LittleBigHelp - India
LittleBigHelp is a Danish organisation which helps vulnerable children and women in India.
It has quickly managed to implement measures to help street children and families in the slums around Kolkata’s railway station. In recent years, the Kavli Trust has assisted 35 street boys with shelter, food and care. This assistance is now being extended to 35 homeless girls. These children can thereby influence their own future through their personal efforts. The hope is to avoid the next generation also growing up as street children.
More about this project
Empowering women in India
January 19, 2018
170 women will receive training in tailoring, beautician skills, cooking or making of jute products with the new partnership between LittleBigHelp and the Kavli Trust. Men will also be included in the program.Click to read more
Little Big News
June 08, 2016
Little Big Help works with vulnerable children in India, and is supported by the Kavli Trust. They sent us a lovely newsletter.Click to read more
A new life for underprivileged girls and women
November 14, 2014
LittleBigHelp is working to secure vulnerable children and women their basic rights through eight projects in West Bengal, India. The organisation now wants to expand their work and thus help even more vulnerable girls and women because in India they are often the ones who have the worst living conditions.Click to read more
Offers street boys in India shelter and a new chance
September 18, 2013
The Kavli Trust recently entered into collaboration with the organization LittleBigHelp and their project Open Shelter. Open Shelter is a temporary shelter for 25 boys who are living on the streets or on the railway tracks of Howrah Station, Kolkata India. Open Shelter aims to provide the street boys with protection, support, education, nutrition and basic medical care.Click to read more