Aawaaz continues to help needy people through the provision of medicines for the sick, diagnostic tests, referrals for jobs, admissions for needy children in formal schools, treatment facilities, rehabilitationn as well as counseling students, chemical dependents and families.
Minazul- a young HIV+ boy from South 24 Pgs. District was on the verge of dropping out of school for lack of finances to buy text books for the new academic session when Aawaaz stepped in to ensure that he remains in school.
Rangeena, one of the children of our feeding centres, and her family went through a traumatic time when her father passed away after prolonged sickness. The family was helped with finances to conduct his last rites and stood with the family as they struggled to get back to their feet. Rangeena continues to be sponsored for her education by one of our well-wishers.
Community Learning Centres
Started in August 2010, this project caters to children ... Know More >>
Nutrition for Children
Malnourishment among children which is claimed by many ... Know More >>
Sponsorship for Education
Poverty and education share a strong link. Education plays... Know More >>
Ujjiban (meaning revive, give new life)- the ... Know More >>
Primary Health Care Training
With the assistance of the YWAM Megacity Teams ... Know More >>
Volunteers are critical partners of and participants... Know More >>
Aawaaz continues to help needy people through the provision ... Know More >>