Ayude has consciously opted for the place financing formula (and therefore not for individual financial adoption or sponsorships). In this way the sponsor / donor finances and supports a place for a child in a specific project. After all, we would like every child from the projects to be treated in the same way. Moreover, if a specific child disappears from a project, for example due to the relocation of the parents or guardian, the place of this child is immediately filled by one of the many children on our waiting lists.
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Ayude is committed as much as possible to offer street children a hopeful future. We try to improve the poverty and the appalling living conditions of the children and their families by providing care and assistance in various ways. When you click on a topic in the list above, you will learn more about how we work in each target area.
Ayude is committed to offering a hopeful future to as many street children as possible. We try to improve the poverty and the appalling living conditions of children and families through care and assistance in the following way:
Providing micro-credits to “taxi companies” with railroad cars, hair salons, tailors, soap makers, garbage recycling, handicraft, cut and seam. The parents and young graduates are then actively and permanently involved in the projects.
Ayude also occasionally provides assistance with natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes. The first priority in these cases is to provide the affected areas with potable water and food. At a later stage, help is also given in the reconstruction of the houses, schools, etc. Fathers of children from the programs, otherwise partially or completely unemployed without benefits, actively participate in the construction of “houses” and the construction of streets. Numerous testimonies of responsible parenting, restored marriages and reunited families have been reaching us for many years, with the result very often community gatherings and parent associations.
In addition to the professional care providers, it is not uncommon for the mothers who, as “first-line volunteers”, actively participate in the implementation of the programs and the guidance of the children and their families. They prepare meals, help with medical assignments, receive and teach in food safety, hygiene and family planning (according to the so-called “train the trainer” principle) and often act as project coordinators. In India we have set up an education project especially for girls because in this country they are still not treated equally in terms of education in many of the cases.