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In the vibrant tapestry of India, a country rich in diversity with its myriad cultures and languages, exists a symphony of humanity. However, this diverse tapestry also reveals the poignant reality of a significant portion of our population struggling without the most basic necessities - shelter, nourishment, and care. The growing prevalence of old-age homes, children's shelters, halfway homes, and rehabilitation centers sheds light on the disparities that exist. It's within this space of reflection that Stars Of Hope envisioned and nurtured the project We Care in the year 2022.
We Care is more than a project; it's a promise to extend compassion and holistic support to the overlooked segments of society. Our yearly commitment involves investing time, efforts, and resources into improving the lives of residents in old-age homes, children's shelters, halfway homes, one-stop centers, PWD facilities, rehabilitation centers and other vulnerable places. The primary goal is to provide not just physical aid but also emotional support, education, and empowerment to these vulnerable communities.
Our dedication to this cause drives us to compile a comprehensive list of establishments - old-age homes, children's shelters, halfway homes, one-stop centers, PWD facilities, rehabilitation centers, and other vulnerable areas that lack adequate access to healthcare, education and basic requirements. Each year, we orchestrate tailor-made programs within these facilities, each uniquely designed to cater to the specific needs and aspirations of the residents, aimed at enhancing their overall well-being and quality of life.
Collaboration is the cornerstone of our approach. We extend an open invitation to NGOs, Organisations, Institutions and Companies to join hands with us in this noble endeavor. Your support, whether through active participation or material contribution or financial support, holds immense value to us, and contributes significantly to the success of We Care.
We Care 2022 Theme : A Step Up in Health
In alignment with our commitment to uplifting the lives of vulnerable groups, Stars Of Hope executed the "We Care" initiative in 2022-2023. The central theme for this period was "A Step Up in Health," which aimed to enhance the health and well-being of residents in children's homes, old-age homes, and also the children of Anganwadi Centers. The theme underscored the importance of health awareness, education, and holistic care for the residents in these targeted areas.
Health Screening and Awareness Programs at Children's Homes : The residents of Children's Home, including children and caretakers, underwent health screenings facilitated by our team comprising a nurse, a paramedic, and trained members of Stars Of Hope. Additionally, training sessions on First Aid, healthy diet and exercise, personal hygiene, and menstrual hygiene were conducted, ensuring the participants received comprehensive guidance on maintaining their health
Health Screening at Old Age Homes: Residents and caretakers of Old Age Homes underwent health assessments conducted by our team of healthcare professionals and trained members. As part of the health support, dressing for bed sore patients was also provided, ensuring comprehensive care for those in need.
Health Screening at Anganwadi Centers: Our team organized a health screening program focusing on the Growth and Development of the children at Anganwadi Centers. The children's growth was evaluated using standard tools, measuring various parameters such as height, weight, BMI, and head, chest, and mid-upper arm circumference. Furthermore, the team utilized the Early Childhood Care and Education Development (ECCED) checklist to comprehensively assess and address the children's needs.