India

Growth 1993 – 2019

  • 38

    Farmland Tons of Produce

  • 620

    Child Labor Victims Rescued

  • 807

    Orphans Cared For

Our farmland in South India serves as a funding multiplier for our programs, reaching vulnerable children such as orphans, trafficking survivors, and child labor victims. The farmland started as a water buffalo dairy farm— that’s why we have a water buffalo in our logo! However, today the farmland focuses on a lentils crop, along with a vegetable garden and small-scale banana grove on campus at our girls home and boys home facilities. This helps to ensure that our orphans are getting the nutrition they deserve. The campus includes our own accredited primary school which exists both for our resident orphans and at-risk day students. The school equips them with a solid educational foundation to serve their bright futures.

Read recent stories of impact from our India programs: