How We Work

The pain relif foundation believes that the sustainable development of disadvantaged communities can only be achieved if children’s best interests are kept at the heart of everything we do and if children themselves actively participate in the process. Child centered community development is the term we use to describe how we aim to do our development work. It is a rights based approach to development where we support communities to develop the structures and skills they need to provide a safe and healthy environment in which children are able to realise their full potential.

Our Approach

  • With an increased focus on child rights, we involve children as active participants in the development process.
  • In the past, our community development programmes benefited children, but we worked largely with the adult community members.
  • Now with an increased focus on child rights, we involve them as active participants in the development process.
  • As a result of the success of these changes, pain relif foundation shortly going to open many high school for giving education to poor and orphan child’s.
  • This integrates the more recently developed methods of working with children and our long experience of community development.

In The India

The pain relif foundation – india, Inc. has been raising funds and awareness for children in need around the world. However, this year (2016) we are going to work very hard we are going to open a high secondary school for poor and orphan child where needly and capable child can get education. The pain relif foundation has helped to raise hundreds of children since its inception in india. Currently, pain relif cares for seventy-five children and, in addition to our family homes.

  • The pain relif model of care was so successful in Lockport that less than 3 years later a second education center opened in india.
  • In the year of 2013 the pain relif foundation take a step forword for the victim of kedarnath floods relif,Kedarnath is a town located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and has gained importance because of Kedarnath Temple.
  • It is a nagar panchayat in Rudraprayag district. The most remote of the four Char Dham sites, Kedarnath is located in the Himalayas.
  • As rescuers battled rains to evacuate 3,000 more people was in disaster in which the death toll is likely to cross 5,000.
  • Our organization was raised an initiative to help kedarnath disaster victims.
  • An still we are ready to support if in future something will happend will defiantly looking to support furthur.

Child Rights

  • In India, many children experience various forms of violence, exploitation and abuse.
  • They are forced to work in intolerable conditions or trafficked into sexual trade.
  • Children are also subjected to corporal punishment at school and forced into child marriage.
  • A girl especially is more vulnerable to violence, exploitation and abuse.
  • The poor economic conditions of family households, cultural and social practices and prevalence of child marriage are the significant reasons for girls leaving school.
  • Early and the decline of their education, which in turn reduces opportunity. It can also lead to early pregnancy which is a substantial health risk.
  • The health of girls who are sexually exploited is also at high risk as they are more likely to contract life threatening diseases.
  • Children in such circumstances have their rights denied in the most fundamental way.

Pain relif and our partners work to create protective and supportive environments in which both girls and boys are safe from violence and exploitation, their rights are protected and each child has the opportunity to reach their full potential.