Gift quality education to Narasimha by Christel House India

Gift quality education to Narasimha

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Coming from a family of domestic workers, Narasimha wants to become a Scientist!

Currently in Grade 8, Narasimha joined Christel House in 2011. He belongs to a family of seven. He has three older sisters and one older brother. Two of his older sisters discontinued their studies after grade 10 and are married now while his other siblings are currently studying at government institutions. His parents work as domestic helpers and struggle to provide for the family.

Narasimha lives with two of his siblings and his parents in an old sheet roofed house in the Akkiyappa Garden Slum in Bangalore.

Christel House works with over 24 slums in Bangalore where children from the most impoverished families are admitted into the school. Narasimha was found during one of the Community Outreach Programs conducted by the Social Services Department of Christel House in the Akkiyappa Garden Slum in Bangalore.

Narasimha is a quiet, well behaved and exceptionally clever boy. He performs well in class and is always enthusiastic about learning. His favorite subjects are Science and Math. Also, he is keenly interested in art and music. That being said, he is very good at painting and has been learning to play the mridangam and recorder at school. His ambition is to become a Scientist.

Narasimha will be with Christel House until he completes Grade 12 in the year 2024. Christel House's intervention in Narasimha's journey to breaking the cycle of poverty will not end there as the school will provide a scholarship to help him pursue a University Education while simultaneously providing him with career guidance and other related support. Christel House will ensure that he is gainfully employed based on his interests and qualification after completing his tertiary education.


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Christel House India
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Christel House India

If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime is the philosophy on which Christel House India operates. Their vision is to help the children break the shackles of poverty and make them independent and productive for the nation. Since no one chooses to be poor, Christel House is designed to transform the lives of these impoverished children.

After being a part of Christel House Learning Center, the outlook of the children coming from a weak financial background has completely changed; they are now more hygienic and enthusiastic about studies and excel not only in classroom studies but extra-curricular activities too. Christel House Learning Center is a place where children are not only fed, educated and given health care but values like respect, responsibility, integrity, a love for learning are inculcated in them to maximize their human potential.

They focus on the holistic development of the child so that they can live with dignity and pride. 879 Students (5 - 18 years) are receiving free of cost quality education, medical care, and nutrition in Christel House Learning Centre as of now.

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Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Jaison C. Mathew

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Primary Education | education

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Christel House India has

provided quality education, school supplies and healthcare to 874 children

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Periodic Compliance Checks by GiveIndia

December 2018

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5 August, 2020

Educating the bright young minds


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Educating the bright young minds

We conducted an educational trip to Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium. Students were taken on for this educational trip on 26th February, 2020. Students were shown the arrangement of planets, position of stars and other interesting facts about the galaxy along with the mythological story related to astrology. They were informed about the latest developments in the field of astrophysics and India’s recent contribution to the same. The trip proved to be an enjoyable learning experience for the students.
Vermicomposting Project by students- As part of Eco club activity, the students initiated the vermicomposting project in October 2019. The project was completed in February 2020 and the compost was transferred to the pots in the campus.