Shore of Compassion
Children with HIV suffer from childhood infections more frequently and severely than normal children who manifest as recurrent cold, fever, diarrhea, dehydration, fungal infection, pneumonia, seizure, etc. resulting in extended hospital stays.
For both, children of HIV-infected parents or those infected themselves, face many psychological and material barriers to overcome. To overcome this, the organization constantly strives hard to create a secure and cheerful environment with positive and inclusive experiences for all-round growth, comradeship, social inclusiveness, psychological and emotional stimulation. Further, the society is educated to realize the trauma of these children so that they do not feel discriminated.
Accommodation, food, health care, nutritional care
Psycho-social care, spiritual care
Career guidance, personality development classes
Library, computer facilities with internet
Guidance in spoken English
Sports and games facilities
Nature and agriculture