Orphanage children project

Amity supports and addresses the needs of physically and/or mentally handicapped orphans living in social welfare institutes. We seek to improve the overall quality of life and social standards for these orphanage children. To do so we are providing them with comprehensive and specialized care in physical therapy and rehabilitation. Furthermore, we are surrounding them with the love and the care that all children deserve. This program has specifically provided training and professional development for institute staff and foster families on care for disabled children. It provides funding and opportunities for orphanage children to receive higher education. We also promote and establish Family Resource Centers in some of the foster care communities to support foster families.  Overall, we are engaged in community outreach to promote rights for children.