Nasik, famous for its vineyards and temples which attract visitors from all over India, has a growing street children’s population. The city is situated about 200 miles east of Mumbai.
The ambitious Nasik project, Which ran from 2009 until 2016, was one of the premier child facilities in the area. The project was executed with the aid of generous grants from CRY UK, Southampton and Christian Cause, London.
The home contains spacious play areas, six bathrooms, offices, staff and guest quarters and a surrounding garden.
Read this short life changing story of two children at Nasik:
Rupali and Nakusha were born in the transient ‘Pardi’ community. When the girls were still toddlers, their father abandoned the family. The two sisters, aged three and six, soon started to make their living selling flowers near Andheri Station in Mumbai.