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Child Nurture and Relief Kashmir (CHINAR Kashmir)

Primary education
assured_image Education Jammu and Kashmir
Educate an underprivileged child in Kashmir
Last audited December 2018
Sponsored 111 Children Under The Remote Child Sponsorship Program
The Kashmir conflict had created a large number of orphans in addition to causing major social change, CHINAR Kashmir was formed to address the psychosocial needs of these orphans. The organization focuses on improving the lives of marginalized children, women and families. CHINAR Kashmir runs several innovative programs geared towards the social and economic empowerment of women and youth and providing material assistance to impoverished families whose homes have been damaged due to natural disasters or other reasons. Remote Child Sponsorship Program, CHINAR Home Program, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation, Skills Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development, Giving House Assistance and Relief are the programmes presently run by CHINAR. The children residing in the CHINAR homes are provided with quality education in good private schools and in-house tuition. A myriad set of extra-curricular activities are also organized to ensure a well-rounded education. CHINAR Kashmir is relentlessly providing these children with a stable support system so that they can lift themselves out of the cycle of violence & become productive members of society.
Leadership NA Qureshi
Expenses incurred in the education of children ,Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments,Periodic access to food supplies for healthy living
Child Nurture and Relief (CHINAR) is an NGO which is based in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The organization aims to provide support to vulnerable children in the form of basic needs like food and clothing. CHINAR also looks after health care and psychosocial well-being of these children. The districts of Srinagar, Pulwama, Anantnag, Leh, and the mudslide affected village of Sabu near Leh. The 'Remote Child Sponsorship Programme' (RCSP) has been initiated by CHINAR to help orphans, children with single parents, low-income groups, and whose parents are suffering from chronic disease. Monthly support is provided in the form of food, clothes, school fees, stationery and other basic necessities. Children are then tracked through home and school visits and supported for their well-being. When you donate to this program, you help children in an underserved state like Kashmir with school fees and essentials for their education.

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