Personal & family information

The children help their parents by helping collecting stones, selling country liquor, selling something home made in weekly market & etc. Some kids’ fathers make stone cheeps {which is a material to construct road}, some kids fathers collect some kind of fruits which is a materials for making country liquor. Some children have no fathers where as some have no mothers. Not all are orphan but many are semi-orphan & poor from tribal back ground.

Most of the children do not attend school because they are helping their father or mother collecting stones & assisting their father or mother in some kind of earnable work. And they have no opportunity to study, they want to study though. Playing cricket and playing group games with other guys & some kind of funny games are favorite activities for the children. They are all not believers in the lord, but there are many who are not Christian. But those who are believers do attend local church service with his father or mother & attend in Sunday school.

Community information

The children live in the Pano, sora, oriya, Telugu, parja, harijan community. There are about 500 or 1000 or 1200 or more people live in each village. People live in the village do almost the same kind of job. They drink Streams water; well water and the houses are made of Woods & mud. They sleep in the floor. They speak tribal languages The main food is rice, Lentil, vegetables and potatoes. Common health problems in this area include respiratory disorders, skin infections, flu, asthma, diarrhea Malaria and etc. Most adults in in the region work in domestic services and earn about Rs.80/100 per day or could be little more which about 2 USA Dollar per day is. This community needs schools, teachers and employment opportunities.

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Country information

Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, China, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka surround India & enhance its beauty. The country is carrying for more than one Billion people. The second highest population in the world, just the second to China. Indians eat lots of rice & eat spicy food. Rice is the main production in India. About 70 percent of the population is rural and most Indians are non believers in sacrificial atonement. India was independence on 1947, August 15th From British rule. India is a colorful country with super numbers of language, dialogues, culture, Beliefs & customs.