About Worldchildren Welfare Trust India
- WWTI is a licensed NGO registered under Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950, Orphanages and other Charitable Homes (Supervision and Controls) Act, 1960 and Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act, 2000.
- Set up in 1984 to receive, shelter and rehabilitate orphaned, abandoned and destitute minors by way of adoption.
- First Children’s Home – Bal Anand commenced in 1984 with 8 children in residential care- now risen to 55 children.
- Additional centres, Bal Ashraya and Bal Uday Shishu Greh set up in Nagpur and Bhandara respectively. These centres provide a shelter to about 10 to 12 children.
- 33 special children of which 21 children are at Bal Anand and 12 at Umang.
- Professionally trained staff, volunteers and caretakers.
- An environment that provides the child warmth, care and material comforts of a home and family until an adopting family is found.
- Bal Anand has been delivering its mission through the love, support and funding from international and Indian bodies and several individual volunteers from across the world.
Special Needs Situation at WWTI (Worldchildren Welfare Trust India)
- Bal Anand houses special children also.
- Numbers growing but finding adoptive parents for these children is near impossible
- An entire floor dedicated for their care and development.
- 24×7 staff supervision with professionally trained personnel.
- Children schooling at special institutions – Sulabha School for Mentally Retarded and ADAPT – now known as National Resource Centre for Inclusion- India.
- In – house complementary therapy and education such as art and craft , yoga and dance.
- Capacity of Government run institutions presently the only alternative for special children is grossly inadequate.