Breakfast Program for Kids
Breakfast Program for Kids

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Education Program for Kids
Education for Kids

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MBUZI Project (Goat Project)

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skill development
Skill Development

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  • Welcome to the official website of Sharanam BCDCC
  • Very soon we are going to start a Goat project for the kids !
  • We started a football team for girls .
  • We Started a Training Center for Women and girls to lean swinging , making cloths , Beauty tips etc. Then They can earn some money and live their life with self respect !!
  • We started Goat Project!!

Sharanam is a non-governmental organization (NGO). The hard work shows us a remarkable performance. Sharanam has made strides in empowering change agents within village communities to support the rights of children and young women. At the center of Sharanam’s vision, the focus is to keep girls in school, and help poor, illiterate young women develop a sustainable livelihood with empowerment through education, opportunity and self-reliance.

Indian women and girls who live in poor, rural areas have a particularly difficult life with limited choices. Due to lack of education and opportunity, many find themselves married in their teen-age years and it is clear that this practice condemns girls to a downward spiral of dropping out of school, teen-age pregnancy, dependency, abuse, and malnutrition. The region Sharanam serves, like many in rural India, suffers from illiteracy, child marriage, and poverty – most live on less that $1 a day.

Sharanam's hard work shows us a remarkable performance. Sharanam has made strides in empowering change agents within village communities to support the rights of children and young women. At the center of Sharanam’s vision, the focus is to keep girls in school, and help poor, illiterate young women develop a sustainable livelihood with empowerment through education, opportunity and self-reliance.

Indian kids and women who live in poor, rural areas have a particularly difficult life with limited choices. Due to lack of education and opportunity, many find themselves married in their teen-age years and it is clear that this practice condemns girls to a downward spiral of dropping out of school, teen-age pregnancy, dependency, abuse, and malnutrition. The region Sharanam serves, like many in rural India, suffers from illiteracy, child marriage, and poverty.