Support the food of an orphan tribal girl child by Voluntary Health Association of Tripura

Support the food of an orphan tribal girl child


Sampili does not let her broken family stop her from growing

Sampili Debbarma is a young girl from a tribal family in Tripura.

Her father raped and killed his step mother and was imprisoned with a lifetime sentence. Her mother started to work as a daily wage labourer to earn money for her three daughters.

As her oldest daughter Sampili began to grow, she felt unsafe to leave her at home and go for work all day. So she called a helpline called CHILDLINE that was set up by the Voluntary Health Association of Tripura. They led her to Anwesha Child Protection Centre, a need-based home for marginalized children.

The home enrolled Sampili in school, which she attends regularly. They have been looking after her education, nutrition and vocational training since.

Children like Sampili need all the support they can get. Providing these children with food and nutrition helps them lead healthy lives. If they can focus on their education, they can become more than the difficult past of their families.

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While implementing the CHILDLINE Project, Voluntary Health Association of Tripura realized that childhood facilities for marginalized children are very inadequate and so Anwesha Child Protection Centre (ACPC) was initiated a need-based Home.

It was set up for children who were orphaned, runaway, abandoned, victims of violence, and rejected by parents. ACPC is a home where every child has a history of repression, deprivation, and abuses. VHAT provides the children shelter, education, medical support, and vocational training. The children are enrolled in the Government Schools outside the home. Additional coaching to help them cope is given. They are given balanced nutrition includes rice, dal, egg, fish chicken, milk, vegetables, banana/other seasonal fruits, snacks etc.

With balanced food, care and guidance the girls concentrate on their education. When you donate to this program, you can see a child like Sampili grow up healthy and happy through her childhood.

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Voluntary Health Association of Tripura
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Voluntary Health Association of Tripura

VHAT started as a state-level network of NGOs within the state of Tripura with the aim to build the capacity of the member organizations as well as the different sectors of the society. In 2015-2016 Mr.Benudhar Acharya was the President of VHAT. He is working as an Officer in State Bank of India. But since his student life, he has had a great interest in the welfare activities.

He formed an organization named Bodhan Social Welfare Organization in his hometown Kowhai. The organization has been working for the promotion of health and environment status, primary education, empowerment of the downtrodden, gender equity and promotion of care and support for the children in need. VHAT initiated their Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Programme for the Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in a few blocks of west and south districts of Tripura in 2007.

Anwesha Child Protection Centre (ACPC) was registered under the Juvenile Justice Act on August 1, 2011. They work to achieve the goal of making health a reality for the people of Tripura.

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Founded in 1991
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Sreelekha Ray

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