Children’s Care

Founding Members

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Goal

To assist financially young disadvantaged children from school age, primary and secondary, so they can complete their education under the best possible conditions. The initial focus will be in Trivandrum, capital of the state of Kerala, southwest India.
Charitable Foundation

A non-profit, charitable foundation, Devdan has been established in accordance with the Swiss Civil code and is under the supervision of the Swiss Federal Supervisory Authority for Foundations.

Annual Report

The third year of the existence of the Devdan foundation has passed again very quickly.
The working relations with the Centre of Excellence in the outskirts of Trivandrum (Mangattukadavu) continue to be excellent. Like last year, in December 2015, we participated in the Christmas evening celebration organized in a common hall for the girls, boys and those responsible. The children had done some beautiful cribs, had some small theatre plays as well as songs and dances. It was magic for them as well as for us.

Annual Report

La troisième année de l'existence de la fondation Devdan a passé à nouveau très rapidement.
La relation de travail avec le Centre d'excellence dans la banlieue de Trivandrum (Mangattukadavu) sont excellents. Comme l'an dernier, en Décembre 2015, nous avons participé à la célébration du soir de Noël organisé dans une salle commune pour les filles, les garçons et les responsables.

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Project One : A structure called Little Flower – Centre of Excellence was established in an existing school called Viswaprakash Central School (CBSE +2) (more than 1000 day students – girls and boys) at Mangattukadavu, Thirumala, Trivandrum, Kerala State. Little Flower inaugurated in 2004 as a pet project by Rev. Dr. Soosa Pakiam M. (Archbishop of Trivandrum (Latin)) and is under his patronage.

The intention of Little Flower – Centre of Excellence is to allow underserved children from poor families to have boarding, lodging and education offered to them in two children’s home – one for girls and the other for boys. Currently, there are around 100 named children.