Rohi Foundation


Take steps to safeguard children from being placed in institutional care.

The primary goal of child protection efforts is to respond to instances of abuse and proactively mitigate the risks that lead to family separation. In 2018, Rohi Foundation was established to pioneer a novel program aimed at meeting the specific needs of vulnerable children and preventing their institutionalization.

This innovative initiative integrates a day-care centre for children with a family counselling service, designed to address a spectrum of issues such as addiction, domestic violence, and involvement in illegal activities. Rohi Foundation strives to break the detrimental cycle fueled by the interplay of education deficits, poverty, and social exclusion.

At the heart of this effort is the Rohi Foundation Outreach Centre, providing a secure haven for children where they can build self-confidence and access enhanced educational opportunities.


Rohi Foundation operates a secure and child-friendly day care centre. It prevents children from wandering in the streets after school, where they may be vulnerable to various forms of mistreatment. Daily tutoring and extracurricular activities are provided for children aged 3 to 18.

Our social officers closely collaborate with families and the community to identify beneficiaries. These children come from families facing destitution, with some in extremely dire situations.

Although most beneficiaries attend government schools, they are at a high risk of dropping out due to challenging social conditions such as the parents’ high illiteracy levels, extreme poverty, and lack of supervision. Many elder siblings have abandoned their education to support their families, some getting involved in illegal activities, further endangering their younger siblings.

Since its inception, the children have recognized the Rohi Foundation Centre as a secure haven where they feel comfortable and, consequently, are confident to attend regularly.


In Rohi Foundation, a group of social workers and teachers help children with their education. They make sure the kids go to school regularly and don’t drop out. We offer different classes throughout the year to support their learning:
Bridge Class: This class is for children who had to leave school or never went to school before. It helps them catch up with what they missed and get ready to go back to school.
Nursery Class: This class is for kids under seven years old. It helps them learn the basics before they start school.
Open Class: This class is open to any child who wants to join. We have two types of classes: one is for kids who can’t come regularly, and the other is a step towards the Intensive class.
Intensive Class: This class is for kids who are really motivated and show potential. Teachers pay close attention to their progress and help them with their studies, especially in English.
We believe English is important for social change in India. That’s why we also provide English lessons in a fun and inclusive way. Our goal is to make sure every child feels valued and enjoys learning!


Our team provides counselling, home visits, and help with legal paperwork for families. We believe that protecting and empowering children starts with their families. To prevent children from being sent to institutions or dropping out of school, our social workers work closely with families in the community. They identify families that need help with things like getting important documents, parenting, health, finding jobs, or making sure their kids go to school. Our team stays in touch with these families regularly. If a family is facing serious problems like feeling sad, violence at home, or dealing with addiction, we connect them with other organizations that specialize in helping with these issues.

We help families regain their strength so they can take better care of their children and provide a stable home environment.