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  • Ashraya Home Project Ashraya Home Project This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.
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  • Balika Girls Project Balika Girls Project This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students, and to as high an academic level as they desire and are capable of achieving.
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  • Overview Overview Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.
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  • The Founding The Founding The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research.
    It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.
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  • Unique Features Unique Features When you think of charity and social service in India, think of the Child Aid Foundation organization and its projects. Child Aid Foundation is a leading, poor and needy child, aid and care organization. The following unique features make it "The Foundation of a Child's Life"!
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  • Achievements Achievements Child Aid Foundation has molded a great number of unfortunate and underprivileged children, such as orphan children, slum children, street children, and child laborers, into mature and responsible, self-sufficient young adults with good occupations, jobs, and professions. They are all now beneficial members of the society and country in which they live. We consider this to be our main achievement!
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  • Vidya Education Project Vidya Education Project This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:
    After the 10th class/grade, they are admitted in various higher educational institutions in the city such as colleges, polytechnics, I.T.I.s and vocational training institutes.
    Know more
  • Ashraya Home Project Ashraya Home Project This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.
    Know more
  • Balika Girls Project Balika Girls Project This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students, and to as high an academic level as they desire and are capable of achieving.
    Know more
  • Overview Overview Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.
    Know more
  • The Founding The Founding The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research.
    It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.
    Know more
  • Unique Features Unique Features When you think of charity and social service in India, think of the Child Aid Foundation organization and its projects. Child Aid Foundation is a leading, poor and needy child, aid and care organization. The following unique features make it "The Foundation of a Child's Life"!
    Know more
  • Achievements Achievements Child Aid Foundation has molded a great number of unfortunate and underprivileged children, such as orphan children, slum children, street children, and child laborers, into mature and responsible, self-sufficient young adults with good occupations, jobs, and professions. They are all now beneficial members of the society and country in which they live. We consider this to be our main achievement!
    Know more
  • Vidya Education Project Vidya Education Project This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:
    After the 10th class/grade, they are admitted in various higher educational institutions in the city such as colleges, polytechnics, I.T.I.s and vocational training institutes.
    Know more
  • Ashraya Home Project Ashraya Home Project This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.
    Know more
  • Balika Girls Project Balika Girls Project This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students, and to as high an academic level as they desire and are capable of achieving.
    Know more
  • Overview Overview Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.
    Know more
  • The Founding The Founding The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research.
    It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.
    Know more
  • Unique Features Unique Features When you think of charity and social service in India, think of the Child Aid Foundation organization and its projects. Child Aid Foundation is a leading, poor and needy child, aid and care organization. The following unique features make it "The Foundation of a Child's Life"!
    Know more
  • Achievements Achievements Child Aid Foundation has molded a great number of unfortunate and underprivileged children, such as orphan children, slum children, street children, and child laborers, into mature and responsible, self-sufficient young adults with good occupations, jobs, and professions. They are all now beneficial members of the society and country in which they live. We consider this to be our main achievement!
    Know more
  • Vidya Education Project Vidya Education Project This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:
    After the 10th class/grade, they are admitted in various higher educational institutions in the city such as colleges, polytechnics, I.T.I.s and vocational training institutes.
    Know more
  • Ashraya Home Project Ashraya Home Project This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.
    Know more
  • Balika Girls Project Balika Girls Project This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students, and to as high an academic level as they desire and are capable of achieving.
    Know more
  • Overview Overview Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.
    Know more
  • The Founding The Founding The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research.
    It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.
    Know more
  • Unique Features Unique Features When you think of charity and social service in India, think of the Child Aid Foundation organization and its projects. Child Aid Foundation is a leading, poor and needy child, aid and care organization. The following unique features make it "The Foundation of a Child's Life"!
    Know more
  • Achievements Achievements Child Aid Foundation has molded a great number of unfortunate and underprivileged children, such as orphan children, slum children, street children, and child laborers, into mature and responsible, self-sufficient young adults with good occupations, jobs, and professions. They are all now beneficial members of the society and country in which they live. We consider this to be our main achievement!
    Know more
  • Vidya Education Project Vidya Education Project This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:
    After the 10th class/grade, they are admitted in various higher educational institutions in the city such as colleges, polytechnics, I.T.I.s and vocational training institutes.
    Know more
  • Ashraya Home Project Ashraya Home Project This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.
    Know more
  • Balika Girls Project Balika Girls Project This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students, and to as high an academic level as they desire and are capable of achieving.
    Know more
  • Overview Overview Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.
    Know more
  • The Founding The Founding The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research.
    It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.
    Know more
  • Unique Features Unique Features When you think of charity and social service in India, think of the Child Aid Foundation organization and its projects. Child Aid Foundation is a leading, poor and needy child, aid and care organization. The following unique features make it "The Foundation of a Child's Life"!
    Know more
  • Achievements Achievements Child Aid Foundation has molded a great number of unfortunate and underprivileged children, such as orphan children, slum children, street children, and child laborers, into mature and responsible, self-sufficient young adults with good occupations, jobs, and professions. They are all now beneficial members of the society and country in which they live. We consider this to be our main achievement!
    Know more
  • Vidya Education Project Vidya Education Project This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:
    After the 10th class/grade, they are admitted in various higher educational institutions in the city such as colleges, polytechnics, I.T.I.s and vocational training institutes.
    Know more
  • Ashraya Home Project Ashraya Home Project This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.
    Know more
  • Balika Girls Project Balika Girls Project This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students, and to as high an academic level as they desire and are capable of achieving.
    Know more
  • Overview Overview Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.
    Know more
  • The Founding The Founding The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research.
    It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.
    Know more
  • Unique Features Unique Features When you think of charity and social service in India, think of the Child Aid Foundation organization and its projects. Child Aid Foundation is a leading, poor and needy child, aid and care organization. The following unique features make it "The Foundation of a Child's Life"!
    Know more
  • Achievements Achievements Child Aid Foundation has molded a great number of unfortunate and underprivileged children, such as orphan children, slum children, street children, and child laborers, into mature and responsible, self-sufficient young adults with good occupations, jobs, and professions. They are all now beneficial members of the society and country in which they live. We consider this to be our main achievement!
    Know more
  • Vidya Education Project Vidya Education Project This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:
    After the 10th class/grade, they are admitted in various higher educational institutions in the city such as colleges, polytechnics, I.T.I.s and vocational training institutes.
    Know more

     

Overview

Child Aid Foundation is a charitable organization in the service of underprivileged and unfortunate children. C.A.F. is running several residential and non-residential children's aid and care projects from their center in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is fully supported by a very large, and ever-increasing, number of compassionate and generous people in Andhra Pradesh, in India, and throughout the world.

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The Founding

The founder and director of Child Aid Foundation is Dr. A. Goswami (adopted Indian name), Ph.D. Born, raised, and educated in the New York City area of the U.S.A., he came to India in the 1980's for personal tour and research. It was not his plan to either remain in India or to start a social service organization.

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Vidya Education Project

This project includes Child Aid Foundation’s own residential and non-residential high school division from the first to the tenth class/grade for both boys and girls. All the children in this division receive free:

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Ashraya Home Project

This is the residential project wherein about fifty children of various ages and academic levels reside in Child Aid Foundation’s own hostel (dormitory) division full time and receive comprehensive aid and care. Such aid and care includes nutritious food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement.

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Balika Girls Project

This is the non-residential project for girls of all ages and academic levels. The children in this division may reside any where, such as urban slums and impoverished villages. Child Aid Foundation sponsors any or all of their educational and/or living expenses as long as they remain full time students

+ Knowmore

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