Projects we support in India

  • Child Transformation (Parivarthana)

    Anglican Aid's partner, Transformation International (Parivarthana means 'transformation' in Kannada), works through local pastors in isolated rural areas in Southern India. They provide support and education for orphaned and vulnerable children and empower poor families through helping them establish micro-enterprises to increase their income security.

  • Read Bangalore Women’s Safe House

    Bangalore Women’s Safe House

    Around 70% of women in India are victims of some form of domestic violence according to Renuka Chowdhury, former Union minister for Women and Child Development. Tasalli (a Hindi word meaning comfort or shelter), also known as the Bangalore Women's Safe House, is assisting women in India by providing proficient services to protect women subjected to violence and abuse.

  • Read St Andrew’s School

    St Andrew’s School

    St Andrew’s School is situated in Hyderabad, India. It is in the midst of slums within the centre of the city where there is an average of 11 people living in a 1 to 2 room dwelling.

  • Read Eye Openers

    Eye Openers

    The Eye Openers Opthalmology Program aims to improve the health and livelihood of poor village people in India. The purpose is to improve the sight of people surgically and with eye drops and spectacles and to promote their independence.

  • Read Anugrah Disabilities

    Anugrah Disabilities

    This program aims to improve intervention for children with disabilities, to carry out rehabilitation and education and to encourage inclusion in the community of people with disabilities.