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Archives: Testimonials

  • Mrs. Samta

    Mrs. Samta

    Khushi project implemented by CARE India in 3 blocks of Chittorgarh has positively impacted lives of marginalized community. CARE India has done notable work in improving health & nutrition of children by implementing innovative programs like Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition in 3 blocks of Chittorgarh. We look forward to work in partnership with CAR... Read More

  • Mr. C.P. Goswami

    Mr. C.P. Goswami

    Under CARE India's Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition program implemented to address malnutrition frontline workers did a door to door survey of children and anthropometric measurements of 0-5 years of children. Total 395 children were identified and enrolled in the program. After the treatment 82% of children moved out from SAM successfully. Health d... Read More

  • Sridhar NE

    Sridhar NE

    CARE India and Titan co-created the Kanya Sampoorna project being implemented in Katturmanarkovil, Cuddalore district. The said project, was initiated three years back, focuses on Health, Education and Livelihoods with a special focus on the Girl Child. The project reach is over 75,000 women and children in five years. CARE India was one of the few organizations willi... Read More

  • Vijay Kumar Singh

    Vijay Kumar Singh

    PI Foundation which is a Corporate Social Responsibility wing of PI Industries Limited has been working with CARE India on Women Empowerment programme aimed at “ Entrepreneurship Development and Skill Enhancement” of underprivileged women of the self-help groups by access to finances, resources, opportunities and strengthening of traditional livelihood opportuniti... Read More

  • Saraswati Rayar

    Saraswati Rayar

    'Although a couple of oganisations came to distribute relief material, we were not able to access it as we were left behind due to old age. CARE India identified us and came to our doorstep to distribure relief kits. We felt that there is more than enough for us to survive in this difficult situation and were extremely happy that someone thought about us.' Read More

  • Shapath Parikh

    Shapath Parikh

    I am a regular supporter of CARE India. When Nepal tragedy happened, I was looking to help the people of Nepal, and saw this appeal on Start Plus. I felt proud of the organization in supporting them in doing such a great service there. I congratulate CARE India team for doing fantastic relief work in Nepal. Keep up the good work! Read More

  • Haleema


    Ever since I can remember, I was denied an education because I was handicapped. But, through CARE’s accelerated learning programme at KGBV, I completed primary education in six months, graduated class XII in 2014, and am now studying law. Today I am respected for my willpower, and have a dream of becoming a lawyer”. She practices writing with her foot at home. Un... Read More

  • A. Lawrence

    A. Lawrence

    Our partnership with CARE India started way back during the Tsunami Rehabilitation program days in 2006. REAL implemented a number of innovative livelihood initiatives such as the ‘goat bank’,social security initiatives enabling access to micro insurance and micro pension for the poor and marginalized households, the ‘Banking on Change’ program that provided a... Read More

  • C.C. Jeevanandham

    C.C. Jeevanandham

    I have been able to learnnew systems, and was trained to act as a fruitful social worker for the communities on behalf of the National Mother and Child welfare Organisation. Read More

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