Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Foster Mothers Benefit India's Abandoned Children

Foster mothers are the key ingredient to help children saved from the streets of India, who have lost their parents, or dwell in extreme poverty, and now reside under the care of a charitable organization.
"The aim is to create a family situation where a child who comes to us feels at home and recovers from their shocking experiences - including loss of their parents or extreme poverty.  However good our supervision or generosity the cooperation and dedication of foster mothers is essential.  It is their work that is going to make a child feel at home," the website explains.

The foster mothers start the day awakening the children under their care and preparing them for the day through evening-time meals and tucking the children in bed. The children who are HIV+ are cared for by the foster mothers who also coordinate celebrations of all faiths for the children. 

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