We have built the largest centre for naturally challenged children in Kutch. We also have satellite centres that outreach to local villages in Kutch to educate children with learning disabilities via mobile classrooms covering 8-9 Talukas (districts).

Year Setup



Madhapar, Bhuj, Gujarat

No. of Children Impacted

Over 1200


Primary / Secondary / Vocational Training / Residential Hostel / Healthcare

Local Partners

Shree Navchetan Andhjan Mandal

Prior to Our Involvement

An earthquake in 2001 affected Gujarat, causing devastating damage to the previous school.

Our Impact

We built a new bigger centre with a hostel for 200 boys, a school, a braille library, a medical centre and a physiotherapy room. There is also another campus for 160 girls. CARE focuses to teach children basic hygiene and life skills to provide them with an integrated education and care.

We provide ongoing support to this centre and support ongoing initiatives to ensure all students are provided with the best facilities and opportunities.

We are providing vocational training to disabled children under the department of Industrial training centre and Viklang Kanya Kunj:

1. Industrial Training Centre: Disabled Girls are benefited by two trades i.e. Computer Operator & Cutting and Tailoring. We trained the 29 disabled girls in sewing class and 23 disabled girls in Computer Operator for their empowerment.

2. Udhyog Class At Viklang Kanya Kunj: Under Inclusive Primary School, Our Udhyog Teacher provides training to disabled girls in different field i.e. Mud work, Sewing Class, Rakhi Making, Greeting Card, Bharat Guthan, Painting, Music class, computer class and Cooking class specially for blind and. Presently 56 girls are benefited by this unit.

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“We were very impressed with the way they accommodate for individuals with various types of disabilities and abilities with a barrier-free environment which enables the students to move around independently and freely without assistance. It was an amazing experience and has taught us a lot, not just about how talented and special these children are but also about the way they appreciate even the smallest things that we take for granted every day. We enjoyed every moment of our trip and would definitely visit again and encourage others to do the same too because it was a wonderful opportunity and experience with lots to learn from.”

Janvi & Bhavik