Going to bed with a dream and waking up with a purpose – this is basically how the kids here at NELE live their lives. Every day is a challenge for every kid and their mentors but what is important is that they are thought how to make the best of everyday. This is how they kids spend their day:
|6:30 to 7:30||Study|
|7:30 to 8:30||Cleaning and Bath|
|9:00||Go to School|
|4:30||Coming Back Home|
|5:00||Snacks and Milk drink|
|5:30 to 6:30||Shaka and Tuitions (Some students)|
|6:30 to 6 :50||Bhajan|
|7:00 to 8:30||Study, Tuition, Home Work|
|9:00 to 10||Study and aowpacharik|
WHY WAS NELE STARTED and WHAT IT DOES?
NELE has been a ray of hope to many young lives since 2000. It rehabilitates destitute children such as rag-picker, beggar, orphans, any other needy and neglected. It has touched many hearts and changed many lives. The road travelled by NELE has seen many success stories. It has made them self-reliant. The future plan of NELE is to empower thousands of children who are on the streets and who otherwise may end up anti-social elements.
NELE not only rehabilitates underprivileged children, but also conducts different community oriented projects in the locality. NELE has setup a vocational training center empowering women and youth neighborhood.
“Hope is being able to see that is light despite all the darkness. So come together and join hands with us to be the light during the dark hours of hundreds of such children. After all, the sun has to rise after every dark night.”