Year 2015 in facts and figures

  • 2015, H.O.P.E. has enabled and guided 25 women self help groups with some 500 women. 5 new groups were started, one was closed.
  • Domestic workers solidarity project was extended to more than 750 women in 15 different areas.
  • More than 180 women took part in H.O.P.E.’s various skill training courses.
  • H.O.P.E. gave immediate help, legal assistance and counseling to 45 women in crisis situations.
  • Suryauday Day Care Centre reached out to a record number of 80 children.
  • Blooming Buds Playgroups and Nurseries provided pre-school education to 60 children.
  • 100 children were under H.O.P.E.’s scholarship programme.
  • Support classes were provided to 42 children.
  • 22 girls and young women found a home away from home in H.O.P.E.’s Kalpataru Girls’ Hostel.
  • H.O.P.E. conducted more than 15 input sessions, exposure and awareness programmes to its’ various target groups.
  • 150 senior citizens were under the care of H.O.P.E. in its Senior Citizens Club.
  • H.O.P.E. took active part in several external events demanding women’s and children’s rights like rallies, morchas, Women’s Day, Makhar Sankrant, Children’s Day.
  • H.O.P.E. networked on the cause of women and children as well as environment with organisations like National Domestic Workers’ Movement (NDWM), Action for the Rights of Children (ARC), International Coastal Clean-up (ICC), Maher, and Fr. Agnel Ashram.