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Restore India Trust

Surrounded by poverty, Aarushi's poverty-stricken parents made a choice - they could no longer afford to send her to school.  Leaving school in tenth grade, Aarushi dearly wanted to give herself and her family a future, so when she heard about Restore India's tailoring course, she jumped at the opportunity. Over this past year, she has discovered a natural talent and has blossomed in ways that bring life and hope.  Her dream upon completion of this course is to hold an exhibition of her own clothing designs. Aarushi is one story of how the lives of many Indians of are being restored.

Restore India works in states across the north of India, amongst urban and rural poor communities. They currently work in seven cities, with the following types of projects:
  • Goat projects – herds for income generation and goat giving
  • Sewing classes and self-help-groups
  • Medical clinics, health education and nutritional supplement projects
  • Morningtown School
  • Education sponsorship projects
  • Literacy centres
  • Vocational training, eg. computer classes
Each of these projects represents an opportunity to impact lives and give hope for the future. One of the newer projects is the Delhi project centre which commenced in November 2011. It includes the nutrition supplement distribution, health and medical checks, literacy school, sewing centre and after school coaching for kids already in school. The project has been very well received by the community since the group that started it has already been building relationships in the community for some time.

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