Empowering the Young Minds : Fostering a Love for Learning Among Vulnerable Children

Introduction: Agape Blessed Foundation Trust continues its commitment to providing education and empowerment to underprivileged children from economically challenged backgrounds. Our program aims to cultivate a passion for learning among children whose families face financial hardships and educational limitations. Student Demographics:  Currently, our initiative supports over 30 students hailing from families grappling with poverty. Most of these students come from households where parents are illiterate and work as daily wage earners, vegetable vendors, or construction…

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Educational Trip : Doll Museum and Science Museum Visit for Children with Disabilities

The Agape Blessed Foundation Trust organized an educational trip to the Doll Museum and Science Museum for children with disabilities as part of its commitment to providing inclusive and enriching experiences for all. The aim of the trip was to offer these children an opportunity to engage in interactive learning, explore their interests, and enjoy a day of discovery outside of their regular routines. Itinerary: The day began with all participants and supervisors gathering at…

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RECENT EVENT

YOGA DAY CELEBRATION AT SHALIMAR BAGH On the day of International Yoga Day 21st June ,Team Agape organized event to promote Health benefits of Yoga. Yoga is a 5,000-year-old Indian tradition that combines physical, mental and spiritual activities to achieve harmony for body and mind. Yoga is not only about exercise but also an experience to discover a sense of oneness with oneself, the world and the nature. As Yoga stands as an emblem for…

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Workshop on Preventing Children And Youth from Substance Abuse

Substance abuse among in children is a cause of concern across the globe. India shares this problem in massive volume and focuses its future adverse consequences on health, growth, productivity, and well-being. The health risks inherent, with substance abuse, often are linked with other risk behaviours (like early sexual activity, violence, academic failure, school dropout, delinquency) among children. This renders children vulnerable and poses a greater burden in terms of health, performance, and economic cost…

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Non-Formal classes and Drawing competition for underprivileged children

We at Agape Blessed Foundation Trust believe that, a child’s imagination has immense potential and endless possibilities. With proper guidance, motivation and encouragement, they can push the boundaries of their mind and fill the world with joy and wonder.One such tool to help bring out their quirky personalities is Drawing and art. It is a great medium to allow kids to explore this world and themselves. Art can help them channelise their energy and efforts…

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Menstruation Awareness campaign

Menstruation is still considered to be dirty and impure in many parts of India. Disclosing the myths- The list of myths are numerous Restrictions like “Not entering the puja room” and the kitchen during menstruation are strictly implemented. Offering prayers and touching holy books by menstruating girls and women are considered as a sin. Huge Impact of Myths on Women’s Life Large numbers of girls in Rural India drop out of school when they begin menstruating. This…

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Agape’s Initiative during COVID-19 Curfew

POTLI OF HAPPINESS Dry Ration Distribution Drive- Feeding the Needy, Fighting the Hunger 28th MARCH TO 13TH MAY 2020 The nationwide lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus in India has affected the livelihood of thousands of people. While slum dwellers and daily wage workers are struggling to earn their daily bread, migrant laborers have also been left without work, with some having walked back to their hometowns. In this times of crisis and calamity, Agape…

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