Helping Children with Disabilities in Bulgaria

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We hope to carry out our projects in Bulgaria by appropriately training social therapists of children and young adults with disabilities.  In 2014, Humanium decided to support one of the Cedar Foundation’s projects which aimed to ensure social therapists received the complex and modern training needed for working with children with disabilities. Many institutions in […]

Vijayakanth can finish his studies

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Vijayakanth comes from the village of Rajampet in India.  He did not attend school for many years and could not make up what he missed in public school. He was enrolled in a bridge school specially adapted to allow him to pass his certificate of secondary studies and enroll in a polytechnic program in school. […]

Bridging schools: a bridge toward school education

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When children have been removed from school for a long time, it is difficult for them to be reintegrated back into school. In India, Humanium supports the school going of children in a bridging school, so that their right to an education is vindicated. Our local partner, Hand in Hand, has developed a bridging school […]

Another victory in the village of Azakusamudram!

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In Azakusamudram, a project for improving the living conditions of the villagers is coming to a close. It has taken two years to achieve the desired objectives and bring about real transformations. The project was a great success! This project addressed the needs of the Azakusamudram villagers by working on the major problems encountered by […]

Suguna needs help to study

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Suguna comes from a particularly poor family. She was forced to work and to leave school after her fifth year of primary school. After having joined a bridging school in 2004 to catch up on her schooling, she was able to attend the last year of middle school (“the orientation cycle”) in a public establishment. […]

Summer Camps for Children

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Children in Azakusamudram, India, had the opportunity to attend summer camps, because of our projects to improve living conditions. These camps aim to allow children to blossom through creative and athletic activities, which are essential to their individual emotional development. They explored workshops in drawing, dance, writing, and other activities with joy and enthusiasm. These […]

Humanium helps the children of Keelpasar village in India

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Humanium is acting in response to the Keelpasar residents’ appeal where the residents face daily struggle to access basic healthcare, education, and necessities for their families and children.   A happy childhood is impossible because of the lack of regular family income, which forces children to work in order to survive. Access to basic health […]