For 8 months of the year, the migrant workers along with their families move from one job to the next. The children are neither immunized nor attend any school.
This inhumane plight had to be stopped.
In 2008 Gram Seva rented a house to accommodate 40 children, 20 girls and 20 boys. They were given three square meals a day and attended the local school.
Roda’s dream to have a facility of our own was fulfilled in 2016.
A 100 bed completely green building, with Solar power, Rainwater harvesting, Sewage water reclamation, and Kitchen and Shower water for gardening was inaugurated at the cost of $600,000 in 2016.
The cost for boarding and lodging for 100 children is $60,000 a year.