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Since 1987, 783 women, 855 men, 250 boys, 208 girls have been to our NGO seeking for help, mostly were handed over by the local police and sadly the number every year is just increasing.

Our main goal is to reduce poverty and improving the economic conditions of underprivileged communities by providing education, training, and resources to help people become self-sufficient. As our NGO is treating psychiatric patients. We want to address health issues by providing medical services, education, and resources to improve the overall health and wellbeing of communities. This can include programs focused on preventing and treating diseases, promoting healthy behaviours, and addressing mental health concerns.

As education is topmost priority for our kids, we would like to provide education opportunities to underserved communities, including early childhood education, primary and secondary education, vocational training, and adult education. They can also address issues related to access to education, such as transportation and school supplies

As an NGO, Little Flower Mercy Home aspire to bring about positive change in the lives of the underprivileged and marginalized communities it serves:

Providing care and support to children in need: Little Flower Mercy Home aspire to provide care and support to children who have been orphaned, abandoned, or are in need of protection due to abuse or neglect. We work towards ensuring that these children have access to basic needs such as food, shelter, education, and healthcare, as well as emotional and psychological support to help them heal from past trauma.

Empowering women and girls: Little Flower Mercy Home aspire to empower women and girls by providing them with education, vocational training, and resources to help them become self-sufficient and improve their economic and social status. We are also working towards promoting gender equality and advocating for the rights of women and girls.

Promoting health and wellness: Little Flower Mercy Home aspire to promote health and wellness in the communities they serve by providing medical care, health education, and resources to prevent and treat illnesses. We are working towards addressing mental health issues and promoting healthy behaviours such as proper nutrition, hygiene, and physical activity.

Advocating for social justice and equality: Little Flower Mercy Home may aspire to advocate for social justice and equality by challenging discriminatory practices and addressing issues of systemic injustice and inequality. We are also working towards protecting the human rights of the communities they serve and advocating for policies and practices that ensure equal treatment and opportunities for all members of society.

In summary, Little Flower Mercy Home aspire to bring about positive change by providing care and support to children in need, empowering women and girls, promoting health and wellness, and advocating for social justice and equality.

Little Flower Mercy Home is a shelter for homeless children and a psycho-social rehabilitation and counselling centre. It started as a charity initiative with the couple Molly and Mathew on top of a hill in a small mud house in 1987. Over the years our house has grown to a community with more than 300 children and adults.

At Mercy Home we provide free shelter and rehabilitation services for the ones in need, empowering them to reintegrate into the society and to live a free and happy life. We offer housing, meals, counselling and spiritual guidance, medical treatment, access to education, skills training as well as cultural and recreational activities as a community.

Little Flower Mercy Home hosts 48 female patients and 130 males. All of them are mentally retarded and subject to psychiatric treatment. Some of them are confined to bed; others are able to help in the kitchen or with other simple works. Our current facilities offer only basic shelter and are not accessible for people with impairments, sleeping and living takes place in one big hall. In order to create a healthy environment where rehabilitation and personal growth is possible, we want to build a new house for our women with small dormitories and bathrooms, a room for recreational and occupational therapy, a kitchen with dining facilities, a room for medical treatments and consultations as well as a common room and an outside terrasse for social gathering.

The living-conditions in Mercy Home are of the simplest kind. In Mercy Home they have found peace and a new life - a life of understanding love, sharing and dignity.

In the past years more and more homeless kids were brought to Mercy Home. Some of them come out of broken or poverty-stricken families of the area. Others are the unwanted, uncared and fatherless children of beggars and prostitutes. Some of them are found neglected and meagre, begging in the bus- and train-stations of the surrounding towns. Today 36 boys and 31 girls in the age between 5 to 18 years found a new life in Mercy Home.

Mercy Home provides the children shelter and care, satisfies their most basic material and emotional needs and enables them to grow up in fullness. The smiles, the gratitude and the harmonious living-together are proofs of the great work that is performed here.

Organisers
Little Flower Mercy Home Welfare Association

Little Flower Mercy Home Welfare Association

Beneficiary Charity

Mathew Manuel

Mathew Manuel

Organiser

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