To regenerate the Rhythm of life of the Disadvantaged.
Work and Achievements
Udayan Care is focused towards ‘regenerating the rhythm of life of the disadvantaged’ by bringing in meaningful interventions and with our unique and innovative model of mentorship, which runs across programmes. Registered in 1994 as a Trust, Udayan Care works to empower vulnerable children, women and youth, in 18 cities across 10 states of India.
Udayan Ghars (1st one in 1996) were set up to nurture orphaned and abandoned children, give them a loving home, family bonding and a sense of belonging, ensuring them all opportunities to develop as capable, responsible individuals. In 2002, Udayan Shalini Fellowships (USF) was started for girls from disadvantaged sections of society so that they can pursue academics, vocational training and technical courses at the higher secondary and undergraduate levels whilst also helping them with personality development. In 2004, we started the Udayan Information Technology and Skill Centres (UCITVT) to improve employ ability of underserved communities by skilling them in digital literacy, stitching and tailoring, personal grooming and other vocations, and gaining them jobs.
We have been advocating for standards of care for children in Alternative Care and conduct research, training, and publish journals, articles and IEC materials.
Udayan Care has nurtured over 20,000 young lives by direct interventions. This has been made possible only through the support of like-minded volunteers, donors and partners, who believe in Udayan Care's mission
Fund Utilisation Statement
Towards education, and vocational training for orphaned , abandoned, at risk, destitute, children, and youth, all coming from underserved sections of society.