local HIV clinic that runs a pediatric HIV program. These children have either lost one or both parents and stay with a relative.At times, they are not properly looked after by these relatives. A list of the poorest pediatric patients requiring help is sent to the NGO. Care packages are distributed to these children and their guardians once a month. These packages include hygienic and nutritious items for the children. The care packages are then handed over to them by the NGO staff when the children come to the clinic for their monthly check-ups. The care package eases the financial burden on the families. When you support this program, children who have lost their parents to this disease can be helped to find hope in their lives.

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